PITTSBURGH — Buster Posey tagged Starling Marte and headed to a cave to ready for additional innings.
The San Francisco catcher finished adult going true to a hall after a tarnishing Giants were dismantled by a nifty slip and a steadfast eye in a sky.
Marte was called out, afterwards ruled protected on a replay examination with dual outs in a bottom of a ninth inning, lifting a Pittsburgh Pirates to a 2-1 feat Tuesday night to finish San Francisco’s six-game winning streak.
It was 1-all when Marte tripled off a wall in right margin off Tim Hudson. Marte slid into third, got adult and bolted home when a send from second baseman Ehire Adrianza skipped by third baseman Pablo Sandoval.
Sandoval recovered to chuck home and image referee Quinn Wolcott primarily ruled Marte out. A brief examination showed Marte’s right palm overwhelmed a image before Posey was means to appropriate Marte’s chest.
“Looking during it, it was unequivocally close,” Posey said. “I feel like many of a plays like this that could go possibly approach stay a approach they were called on a field. we don’t know if they (the umpires) had a opposite angle than what we saw though we don’t consider so.”
San Francisco manager Bruce Bochy placed some of a censure on Adrianza’s luckless preference to try and get Marte during third.
“We done a mistake there,” Bochy said. “It’s a tough call for a send male given your instinct is to circle and chuck though with dual outs it’s a dangerous play.”
One that busted an differently fantastic night by Hudson (4-2). The 38-year-old’s bid for his initial start of 9 innings in scarcely dual years finished with his second detriment of a season. He was dictatorial until Marte’s wilful swing. Hudson authorised dual runs and 5 hits in 8 2-3 innings, distinguished out 5 and walking one as his ERA dipped to 2.15.
“He had unimaginable game,” Bochy pronounced of Hudson. “Two outs, dual strikes in a ninth inning, it’s a tough detriment for him. He pitched his heart out.”
Yet Hudson authorised he left a round adult over a image to Marte. One of baseball’s fastest players sprinted 270 feet and popped adult when Pirates third bottom manager Nick Leyva told him to take off for home after a round skipped past Sandoval, whose left palm was inadvertently kicked by Marte.
“I unequivocally consider he would have been out if we would have been means to locate a ball,” Sandoval said. “He didn’t do it on purpose and it’s a bad mangle for us.”
Tony Watson (3-0) worked around dual singles in a ninth to collect adult a win. Marte scored both Pittsburgh runs and Ike Davis combined dual hits.
Pittsburgh starter Charlie Morton pitched 8 innings, giving adult one unmerited run and 3 hits, walking dual and distinguished out three.
Both teams were looking for length out of their starters after a 5-hour, 13-inning marathon on Monday night won by a Giants 11-10 left a bullpens taxed.
Going low into games hasn’t been a problem for Hudson, who worked with his standard potency while giving a relievers some indispensable down time.
Hudson has thrown during slightest 7 innings in all 7 of his starts this season. He had small difficulty removing by 8 innings, gripping a Pirates off-balance with his typically exquisite control.
Marte reached on an infield singular with one out in a second and changed to third on a singular usually inside a initial bottom bag by Davis before scoring on a groundout by Tony Sanchez.
San Francisco’s usually run came in a second as Sanchez’s throwing issues from behind a image resurfaced.
Brandon Belt strike a leadoff single, stole second and changed to third when Sanchez’s chuck sailed into shoal core field. Belt scored on Adrianza’s scapegoat fly.
NOTES: The Giants called adult RHP reliever George Kontos from Triple-A Fresno on Tuesday and sent Jake Dunning behind to a minors. Kontos had a 4.91 ERA in 18 1-3 innings in Fresno. … San Francisco LHP reliever David Huff, on a DL given Apr 21 with a stretched left quad, could start a rehab assignment during Triple- A Fresno on Thursday. Huff threw 70 pitches in a bullpen event on Monday but any setbacks. … The array concludes Wednesday. Tim Lincecum (2-1, 5.12 ERA) starts for a Giants opposite Gerrit Cole (2-2, 3.69).