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“I had a hard time with my grip here and in Los Angeles,” Teheran said. “I was trying to find a way to get through it. It’s not an excuse. It’s this type of weather. I had a hard time.”
Hunter Pence, Michael Morse and Brandon Crawford homered, and Gregor Blanco accomplished a rare feat on the bases as the Giants continued to dominate the matchup of NL division leaders. San Francisco finished 5-1 against Atlanta this season.
The scoring surge gave Madison Bumgarner (5-3) more than enough room for error against a Braves offense that started out strong. Bumgarner allowed four runs and five hits in five innings, striking out five and walking one. Three relievers kept the Braves scoreless over the final four innings.
“They just kept coming. They kept tacking on runs,” Braves third baseman Chris Johnson said. “They’re a good team. The pitching staff is good. It’s deep and offensively top to bottom is good.”
The Giants totaled 15 hits and six walks in an all-around display of offense.
Freddie Freeman and Johnson hit RBI doubles to give the Braves a 2-0 lead in the first. The Giants responded in the bottom half, scoring three runs, sending nine batters to the plate and forcing Teheran to throw 41 pitches.
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