Matt Cain's Decline Leaves Giants With Few OptionsNicknamed "The Horse," Cain once had a reputation of an innings-eater. He posted more than 200 innings in six-straight seasons from 2007-2013, but hasn't done it since.
Cain Knocked Out Early In 1st Start Back; Giants Fall To SoxCain gave up three homers in just 2 1/3 innings - two of them to Hanley Ramirez - as the Boston Red Sox completed a two-game interleague sweep over San Francisco, 11-7.
Boston Shuts Out Giants 4-0Brock Holt hit a solo homer off Peavy in the third, then David Ortiz hit a three-run shot in the fourth and Boston beat San Francisco 4-0.
A's Problems are Giants' Fault; The Drive - 7/19/16Dave is back with Kayte & Nate! The gang is all here for Tuesday sports talk on KHTK.
5 Things: All-Star Home Runs To Remember And A Giant NightmareMiami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton put on the kind of power display in the All-Star Home Run Derby baseball fans only have dreamed about, while San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Johnny Cueto didn't fare so well in the actual game itself. Coming out of the All-Star break, the Marlins used Stanton's momentum to win two of three against the St. Louis Cardinals over the weekend, while the Giants fell into a funk in San Diego, losing three straights to the Padres.
3 Things To Watch For During Giants' Second HalfThe best record in baseball + an even year = a great chance for another World Series.
MLB 5 Things: Cubs Down, Giants UpFor all the noise about the Chicago Cubs this season, it's now the San Francisco Giants with the best record in baseball. Of course, that doesn't mean anything come October, as the Giants well know: Each of their last three World Series titles have come when they did not have the best record in the National League.
Giants' Cueto To Start All-Star GameAccording to John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Giants pitcher Johnny Cueto will be the National team's starting pitcher on the mound for Tuesday's All-Star Game in San Diego.
Bumgarner Pitches 1-Hit Gem, Giants Blank Diamondbacks 4-0Madison Bumgarner allowed Arizona's only hit with one out in the eighth inning and matched a career high with 14 strikeouts to lead the San Francisco Giants over the Diamondbacks 4-0 on Sunday night.
5 Things: Midwest And West Coast Baseball Is Where It's AtWith just one week to go before the 2016 Midsummer Classic, the Major League Baseball action just gets better and better. Last week, we saw history from a Chicago Cubs third baseman, while the Oakland Athletics demonstrated they're still the dominant Bay Area baseball franchise. Teams in Cleveland and Detroit put together big win streaks, while a San Diego Padres outfielder became a one-man show—and the Los Angeles Angels scored three touchdowns in Fenway Park.
All-Star Arenado's 3-Run Homer Lifts Rockies Past GiantsAll-Star Nolan Arenado hit a go-ahead three-run home run in the seventh inning to give Colorado the big hit it has missed for much of the past week.
Angel Pagan, Buster Posey Bring Fireworks For San Francisco Giants WinAngel Pagan hit a two-run homer, Buster Posey also connected to back Jake Peavy, and the San Francisco Giants beat the Colorado Rockies 3-1 on Monday.

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