Game #1 Road Game #1

SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS MEDIA NOTES San Francisco vs. San Diego

April 3, 2006 Petco Park

TODAY'S GAME...San Francisco Giants visit San Diego Padres in opener of 2006 campaign...Giants' right-hander Jason Schmidt (12-7, 4.40 in 2005) squares off against Padres' right-hander Jake Peavy (13-7, 2.88 in 2005)... PROBABLES AND TV SCHEDULE FOR REMAINDER OF SAN DIEGO SERIES (ALL GAME TIMES PDT): • • Tuesday, April 4 at San Diego (7:05): RHP Matt Morris (14-10, 4.11 in 2005) vs. LHP Shawn Estes (7-8, 4.80 in 2005)--FSNBA-Plus Wednesday, April 5 at San Diego (7:05): LHP Noah Lowry (13-13, 3.78 in 2005) vs. RHP Chris Young (12-7, 4.26 in 2006)--FSNBA note: all games broadcast on KNBR radio (English)/62 games broadcast on KLOK radio (Spanish) THIS DATE IN GIANTS HISTORY April 3, 1997- New Giants second baseman Jeff Kent drove in 5 runs, and Rod Beck recorded save in the Giants 7-5 victory over Pirates at Candlestick... GIANTS' RECENT OPENING DAYS Year 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 Opp. LA at HOU at SD at LA SD at FLA at CIN at HOU PIT at ATL W/L W W W W W L W W L L Score 4-2 5-4 5-2 9-2 3-2 4-6 11-8 9-4 (13) 2-5 8-10

THE GIANTS...embark on 124th season in this afternoon's season opener...franchise owns 10,0378,559 record (.540) over 1st 123 years...since moving to SF in 1958, Giants have posted 3,9703,650 mark (.521) over 48 seasons... • are 1st franchise in North American professional sports and ML history with 10,000 wins... • since 1900, SF leads National League with 8,823-7,572 record (.538)...Dodgers are 2nd during that period with 8,574-7,820 ledger (.523)... THE ROSTER...Giants' 25-man Opening Day roster consists of following: Pitchers (12): Jeremy Accardo, Matt Cain, Jeff Fassero, Steve Kline, Noah Lowry, Matt Morris, Scott Munter, Jason Schmidt, Jack Taschner, Tyler Walker, Tim Worrell and Jamey Wright...Catchers (2): Todd Greene and Mike Matheny...Infielders (6): Ray Durham, Pedro Feliz, Lance Niekro, Mark Sweeney, Jose Vizcaino and Omar Vizquel...Outfielders (5): Moises Alou, Barry Bonds, Jason Ellison, Steve Finley and Randy Winn... OPENING DAYS...Giants have won 5 straight and 7 of their last 8 lid-lifters, including last season's 4-2 victory over Dodgers at AT&T Park...SF has won 15 of its last 21 and 31 of 48 openers since moving West prior to 1958 campaign... • franchise has posted 68-53-1 Opening Day mark...Giants' 68 lid-lifting victories are 2nd in ML history, trailing only Cubs' 73 wins... OPENING ON THE ROAD...Giants kick off their season on road for 17th time in last 21 years...since 1986, SF has logged 12-4 mark in road openers and is riding 3-game road opening winning string... • SF's last road-opening triumph was 5-4 victory at Houston in 2004...since moving to West Coast in 1958, Giants are 19-10 in lid-lifters on road... OPENING WITH THE PADRES...SF will play San Diego for 12th time on Opening Day...Giants own 7-4 advantage in their 11 lid-lifters, including 5-2 victory at Qualcomm Stadium in 2003... • Giants will be kicking off season for 1st time here at Petco Park, but will be playing 8th Opener in San Diego...SF went 5-2 in lid-lifters at Jack Murphy/Qualcomm... • since moving west in 1958, Padres are Giants' most common Opening Day opponent with 11 meetings...Dodgers (8) and Astros (7) are next on list... BONDS TO MAKE 13TH OPENING DAY START FOR SF...Barry Bonds will make his 13th Opening Day start in LF for Giants this afternoon, 4th highest total in club's history...only Willie Mays (19 openers), Mel Ott (18) and Willie McCovey (15) have started more... • overall on Opening Day, has .333 batting mark (23-for-63) with 6 HRs and 12 RBI in 19 such games...has homered on 5 lid-lifters, going deep 1988 at Philadelphia, 1989 at Montreal, 2001 vs. San Diego; 2002 at Los Angeles (2 HRs) and 2004 at Houston... BARRY AND THE BABE...Barry Bonds enters 2006 campaign with 708 career home runs and needs just 6 clouts to tie Babe Ruth for 3rd on all-time list...with 7th roundtripper will also break Major League record for HRs by left-handed hitter... • 7-time MVP has homered off record 416 Major League pitchers, with Mark McGwire 2nd at 362... RACE TO 300...both Moises Alou and Steve Finley has 297 home runs entering season...they are currently tied for 112th, with PIT's Jeromy Burnitz sitting at 111 with 299 career clouts... • when Finley (313 stolen bases) reaches 300-HR plateau, he'll become just 5th member of 300 HR/300 SB club...current members include Barry Bonds (708 HRs, 506 SBs), Willie Mays (660, 338), Andre Dawson (436, 314) and Bobby Bonds (332, 461)... A DIFFERENT LOOK...SF enters 2006 slate with only 11 players from its 25-man 2005 Opening Day roster...since close of 2005 campaign, Giants have signed All-Star Matt Morris, righthanded reliever Tim Worrell, infielder/outfielder Mark Sweeney and infielder Jose Vizcaino...Brian Sabean also acquired All-Star Steve Finley and left-handed reliever Steve Kline... LADEN WITH SUCCESS...SF's roster boasts 33 All-Star Game appearances, 27 Gold Gloves, 58 trips to post season and 367 playoff games... • with 27 Gold Glove between Omar Vizquel (10), Barry Bonds (8), Steve Finley (5) and Mike Matheny (4), Giants have 3rd-highest total of awards since its inception in 1957...only 1976 Orioles (32) and 1975 Baltimore club (28) had more... A LOOK BACK AT '05...Giants finished 75-87 and suffered their 1st losing campaign since 1996 (68-94)...8-year stretch of winning records was 2nd-longest in club's SF tenure, with only 14year run of winning baseball from 1958-71 being longer... MARK OF CONSISTENCY...Giants have logged 548-422 mark (.565) since 2000, which is 3rd-best record in NL over span, trailing only St. Louis (575-397, .592) and Atlanta (571-399, .589)... • since current ownership group, led by Peter Magowan, took over reigns of club in 1993, SF has 6th-best record in majors, posting 1,106-934 ledger (.542)...Atlanta (1,239-799, .608), New York Yankees (1,219-816, .599), Boston (1,117-923, .548), Cleveland (1,109-928, .544) and Houston (1,109-932, .543) have fared better over 13-year period... • since Brian Sabean era began in 1997 campaign, Giants own 3rd-best record in big leagues, logging 813-644 mark (.558)...only New York Yankees (890-564, .612) and Atlanta (881-575, .605) have better ledgers over 9-year stretch... Score first Score 4 or + Score -4 Out-hit opp. Out-hit by opp. Commit No Errors Commit Error One-run games 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 GIANTS' RECORD WHEN THEY... Lead after 7 0-0 Tied after 7 0-0 Trail after 7 0-0 Lead after 8 0-0 Tied after 8 0-0 Trail after 8 0-0 Hit at least 1 HR 0-0 Hit no HRs 0-0

