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Probable Pitchers

San Francisco Giants vs. Colorado Rockies

, Coors Field
Matt Cain, RHP
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    Matt Cain, last 3 starts
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    Matt Cain, last 5 years vs. COL
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Cain has nothing to show for his last two games despite allowing one earned run over 14 innings in that span. He also walked five and struck out 16 in those games. Cain has a 3.50 ERA in three road starts.

Tyler Chatwood, RHP
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    Tyler Chatwood, last 3 starts
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    Tyler Chatwood, regular season
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    Tyler Chatwood, last 5 years vs. SF
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In his last outing, Chatwood forced the Phillies into 14 groundball outs and held them to two hits and one unearned run in seven innings of a home win. Chatwood also pitched well against the Giants in an earlier start.

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Cleveland Indians vs. San Francisco Giants

, AT&T Park
Carlos Carrasco, RHP
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    Carlos Carrasco, last 5 years vs. SF
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Carrasco was perfect through three innings Sunday before unraveling in a 5 2/3-inning outing against Toronto. The right-hander was charged with five runs (four earned on five hits, ending with five strikeouts and three walks.

Tim Hudson, RHP
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    Tim Hudson, last 5 years vs. CLE
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In a hard-luck loss Saturday at San Diego, Hudson allowed two runs on eight hits with four strikeouts in seven innings. He walked none for the fourth straight game to extend his season-opening streak to 30 consecutive innings without a free pass.

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Cleveland Indians vs. San Francisco Giants

, AT&T Park
Zach McAllister, RHP
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    Zach McAllister, last 3 starts
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    Zach McAllister, last 5 years vs. SF
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McAllister has been a stabilizing presence in the Tribe's inconsistent rotation. In his last three outings, he has given up three earned runs on 15 hits in 19 2/3 innings (1.37 ERA) with 13 strikeouts and three walks.

Tim Lincecum, RHP
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    Tim Lincecum, last 3 starts
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    Tim Lincecum, last 5 years vs. CLE
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Lincecum earned his first win of the season Sunday, allowing three runs on seven hits and three walks with seven strikeouts in six innings against the Padres. It was also his first quality start of the year.

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Cleveland Indians vs. San Francisco Giants

, AT&T Park
Danny Salazar, RHP
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    Danny Salazar, last 3 starts
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    Danny Salazar, last 5 years vs. SF
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Salazar's early-season struggles continued Tuesday, when he gave up five runs (four earned) in 4 1/3 innings against the Royals. The right-hander has allowed 14 earned runs in 12 2/3 innings in his last three starts.

Ryan Vogelsong, RHP
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    Ryan Vogelsong, last 3 starts
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    Ryan Vogelsong, regular season
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    Ryan Vogelsong, last 5 years vs. CLE
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Vogelsong had little command Monday in Colorado, elevating his pitches and coming out after 1 1/3 innings, his shortest outing in 82 starts as a Giant. He gave up five runs on three homers. He never found his rhythm, and the Rockies took advantage.

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