The Giants' seventh walk-off win of the season may have been their biggest win yet.
Marco Scutaro's scorching grounder along the left-field line in the 10th inning gave the Giants a 9-8 win on Monday at AT&T Park, completing a thrilling comeback in which they squandered a four-run lead, erased a three-run deficit and pushed to a season-best 19 games above .500.
"It was one of the best, if not the best, wins of the year," Buster Posey said.
Brandon Crawford opened the bottom of the 10th with an infield chopper for a single, advanced to second on a sacrifice bunt from Brett Pill and moved to third on a groundout from Angel Pagan. Scutaro drilled a 3-1 cutter from Arizona reliever Bryan Shaw down the left-field line to drive in Crawford for the game-winning run.
"It's always exciting to get a walk-off, but the important thing was that it was a great team effort," Scutaro said. "We never gave up and we just kept fighting. We didn't put our heads down and we just kept fighting and played hard until the very end."
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