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Giants rally from behind, give Cain his first win


San Francisco Giants pitcher Matt Cain won his first of the season after a battle from behind against the Miami Marlins. Despite a less than perfect win, Cain has no room to complain.

Recently missing a few games due to cutting his hand, Cain is back and attempting to regain momentum. Despite giving up four runs in three innings, Cain kept his composure.

“He didn’t cave in,” Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. “He gave up four runs in the first three innings and here he is in the eighth. It says a lot about him. Good for him. It’s got to be a good feeling.”

An even better feeling seeing as Cain has not won a game since August 17, 2013, ironically against Miami.

“I made some bad pitches and those guys really capitalized on it,” Cain said.

But Cain was able to steady his arm and begin pitching better. The game resulted in a 6-4 win for the Giants.

 

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