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Topic - Bruce Bochy
Tim Hudson still refuses to take credit for his quick start to the season.
Bruce Bochy had plenty of time to ponder this loss. Before two rain delays and after them, too, the San Francisco Giants offense came up empty.
Adam Wainwright had been the hottest pitcher in baseball going into Friday night's game against San Francisco.
Michael Morse rewarded his manager for giving him a rare day off.
San Francisco Giants pitcher Matt Cain was placed on the 15-day disabled list Friday with a strained right hamstring, one day ahead of his scheduled start against the St. Louis Cardinals.
The Chicago Cubs proved again Wednesday that they have at least been good at one thing besides mostly losing the last 50 years: breaking up no-hitters.
After a broken right ankle with Atlanta last year threatened to end his career, Tim Hudson has emerged as one of baseball's best and most surprising offseason additions.
Bruce Bochy remembered stressing out while watching Tim Lincecum labor through the final innings of his 148-pitch no-hitter at San Diego last July. The Giants manager said there was "no chance" of stretching out his starter again Wednesday, even after Lincecum logged five hitless innings.
San Francisco Giants right fielder Hunter Pence had a somber look on his face when he showed up to the ballpark Monday, pushing himself on a backup scooter the final few steps through the clubhouse.
Pablo Sandoval's surge continued. The San Francisco Giants' winning streak did not.
If Tim Lincecum wants to win without an overpowering fastball, he knows he will have to find his way through games when he is nowhere near his best.
Sergio Romo just missed with a strikeout pitch, issuing a leadoff walk instead. That was the start of his trouble.
Brandon Hicks believes he skimmed first base on a would-be double, yet he knows he cut it far too close.
Matt Cain's winless drought is over, even though the Giants' three-time All-Star pitcher is still struggling with some of his mechanics.
Jason Heyward knew he had to get creative, because he was still at least 10 feet from home plate when he saw Buster Posey catch the ball.
"It's hard enough to do one," Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. "To do two, that puts you in a little different class. I couldn't be happier."
"I think it's been a battle for him at times to make that transformation to what he is now," Bochy said. "Sometimes less is more, and that's what I think if anything, hopefully he learned today."