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San Francisco Giants right-hander Matt Cain says his cut finger has healed and he plans to start Saturday against the Los Angeles Dodgers after coming off the disabled list.
|Matt Cain missed two starts after slicing his index finger while making a ham and cheese sandwich.|
Cain cut his right index finger while making a ham and cheese sandwich and was placed on the DL retroactive to April 24.
"It feels like a finger," Cain playfully told the San Francisco Chronicle on Thursday.
Said manager Bruce Bochy: "Barring any setbacks, he's good to go."
Cain, a three-time All-Star, is 0-3 this season with a 4.35 ERA.
Yusmeiro Petit, who started in place of Cain and gave up eight runs against the Pirates on Monday, will return to the bullpen for the Giants.