Posts Tagged ‘Matt Cain’
AT&T PARK — Matt Cain bounced back, but the Giants’ bats couldn’t muster any run support.
It doesn’t take a Ph.D or ninja skills to know that the Giants haven’t fared well away from AT&T Park.
Matt Cain will get the Opening Day start down at Chavez Ravine against the pesky Los Angeles Dodgers.
For the last time, Giants Nation, we aren’t out if yet. Plenty of teams have gone 0-2 in the LDS and have come back to win the series.
You’re all true-bleeding Orange & Black fans, yeah? Then stop your boo-hoo-ing and continue supporting the guys.
It’s time to look at what the Giants need to do to push towards October. So pull up that stool and let’s get down to business.
The man who just pitched his franchise’s first perfect game was given yet another honor Monday.
The Giants’ shutout streak didn’t last long against the Reds Friday night. In fact, it didn’t even make it past the first pitch.
Even the perfection of Matt Cain couldn’t rescue a boring and unfunny Top Ten List on David Letterman last night.
I’ve gone to hundreds of baseball games in my life, but the one thing I really, really want to see is a no-hitter or perfect game. We sold our tickets this afternoon.
Dear Torture, feel free to take the night off. Actually, feel free to take a couple nights off. The Horse has just put you in your place.
Five times in his rock-solid career, Matt Cain carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning. Wednesday night, Cain took it all the way. And then some.
The Giants have locked up star hurler Matt Cain with a record-breaking $127 million deal.
With time running out, the Giants and Matt Cain aren’t moving any closer to a deal.
The much-hated New York Yankees have been unusually quiet this offseason. And there appears to be a good reason.