GIANTS' OPENERS VS. PADRES Year 2003 2001 1991 1989 1987 1985 1981 1980 1978 1975 1971 Opp. at SD at SF at SD at SD at SD at SF at SF at SD at SF at SD at SD W/L W W L W W W L L L W W Score 5-2 3-2 4-7 5-3 4-3 (12) 4-3 1-4 4-6 2-3 2-0 4-0

ALL-TIME HOME RUN LEADERS Rank Player HR 1 Hank Aaron 755 2 Babe Ruth 714 3 Barry Bonds 708 4 Willie Mays 660 MILESTONES IN REACH Player F. Alou Milestone

4 Ws for 6th on SF list (Rigney, 270) 15 Gs for 500 as SF manager M. Alou 3 HRs for 300 Bonds 1 G for 4th on franchise list (Terry, 1,721) 6 HRs for 2nd on all-time list (Babe Ruth, 714) 6 IBBs for 500 at Giant 7 EBHs for 3rd on all-time list (Babe Ruth, 1,356) 8 BBs for 1st on franchise list (Mel Ott, 1,708) 10 Hs for 6th on franchise list (Jackson, 1,768) Durham 1 leadoff HR for 4th on all-time list (Bobby Bonds, 35) Finley 3 HRs for 300 (5th member of 300 HR/300 SB) Morris 14 SOs for 1,000 Schmidt 2 Ws to tie for 10th on SF list (Scott Garrelts, 69) 12 SOs for 14th on franchise list (Marquard, 897) Vizcaino 2 2Bs for 200 Vizquel 8 SBs for 350 Winn 7 Gs for 1,000

Comeback wins Lineups Used Last at-bat Extra Innings Series Sweeps Series (W-L-S) 2-game series 3-game series 4-game series

0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

GIANTS MEDIA NOTES -- page 2 -GIANTS STARTING PITCHER...JASON SCHMIDT Breakdown 2006 San Francisco Spring Training 2005 San Francisco Career (12th season) SF Career (6th season) 2006 vs. San Diego Career vs. San Diego W-L 4-0 12-7 116-81 67-28 10-8 ERA 1.50 4.40 3.95 3.30 4.76 G 5 29 281 130 24 IP H R ER BB SO 1st appearance 24.0 14 5 4 5 14 172.0 160 90 84 85 165 1739.2 1609 832 764 686 1548 856.1 682 337 314 314 885 1st appearance 151.1 160 89 80 61 133
SCHMIDT'S CAREER OPENING DAY STARTS (complete games in bold) Date OPP 4/4/00 HOU 4/5/05 LA Total (2 starts) DEC L W 1-1 SCORE IP 2-5 6.0 4-2 7.0 4.85 13.0 H 3 4 7 R 5 2 7 ER BB SO HR 5 6 4 1 2 2 9 1 7 8 13 2

SCHMIDT'S 2006 SPRING TRAINING STARTS (complete games in bold) Date 3/4 3/8 3/18 3/24 3/29 Totals OPP CHI @SEA SEA COL @OAK (5 starts) DEC SCORE IP H W(1-0) 7-2 3.0 2 ND 4-2 3.0 2 W(2-0) 14-3 5.0 3 W(3-0) 6-4 7.0 5 W(4-0) 12-0 6.0 2 4-0 1.50 24.0 14 R 0 2 1 2 0 5 ER BB SO HR 0 0 1 0 2 1 5 0 1 1 3 1 1 2 4 0 0 1 1 0 4 5 14 1

• is making his 3rd career Opening Day start, 2nd consecutive for Giants...becomes 11 SF Giants pitcher to start more than one lid-lifter and 9th hurler to open consecutive seasons since club moved West in 1958... • is 1-1 with 4.85 ERA (7er, 13.0ip) in his 2 season opening assignments, including 4-2 victory over LA at AT&T Park...other Opening assignment was April 4, 2000 for Pittsburgh in final lid-lifter at Three Rivers Stadium... • 2-time All-Star enters his 12th big league campaign and 6th with Giants...has recorded at least 10 wins for 5 consecutive years (2001-05), while accomplishing feat n 8 of his 11 big league assignments... • has cemented his place as one of baseball's elite pitchers over last 3 seasons, going 47-19 with 3.24 ERA (218er, 604.2ip) over 90 starts since 2003...during span, ranks among top ML starting pitchers in wins (T5th), ERA (10th), winning pct. (3rd - .712), strikeouts (3rd - 624), avg. against (2nd - .214), complete games (T8th - 9) and shutouts (2nd - 6)... • is 16th among active pitchers with .589 winning pct. (116-89)... • Giants are 89-40 (with tie) in his 130 starts (.685) since his arrival July 30, 2001...has forged 67-28 personal ledger as Giants with 3.30 ERA... • became 1st Giants pitcher to register 4 victories during exhibition slate since at least 1995 (when stats are accessible), going 4-0 with 1.50 ERA (4er, 24.0ip)...led Cactus League in victories, while ranking 3rd with 1.50 ERA...limited opponents to 1 earned run in last 16.0 innings (0.56 ERA).... • with 67 wins in Giants uniform, is currently tied for 11th on SF list with both John Burkett and Russ Ortiz...Scott Garrelts is 10th with 69 wins... • owns .705 winning pct. with SF, which would be best in club's West Coast history if he had enough decision to qualify (100 decisions)...with 67-28 ledger, he needs only 5 more decisions to officially move ahead of Juan Marichal (.630, 238-140) in SF annals... • is currently 5th on SF list with 885 strikeouts, with Mike McCormick in 4th place with 976 punchouts... • in 272 career starts, has posted 190 outings that have last 6.0 innings or longer (69.9%)...has limited opponents to 3 earned runs or less in 177 of those opening assignments (65.1%)... • is 34-14 in 66 career star ts at AT&T Park, logging 2.89 ERA (144er, 448.0ip)...opponents are hitting .207 (337-for-1,629) on Shores of McCovey Cove...SF is 48-18 in those contests (.727)... • also has success on road with SF, going 33-14 with 3.75 ERA (170er, 408.1ip) in 64 starts...SF is 41-22-1 in such efforts (.641)... • has 4 HRs as Giant to tie for 2nd among SF hurlers, with Jim Gott, John Montefusco and Russ Ortiz...only Don Robinson had more in his Giants career with 6... SCHMIDT VS. SAN DIEGO At a glance: is making his 24th career vs. Padres...owns 10-8 lifetime mark with 4.76 ERA (80er, 151.1ip) over 1st 24 career starts vs. Friars...is looking to get back on the winning track vs. SD, currently riding 2-game losing skid during which he has 10.13 ERA (9er, 8.0ip)...has scuffled vs. Padres over last 2 seasons, going 2-5 with 7.33 mark (41er, 50.1ip) over 9 starts...
DATE H/R DEC SCORE IP H 4/12/96 R W(1-0) 5-3 6.2 6 4/20/96 H ND 6-5 4.2 8 8/20/97 H W(2-0) 7-3 8.1 6 4/17/98 H ND 5-7 5.0 5 4/24/98 R W(3-0) 4-2 7.0 5 5/21/98 H W(4-0) 3-2 8.0 6 4/21/99 R L(4-1) 0-2 8.0 8 6/19/99 R L(4-2) 4-5 6.1 9 9/7/99 H W(5-2) 3-1 7.2 3 9/21/01 R W(6-2) 2-0 6.0 7 6/24/02 R ND 7-6 6.0 8 4/1/03 R W(7-2) 8-1 7.2 4 4/7/03 H ND 7-4 5.2 7 7/5/03 R L(7-3) 2-5 7.0 7 9/17/03 H W(8-3) 8-3 7.0 7 4/21/04 H L(8-4) 0-11 4.0 7 7/22/04 H L(8-5) 4-9 5.2 9 7/27/04 R W(9-5) 6-4 8.0 7 9/18/04 H L(9-6) 1-5 7.2 6 9/28/04 R W(10-6) 7-5 6.0 7 4/26/05 H ND 6-5 6.2 8 5/29/05 H ND 6-9 4.1 8 7/3/05 R L(10-7) 6-9 4.0 6 9/28/05 R L(10-8) 1-9 4.0 6 Totals (24 starts) 10-8 4.76 151.1 160 R 3 5 3 5 2 2 2 5 1 0 6 1 1 4 3 7 8 3 5 4 3 6 6 4 89 ER BB SO HR 2 2 4 0 3 3 3 0 3 4 5 0 5 2 2 0 2 0 6 0 2 2 6 0 2 2 11 1 5 3 5 0 1 6 6 1 0 2 5 0 5 2 8 3 1 1 7 0 1 3 7 0 4 3 7 0 3 0 11 1 6 1 1 1 8 4 5 1 2 4 7 0 5 3 8 1 4 3 2 1 3 4 7 2 4 2 2 1 5 3 3 0 4 2 3 0 80 61 133 13

