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Brian Sabean’s Looking Smarter with Each Barry Zito Start

Published by on May 20, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

OK, so it wasn't a nine-inning complete game since the San Francisco Giants could only muster one run in support of Barry Zito's latest gem. So what?

A complete game is a complete game.

It's not Zito's fault his offense couldn't fight back from two solo home runs by using its full complement of 27 outs. The southpaw took the ball every inning he could and twirled it like the former Cy Young winner he is.

And it's not the first time in 2009.

Although you might be surprised based on his season's results thus far.

In eight starts, Zito has thrown 49.2 innings while notching a 1-4 record, a 3.62 earned-run average, 32 strikeouts against 19 walks, four home runs allowed (two last night)...

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