I work in the Coca-Cola Fan Lot at AT&T Park and Wednesday was just like any other day, or so I thought. As my co-workers and I were getting ready to start the night we were expecting a good game with Cain on the hill, but nothing like what we saw. Cain wasn’t the only one on fire for the Giants on the night of June 13th, which will go down in history forever, the offense was also ready to go.
Going into today’s game the series versus the San Diego Padres was all tied up at 1 game a piece. The Giants have been on a roll as of late and wanted to steal the last game from the struggling San Diego Padres. And who better to give the Giants that chance other than their own Matt Cain? No one. Cain pitched 7 innings giving up 3 unearned runs, due to our continuous bad play in the field. But thankfully to our big bats that came out swinging today that didn’t matter. Posey, Pagan, and Blanco all went deep in the game and the Giants ended up taking the win 8-3 and also the series in San Diego. Continue reading