The San Francisco Giants pitching is running smooth like a well oiled machine. Madison Bumgarner tossed a 1 hit shutout to an outstanding Reds offense. The G-men haven’t allowed a run since Sunday (36 scoreless innings) in Oakland. That’s the longest streak in franchise history since 1948. Bumgarner is also the first Giants pitcher to hit double digits (10) in the win column.
The Giants are 17-9 in the month of June, and that’s the league best record. These Giants are clicking on all cylinders right now, and there is no signs of them slowing down. Matt Cain takes the mound tonight and is looking to keep the shutout streak intact or at least the win streak. Cain’s career against the Reds is 4-4 wit ha 3.19 ERA.
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~King of Cali (Steven)
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