Jamie Moyer had another strong outing in his bid to earn a spot in the Colorado Rockies' rotation.
The 49-year-old left-hander struck out four in four perfect innings Thursday night to help the Rockies beat a split squad of San Francisco 7-0.
Moyer, a 24-year veteran who has won 267 major league games with seven teams, went to a three-ball count only twice and 30 of his 45 pitchers were strikes.
''Was I quick enough for you tonight,'' Moyer joked after a typical outing with pin-point control and a below 80-mph fastball. ''At this stage it's all about progress, making a little bit each time. I feel I moved forward tonight.''
Angel Pagan was the only Giants player to make solid contact against him, lining out to center field to start the game.
Moyer spent last season as an analyst for ESPN while recovering from a torn ligament in his left elbow. He signed with Colorado as a minor-league free agent in January.
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