Johnny Cueto enjoys his time on a baseball diamond, and sometimes he just doesn’t want to come off the field. Never in a rush, Cueto moseys to the mound and moseys back to the dugout. He rarely runs hard to first base, preferring to save his energy for pitching. Giants fans saw a new Cueto trait in Tuesday night’s 4-3 victory over the Rockies. He broke into perhaps the slowest home run trot in history for a man who didn’t hit a home run. The game was won on Hunter Pence’s bases-loaded walk-off sacrifice fly that scored Orlando Calixte.
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