This season, Gabe Kapler has said "That can't happen" a lot when talking about how the Giants play on the field. On Friday

night, against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field, another thing that shouldn't have happened did.

In a fit of anger, Giants starting pitcher Alex Wood threw his glove into the air after Brian Serven hit a single in the second inning.  

The single to centre by Serven gave Wood his fourth baserunner of the inning. The Rockies' Randal Grichuk hit a single to start

the game, and then Elehuris Montero hit a two-run home run to centre, giving the Rockies a 2-0 lead. When Connor Joe walked

with one out, Serven hit the ball up the middle, which made Wood throw his glove.

Wood flipped his glove over his head and caught the bouncing ball before it even got to the outfield grass.

Last season, the Giants set a franchise record by winning 107 games. Going into Friday's game, they had a 59-59 record. They

are 22 and a half games behind the Los Angeles Dodgers, who are in first place in the National League West and have been 11-16 since the All-Star break.

Wood came into the game with an ERA of 4.18, which is likely to go up after his start on Friday night.

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