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Topic - Hunter Pence
San Francisco Giants right fielder Hunter Pence's now-famous stolen scooter has been returned.
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.
Tim Lincecum pitched three strong innings and Hunter Pence homered as the San Francisco Giants beat the Kansas City Royals 5-0 on Friday.
Jon Singleton is considered the top first base prospect in baseball - a big, dynamic left-handed hitter with power and composure who can use the entire field.
Hunter Pence ranks in the top five in the National League in batting average, RBIs, doubles and hits. His recent 23-game hitting streak is the second longest in the majors this season.
Hustling between drills in his high socks and tight cap, Hunter Pence gives the young Houston Astros an old-school look.
He said he has no ill will toward the city, saying he has been overwhelmed by the outpouring of support on Twitter to find his lost scooter.