Giants lose Yastrzemski, Anderson early, roar back to sweep Mariners, climb above .500 – HEDGE accordingly

SAN FRANCISCO — In the last seven days, the San Francisco Giants have faced more adversity than they expected to see over the entirety of a condensed 60-game season.They endured a COVID-19 scare in San Diego, escaped smoky air in Seattle and sat dormant in hotel rooms along the west coast waiting to be told when and where they’d play again.After losing their top outfielder and their starting pitcher in the first three innings of Thursday’s series finale against the Seattle Mariners, it wouldn’t have been a surprise to see an exhausted club turn in a listless performance.As the Giants proved in…

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