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  • Jan 10
    For the second night in a
    row Russell
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    , a young San Francisco pitcher shut down the
    Arizona Diamondbacks.





    This time, Dereck Rodriguez blanked them into the seventh inning and the
    Giants made it two straight wins in Arizona with a 7-0 victory Saturday.



    Rodriguez’s performance came a night after Andrew Suarez allowed one run in
    six innings during San Francisco’s 2-1 series-opening victory. The NL
    West-leading Diamondbacks have managed just one run in the last 18 innings.





    ”It’s big,” Rodriguez said. ”They’re leading our division and we come in and
    shut them down. That’s big for our team and our pitching staff, gives us some
    momentum.”



    Brandon Crawford, Andrew McCutchen and Joe Panik homered on another rough
    night for Shelby Miller, who struggled in his second start since returning from
    Tommy John surgery.



    Panik’s homer, off reliever Jimmie Sherfy in the eighth, was his first since
    April 3, a span of 162 at-bats.



    Ty Blach and Cory Gearrin completed San Francisco’s 10th shutout of the
    season.



    ”Overall just a well-played game,” Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. ”We got
    the hits, the runs to give us a cushion there and what a job Rodriguez did. He
    followed up a great start. He’s been throwing the ball terrific.”



    The Giants have won nine of 11 to pull into a tie with the Los Angeles
    Dodgers for second in the NL West, 3 1/2 games behind the first-place
    Diamondbacks. San Francisco can complete a three-game road sweep on Sunday.



    Since returning from an 8-2 trip, the Diamondbacks have dropped two to the
    Giants by a combined score of 9-1.



    ”An unfortunate offensive night for us once again,” manager Torey Lovullo
    said. ”We didn’t build as big of innings as last night but we had a couple
    opportunities and we really couldn’t cash in.”



    Rodriguez (3-1), the son of Hall of Fame catcher Ivan ”Pudge” Rodriguez,
    dominated in his sixth major league start. He allowed six hits in 6 1/3 innings,
    struck out five and walked two. In his last two starts, the 26-year-old
    right-hander has given up one run in 13 1/3 innings.



    Miller (0-2) was tagged for six runs and seven hits in five innings. He
    struck out six and walked one, throwing 96 pitches. In his debut Monday night at
    Miami, Miller gave up five runs and six hits in 3 2/3 innings of a 9-5 loss to
    the Marlins.



    Miller said he is past being satisfied with getting through an outing
    healthy.



    ”We are getting close to the All-Star break and we are playing division teams
    that are right behind us trying to get first place away from us and I am going
    out there and not pitching well,” he said. ”That is more what I am upset about.
    I am not really focused on the little positives that I can take from coming back
    from a major
    surgery Phillip
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    , which is a pretty big deal, but it is getting
    at that point in the season where we have to win ballgames, and every single one
    that we can.”



    Crawford and McCutchen each had a solo home run off Miller – Crawford in the
    second and McCutchen in the fourth.



    Arizona’s real trouble came in San Francisco’s four-run third, which included
    five singles. One of them, a dribbler up the middle by Pablo Sandoval, drove in
    two runs. Crawford walked with the bases loaded to bring in another run.



    ROTATION QUESTIONS



    With right-handers Johnny Cueto and Jeff Samardzija due back from the
    disabled list soon, there might not be room for Rodriguez and/or Suarez in the
    rotation.



    ”We want our guys back but at the same time when they’re throwing like this
    it does give you the luxury of making sure your guys are ready,” Bochy said.
    ”Depth is going to be so important. We’re at the halfway point. You never know
    what can happen and it’s been great the way Suarez and Rodriguez have come up
    here and handled themselves.”



    TRAINER’S ROOM



    Giants: Cueto (right elbow sprain) threw four scoreless innings Friday night
    in his second rehab appearance for Triple-A Sacramento. He allowed four hits,
    struck out six and walked one.



