Giants seek four in a row

May 25, 2014 18:58:54 UK

Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner.

The San Francisco Giants will look to sweep their series with the visiting Minnesota Twins on Sunday when the two sides play their finale at AT & T Park.

Giants ace Madison Bumgarner heads to the mound for the hosts in the third-game between the two sides. The Twins are scheduled to counter with Ricky Nolasco as Minnesota looks to pick up something from their visit after taking both games from the Padres at Petco Park in San Diego earlier in the week.

Saturday Ryan Vogelsong (3-2) struck out seven to secure the victory allowing no runs on three hits and a walk over 6 2-3 innings in the 2-1 triumph. Juan Gutierrez, Jeremy Affeldt and Sergio Romo then closed out proceedings for a San Francisco side that somewhat surprisingly finds itself with the best record in all of baseball.

Monday the Chicago Cubs arrive in town for the first of three as the Giants look to increase their four game lead over the Colorado Rockies in the Division. It’s then off to St. Louis and Cincinnati for San Francisco. Meanwhile the Twins return home to host the Texas Rangers before leaving on their travels once more.

Down in San Diego the Padres continue their series with the Cubs and will look to gain a four-game split after losing two of the first three. Ian Kennedy and Jason Hammel get the call for San Diego and Chicago respectively before the Cubs head up the west coast.

The Giants areĀ 12.00 to win the World Series and the Padres can be backed at 151.00.

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