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Probable Pitchers

San Francisco Giants vs. San Diego Padres

, Petco Park
Matt Cain, RHP
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    Matt Cain, last 3 starts
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    Matt Cain, last 5 years vs. SD
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After two subpar starts, Cain looked more like a three-time All-Star selection last Saturday against Colorado. His fastball still reached 93 mph in the seventh inning as he struck out eight, three more than in his previous two starts combined.

Tyson Ross, RHP
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    Tyson Ross, last 3 starts
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Ross retired the first seven Detroit batters he faced the last time out en route to a gem, as he allowed one run in seven innings with seven strikeouts. A fix in his delivery helped smooth his mechanics, helping him with his overall command.

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San Francisco Giants vs. San Diego Padres

, Petco Park
Tim Hudson, RHP
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    Tim Hudson, last 3 starts
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    Tim Hudson, regular season
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The three-time All-Star has worked 23 innings without walking a batter, the franchise's longest season-opening streak of not issuing a free pass. Atlee Hammaker set the previous mark of 21 innings in 1983.

Eric Stults, LHP
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Stults struggled with baserunners in his last start against the Rockies, surrendering nine hits and two walks in five innings. He allowed four runs (three earned) and essentially had traffic on the bases his entire outing.

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San Francisco Giants vs. San Diego Padres

, Petco Park
Tim Lincecum, RHP
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Lincecum returns to the scene of his no-hitter last July 13. This will be his second Petco Park appearance since that gem. He allowed five runs in 5 2/3 innings but received the decision in a 13-5 Giants triumph last Sept. 4.

Robbie Erlin, LHP
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Erlin couldn't hold a lead the last time out as he yielded three runs on six hits in 4 2/3 innings against the Rockies. His command was good, as he had one walk with seven strikeouts, but the Rockies were able to square him up later in the outing.

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San Francisco Giants vs. Colorado Rockies

, Coors Field
Ryan Vogelsong, RHP
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Vogelsong generated momentum against the Dodgers last Wednesday, lasting past five innings for the first time this year. He regained the sharpness that made him a mainstay of the rotation in 2011-12, throwing first-pitch strikes to 16 of 21 batters.

Jorge De La Rosa, LHP
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    Jorge De La Rosa, last 5 years vs. SF
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Mixing his pitches and avoiding the tendency to overthrow that marred his first three starts, De La Rosa went six innings on 90 pitches at San Diego in his last outing. Infield hits and other misfortune led to a loss.

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San Francisco Giants vs. Colorado Rockies

, Coors Field
To Be Announced

To Be Announced

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