Hudson makes spring debut in Giants' loss to Brewers

SCOTTSDALE — Tim Hudson threw one scoreless inning in his spring debut, Tim Lincecum was pulled after an inning because of stiffness in his neck and Milwaukee starter Matt Garza pitched three innings in the Brewers 6-3 win over the San Francisco Giants on Wednesday.

Khris Davis drove in two runs, Luis Jimenez had two hits and drove in a run and Gerardo Parra had two hits for the Brewers.

Brandon Belt homered among his two hits, walked and scored twice for the Giants. Casey McGehee had two hits, upping his average to .467, and Brandon Crawford drove in a run.

Lincecum said he felt his neck go immobile while he was warming up. He said he could not move his head to the left, which flattened out his pitches. Lincecum has allowed runs in each of his three appearances. He gave up three on three hits against the Brewers.

Hudson gave up a hit, walked a batter and struck out one. Garza gave up two runs on four hits. He walked two and struck out two.

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