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|Potential suitors will have little interest in forfeiting a draft pick to sign Tim Lincecum.|
Cueto threw 82 pitches in five shutout innings, earning the victory in a 6-1 Reds victory at Minute Maid Park. Cueto looked sharp with a fastball that routinely hit 94 mph. He allowed just five hits and walked one while striking out five, including the first and last batters he faced against the team with the worst record in the majors.
Just as important as Cueto looking good -- he said he felt good afterwards.
"I don't have words to describe it, it's really amazing for me, to go that long without pitching and I came out today and feel really great, I feel really good," Cueto said through trainer Tomas Vera following the game.