With his old Marlins teammates standing in the opposite dugout and his wife and children in the ballpark to support him, Casey McGehee received his Players Choice NL Comeback Player of the Year award. That reminded San Francisco’s struggling third baseman how far he has come, from New York to Japan to Miami and on to the Bay Area.
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James Shields led thousands of fans in a celebratory chant. Lorenzo Cain pranced along the warning track, cradling his newborn son. Ned Yost finally allowed himself to smile.
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NL hits leader Casey McGehee homered for the second time this season, and the Miami Marlins took the lead for good on a wild pitch by Tim Lincecum in the seventh inning to beat the San Francisco Giants 3-2 Sunday.
Tim Lincecum has had no trouble keeping things in perspective during his most dominant stretch in four seasons.
Henderson Alvarez pitched one of baseball’s most bizarre no-hitters, celebrating in the on-deck circle when the Miami Marlins scored on a two-out wild pitch in the bottom of the ninth inning to beat the AL Central champion Detroit Tigers 1-0 Sunday.
Tim Lincecum and David Price pitched as expected against struggling lineups. Then, with the former Cy Young Award winners out of the game in the 10th inning, the San Francisco Giants couldn’t get anybody out.