Looking good: Zito, Schierholtz both get married

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Looking good: Zito, Schierholtz both get married

Just last week we told you that Barry Zito had applied for a marriage license. This week, he and teammate Nate Schierholtz are married men after both tied the knot last Saturday. Zito was married in Marin Country, Schierholtz in Dallas, Texas.

Schierholtz, 27, married Kate Eveland, 26, a former guard on the San Diego State basketball team. Kate originally hails from Southlake, Texas.

PHOTO COURTESY: JOSEPH MARK PHOTOGRAPHY

Barry Zito, 33, married Amber Marie Seyer, a former Miss Teen Missouri USA and former Miss Missouri USA. Seyer, 25, is originally from Oran, MO. The two applied for their marriage license on Nov. 18.

PHOTOS COURTESY: WEDDINGSBYSASHAGULISH.COM

Comcast SportsNet wishes the very best to the new couples!

Giants lineup: Nunez in right field against Padres

Giants lineup: Nunez in right field against Padres

PROGRAMMING ALERT: Padres-Giants coverage begins at 5pm with Pregame Live on NBC Sports Bay Area and streaming right here.

With the Giants shuffling players around, Eduardo Nunez finds himself manning right field Saturday evening against the Padres.

San Diego Padres:
1. Manuel Margot (R) CF
2. Cory Spangenberg (L) LF
3. Wil Myers (R) 1B
4. Yangervis Solarte (S) 2B
5. Ryan Schimpf (L) 3B
6. Hunter Renfroe (R) RF
7. Austin Hedges (R) C
8. Erick Aybar (S) SS
9. Jhoulys Chacin (R) P

San Francisco Giants:
1. Joe Panik (L) 2B
2. Brandon Belt (L) LF
3. Buster Posey (R) C
4. Michael Morse (R) 1B
5. Christian Arroyo (R) SS
6. Conor Gillaspie (L) 3B
7. Eduardo Nunez (R) RF
8. Drew Stubbs (R) CF
9. Matt Cain (R) P

 

Giants move Crawford from bereavement list to 10-day DL

Giants move Crawford from bereavement list to 10-day DL

Brandon Crawford, who was already on the bereavement list, has been placed on the 10-day DL by the Giants on Saturday.

Crawford has already served three of the 10 days due to his stint on the bereavement list. The Giants' shortstop is dealing with a right groin strain.

In 21 games this season, Crawford is hitting .263/.284/.434 with two home runs. He won his second Gold Glove last season. 

Rookie Christian Arroyo is taking his place at shortstop on Saturday.