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Worth noting

• Bochy liked what he saw in one scoreless inning from right-hander Derek Law, a ninth-round pick of the Giants in the 2011 Draft.

"He looked really sharp -- good velocity, good breaking ball," Bochy said. "This kid's coming off a good Fall League, and he came in in good shape, ready, and he had a nice inning."

• First baseman Mark Minicozzi continued to impress, launching his second homer of the spring and adding a pair of backhanded gems on defense. The 31-year-old journeyman first baseman is now hitting .429 with an .857 slugging percentage in seven games.

"He's accumulated a lot of at bats -- they might not be in the Major Leagues, but these guys learn down there, and he's a smart hitter," Bochy said. "He uses the whole field well, and what you like about him is he's aggressive in the zone. He gets after it, and he's certainly making a lot of noise here early."

AJ Cassavell is a reporter for Follow him on Twitter @ajcassavell.
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