Worth noting

• First baseman Brandon Belt continued his impressive offensive display by tripling and scoring in Monday's fourth inning. Belt is 10-for-15 (.667) in his last four games. The Giants, who began Monday as one of six National League teams with a double figure home run total, received their 12th of the spring as Joaquin Arias cleared the left-field barrier in the first inning.

• Manager Bruce Bochy played Kensuke Tanaka at shortstop for all nine innings Monday in the continuing effort to determine whether the non-roster invitee can develop the versatility to play somewhere besides second base, his natural position. Tanaka started two double plays but struggled with a couple of backhanded fielding attempts. "He needs more work at shortstop," Bochy said, echoing previous comments. "That's why I left him in for nine innings."

• Giants players will receive a special treat Tuesday morning, when they'll be addressed by Hall of Famers Willie Mays, Orlando Cepeda and Gaylord Perry.