The San Francisco Giants and Detroit Tigers continue an exciting interleague series Saturday night at Comerica Park

San Francisco Giants at Detroit Tigers

Detroit Tigers SP Max Scherzer is 5-1 with a 3.13 ERA at home this season

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The Florida Marlins aim for a three-game series sweep on the road this afternoon over the San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park

Florida Marlins at San Francisco Giants

San Francisco catcher Buster Posey was injured in last night's collision at home plate

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Two teams that would be in the playoffs if the season ended today face off in the second game of a four-game weekend series in Atlanta.

San Francisco Giants at Atlanta Braves

San Francisco entered this four-game series winning 21 of their last 27 games since July 4, but fell 3-2 in defeat in the opener at Turner Field.  The Giants have now dropped back-to-back games for the first time since July 1-2.  “We’ve won these kind of games.  Look at the Dodgers series,” manager Bruce Bochy said after the game.  The club has a good chance of bouncing back over the weekend, given its 6-0-2 series record in their last eight sets.  San Francisco is 37-33 this season against teams with a record above .500, while going 25-14 versus losing teams.  The Giants are 29-28 on the road this season (+120) and the total is 31-25 O/U in those contests.  The team is 46-35 when facing right-handed starters in 2010 (+780) and a solid 166-147 in this situation over the last three seasons (+2,580).  San Francisco hasn’t dropped three in a row since a season-high, seven-game skid from June 26-July 2.

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The Giants are falling fast in the NL West standings and are hoping their ace can stop the slide.

San Francisco Giants at Colorado Rockies

San Francisco is praying that its two-time Cy Young Award winner can jumpstart the club, as the team has lost a season-high six games.  The bullpen also needs an extended start by the rotation, as the unit has pitched 40.1 of the club’s last 96 innings.  “We can use an extra arm right now,” manager Bruce Bochy said.  The Giants have had all kinds of trouble against division opponents, producing a 8-18 versus the NL West (-1,400).  Tonight will be San Francisco’s second game of an 11-game, three-city trip, as the team has posted a 15-21 mark away from AT&T Park (-720).  The lineup has scored three runs-or-fewer in 36 of its 78 games this year, but there are still seven other teams in that National League that have had more games in the category.

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