SCHMIDT'S 2006 NUMBERS Home Road Day Night Pre-ASB Post-ASB vs. LHH vs. RHH W-L-S ------------------ERA -.--.--.--.--.--.-AVG. .--.--G ------AB --IP -.-.-.-.-.-.H --H ------HR --ER -------

SCHMIDT'S HISTORY Last Win: Last Loss: Last CG: Low-Hit: Innings: Strikeouts: Win Streak: Loss Streak: 9/2/05 at AZ (6-3) vs. Webb 9/28/05 at SD (1-9) vs. Astacio 9/12/04 at AZ (5-2) vs. Choate 2006 Highs Career Highs 1 (2), 6/20/04 vs. BOS 9 (17), 9/12/04 at AZ 13 (4), 5/18/04 at CHI 12, 4/26-7/17/04 8, 6/7-8/6/98

SCHMIDT AT THE PLATE AVG AB H 2B 3B HR 2006 .-------Career .100 518 52 6 0 5 Last Home Run: 5/24/05 vs. LA (off Jeff Weaver) PADRES CAREER BATTING VS. SCHMIDT Mark Bellhorn Geoff Blum Vinny Castilla Brian Giles Khalil Greene Ben Johnson Doug Mirabelli Mike Piazza Dave Roberts Terrmel Sledge Eric Young AVG .222 .412 .173 .206 .400 .500 .000 .344 .286 .000 .310 AB 9 17 52 34 15 2 2 32 42 3 29 H 2 7 9 7 6 1 0 11 12 0 9 HR 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 5 0 0 0 BB 1 2 4 10 0 0 0 6 2 0 2 SO 2 3 10 4 5 1 0 6 6 1 1 RBI -19 SH -82

SCHMIDT'S RUN SUPPORT (runs during appearance)
Runs Scored 0 runs 1 run 2 runs 3 runs 4 runs 5 runs 6 runs 7 runs 8 runs 9 runs 10+ runs Run Support AVG. Times -------------

SCHMIDT'S RUNS BY INNING
Inning 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th Runs Yielded ---------Avg. -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-

GIANTS STARTERS AND RELIEVERS G ---W-L ------SV/OPP --/---/---/-ERA -.--.--.-IP -.-.-.H ---R ---ER ---BB ---SO ---HR ----

Starters Relievers Totals

GIANTS STARTING PITCHER BREAKDOWN Pitcher Schmidt Morris Lowry Cain Wright Total GS-QS -/-/-/-/-/-/PCT. -.-.-.-.-.-.RS RSA #P/GS --.-.--.-.--.-.--.-.--.-.--.-.6+IP -------3ER ------W-L -------

TOMORROW'S GIANTS STARTER...MATT MORRIS Breakdown W-L ERA G IP H R ER BB SO 2006 Spring Training1-2 4.8526.0 33 17 14 4 14 3 Career (9th) 101-62 3.61 237 1377.1 1368 612 552 378 986 Career vs. SD 4-1 2.55 12 53.0 49 16 15 13 43 • will make his Giants debut tomorrow after signing 3-year deal as free agent over winter...is 10th-active winning pitcher in baseball, logging career 101-62 ledger (.620) with 3.61 ERA in 237 games (206 starts)...2-time All-Star shares 6th-best winning pct. (.627) in NL since 2001, while compiling 2nd-most wins in loop with 79-45 ledger and 3.82 ERA (422er, 993.2ip) over 156 starts...since 2001, he and Jason Schmidt (73-34) have combined to go 152-79 (.658) for highest winning pct. among current teammates during period...averaging 15 wins per campaign over last 5 seasons, has also crested 200-inning barrier 3 times and made at least 30 starts on 4 occassions...in 5 Cactus League starts, went 1-2 with 4.85 ERA (14er, 26.0ip)...vs. San Diego: will make his 13th career appearance vs. Padres...owns 4-1 lifetime record with save and 2.55 ERA (15er, 53.0ip) in 12 contests (10 starts)...his club has posted 8-4 mark in those 12 efforts...