    Diamondbacks: INF Ketel Marte left with a right leg injury after beating out
    an infield single leading off the seventh. He was able to walk off under his own
    power. Lovullo said afterward it was a cramp and Marte is day to day. … CF A.J.
    Pollock (broken left thumb) went 0 for 4 with Triple-A Reno in his first rehab
    game Friday night.



    UP NEXT



    Left-hander Derek Holland (5-7, 4.24 ERA) starts for the Giants in their bid
    for a three-game sweep. RHP Zack Godley (9-5, 4.58) goes for Arizona.







    Long after the Detroit Tigers broke the game open, JaCoby Jones made the play
    of the day.



    Maybe even the play of the year in the Comerica Park outfield.



    Jones’ twisting, backhanded catch in the sixth inning took a home run away
    from Adrian Beltre in Detroit’s 7-2 victory over the Texas Rangers on
    Saturday.





    The Tigers scored all their runs in the first, chasing Cole Hamels before
    that inning was over. It was still 7-0 when Jones made his spectacular catch in
    left-center field.



    Beltre’s drive was headed toward the Texas bullpen, but Jones came over from
    center and jumped, reaching over the wall with his left hand and backhanding the
    ball. Jones’ momentum spun him around a bit, and he fell forward onto the
    ground, holding on for the out.



    ”You have to time it,” Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire said. ”As you saw, his
    whole arm went over the fence, and he snagged it behind. It’s a timing
    thing Marshall
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    , and you have to be athletic to be able to do
    some of those things.”



    Jones did not stay in the clubhouse to talk to reporters afterward.



    Hamels (4-8) retired only two batters for the Rangers in his shortest start
    since 2010.



    Mike Fiers (6-5) allowed a run and five hits in six innings. He struck out
    six with one walk.



    Rougned Odor hit a solo homer for Texas immediately after Beltre was robbed
    by Jones. Shin-Soo Choo doubled twice for the Rangers to extend his on-base
    streak to 46 games, tying Julio Franco’s club record set in 1993.



    Niko Goodrum had four hits for the Tigers.



    Nicholas Castellanos opened the scoring with a solo homer with one out in the
    first. John Hicks added an RBI single, and Jose Iglesias hit an infield single
    with two outs and the bases loaded to make it 3-0.



    Hamels still would have made it out of the inning, but center fielder Delino
    DeShields misplayed a line drive by Jones for an error , allowing three more
    runs to score.



    ”It just knuckled on me,” DeShields said. ”I was trying to stay with it, but
    it swerved on me at the last second. It’s frustrating, because you are doing
    everything you can to make the play, but he hit it right on the screws and right
    at me, and that’s when a ball will take off on you.”



    Mikie Mahtook followed with an RBI double, and Hamels was replaced after
    allowing five hits, two walks and three earned runs. He threw 41 pitches.



    LOOKING BACK



    It was the shortest start for Hamels since June 1, 2010, when he also lasted
    two-thirds of an inning for Philadelphia at Atlanta. That start was shortened
    because of a rain delay.



    Hamels had gone at least five innings in each of his first 17 starts this
    year.



    ”By the time he gave up the double, he was pushing 40 pitches, and that’s my
    limit,” Texas manager Jeff Banister said. ”Once you get to 40 in one inning, you
    are pitching fatigued, and it is too much of a risk to leave him out there. I’m
    not going to do that to one of my pitchers.”



    ON A ROLL



    Goodrum had his second four-hit game in a week. He also went 4 for 4 at
    Toronto on July 1.



    He’s hitting .464 (13 for 28) over his last seven games.



    ”I didn’t know that,” he said. ”The only stats I can see is what they show on
    the board of everyone.”



    TRAINER’S ROOM



    Rangers: SS Elvis Andrus appeared to foul a pitch off his left leg in the
    fifth but remained in the game. He was taken out in the eighth.



    UP NEXT



    Michael Fulmer (3-7) takes the mound for Detroit against Austin Bibens-Dirkx
    (1-2) in the series finale Sunday.