Romo Holds On To A 4-3 Win Over DBacks

The San Francisco Giants (45-51) and closer Sergio Romo (23 saves, 2.95 ERA) held on to a 4-3 win over National League West leaders, the Arizona Diamondbacks (50-47), to give starting pitcher Matt Cain (6-6, 5.00 ERA) his sixth win of the season. The Diamondbacks didn’t go down quietly as they tried to make a comeback in the ninth inning more »

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Giants Raise Flag, Shutout Cards

After an emotional pre-game celebration of the 2012 championship, Barry Zito picked up right where he left off last season with the Giants winning for the fifteenth consecutive time he started a game. Zito allowed just three hits over seven innings in the Giants home opener Friday, defeating the St. Louis Cardinals 1-0. The Cardinals season was ended last fall more »

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Giants Get Smoak’ed, Lose In Ninth Inning Walk Off

In an anticipated pitching duel, matching two of the best young arms in the majors today, Seattle’s Felix Hernandez (4-5) and San Francisco’s Madison Bumgarner (8-4) lived up to the billing, both pitching at least seven innings, only surrending one run a piece. While both pitchers dominated the opposition, neither one figured in the decision [...]

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Barry Zito, Giants, Shutout Chicago Cubs 2-0

Barry Zito continues to impress as he improved his 2012 record to 5-2 Sunday afternoon with a shutout of the Chicago Cubs at AT&T Park. Zito pitched 8 1/3 innings, allowing four hits and two walks, while striking out five batters. He never appeared in any trouble throughout the game, only allowing a single runner to reach second base all more »

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