Sandy Alcantara’s struggles continue as the Giants lead the Marlins

Freshman Casey Schmitt capped a three-run sixth inning with an RBI single and the San Francisco Giants continued reigning Cy Young Award winner Sandy Alcantara’s disappointing season with a 4-3 road victory. Miami Marlins Friday night

Mitch Haniger singled, doubled, drove in a run and scored another They are giantswho won their fourth in a row

Trying to win for the first time since April 4, Alcantara (1-5) took a 2-1 lead into the sixth, but hurt his own cause by walking LaMonte Wade Jr. before dropping Thairo Estrada’s infield single to runners moved to sixth. second and third.

JD Davis and Michael Conforto’s sacrifice flies tied the game and gave him the win They are giants 3-2 lead before Haniger singled and Mike Yastrzemski walked to set up Schmitt’s run-scoring hit

THE Marlins One of the runs scored in the eighth on a solo home run by Bryan De La Cruz, his fifth of the season

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But Tyler Rogers came on for his older brother Taylor and Jon Berti popped up to end the eighth before going 1-2-3 with two strikeouts for his second save.

De La Cruz hit a two-run double earlier in the sixth to give Miami a 2-1 lead. The runs were scored on a walk by Jorge Soler and a double by Luis Arraez.

Haniger’s double produced the They are giants‘ first run in the fourth

Alcantara took the loss, allowing four runs and five hits in 5 2/3 innings. He walked three times and struck out five.

They are giants Starter Anthony DeSclafani received a no-decision after pitching the first 5 1/3 innings, giving up two runs and five hits. He walked two and struck out six

Scott Alexander (4-0), who after a double by De La Cruz, prevented further damage in the sixth by getting the final two outs of the inning, was credited with the win.

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Arraez had three hits, including a double Marlinswho knocks out the They are giants 6-5

— Field Level Media