GIANTS MEDIA NOTES -- page 3-BULLPEN WATCH PITCHER Accardo Fassero Kline Munter Taschner Walker Worrell GIANTS G --------RELIEF W-L-S ------------------------BLOWN SAVE --------INHERITED/ 1ST BATTER LEFT ON FACED/RETIRED -/(-.-%) -/(-.-%) -/(-.-%) -/(-.-%) -/(-.-%) -/(-.-%) -/(-.-%) -/(-.-%) -/(-.-%) -/(-.-%) -/(-.-%) -/(-.-%) -/(-.-%) -/(-.-%) -/(-.-%) -/(-.-%) BULLPEN VS. SAN DIEGO PITCHER Accardo Fassero Kline Munter Taschner Walker Worrell GIANTS TOTALS LIFETIME W-L-S ERA 0-1-0 2.08 9-11-2 3.49 1-1-0 1.03 0-0-0 0.00 0-0-0 1.80 1-1-1 4.26 4-4-10 3.35 G 5 45 26 3 5 11 43 IP 4.1 147.0 26.1 3.0 5.0 12.2 43.0 H 3 129 12 2 4 13 43 ER 1 57 3 0 1 6 16 2006 W-L-S ------------------------ERA -.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.-G --------IP -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.ER --------LAST RELIEF APPEARANCE (IP,H,R,ER,BB,SO)

BULLPEN NOTES...Giants bullpen features somewhat different look in 2006, with winter acquisitions of RHP Tim Worrell and LHP Steve Kline joining returnees featuring Jeremy Accardo, Kevin Correia, Jeff Fassero, Steve Kline, Scott Munter, Jack Taschner and Tyler Walker...closer Armando Benitez will open campaign on 15-day Disabled List... • SF relievers ranked 4th in NL with 3.16 ERA (79er, 224.2ip) after 2005 All-Star Break...'pen was 7th in senior circuit with 3.98 season mark (223er, 504.1ip), while tying for league lead with 30 wins and tying for 3rd with 46 saves... JEREMY ACCARDO (0-0, -.-- ERA, 0 SV) Last Win: Sept. 3, 2005 at COL Last Loss: Sept. 29, 2005 at SD vs. LHH .---, 0 HR (0x0) Last Save: None vs. RHH .---, 0 HR (0x0) Longest 2006 Outing: None

• 23-year-old right-hander opens 3rd professional season on 1st Opening Day roster...began 2005 campaign with double-A Norwich, but emerged as power arm in SF bullpen by season's end... • logged 20-scoreless efforts in 28 ML outings last year, posting 3.94 ERA (13er, 29.2ip) and .232 avg. against (26-for-112)...also stranded 14 of 15 inherited runners (93.3%) at big league level... • forged 1.42 ERA (1er, 6.1ip) in 5 Spring Training outings, while yielding just .182 avg. against (4-for-22)... ARMANDO BENITEZ (0-0, -.-- ERA, 0 SV) (DISABLED LIST) Last Win: Sept. 16, 2005 vs. LA Last Loss: Oct. 1, 2005 vs. AZ vs. LHH .---, 0 HR (0x0) Last Save: Sept. 26, 2005 at SD vs. RHH .---, 0 HR (0x0) Longest 2006 Outing: None

• will open season on 15-day Disabled List (retro to April 2) with left knee bursitis...decision was made following final exhibition outing April 1 at Oakland... • 2-time NL All-Star is 8th among active closers and tied for 22nd all-time with 263 saves...opening 13th ML season (2nd with Giants), he ranks 5th all-time among stoppers with 85.9% success ratio...has been to post season on 4 occasions, including 2000 NL Champion Mets... • owns 2nd-lowest opponents avg. against (.187) among active relievers, trailing only NY's Billy Wagner (.183)... • battled back from potential season-ending hamstring injury in April 2005 to tie for 2nd in NL with 15 saves (in 17 chances) following activation from DL Aug. 15... • left knee ailment caused rough Spring, as he suffered 0-1 mark with 23.48 ERA (20er, 7.2ip) in 8 outings... JEFF FASSERO (0-0, -.-- ERA, 0 SV) Last Win: Aug. 31, 2005 vs. COL Longest 2006 Outing: None vs. LHH .---, 0 HR (0x0) Last Loss: Sept. 27, 2005 at San Diego vs. RHH .---, 0 HR (0x0) Last Save: June 12, 2003 at BOS

• veteran southpaw ranks 6th among active left-handers, 24th all-time for lefties, and 75th in ML history with 710 career appearances...will embark on his 16th ML season, 2nd campaign with SF...has advanced to post season play 3 times... • was invaluable to Giants as staff swingman in 2005, going 4-7 with 4.05 ERA in 48 games (6 starts)...worked solely in relief after All-Star Break, logging 3-1 mark with 2.87 ERA (10er, 31.1ip) in 19 outings... • with 1st appearance in 2006, will become 9th oldest player in Giants franchise history (will be 43 years and 89 days young on April 3)...Don McMahon, 8th-oldest player in club annals, was 43 years, 269 days old when took hill in 1973... • posted 3.38 ERA (4er, 10.2ip) over 7 Spring Training outings... STEVE KLINE (0-0, -.-- ERA, 0 SV) Last Win: April 16, 2005 vs. NYY Last Loss: Aug. 19, 2005 at CLE vs. LHH .---, 0 HR (0x0) Last Save: Aug. 22, 2004 vs. PIT vs. RHH .---, 0 HR (0x0) Longest 2006 Outing: None

• durable left-handed reliever opens 10th ML season in Giants uniform after being acquired from Baltimore over winter in exchange for RHP LaTroy Hawkins...has pitched in 3 post seasons, including St. Louis' 2004 run to World Series... • leads majors with 610 appearances since 1998, including setting ML single-season record for lefty with 89 outings in 2001...has held left-handed batters to .227 career avg. against (194-for-853)... • posted 2-4 mark with 4.28 ERA in 67 games last year with Orioles, but fashioned 2.83 mark (9er, 28.2ip) in 25 appearances after All-Star Break... • worked in 9 Spring Training contests, logging 0-1 record with 2.25 ERA (2er, 8.0ip)... SCOTT MUNTER (0-0, -.-- ERA, 0 SV) Last Win: Aug. 4, 2005 vs. COL Last Loss: None vs. LHH .---, 0 HR (0x0) Last Save: None vs. RHH .---, 0 HR (0x0) Longest 2006 Outing: None

• will make 1st appearance on Opening Day roster after outstanding rookie season in 2005...with debut last year, SF's 47th-round draft pick in 2001 became Giants' lowest pick to make club since 50th-rounder Marvin Benard in 1995... • sinkerball specialist ranked 2nd among NL relievers for groundball pct. in 2005 (77.6%, 83-of-107)...fashioned 2.56 ERA in 45 ML outings, while stranding 82.6% of inherited runners (19-of-23)... • limited opponents to .167 avg. (5-for-30) in 8 Spring Training outings, logging save and 1.17 ERA (1er, 7.2ip)... JACK TASCHNER (0-0, -.-- ERA, 0 SV) Last Win: Sept. 20, 2005 at WSH Last Loss: None vs. LHH .---, 0 HR (0x0) Last Save: None vs. RHH .---, 0 HR (0x0) Longest 2006 Outing: None

• left-hander is on SF's Opening Day roster for 1st time after flourishing as rookie in Giants' 2005 bullpen...opened 2005 season as non-roster invitee to Spring Training, then dominated at triple-A Fresno before big league callup... • logged 1.59 ERA in 24 ML outings last year, with paltry .185 avg. against (15-for-81) and 19 strikeouts... • went 1-1 with 6.23 ERA (6er, 8.2ip) in 9 Spring Training appearances... TYLER WALKER (0-0, -.-- ERA, 0 SV) Last Win: Sept. 26, 2005 at SD vs. LHH .---, 0 HR (0x0) Last Loss: Aug. 3, 2005 vs. COL Last Save: Sept. 23, 2005 at COL vs. RHH .---, 0 HR (0x0) Longest 2006 Outing: None

