San Francisco Giants-Cincinnati Reds Game 1 lineups

San Francisco Giants-Cincinnati Reds Game 1 lineups

Francisco : IN : USA | Oct 06, 2012 at 3:13 PM PDT
Source: The Mercury News
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Matt Cain lost both his starts against the Cincinnati Reds this season and gave up eight total runs, but felt he threw well both times. Cain will start for the Giants tonight in Game 1. "My goal with a team that's patient is to make good quality strikes," Cain said. "I'm trying to go out there and... FULL ARTICLE AT The Mercury News
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