Trevor Cahill got the win on Wednesday when he pitched two scoreless innings of relief, issuing two hits while striking out four and walking one in the Giants 9-3 over the Mariners.
Drew Smyly started the game and was lifted in the bottom of the fourth with runners on second and third with two outs before being replaced by Caleb Barager, who made a real mess of things. Barager walked three-straight batters, allowing two runners to score, and was lifted for Cahill, who punched out Dylan Moore to end the threat. He would throw another 1 2/3 scoreless innings, enough to be credited with his first win of the season. Cahill has been solid this year but the lack of innings volume has depressed his fantasy value. He's rocking a 3.68 ERA, 1.27 WHIP, and a 27:12 K/BB ratio across 22 innings (seven appearances, six starts).