Tim Hudson was outstanding in his Giants debut, mesmerizing a potent D-Backs lineup with a panoply of sinkers and changeups. He allowed only three hits in 7-2/3 scoreless innings. He needed help on a few hard hit balls but Angel Pagan made two nice catches and Hunter Pence chipped in one as well. Otherwise Huddy worked quickly, threw strikes (he struck out seven), and kept the hitters guessing. It was an impressive display of that greatest of virtues, Veteran Savvy Clutchness. Hudson also contributed a sacrifice bunt in the 5th, moving up rookie Ehire Adrianza who had walked with one out. Angel Pagan cashed in the chance with a single to right and the Giants had all they needed. Newcomer Michael Morse added his own two-out hit in the 6th, a booming liner that just eluded Tony Campana in center and scoring Hunter Pence for an insurmountable 2-0 lead. Pitching, fielding, and situational hitting: sounds like Giants baseball.