• 9th San Francisco native to see big league action with Giants will open 4th ML season, and 3rd with boyhood club...has gone 11-5 with 24 saves and 4.24 ERA (59er, 125.1ip) in 119 relief appearances for SF... • with 23-save effort in 2005, became 9th Giants pitcher to record 20 saves in single-season (since save became official stat in 1969)...ranked 10th in NL Rolaids Relief Man standings with 66 points, despite only working as full-time closer May 12-Aug. 20... • in 28 save opportunities overall last year, posted 3.25 ERA (10er, 27.0ip) with .216 avg. against (22-for-102)... • limited Spring Training opponents to .212 avg. (7-for-33) in 10 outings...however, had 0-1 mark with 8.31 ERA (8er, 8.2i)... TIM WORRELL (0-0, -.-- ERA, 0 SV) Last Win: Sept. 24, 2005 vs. SD Last Loss: July 25, 2005 at MIL vs. LHH .---, 0 HR (0x0) Last Save: April 18, 2005 vs. NY vs. RHH .---, 0 HR (0x0) Longest 2006 Outing: None

• 13-year veteran returns to SF, where he compiled 14-11 mark with 38 saves and 2.87 ERA (73er, 228.2ip) in 229 relief outings as bullpen stalwart from 2001-03...in fact, owns 6th-highest single-season save total in franchise history with 38 rescues in 2003... • is veteran of 3 post season appearances, including with 2002 NL Champion Giants club... • in 606 career relief appearances, right-hander has forged 3.36 ERA (257er, 688.1ip) with .244 avg. against (637-for-2,613)...ranks 6th in majors with 357 outings since 2001 (Ray King leads with 401)... • split 2005 campaign between Philadelphia and Arizona, going 1-2 with save and 4.07 ERA in 51 contests...excelled in 32 appearances with Diamondbacks, forging 2.27 ERA (8er, 31.2ip)... • worked in 10 exhibition contests, going 0-1 with 8.44 ERA (10er, 10.2ip)...

GIANTS MEDIA NOTES -- page 4-BATTING VS. SAN DIEGO Moises Alou Barry Bonds Ray Durham Jason Ellison Pedro Feliz Steve Finley Todd Greene Mike Matheny Lance Niekro Mark Sweeney Jose Vizcaino Omar Vizquel Randy Winn GIANTS TOTALS PADRES TOTALS CAREER AVG .315 .327 .289 .346 .276 .308 .222 .196 .286 .333 .291 .284 .255 AB 419 784 218 26 181 552 36 143 21 75 330 74 94 H 132 256 63 9 50 170 8 28 6 25 96 21 24 HR 17 81 8 1 6 24 2 3 1 1 2 0 3 RBI 67 203 25 2 30 78 4 18 5 13 35 3 11 2006 AVG .--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--.--AB ---------------H ---------------HR ---------------RBI ----------------

MOISES ALOU (.---, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Roadtrip (.---, 0x0, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Career vs. Peavy (.300, 3x10, 0 HR, 0bb, 0so) • • • • • • • •

RISP (.---, 0x0)

Current streak: 0 games vs. LHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) vs. RHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) Last Home Run: Oct. 2, 2005 vs. AZ, Brandon Webb (at-bats since: 2)

enters 21st year in professional baseball, 17th season in majors (2nd with Giants)...has been to post season 4 times, including with World Series Champion Florida in 1997... is 6-time All-Star with career .301 average, 297 HRs, 1,155 RBI and 100 stolen bases in 1,742 ML contests... was SF's lone All-Star representative last season, serving as reserve on NL squad...finished last year with .321 batting avg., 19 home runs and 63 RBI in 123 games...however, was on Disabled list twice, once in April with right calf strain and again in August with right hamstring strain... was signed by Giants as free agent Dec. 27, 2004...originally selected by Pittsburgh in 1st round of 1986 First Year Player Draft, has appeared with Pirates (1990), Expos (1990-96), Marlins (1997), Astros (1998-2001), Cubs (2002-04) and Giants (2005)... became 4th member of Alou clan to play for Giants, joining: his father and current SF skipper Felipe (1958-63), as well as his uncles Matty (1960-65) and Jesus (1963-68)...joined Felipe (1961-63) and Jesus (1965-68) as Alous to start Opening Day for Giants... with Felipe, are 1 of 6 father/son, manager/player combos in ML history...pair also joins Bobby (1969-74) and Barry Bonds (1993-2004) as only father/son tandem to start on Opening Day for Giants... Alou family has combined to hit 140 HRs for Giants (Felipe - 85, Moises - 19, Matty - 18, Jesus - 18)...prior to Moises' 1st HR as Giant April 24 vs. Brewers, last Alou HR came off bat of Jesus Aug. 19, 1967...Moises and Felipe have combined for 103 clouts in SF uniform, 503 overall... hit .227 (5-for-22) this spring with 1 homer and 4 RBI in 8 contests...also played for Dominican Team in inaugural World Baseball Classic this spring, hitting at .333 clip (8-for-24) with HR and 3 RBI in 6 games as squad reached semifinals... RISP (.---, 0x0) Current streak: 0 games vs. LHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) vs. RHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) Last Home Run: Sept. 27, 2005 at SD, Adam Eaton (at-bats since: 5)

BARRY BONDS (.---, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Roadtrip (.---, 0x0, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Career vs. Peavy (.250, 5x20, 3 HR, 11bb, 5so) • • • • • • • •

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begins 22nd year in professional baseball, 21st season in majors (14th with Giants)...has been to post season 7 times, including NL Champion Giants in 2002... however, missed most of last season due to trio of arthroscopic surgeries on right knee, appearing in just 14 games in September...finished with 5 homers and 10 RBI in just 42 at-bats, hitting at .286 clip... 1 of 3 members of baseball's hallowed 700 Home Run club, enters 2006 campaign 3rd all-time with 708 career clouts, just 6 shy of tying Babe Ruth (714) for 2nd...is most prolific long ball hitter in San Francisco annals with 532 clouts in Giants uniform... slugged his 708th career homer Sept. 27 at San Diego (off Adam Eaton)... prior to last season, had started opener each of previous 18 years, then-longest active streak in majors...Pedro Feliz made Opening Day start in LF last year, marking 1st SF player other than Bonds to start opener at position since Mike Felder in 1992... in 2004 become just 4th Giant to start at least 12 season openers with club, joining Willie Mays (19), Mel Ott (18) and Willie McCovey (15)...was just 3rd player to get starting nod in 12 consecutive openers, joining Mays (19, 1954-72) and Ott (18, 1929-46)... ALL-TIME HR LEADERS (#1-4) overall on Opening Day, has .333 batting mark (23-for-63) with 6 HRs and 12 RBI in 18 Rank Player HRs games...has homered on 5 lid-lifters, going deep in 1988 at Philadelphia, 1989 at Montreal, 1 Hank Aaron 755 2001 vs. San Diego, 2002 at LA (2 HRs) and 2004 at Houston (3-for-3, walk, 2B, 3 RBI)... 2 Babe Ruth 714 garnered his unprecedented 4th straight and 7th NL MVP Award overall in 2004 (also in 1990, 3 Barry Bonds 708 '92, '93, 2001, '02 and "03), becoming just 2nd athlete in 4 major professional sports to earn 4 Willie Mays 660 MVP hardware at least 7 times...NHL's Wayne Gretzky with 9 is only person with more...no other baseball player has won more than 3... won 2nd career batting title in 2004 with .362 average, while establishing walk record with 232, intentional walk mark with 120...became 1st-evr player to record on-base pct. of at least .600 with .609 mark, besting his .582 pct. in 2002...also had 45 HRs, tying Hank Aaron with his 8th season of at least 40 clouts... 13-time All-Star and lone member of baseball's 500 homer-500 steal club, ranks 1st all-time for walks (2,311), 4th for extra-base hits (1,349) and slugging pct. (.611), 6th for runs (2,078), 9th for RBI (1,853), 18th for doubles (564) and tied for 34th for steals (506)...is also tied for 2nd with 68 career multi-HR games (Sammy Sosa), trailing only Babe Ruth (72)... in 587 games since Opening Day 2001, has hit .347 (585-for-1,684) with 494 runs, 214 HRs, 448 RBI and 764 walks while posting .556 on-base pct. and .805 slugging mark...has established 6 ML single-season records over span... hit at .478 clip (11-for-23) this spring with 4 homers and 9 RBI in 10 contests...did not appear at all last spring... RISP (.---, 0x0) Current streak: 0 games vs. LHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) vs. RHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) Last Home Run: Sept. 12, 2005 vs. SD, Adam Eaton (at-bats since: 63)

