DENVER — Remember the 2019 Giants? The team with the lowest batting average in franchise history? The lineup that made fans feel lucky when they witnessed a four-run outburst?
If you’ve already forgotten what those days looked like, so did the offense that suddenly can’t be stopped.
The Giants arrived at Coors Field for a doubleheader Monday and scored a series worth of runs in the matinee matchup, exploding for four home runs and 21 hits in a 19-2 victory over the Rockies.
The 17-run margin of victory was the Giants’ largest since they defeated the Montreal Expos 18-0 on May 24, 2000.