Tim Lincecum just keeps on pitching.
Lincecum entered Game 4 with two outs in the fourth inning. Since then, he's pitched 4⅓ innings, allowing just one run while striking out six Cincinnati Reds. Lincecum had retired seven straight Cincinnati Reds before Dioner Navarro dropped a broken-bat bloop single into center field.
There was a moment of light comedy in there, though, when Lincecum threw a pickoff throw to first base even though the closest uniformed person to the base was first-base coach Billy Hatcher. Lincecum got the error as Navarro moved to second base, but of course that was moot.
After eight innings, it's still Giants 8, Reds 3.