Matt Cain threw only 13-1/3 innings this spring, with 5-1/3 coming last night. It looked like he had good command of his fastball but maybe not all of his velocity. He used his change-up with two strikes and Krukow thinks we will see a lot more of that from him this season. My only concern would be his stamina--it seemed like he got a few pitches up in the zone at the end. It may be a few starts before he's at full strength since he had the abbreviated spring. One of the concerns we all heard about this off-season was the extra IP all the guys put in due to the 15 post-season games. Matt threw a career-high 223-1/3 in 2010 and added an extra 21-1/3 in the playoffs and Series. Good thing he is a big, strapping country boy and all of 26 years old. He's never missed time due to injury. Let's hope that continues! Sergio Romo looked good in the closer role. I also liked watching Brett Anderson (the Oakland starter) pitch. He has a devastating curveball and looks like an emerging star.