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Fantasy Update

21 hours ago
Rotoworld
Tim Hudson allowed six runs (five earned) over five innings against the Rockies on Monday.
Rotoworld 21 hours ago

Matt Cain transferred to 60-day disabled list - Matt Cain (S) San Francisco Giants

Giants transferred RHP Matt Cain from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.
Rotoworld 22 hours ago

Hudson shellacked in five innings of work - Tim Hudson (S) San Francisco Giants

Tim Hudson allowed six runs (five earned) over five innings against the Rockies on Monday.
KFFL 22 hours ago

Giants | Matt Cain to 60-day DL

San Francisco Giants SP Matt Cain (elbow) was placed on the 60-day disabled list Monday, ...
Sacramento Bee Aug 12, 2014

Giants pitcher Matt Cain has bone chips removed

Matt Cain's right elbow surgery went well, manager Bruce Bochy said Tuesday. The projected timetable for the pitcher's recovery remains at three months, which would put him on track for spring training.

PREGAME NOTES: Cain elbow surgery deemed a success; Bochy remembers Robin Williams; plus your trivia o’ the day

Hey, everyone. It’s Dan Brown filling in for mighty Alex Pavlovic. If you need me, I’m on Twitter (@mercbrownie) or on e-mail (dbrown@mercurynews.com). News of the day Matt Cain’s right elbow surgery went just fine, Manager Bruce Bochy said. The… Continue Reading →The post PREGAME NOTES: Cain elbow surgery deemed a success; Bochy remembers Robin Williams; plus your trivia o’ the day appeared first on Giants Extra.
San Jose Mercury News Aug 12, 2014

Giants pitcher Matt Cain has bone chips removed

Giants manager Bruce Bochy brought bone chips from Matt Cain's surgery into clubhouse.
KFFL Aug 12, 2014

Giants | Matt Cain has successful surgery

San Francisco Giants SP Matt Cain (elbow) had successful surgery to remove bone chips and ...
PREGAME NOTES: Cain says he lost too much range of motion, had to go under knife; Pagan to start Thursday

PREGAME NOTES: Cain says he lost too much range of motion, had to go under knife; Pagan to start Thursday

Matt Cain held his left arm out and everything looked normal. It was 100 percent straight. Then he held his right arm out, and it wouldn’t fully extend. Cain said his pitching arm has been like that since high school… Continue Reading →The post PREGAME NOTES: Cain says he lost too much range of motion, had to go under knife; Pagan to start Thursday appeared first on Giants Extra.
Sacramento Bee Aug 4, 2014

Giants defeat Mets; Matt Cain to have season-ending surgery

For years, it would have been impossible to imagine the Giants making a run without Matt Cain.
McCovey Chronicles Aug 4, 2014

Matt Cain to undergo surgery and will miss the rest of the season.

Bone chips killed the NL All-Star, but don't worry, he's only mostly dead. He'll be back. This is the moment we've been dreading ever since we first learned of the loose bodies, flotsam and jetsam, bone chips that lived inside the pitching arm of Matthew Thomas Cain. Of course, the full fear was that we'd lose him to something like Tommy John (the surgery, not the flesh-devouring ghost), so, here's to expecting the worst and be rewarded with slightly less bad news! Matt Cain's season is officially over. Bone chips coming out next Monday. — Alex Pavlovic (@AlexPavlovic) August 4,...
San Jose Mercury News Aug 4, 2014
Matt Cain news overshadows Giants' comeback win

Matt Cain news overshadows Giants' comeback win

San Francisco Giants' Pablo Sandoval leads comeback win over Mets; team learns Matt Cain's season is over
San Jose Mercury News Aug 4, 2014

Matt Cain out for season, Giants say

San Francisco Giants right-hander Matt Cain will have surgery next week to remove bone chips in elbow
Matt Cain done for rest of 2014 season, will have surgery Monday

Matt Cain done for rest of 2014 season, will have surgery Monday

Matt Cain’s season is officially done. The Giants right-hander will the have bone chips in his right elbow removed next Monday in San Francisco. He is expected to be sidelined for about three months, but should be healthy in time… Continue Reading →The post Matt Cain done for rest of 2014 season, will have surgery Monday appeared first on Giants Extra.

SF GIANTS UPDATE: Matt Cain to have season-ending surgery

Matt Cain will undergo surgery in San Francisco next Monday to have bone chips removed from his right elbow, manager Bruce Bochy said. Cain will miss the rest of the season. The prognosis for recovery is three months, which means Cain should be ready for spring training. The decision was expected after three doctors recommended the operation, including Giants orthopedist Dr. Ken Akizuki, who will perform the operation. Cain did not comment before he left for the team bus and flight to Milwaukee. He plans to stay with the team for now. “It’s been frustrating for Matt,” Bochy said....
KFFL Aug 4, 2014

Giants | Matt Cain surgery details

San Francisco Giants SP Matt Cain (elbow) will have bone chips removed from his right ...

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