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Topic - Matt Cain
Jayson Werth hit his first homer in almost a month and drove in three runs, and the Nationals capitalized on Matt Cain's erratic start to beat the San Francisco Giants 6-2 Wednesday night for their fourth straight win.
Jayson Werth hit his first homer in almost a month and drove in three runs, and the Washington Nationals beat the San Francisco Giants 6-2 on Wednesday night for their fourth straight win.
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.
San Francisco Giants right-hander Matt Cain will miss at least one start because of a strained right hamstring.
San Francisco Giants starter Matt Cain left the game after three innings Wednesday night against the Colorado Rockies with a strained right hamstring.
Matt Cain's winless drought is over, even though the Giants' three-time All-Star pitcher is still struggling with some of his mechanics.
The San Francisco Giants' bullpen did not live up to the major league-best 1.75 ERA they started the day with.
Once they got Matt Cain out of the game, Yasiel Puig and the Los Angeles Dodgers roughed up the San Francisco Giants' stellar bullpen.
The San Francisco Giants have reinstated right-hander Matt Cain from the 15-day disabled list to start Saturday's game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, and placed first baseman Brandon Belt on the 15-day DL.
Yusmeiro Petit had all of an hour to prepare for his spot start, and he hadn't thrown off a mound for seven days while only playing catch. There was no time to study San Diego's hitters, either.
Just as Eric Stults figured, the San Francisco Giants came out aggressive from the first pitch.
Giants pitcher Matt Cain was scratched from his scheduled start Tuesday night against San Diego after cutting the tip of his right index finger once at the ballpark.
Years later and some 500 miles to the south, Tyson Ross still considers the San Francisco Giants to be rivals.
The San Francisco Giants have played eight straight games decided by one run, losing four of them.
A momentary lack of focus turned out to be just enough to wipe out Matt Cain's best outing of the year and keep the former Giants ace winless in three starts.
"I made three really big mistakes to guys who can drive the ball well. That's what ended up changing the game and that's what ended up costing us," Cain said. "I don't want to nibble and I don't want to go away from the strike zone. I'm going to try to attack guys. Obviously, you want to keep the ball in the park, but I've always been a guy that can elevate the ball. But sometimes when it's elevated to certain guys and you leave in certain areas, it's prone to go out."
"I made three really big mistakes to guys who can drive the ball well. That's what ended up changing the game and that's what ended up costing us," Cain said. "Obviously, you want to keep the ball in the park, but I've always been a guy that can elevate the ball. But sometimes when it's elevated to certain guys and you leave in certain areas, it's prone to go out. I don't want to nibble and I don't want to go away from the strike zone. I'm going to try to attack guys."