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    Cain vs Lee

    Watching that game last night it was one of the best pitching duels i have ever seen

    cain 9 innings 2 hits 1 walk 4 k's 91 pitches-64 strikes

    lee 10 innings 7 hits 0 walks 7 k's 102 pitches-81 strikes, 3 forced dp's

    what amazes me most is how quickly both lee and cain worked throwing only 201 combined pitches. what are your thoughts on this game and where it ranks on the all time list of great pitching duels?

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    matt cain is good at baseball
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    Both are great pitchers, but neither of the offenses did themselves any favors

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    Cain vs Lee

    I'm just glad we locked Cain up long term as with Bumgarner

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    Cain would get so much more recognition on a team that could produce some run support.

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    I was at the game last night and a lot of fans were complaining about the lack of offense. I enjoyed the pitching just as much as I would have enjoyed an offensive explosion. It was an amazing game to be at IMO. I saw two premier pitchers duel it out, mowing people down, inducing double plays, and just keeping the respective opponent's offense at bay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_jon View Post
    Cain would get so much more recognition on a team that could produce some run support.
    Like the phillies? Jk

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    Quote Originally Posted by ESaady View Post
    I was at the game last night and a lot of fans were complaining about the lack of offense. I enjoyed the pitching just as much as I would have enjoyed an offensive explosion. It was an amazing game to be at IMO. I saw two premier pitchers duel it out, mowing people down, inducing double plays, and just keeping the respective opponent's offense at bay.
    Those are what we would call Bandwagoners....i would take a pitching duel over a 10-8 game probably 9/10 times
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    Quote Originally Posted by SFGiants4life View Post
    Those are what we would call Bandwagoners....i would take a pitching duel over a 10-8 game probably 9/10 times
    If I was at the ballpark I'd want to see some offense. When I'm at home and I can see the movement on pitches so much better I hope to see great pitching. At the park, I want to see runs.

    edit: But no, you wouldn't catch me complaining at all about last night's game.
    Last edited by giants73756; 04-19-2012 at 03:45 PM.

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    Someone told me that Lee guy is good at baseball.

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    11-1| 99.2 IP| 10.20 K/9| 1.44 BB/9| 0.90 HR/9| 1.99 ERA| 2.70 FIP| 2.32 xFIP| 2.9 fWAR

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    Watching Lee's curveball almost made me cry a few times last night

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_jon View Post
    Cain would get so much more recognition on a team that could produce some run support.
    Very true.

    He'd also get more recognition if ESPN etc. moved away from caring about a pitcher's W-L record as their main metric.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yankees 1903 View Post
    Someone told me that Lee guy is good at baseball.
    They weren't lying.

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    If bochy had theriot bunt with pill on 2nd or if pagan wasn't a slapdick we would be talking about Cains back to back complete game shutouts

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    Quote Originally Posted by raidersrock99 View Post
    If bochy had theriot bunt with pill on 2nd or if pagan wasn't a slapdick we would be talking about Cains back to back complete game shutouts
    I think the Phillies you have boys beat in the "our manager makes ******** moves" department

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