Giants starter Tim Lincecum throws seven strong shutout innings, allowing just four hits and striking out five, but the Padres’ Brandon Morrow is equally effective, shutting out the Giants on four hits in seven innings in a 1-0 San Diego victory.
Like an old-school Top-40 radio station, the hits just kept coming for Oakland in its 12-0 win over the Mariners. The A’s, who had 16 hits, scored three runs in the first, two in the second and six in the fourth to back Drew Pomeranz’s seven shutout innings.
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A night after their walk-off victory, the River Cats lost 2-0 to the Salt Lake Bees. The Cats managed just three hits, were unable to get a runner into scoring position and struck out 11 times with no walks.
Whether it’s James Harden torching the nets for 51 points on April 1 or Russell Westbrook’s efficient 27 points and 10 assists on Friday night, the Kings have shown they have a lot to learn when defending opposing guards. Sacramento lost to the Thunder 116-103.
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