COLORADO ROCKIES (26-21) @ SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS (26-21)
Game 1: Friday, May 24th @ 7:15 PM
3 Starts 9
2 Wins 3
0 Losses 3
2.55 ERA 4.70
1.59 WHIP 1.42
17.2 IP 53.2
12 K's 56
7 BB's 25
: Chatwood, in his second callup from Triple-A Colorado Springs, held the Giants to one run in 5 2/3 innings in a win Saturday. He has given up three or fewer runs in nine of his 11 career starts against NL West foes.
: Lincecum has allowed six runs, tying a personal season high, in each of his previous outings this year against Colorado. He has made 25 career starts against Colorado, more than any other opponent.
Game 2: Saturday, May 25th @ 1:05 PM
9 Starts 9
4 Wins 3
1 Losses 3
4.86 ERA 3.91
1.32 WHIP 1.54
46.1 IP 50.2
32 K's 31
18 BB's 16
: Nicasio relied heavily on his fastball and found his secondary stuff was more effective than in previous outings Sunday afternoon, when he threw six innings during a 5-0 victory over the Giants at Coors Field.
: Zito also faced Colorado last Sunday. He left in the sixth inning with the Giants trailing only 3-0 but bequeathed two baserunners to reliever Jose Mijares, who allowed them to score. Zito had won his six previous decisions against the Rockies.
Game 3: Sunday, May 26th @ 1:05 PM
9 Starts 10
3 Wins 3
4 Losses 2
4.89 ERA 5.12
1.59 WHIP 1.17
52.0 IP 63.1
26 K's 56
15 BB's 19
: Garland has dropped four of his last five starts. His last outing saw him yield five runs on 11 hits against the D-backs. Some were grounders that found holes, but there was also some solid contact on pitches up in the zone.
: Cain's seven-inning, two-run effort against Washington in his last outing broke San Francisco's streak of seven consecutive games without a quality start. His 29 appearances against Colorado matches his second-highest total against any club.
Hopefully we're getting our PERFECT CAIN back!
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