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Rookie Silences Brewers Bats


Tim Lincecum (LINZ'-ih-kuhm) pitched four-hit ball for eight innings in raising his record to 5-and-2. Jack Taschner finished the four-hitter, San Francisco's seventh shutout of the season. Pedro Feliz homered and drove in three runs.

Bonds remained at 753 homers, two from tying Hank Aaron's record. Bonds went oh-for-two with a strikeout and two walks, one intentionally. This was a day after he went oh-for-four with a walk in Friday night's 8-to-4 Giants win.

The soon-to-be 43-year-old outfielder struck out swinging to end the first, grounded out to the pitcher leading off the fourth, walked in the sixth and drew his 31st intentional free pass and 98th walk overall in the eighth. And that was his day. Fred Lewis entered as a pinch-runner and replaced Bonds in the outfield.


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