RAY DURHAM (.---, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Roadtrip (.---, 0x0, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Career vs. Peavy (.158, 6x38, 0 HR, 1bb, 9so) • • • • • •

enters 17th year in professional baseball, 12th season in majors (4th with Giants)...has been to post season 3 times... is 2-time All-Star (1998, 2000) with career .280 avg., 1,050 runs scored, 149 home runs and 248 stolen bases...included was .290 mark with 67 runs scored, 12 HRs, 62 RBI and 6 steals in 2005... batted throughout lineup last year, hitting in leadoff spot (22 times), 2nd spot (once), 3rd spot (4 times), 4th spot (5 times), 5th spot (78 times) and 6th spot (21 times)...in 2004, hit strictly in leadoff spot (115 starts)... Giants are 121-57 (.680) when he scores at least 1 run in contest since 2003... is tied for 5th with Devon White for leadoff clouts (34 overall, 13 with SF), including leadoff homer in his Giants debut on Opening Day in 2003 (March 31 at SD, off Brian Lawrence)...marked just 25th time in ML history player has hit leadoff HR in season opener... appeared in 17 games this spring, while hitting .370 (17-for-46) with 2 homers and 11 RBI...however, prior to start last 2 exhibition games, had been out previous 6 days (since March 25) due to plantar fasciitis in left heel... RISP (.---, 0x0) Current streak: 0 games vs. LHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) vs. RHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) Last Home Run: May 31, 2005 at PHI, Billy Wagner (at-bats since: 230)

JASON ELLISON (.---, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Roadtrip (.---, 0x0, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Career vs. Peavy (.---, 0x0, 0 HR, 0bb, 0so) • • •

enters 7th year in professional baseball, 4th season in majors (all with SF)...marks 2nd time on Opening Day roster (also last year)... had solid campaign in 2005, appearing in 131 games for Giants while batting .264 with 49 runs scored, 4 homers, 24 RBI and 14 stolen bases...was first full campaign, ranking among NL rookie leaders in number of categories...made 82 starts on campaign, including 64 in CF and 18 in RF, while also hitting .333 as pinch hitter (4-for-12, 1 HR)... ranked 10th in Cactus League with team-high .403 avg. this spring, going 25-for-62 with club-best 17 runs scored, 2 homers, 10 RBI and 3 steals in 28 contests, appearing at all 3 outfield positions... RISP (.---, 0x0) Current streak: 0 games vs. LHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) vs. RHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) Last Home Run: Sept. 15, 2005 vs. LA, Derek Lowe (at-bats since: 59)

PEDRO FELIZ (.---, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Roadtrip (.---, 0x0, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Career vs. Peavy (.250, 4x16, 1 HR, 1bb, 3so) • • • • • •

enters 13th year in professional baseball, 7th season in majors (all with Giants)... has been with club full-time each of last 5 years, however looks to man single position (3rd base) for 1st time...was club's starting LFer on Opening Day last year, marking 1st time Giant has done other than Barry Bonds since Mike Felder in 1992... has started twice on Opening Day in career, also getting nod at 3B in 2002 (Edgardo Alfonzo started at hot corner in openers from 2003-05)... posted 2nd straight 20-homer, 80-RBI season in 2005, finishing with .250 mark, 69 runs, 20 HRs and 81 RBI in career/team-high 156 games... originally 3rd baseman when he came up from minors, has proved most versitile, having made starts during career at 1st base (77 games), 3B (215), shortstop (14) and in LF (81)... hit .316 in Cactus League play this year (12-for-38), with 3 homers and 4 RBI while appearing in 11 games...also played for Dominican Team in inaugural World Baseball Classic this spring, going 0-for-6 in 3 games while playing LF and 1B as squad reached semifinals..

GIANTS MEDIA NOTES -- page 5-STEVE FINLEY (.---, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Homestand (.---, 0x0, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Career vs. Peavy (.353, 6x17, 3 HR, 5bb, 4so) • • • • • Current streak: 0 games vs. LHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) vs. RHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) Last Home Run: Sept. 26, 2005 at OAK, Joe Blanton (at-bats since: 17)

RISP (.---, 0x0)

enters 20th year in professional baseball, 18th season in majors (1st with Giants)...has been to post season 7 times, including with World Series Champion Arizona in 2001... 2-time NL All-Star (1997 and 2000) and 5-time Gold Glove winner, leads all active players with 112 triples and is just 3 homers shy of becoming 5th member of 300-HR/300-steal club...in addition, he has 7 career 20-HR seasons, including 4 different 30-clout campaigns... was acquired from LA Angels in exchange for IF Edgardo Alfonzo, Dec. 21, 2005...returns to NL after 1st season in AL since 1990...has appeared with Baltimore (1989-90), Houston (1991-94), San Diego (1995-98), Arizona (1999-2004), Dodgers (2004) and Angels (2005)... struggled last year with shoulder ailment he suffered in 2nd game of season (which eventually landed him on DL in June), finishing with .222 mark, 12 home runs, 54 RBI and 8 stolen bases in 112 games...in previous campaign (2004), played in 162 games for D'backs and Dodgers, clubbing career-high 36 homers while driving in 94 runs and winning his 5th Gold Glove... hit at robust .400 clip this spring (20-for-50), while matching Barry Bonds for team lead with 4 homers...also had 14 RBI in 18 games... RISP (.---, 0x0) Current streak: 0 games vs. LHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) vs. RHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) Last Home Run: Sept. 26, 2005 at ATL, Chris Reitsma (at-bats since: 2)

