Arenado smacked a double to left on the first pitch he saw from Giants starter Clayton Blackburn in the second inning. He followed that by knocking Blackburn’s first pitch in the third into left-center for a single.
Overall, Arenado is an amazing 20 for 33 with a least one hit in all 12 games he’s played this spring and has multiple hits in seven straight games.
”I wish it was April,” the 24-year-old Arenado said. ”I’m good to go.”
Charlie Blackmon added a solo homer off Blackburn, who allowed three runs, two earned, and six hits over four innings. Blackburn also doubled in a run.
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