San Francisco Giants

March 9, 2015 5:09 PM

A healthy Matt Cain is more than able in his Giants spring training debut

Giants pitcher needed just 20 pitches to complete two perfect innings, facing a lineup that looked similar to what the Dodgers will use in the regular season.

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    Giants pitcher Matt Cain has raised the price of his Paradise Valley, Ariz. home after it failed to sell last year. Photos courtesy of Realtor.com. Reporting by Lauren Beale for the Los Angeles Times.