Yes, Matt Cain is selling his home in the Diamond Heights section of San Francisco. No, it doesn't mean he's putting his affairs in order to leave as a free agent after the season. Cain plans to live in another part of the city this year, and there remains plenty of mutual interest – as well as ongoing dialogue – in signing a long-term extension to remain with the Giants. "We'd all like something resolved by the end of spring training," a relaxed Cain said after reporting to Scottsdale Stadium on Saturday. "I don't think either side wants that to linger into the season." Cain appeared a bit trimmer and said he "definitely tried to get in a better routine" this past offseason.