Giants second baseman Marco Scutaro completed six innings in the Grizzlies' 14-2 win over the River Cats on Tuesday as he continues to rehab his back in an attempt to return this season.
Scutaro went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts and a run, one day after he went 1-for-3 with a run, an RBI and two strikeouts in his first Triple-A rehab game on Monday.
In his first at-bat, facing right-handed pitcher Zach Neal (2-4, 4.97 ERA), Scutaro reached on an error by shortstop Andy Parrino and scored on Adam Duvall's first of two home runs.
He flew out to center field to lead off the second and struck out looking on three pitches to end the third.
His final at-bat came in the fifth inning, following a leadoff double by Gary Brown against Phil Humber. In a 2-2 count, Scutaro swung and missed at strike three, failing to get the runner to third base.
Scutaro, 38, was replaced defensively by Nick Noonan to start the seventh.
He is 1-for-7 with two runs, one RBI and four strikeouts in two Triple-A games.
The Grizzlies collected 18 hits in the win with three each from Duvall, Gary Brown and Tony Abreu and two each from Ehire Adrianza, Andrew Susac, Travis Ishikawa and Darren Ford.