Right-hander Matt Cain has been placed on the 15-day disabled list a day after being hit in the pitching arm on a line drive from Pittsburgh’s Gaby Sanchez.
Giants right-hander Matt Cain departed in the fourth inning of San Francisco’s 10-5 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates on Thursday night after getting hit on his pitching arm by a line drive from Gaby Sanchez. X-rays on Cain’s bruised forearm were negative.
Right-hander Matt Cain left his start against the Pittsburgh Pirates in the top of the fourth inning Thursday night after getting hit in the pitching arm on a line drive by Pittsburgh’s Gaby Sanchez.
Matt Cain allowed two runs and four hits in seven innings, struck out six and didn’t walk a batter for the fifth time this year—but it wasn’t enough with little help from a stagnant offense.
Cain has been solid since the All-Star break, though, and he’ll look to help deal the Milwaukee Brewers a fifth loss in six games as the last-place clubs continue their series Tuesday night.
Each team sends disappointing starters to the mound Thursday night, as Cole Hamels looks to help Philadelphia avoid a 10th loss in 11 games while facing Matt Cain and visiting San Francisco.
Former Giants prospect Zack Wheeler pitched seven sharp innings, Marlon Byrd homered again and the New York Mets completed their first sweep in San Francisco since 1994 with a 7-2 win Wednesday.
San Francisco hopes for a strong bounce-back effort Wednesday from Matt Cain as the Giants face their former draft pick Zack Wheeler of the NY Mets for the first time.
Not long after his earliest exit in nearly four years, Matt Cain sat in the Giants’ dugout and stared blankly at the floor.
Juan Perez hit a tiebreaking single with two outs in the eighth inning and the San Francisco Giants beat San Diego 5-4 on Tuesday night, snapping the Padres’ seven-game winning streak.