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Giants Lose No. 1 Pick in 2018 MLB Draft to Tigers Thanks to Pablo Sandoval's Walk-off Home Run

Giants Lose No. 1 Pick in 2018 MLB Draft to Tigers Thanks to Pablo Sandoval's Walk-off Home Run

He allowed one run and five hits in those six innings, walking two and striking out six.

"For (Sandoval) to hit a home run, to walk it off, I know that's special for him and it was cool to see because he's done a nice job since coming here".

They can't finish with worse than the second pick, but after a season as brutal as this one, it should be the best or nothing.

So, thanks to Sandoval's walk-off homer and Detroit's loss, the Tigers now hold the No. 1 pick in the 2018 draft, not the Giants.

Cain's chances of winning a 105th game ended when rookie right-handed reliever Reyes Moronta served up a two-out, two-strike solo home run to Wil Myers in the top of the sixth, tying the game at 1-1.

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NOTES: In the San Francisco era of club history, San Francisco Giants RHP Matt Cain will retire second in starts (331), third in inning pitched (2,085 2/3), third in strikeouts (1,694) and tied for fifth in wins (104).

But it was the fourth inning when the Giants found fuel in the tank. Anibal Sanchez came through with a five-inning, three-run-outing to take the loss.

Over the last four weeks, San Francisco waded through two dozen meaningless contests amidst the most awful season in franchise history only to reach the month of October with a result to play for. Carlos Asuaje, Yangervis Solarte, Christian Villanueva, Cory Spangenberg and Hunter Renfroe each added base hits of their own in the win for San Diego. Instead, the Tigers lost and the Giants won.

Blash will start in left field and bat seventh versus Giants right-hander Johnny Cueto. It was Sandoval who fought the longest, and barring a Tigers' comeback, San Francisco will have the No. 2 overall pick.

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