Sunday, May 13, 2007

Rookie Lewis Does It All

Who knew what the Giants were getting when they called up prospect Fred Lewis, who was batting .263 with 4 HR, 15 RBI, and 7 SB in Triple-A Fresno. Lewis doubled in the first inning of the game. He then struck out in the second, but came back and hit his first career homerun, a three run homer in the fourth. He then tripled in the fifth and to finish it off, hit a single to lead off the seventh for the 24th cycle in franchise history. The Giants were able to collect 22 hits total, and beat the Rockies 15-2, improving to 19-18. The Giants have a day off Monday, but then travel to Houston for a three game series.


Anonymous said...

Hopefully he will be a All Star Player

Anonymous said...

No he doesn't have it wrong. If your natural rival is Boston (Atlanta's) or the Royals (Cardinal's), then it is not fair. Interleague was supposed to be a fun part of the schedule, not something that disadvantages some teams in certain years. It should be one division versus another division. That way your division plays the same talent.