San Francisco Giants

June 8, 2014 7:31 PM

Bochy finds little not to like after Giants sweep Mets, improving baseball’s best record

SAN FRANCISCO -- After the Giants won for the 42nd time in their first 63 games on Sunday by what’s becoming a familiar, all-hands-on-deck formula -- six innings by Tim Lincecum and three scoreless from the bullpen; RBIs from Brandon Crawford, Brandon Hicks and the surprise contributor du jour, Gregor Blanco -- manager Bruce Bochy was asked in all seriousness if there’s anything he doesn’t like about his team right now.

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