As the Giants began batting practice Monday, Tim Lincecum threw his normal between-starts bullpen session and looked healthy, which manager Bruce Bochy was happy to see.

During Saturday's wild celebration after Angel Pagan's game-ending, inside-the-park home run, Lincecum apparently landed on a teammate's foot during the jumping-up-and-down phase and turned an ankle.

The injury was not deemed serious, and Lincecum will start as planned against the A's on Wednesday. But after the Giants lost Ryan Vogelsong to a broken hand, any scare involving a starter had to have hearts in the clubhouse racing.

The Giants have a lot of walk-off wins, which means a lot of celebrations, which these days means players pounding each other into oblivion.

Pagan came through the celebration OK, but earlier in the game, he strained his left hamstring. He missed his second consecutive game with the injury Monday. Bochy said Pagan was available to pinch hit and could return to the lineup Tuesday night.

Andres Torres started instead and had two of the Giants' four hits. He is 4-for-7 in two games as Pagan's replacement.

Briefly: The Giants have lost six of their past seven road games and fell to 0-3 against the American League. They are 19-28 in interleague games in Oakland. ... The Giants have lost four of Madison Bumgarner's past six starts after winning his first four. ... The game ended with a called third strike on a 3-2 Grant Balfour pitch to Brandon Belt, who started yelling at home-plate umpire Mark Carlson. Belt said his piece for about 15 seconds, then walked away.