Matt Cain wasn't so worried about the runs. It was a lack of command that bothered him.
The Giants' opening day starter gave up four runs and seven hits, one a two-run homer to Willin Rosario, and the Colorado Rockies went on to beat San Francisco 10-4 Thursday night.
''My stuff was fine, but I made some bad mistakes, location-wise,'' Cain said despite not walking a batter in five innings and striking out eight. ''I was looking to go out there and make good pitches, win the game, because it's coming down to the end (of the spring).''
Cain's last spring start before opening day against the Dodgers in Los Angeles is expected to come on Tuesday against the San Diego Padres.
One pitch he wanted to have back was the fastball to Rosario.
''He tried to surprise me high on my hands, but I surprised him,'' Rosario said of his second homer of the spring.
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