Kruk & Kuip: Zito 'came out smoking'
Mike Krukow and Duane Kuiper praise Barry Zito's impressive outing, specifically his scoreless first, which has been Zito's achilles heel.
Giants are victorious they win their fourth game. On this road trip and they beat. St. Louis Cardinals team and they do it might with. With Barry Zito who. Really. Kept these. Good cardinal hitters off balance we saw the Cardinals really work Matt Cain in the start last night. And they did not workers who do his very easy it was a good it was fantastic and I think one of the Achilles heel all you you're lost that first -- he got smoked in that first inning by that it. I mean he adjusts to the -- He had the hike to camp with those pitches his cutter was -- it was it was at his Beck and call he was able to to control -- inside corner with his right handers. He was just fantastic and he just kept they can make pitch after pitch pitch he did they have a very. Consisted score big strike -- to work with but he did that let them that -- strikes still bother. And really -- up an out -- grade -- wood shot about Allen Craig the lone blemish on his report card fuel runs of Zito. But he didn't let it -- because that -- back out there. And make big pitches he was he was the difference of the game Buster Posey a three run homer and in the first in a very important Adam run in the sixth. When the Joaquin Arias doubled in. Brandon belt also bullpen was great and Jeremy Affeldt and he gets to save. And he goes in the inning in the hazard pay a fun night here in Saint Louis mostly through the night.