What a game....The Giants' "famine" offense showed up to the park today, but with a new mentality -- that they were going to grind through each at bat, work the count, make Jhoulys Chacin break a sweat on the mound. And it worked. Through the first seven innings, they managed to string together just three hits. But in those seven innings, Chacin threw 120 pitches. A perfect approach by the Giants -- if they aren't going to get hits, they might as well fail to get a hit in a 3-1 count as opposed to grounding out on first pitches and such. If they continue to struggle offensively, but work the count like this, they just might find a way to get by...The Giants were scoreless through the first six innings, but in the seventh inning, Buster Posey took a leadoff walk. The next batter, Pat...

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