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49 Facts About Madison Bumgarner
2. Madison Bumgarner is entering the final year of his contract with the Giants and was scheduled to make $12 million in 2019.
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8. Madison Bumgarner holds the record as the youngest pitcher with left-handed playing style who achieved the feat by having eight scoreless innings in 2010 World Series in Game 4.
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9. Madison Bumgarner has a vital role in his team, San Francisco Giants for he serves as the strikeout leader.
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11. Madison Bumgarner married Ali Saunders on February 14, 2010, in a private ceremony in which he wore jeans.
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16. Madison Bumgarner broke Juan Marichal's San Francisco milestone when Marichal was 27 years, 288 days old in 1965.
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19. Madison Bumgarner tied Christy Mathewson for second all-time in franchise history in double-digit strikeout games.
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24. Madison Bumgarner set all-time MLB records for lowest World Series ERA among pitchers of at least twenty-five innings pitched and three starts, and was the first pitcher in World Series history to pitch a shutout with at least eight strikeouts and no walks.
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26. Madison Bumgarner tied the all-time MLB records for grand slams in a career and in a single season by a pitcher with two.
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28. Madison Bumgarner became the first pitcher to begin his World Series career with fifteen scoreless innings since Bruce Hurst did so in 1986.
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30. Madison Bumgarner finished in eleventh place for the National League Cy Young Award voting by the Baseball Writers' Association of America.
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32. On June 26, 2010, Madison Bumgarner was called up again to join the club, facing the Boston Red Sox the next day.
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33. Madison Bumgarner made four appearances with the Giants in 2009, posting an ERA of 1.80, striking out ten batters, and pitching ten innings.
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34. Madison Bumgarner was older only than Mike McCormick, who started two games for the Giants—as a nineteen-year-old—in 1956, when the team was still in New York.
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35. Madison Bumgarner began the 2009 season with the Giants' High-A affiliate, the San Jose Giants of the California League.
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38. Madison Bumgarner was born August 1, 1989, in Hickory, North Carolina, and grew up in an area ten miles away nicknamed "Bumtown" because of the abundance of people with the surname Bumgarner who have lived there over the years after their ancestors had arrived from Germany.
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43. Madison Bumgarner surrendered a grand slam to future teammate Justin Ruggiano in the top of the fourth inning and proceeded to hit a two-run home run off of Jacob deGrom in the bottom of the fourth inning.
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44. Madison Bumgarner finished in sixth place for the National League Cy Young Award voting by the Baseball Writers' Association of America.
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47. Madison Bumgarner finished in ninth place for the National League Cy Young Award voting by the Baseball Writers' Association of America.
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49. Madison Bumgarner has won three World Series championships and two Silver Slugger Awards (2014, 2015).
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