San Francisco Giants: 5 Lessons Learned from Matt Cain's 1st Half

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San Francisco Giants: 5 Lessons Learned from Matt Cain's 1st Half
Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports

Just a few months removed from placing sixth in the NL Cy Young Award voting, Matt Cain has had a fall from grace. The San Francisco Giants ace has been remarkably inconsistent, and at times awful. 

Buster Olney's statistic really says it all. In 2012, Cain allowed 68 earned runs. In 2013, he has already allowed 60. If I'm a Giants fan, that's a really scary number.

In fact, almost all his stats are down. Some of those would be ERA, WHIP, home run rate and walk rate. And I could have named quite a few more.

Could this be the start of the end for Matt Cain? Or is that way premature? Let's start with some takeaways from his season thus far.

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