Brandon Belt has been on fire at the plate. He homered in all three games of a series against the Reds at AT&T Park that started with two Giants wins and ended Wednesday with a 6-3 Reds victory.

Belt’s strike-zone awareness has been off the charts, a huge reason he will take a .301 average into Thursday night’s series opener against the Rockies.

When Wednesday’s loss ended with Belt looking at a full-count third strike from Rafael Iglesias, leaving Brandon Crawford at first base and Evan Longoria on deck, Belt was not happy. …continue reading here…