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July 30, 2014 7:00 PM

Giants avoid winless homestand with 7-5 victory over Pirates

SAN FRANCISCO -- Andrew Susac had come to bat in the first inning Wednesday with the bases loaded, still looking for his first major-league hit, and struck out swinging on a fastball from Pirates starter Charlie Morton. So when Susac came up again in the third -- again with the bases loaded -- what was he thinking?

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