Lincecum extends to five in a row against Rockies

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Lincecum extends to five in a row against Rockies

Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum extended his road winning streak to a career best five in a row against the Rockies, pitching six innings for a 8-3 win Wednesday night.
Adam Ottavino and the Rockies pitching staff struggled Wednesday, giving up eight runs, including three hits to Marco Scutaro.
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The Giants last lost a series on the road July 6-8 when they dropped two of three in Pittsburgh. ... Rockies C Ramon Hernandez had a second MRI on his injured left hamstring after the results of the first were inconclusive. Results from the second MRI were pending. ... Giants CF Angel Pagan was held out of the starting lineup after a callous on his left hand cracked, causing a cut. He made an appearance as a pinch-hitter in the eighth and finished the game in center. ... The Giants have an off day Thursday. ... RHP Matt Cain (13-5) is slated to start Friday night’s game at Arizona against the Diamondbacks’ Tyler Skaggs (1-1). ... Since July 1, Brandon Crawford is hitting .441 (15 for 34) against left-handed pitching. ... Slumping Giants 3B Pablo Sandoval was given the night off. ... The Rockies also have Thursday off, their final off day of the season. ... Penny Chenery, a resident of nearby Boulder who owned and bred 1973 Triple Crown winner Secretariat, attended the game. ... With his 24th homer, Willin Rosario tied Troy Tulowitzki for second-most homers by a Rockies’ rookie in team history.

Lincecum extends to five in a row against Rockies

Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum extended his road winning streak to a career best five in a row against the Rockies, pitching six innings for a 8-3 win Wednesday night.
Adam Ottavino and the Rockies pitching staff struggled Wednesday, giving up eight runs, including three hits to Marco Scutaro.
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