Osuna came on for the eighth inning and needed just five pitches to earn a 1-2-3 inning. It was his first appearance since being acquired from the Toronto Blue Jays. He was activated from the restricted list on Sunday after serving an 80-game suspension for the domestic violence case that is still going on. That incident, which involves his now ex-girlfriend, dates back to May 5th, and he is scheduled to appear in court next on September 5th.
Giants closer Will Smith suffered the blown save and his second loss after giving up the three-spot in the ninth, as the Giants dropped back to .500, despite being nine games over .500 at home. It was Smith's second blown save in nine chances, as he walked Alex Bregman and Yuli Gurriel to set up Gonzalez's game-winner.
Hector Rondon came on for the ninth to record his 12th save in 15 tries, as the game lasted just two hours, 26 minutes at AT&T Park. It was a pitching duel between the starters, as Derek Rodriguez allowed three hits over seven shutout innings and struck out seven without a walk for the Giants. He has been hot as of late, allowing less than three runs in 10 of his 11 major league starts. Charlie Morton retaliated by striking out eight over seven innings. He gave up three hits, including Brandon Crawford's solo home run.
The short, two-game series will wrap up with a matinee matchup on Tuesday.