The starting pitcher, right-hander Ryan Jensen, went for 5 innings giving up 8 hits (one, which was a lead off homerun by Mark Ellis), allowing 3 runs to score and striking out 3.
Giants closer Robb Nen worked, not the ninth inning, but the sixth inning. This was the first time he pitched agasint major league hitters after his should surgery. He struck out one and also allowed a solo homer to Eric Byrnes. He may not have been throwing his best, but it was still good as he was throwing at 91 mph.
In the sixth, Marvin Benard shined. After being walked, Benard stole second. Then later stole home. This was possibly just a taste of the baserunning we will see in the season, something that Alou had spoke of repeatedly.
Yorvit Torrealba continues his impressive preseason, as he went 3-4 with 4 RBIs.