TODD GREENE (.---, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Roadtrip (.---, 0x0, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Career vs. Peavy (.---, 0x0, 0 HR, 0bb, 0so) • • • •

enters 14th year in professional baseball, 11th season in majors (1st with Giants)...his bio can be found in supplement in press box... signed minor league contract with Giants Feb. 10, coming to spring camp as non-roster invitee...originally signed this off season as free agent by San Diego Jan. 5, however after Padres inked C Mike Piazza in late January, was granted release Feb. 3... has lifetime .248 batting avg. with 69 home runs and 200 RBI in 475 career games with Angels (1996-99), Toronto (2000), Yankees (2001), Texas (.2002-03) and Colorado (2004-05)...batted .254 with 7 home runs and 23 RBI in 38 games with Rockies last year, missing 2 months with hamstring ailment... posted .243 avg. this spring, going 9-for-37 with 2 homers and 7 RBI in 17 games... Current streak: 0 games RISP (.---, 0x0) vs. LHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) vs. RHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) Last Home Run: Sept. 18, 2005 vs. LA, Franquelis Osoria (at-bats since: 31)

MIKE MATHENY (.---, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Roadtrip (.---, 0x0, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Career vs. Peavy (.000, 0x10, 0 HR, 1bb, 5so) • • • • •

enters 16th year in professional baseball, 13th season in majors (2nd with Giants)...has been to post season 3 times, including with NL Champion St. Louis in 2004... garnered his 3rd straight and 4th Gold Glove overall last year in 1st campaign with SF, committing just 1 error (.999 fielding pct.) and throwing out NL-most 30 base thieves (93 attempts, 32.2% -- 3rd best in NL)...also excelled with bat, as his 34 2Bs were most by big league backstop (2nd most by catcher in franchise history -- Dick Dietz, 36 in 1970), while his 13 HRs and 59 RBI were both career standards... was 2005 "Willie Mac Award" winner, honor voted on by teammates as most inspirational player on club... previous 3 Gold Gloves came with Cardinals in 2000, '03 and '04...owns ML catching records with 252 consecutive errorless games and 1,565 straight chances without defensive miscue, both coming during 2002-04 seasons... hit at .350 clip this spring, going 14-for-40 with 2 homers and 10 RBI in 15 contests... RISP (.---, 0x0) Current streak: 0 games vs. LHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) vs. RHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) Last Home Run: Oct. 1 vs. AZ, Javier Vazquez (at-bats since: 5)

LANCE NIEKRO (.---, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Roadtrip (.---, 0x0, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Career vs. Peavy (.500, 1x2, 1 HR, 0bb, 0so) • • • • • •

enters 7th year in professional baseball, 3rd season in majors (all with Giants)...marks 1st time on Opening Day roster... with start at 1st base in opener this year, will mark 1st time Giant other than J.T. Snow has manned position on lid-lifter since Mark Carreon in 1996...in fact, Snow's 9-straight starts on OD (1997-20005) matched Willie McCovey for most consecutive at position since club moved west... had solid rookie campaign last year, splitting time with Snow and finishing with .252 mark, 12 HRs and 46 RBI in 113 games (57 starts)...his 46 RBI were most by SF rookie since Robby Thompson had 47 in 1986...played 1 game at triple-A Fresno to start year, however was recalled to stay April 8 when Moises Alou was disabled... has career .310 mark in minors, having hit 29 home runs and driven in 214 in 351 contests... is son of former ML pitcher Joe Niekro, and nephew of Hall of Fame hurler Phil Niekro... tied for Cactus League lead with 20 RBI this spring, batting .375 (24-for-64) with 3 homers over 23 contests... RISP (.---, 0x0) Current streak: 0 games vs. LHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) vs. RHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) Last Home Run: Aug. 19, 2005 at ATL, Dan Kolb (at-bats since: 49)

MARK SWEENEY (.---, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Roadtrip (.---, 0x0, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Career vs. Peavy (.333, 1x3, 0 HR, 0bb, 0so) • • • • •

enters 16th year in professional baseball, 12th season in majors (1st with Giants)...has been to post season 3 times, including with NL Champion San Diego in 1998... was signed by Giants as free agent during 2005 Winter Meetings (Dec. 8), having appeared with St. Louis (1995-97), San Diego (1997-98, 2002, '05), Cincinnati (1999), Milwaukee (2000-01) and Colorado (2003-04)... enjoyed solid campaign with NL West Champion Padres last year, appearing in career-high 135 games while batting .294 with 8 home runs and 40 RBI...tied for 4th in NL with 18 pinch hits, going 18-for-62 (.290) in role with 2 HRs and 12 RBI... accomplished pinch hitter, ranks among all-time leaders in career pinch-hits (4th - 131), home runs (T4th - 13) and RBI (T5th - 81)...overall, has lifetime .270 mark as pinch hitter (131-for-486)... had .286 batting average this spring, going 12-for-42 with 2 homers and 9 RBI in 17 contests... Current streak: 0 games RISP (.---, 0x0) vs. LHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) vs. RHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) Last Home Run: Aug. 31, 2005 vs. CIN, Randy Keisler (at-bats since: 41)

JOSE VIZCAINO (.---, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Roadtrip (.---, 0x0, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Career vs. Peavy (.500, 6x12, 1 HR, 0bb, 1so) • • • •

enters 20th year in professional baseball, 18th season in majors (2nd with Giants)...has been to post season 6 different seasons, including with World Series Champion Yankees in 2000 and NL Champion Houston in 2005... was signed as free agent by Giants Dec. 23, 2005, returning to team for 1st time since serving as club's starting shortstop on 1997 NL West Champion squad...has appeared with Dodgers (1989-90, '98-2000), Cubs (1991-93), Mets (1994-96), Cleveland (1996), Giants (1997), Yankees (2000) and Houston (2001-05)...has lifetime .271 batting avg. with 34 HRs and 74 stolen bases in 1,740 ML contests... finished his 5th straight season with Astros last year, posting .246 mark with 1 HR, 23 RBI and 2 steals in 98 games with NL Champs...started games at all 4 infield positions (34 starts overall), while batting .280 (14-for-50) with 9 RBI as pinch hitter... hit .276 this spring (8-for-29) with no homers and 2 RBI in 12 contests... Current streak: 0 games RISP (.---, 0x0) vs. LHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) vs. RHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) Last Home Run: Aug. 19, 2005 at STL, Chris Carpenter (at-bats since: 136)

OMAR VIZQUEL (.---, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Roadtrip (.---, 0x0, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Career vs. Peavy (.111, 1x9, 0 HR, 0bb, 3so) • • • • • •

enters 23rd year in professional baseball, 18th season in majors (2nd with Giants)...has been to post season 6 times, including AL Champion Cleveland in 1995 and 1997... is 10-time Gold Glove winner, 2nd most by shortstop (Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith -- 13)...has logged .984 lifetime fielding pct., highest mark in ML history by shortstop with 1,000 games played at position...his 2,275 games at SS rank 4th in ML annals (Cal Ripken, Jr. is 3rd with 2,302)... will be in starting lineup Opening Day for 16th straight season, including each of his 11 years with Cleveland (1994-2004) and last year with SF... won his 10th Gold Glove last year in initial campaign with SF, becoming oldest SS to capture award at age 38 (Smith won his last at 37) and 1st Giant to do so at position...led all ML shortstops and set franchise mark for position with .988 fielding mark (8 errors, 668 total chances)... was also strong with bat last year, hitting at .271 clip with 66 runs scored, 3 home runs, 45 RBI and 24 stolen bases...included was .331 mark with runners in scoring position (41-for-124), leading SF hitters and ranking 9th in NL... hit .259 this spring (7-for-27) with 1 homer and 3 RBI in 9 contests...also played for Venezuela in inaugural World Baseball Classic this spring, serving as captain of squad that reached semifinals and going 6-for-20 (.300) with 2B and RBI in 6 games... Current streak: 0 games RISP (.---, 0x0) vs. LHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) vs. RHP (.---, 0x0, 0 HR) Last Home Run: Sept. 30, 2005 vs. Arizona, Claudio Vargas (at-bats since: 11)

