The Giants are trying to rebound against the Padres

Left-hander Kyle Harrison gets a chance to avenge his only career defeat when he and San Francisco Giants Host opposition San Diego Padres On Friday night.

After the pitching staff of Logan Webb and Yu Darvish squared off in a pitchers' duel over five rounds on Thursday, Padres He torched the San Francisco bullpen for four runs in the bottom of the seventh and held on for a 6-4 win in San Diego's home opener.

Jake Cronenworth got a big hit for PadresA double in the seventh inning turned a one-run lead into a 6-3 advantage.

Harrison is scheduled to start a day after Webb held a race Padres To just two runs and five hits in six innings. Harrison, 22, made his major league debut last August and wound up logging seven games with San Francisco. He went 1-1 with a 4.15 ERA and 35 strikeouts in 34 2/3 innings.

His only loss came in San Diego on September 2, when he allowed six runs on six hits in 5 2/3 innings during a 6-1 defeat.

Juan Soto, Xander Bogaerts, Gary Sanchez and Jarrett Cooper were all out for Harrison in his only start against San Diego. He surrendered a total of just four homers in his other six starts, and finished the season with five hitless innings in a no-decision against the Los Angeles Dodgers.

the Giants He had his only homer in Thursday's game, but it didn't come until there were two outs and no one out in the ninth. Michael Conforto, who had previously singled and doubled, returned Padres Closer Robert Suarez.

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Shortstop Nick Ahmed had an impressive debut Giants with a single, a double and two RBIs, while expensive newcomer Jung Hoo Lee recorded his first major league hit in the fifth inning and his first RBI on a sacrifice fly in the seventh inning.

Not in the best mood after the loss in his country Giants For the first time, manager Bob Melvin had nice things to say about Lee afterward.

“(He) got a big fly to put us up against a tough lefty,” Melvin said. “In the first game, he gave us the lead after the seventh. That's a productive first day.”

Lee and Giants He'll be looking for a different result against San Diego's Joe Musgrove (0-0, 16.88 ERA). The veteran right-hander will make his second start of the season after being roughed up by the Los Angeles Dodgers for five runs on seven hits in 2 2/3 innings in Padres' 15-11 win last week in Seoul, South Korea.

Musgrove, who went 10-3 with a 3.05 ERA last season, went 4-3 with a 3.86 ERA in 13 career starts against San Francisco.

Musgrove, 31, remains confident after a shaky start that followed a shaky spring (13.50 ERA).

“I feel like I've always been someone who finds my stuff and gets better as the games go on, as the season goes on,” he said. “The more reps I get in the game, I feel like that's when I make the best adjustments throughout the matches.”

– Media at the field level

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