SAN FRANCISCO -- Fresh off a 20-day stretch in May in which they played every day and had a seven-game cross-country road trip, the Giants now play a June schedule in which they don't leave the West Coast, and only leave California once -- a three-game trip to Seattle.
"It's going to be nice for us," Bochy said. "We'll have no excuse now. We should be well rested."
June, though, will bring matchups against three current division leaders in the Dodgers, Rangers and Reds.
"At the same time, the worst thing that we can do is look at that or the team we're playing and drop our guard," Bochy said. "All these clubs are good teams, just look at their records."