RANDY WINN (.---, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Roadtrip (.---, 0x0, 0 HR, 0 RBI) Career vs. Peavy (.273, 3x11, 0 HR, 2bb, 1so) • • • • • •

enters 12th year in professional baseball, 9th season in majors (2nd with Giants)...2002 AL All-Star was acquired by Giants prior to last year's trade deadline, coming over from Seattle in exchange for C Yorvit Torrealba and RHP Jesse Foppert, July 30, 2005... has been Opening Day starter last 5 seasons, in LF with Seattle last year and in CF with Mariners in 2004 and with Tampa Bay from 2001-03... batted .359 with SF following trade last year (83-for-231), hammering 14 home runs with 39 runs scored, 22 2Bs, 5 3Bs, 26 RBI, 7 steals and .680 slugging pct. in 58 contests...in fact, was NL Player of Month for September, batting .447 (51-for-114) with 100 total bases, .877 slugging pct and 11 HRs...overall on year, set career highs in batting avg. (.306), games (160), hits (189), 2Bs (47) and HRs (20)... signed 3-year contract extension during spring training (Feb. 28), locking up Bay Area native through 2009... has 9 leadoff home runs in career, including 4 last year with Giants (most recent coming Sept. 30, 2005 vs. AZ's Claudio Vargas)... hit .333 this spring (11-for-33) with 2 homers and 3 RBI in 11 contests...also played for Team USA in inaugural World Baseball Classic this spring, going 3-for-11 (.273) in 3 games as squad reached semifinals...U.S. was 3-0 with him in lineup, 0-3 when he was not... CATCHER'S CORNER SBA PCT 0 -.-% 0 -.-% 0 -.-%

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GIANTS MEDIA NOTES -- page 6-GIANTS SINGLE GAME BESTS IN 2006 HOME RUN BREAKDOWN MULTI-HIT GAMES 2R 3R GS PH ITP TOTAL 2-HIT 3-HIT 4-HIT 5-HIT TOTAL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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GIANTS HITTERS CAREER AT PETCO PARK PLAYER Alou Bonds Durham Ellison Feliz Finley Greene Matheny Niekro Sweeney Vizcaino Vizquel Winn AVG .333 .220 .278 .000 .185 .282 .200 .147 .333 .298 .500 .379 .435 AB 39 41 79 10 54 39 15 34 9 114 10 29 23 H 13 9 22 0 10 11 3 5 3 34 5 11 10 HR 1 2 2 0 0 1 2 0 1 4 1 0 0 RBI 3 7 9 0 5 3 2 2 3 18 2 1 3 PITCHER Cain Lowry Morris Schmidt Wright PITCHER Accardo Benitez Fassero Kline Munter Taschner Walker Worrell

GIANTS PITCHERS CAREER AT PETCO PARK W-L-S ----0-0-0 0-1-0 2-2-0 0-1-0 W-L-S 0-1-0 0-0-1 0-2-0 ----0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-2 STARTERS ERA -.-2.25 31.50 6.14 3.65 BULLPEN ERA 2.25 0.00 5.40 -.-0.00 3.00 1.23 1.80 G -2 1 4 2 G 4 1 6 -2 3 5 5 IP -.12.0 2.0 22.0 12.1 IP 4.0 1.0 10.0 -.2.0 3.0 7.1 5.0 H -9 5 26 15 H 3 0 14 -2 3 5 5 ER -3 7 15 5 ER 1 0 6 -0 1 1 1

GIANTS VS. PADRES Since 1969: 327-284 2006 MEETINGS (Season series, 0-0) AT&T PARK PETCO PARK (0-0 in 2006, 33-20 all-time) (0-0 in 2006, 6-13 all-time) D W/L SC WINNER/LOSER D W/L SC WINNER/LOSER 5/1 4/3 5/2 4/4 7/20 4/5 7/21 6/30 7/22 7/1 7/23 7/2 9/8 8/14 9/9 8/15 9/10 8/16 8/17 SERIES NOTES...Giants are just 13-24 vs. Padres since beginning of 2004... • Prior to 2004, Giants had rolled to 42-15 mark vs. Padres previous 3 years, posting 14-5 record for 3 consecutive seasons (20012003)... • SF has lost 13 of 19 contests at PETCO Park, however 16 games have been decided by 3 runs-or-less... • SF owns 33-20 advantage over Padres at AT&T Park...Giants took 2 of 3 contests the last time the Friars visited the Shores of McCovey Cove Sept. 12-14, 2005...were swept by Friars in 3game set on Shores of McCovey Cove May 27-29, marking 1st SD brooming in SF since since Sept. 25-27, 1995... CATCHER Greene Matheny SF Totals G ----

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GIANTS MONTHLY BREAKDOWN Month W-L April -May -June -July -August -Sept./Oct. -AVG .--.--.--.--.--.--R ------R/G HR -.--.--.--.--.--.-ERA -.--.--.--.--.--.-IP -.-.-.-.-.-.H ------BB ------SO -------

THE DISABLED AND BEREAVEMENT LIST Player Benitez Team Note: Players in italics are currently on DL Injury Left knee bursitis Date April 2Games SF's W-L 0 0-0 0

FRESNO GRIZZLIES Triple-A • Shane Turner Coast League 0-0 1st place -.- GB • Grizzlies open 2006 season Thursday at Las Vegas (LAD)...home opener is April 14 vs. Tacoma (SEA)...

CONNETICUT DEFENDERS Double-A • Dave Machemer Eastern League 0-0 1st place -.- GB • Defenders begin play Thursday at home vs. Portland (BOS)...

SAN JOSE GIANTS Single-A • Lenn Sakata California League 0-0 1st place -.- GB • 2005 California League Champions open season Thursday in home contest vs. Visalia (TB)...

AUGUSTA GREENJACKETS Single-A • Roberto Kelly South Atlantic League 0-0 1st place -.- GB • Greenjackets begin 2006 campaign Thursday at Charleston (NYY)...home opener is April 11 vs. Greenville (HOU)...

SALEM-KEIZER VOLCANOES Rookie • Steve Decker Northwest League 0-0 1st place -.- GA • Volcanoes begin season June 19 at Spokane (TEX)...

ARIZONA GIANTS Rookie • Bert Hunter Arizona Summer League 0-0 1st place -.- GA • 2-time defending Arizona League Champions open season June 22 at Athletics...