CSN Channel locations for Wednesday, April 6

CSN Channel locations for Wednesday, April 6

CHANNEL LISTINGSLOCATIONS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6

Comcast SportsNet Bay Area
3:30pm Giants @ San Diego Padres (with 3p Pregame & 6:30p Postgame)
7:30pm Warriors vs. LA Lakers(with 7p Pregame & 10p Postgame)

Comcast Cable channel 40 (SD), 720 (HD)
AT&T U-Verse channel 770 (SD), 1770 (HD)
Dish Network channel 419 (SDHD)
DirecTV channel 696 (SDHD)

Comcast SportsNet California
5:30pm - Kings @ San Antonio Spurs

Comcast Cable (SacramentoCentral Valley) channel 34 (SD)
Comcast Cable (Bay Area) NA
AT&T U-Verse channel 767 (SD)
Dish Network channel 409 (SD)DirecTV channel 698 (SD)

Availability pending NBA territory restrictions; Cable systems in Non-Kings territory will receive As-Blue Jays & Sharks-Ducks in full on CSNCA main channel
CSN California Plus
4:00pm As @ Toronto Blue Jays(with 3:30pm Pregame)

Comcast Cable (in the Bay Area) channel 41 (SD), 721 (HD)
Comcast Cable (SacramentoCentral Valley) Comcast Hometown Network channel 104 (SD), 780 (HD)
AT&T U-Verse channel 768 (SD), 1768 (HD)
Dish Network channel 474 (SD), 9519 (HD)
DirecTV channel 699 (SD),699-1 (HD)
Mediacom channel 20 (SD only)

7:00pm Sharks @ Anaheim Ducks(with 9:30pm Postgame)

Comcast Cable (in the Bay Area) channel 41 (SD), 721 (HD)
Comcast Cable (SacramentoCentral Valley) 410 (SD), 780 (HD)
AT&T U-Verse channel 771 (SD), 1771 (HD)
Dish Network channel 447 (SD), 9518 (HD)
DirecTV channel 697 (SD),697-1 (HD)

Cable systems in Non-Kings territory will receive As-Blue Jays & Sharks-Ducks in full on CSNCA main channel

Manaea hurt in A's 8-5 loss to Angels

Manaea hurt in A's 8-5 loss to Angels

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The A's fell to the Angels 8-5 Wednesday night in Anaheim, but the bigger loss was Sean Manaea to a left shoulder injury.

Manaea left after two innings with tightness in his throwing shoulder.

Yonder Alonso was the offensive star for the A's with a home run and three RBI. Matt Joyce added a two-run homer in the eighth.

Instant Replay: Arroyo, Morse go deep, Giants walk off on Dodgers

Instant Replay: Arroyo, Morse go deep, Giants walk off on Dodgers

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SAN FRANCISCO — Michael Morse hoped to bring a little levity to a battered clubhouse Wednesday. On his first day as a Giant since the 2014 World Series, he ended up bringing the most thrilling win of the season. 

Morse’s pinch-hit homer in the eighth shook AT&T Park and tied the game. His good friend Hunter Pence won it with a sacrifice fly in the 10th, giving the Giants a 4-3 win over the Dodgers. 

The 10th-inning rally started with Gorkys Hernandez’s single off Ross Stripling. Hernandez stole second and Conor Gillaspie drew a walk, and both runners were safe when Adrian Gonzalez went to third on Nick Hundley’s bunt. Pence flied out to deep left on the 10th pitch of his at-bat. The Giants had been 0-13 when trailing after seven. Morse  helped change all that.

Morse’s homer came an inning after Christian Arroyo’s first career homer. The newcomers saved a night that started with nothing but failure. 

The Giants entered with four games this month where they failed to put a runner on the first time through the order. Lefty Alex Wood stayed with the theme. Brandon Belt finally touched first with a one-out walk in the fourth but it wasn’t until the sixth that a Giant — Drew Stubbs — picked up a hit.

By that time, the Dodgers led 3-0. Johnny Cueto worked around some early trouble but Corey Seager got to him in the sixth. The young shortstop led off with a mammoth blast on a 3-2 pitch that landed a couple dozen rows up in left-center. The homer was tracked at 462 feet per Statcast, tied for the longest in the Majors this season.

The Dodgers went up 2-0 when Chase Utley blooped a single to left with the bases loaded. Utley was 1-for-31 at the time. Andrew Toles beat out a grounder to bring home a third run. 

The Giants looked dead in the water, but Wood — the Dodgers’ swingman — was pulled after 77 pitches and old friend Sergio Romo immediately opened the door. Buster Posey hit a one-out single and Arroyo lined a slider just over the fence in left-center.

Morse’s first at-bat as a Giant in three years sent an even bigger charge through the park. He got a 97 mph fastball from Pedro Baez with two strikes and blasted it to left. Morse held his arm up right away and screamed as he rounded first.

Starting pitching report: Cueto was charged with three runs on seven hits and two walks. He’ll finish April with a 5.10 ERA and 1.40 WHIP. After holding opposing hitters to a .238 average last year, he’s getting hit at a .271 clip this season. 

Bullpen report: Steven Okert did a great job of settling the place down, throwing a scoreless inning before Arroyo’s homer and retiring two more immediately after. 

At the plate: The 21-year-old Arroyo calmly clapped his hands once as he rounded first. He was pushed out of the dugout for a curtain call as the park roared. Most impressive of all, his mom, Kimberly, didn’t drop a single nacho as she celebrated in the stands.

In the field: Stubbs made a diving catch to open the seventh and Gorkys Hernandez followed with a nifty sliding catch at the wall.

Attendance: The Giants announced a crowd of 41,572 human beings. Thursday will be the 500th consecutive (announced) sellout.

Up next: Matt Moore (1-3, 5.87 ERA) will try to turn his month around. The Dodgers will trot out young lefty Julio Urias, who spent three weeks in the minors to control his innings count.