Through 6 1/3 innings, the San Francisco Giants held the Chicago Cubs without a hit. The Cubs ended up managing two hits, but were held scoreless for the second straight game as they fell to the Giants 5-0.San Francisco starting pitcher Tim Lincecum threw five innings of no-hit ball. He recorded five strikeouts and walked four on 96 pitches. He handed the ball over to reliever George Kontos, who pitched 1 1/3 hitless innings and earned the win.Giants relief pitcher Jeremy Affeldt came on in the seventh and gave up the first Cub hit of the game to Chicago catcher John Baker. San Francisco then turned to Jean Machi to get out of the inning, as two runners were on base with only one out.