Up to this point, the San Francisco Giants have had a week to remember.
It began on Monday when they traveled to the South Side of Chicago to play the Chicago White Sox.
In that game, which happened to be the home opener for the South Siders, the Giants busted out the lumber and hit a total of seven home runs.
The power was once again on display in the series finale.
San Francisco won on Thursday by a final of 16-6 and upped their home run total for the series to 13.
On Twitter, MLB Now took note of this fact and posted it.
The @SFGiants hit 13 HR in a 3-game series 🤯 pic.twitter.com/aK8KUuB8Qn
— MLB Now (@MLBNow) April 6, 2023
San Francisco certainly had their power on full display as they stuck it to the White Sox.
The Giants ultimately won two out of three over the South Siders and improved their record to 3-3 on the season.
They sit a game-and-a-half behind the first-place Los Angeles Dodgers and are tied for second place with the Arizona Diamondbacks.
The Giants also scored eight runs off of White Sox starter Lance Lynn.
Five home runs were hit on Thursday.
Wilmer Flores, Michael Conforto, Mike Yastrzemski, J.D. Davis, and Blake Sabol supplied the power.
Sabol’s home run was the first of his career, and Davis’ blast was a grand slam.
The Giants now return home for a rematch of the 2014 World Series with the Kansas City Royals.
Friday will be the Giants home opener.
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