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Flores gives San Francisco their sixth straight win

Flores gives San Francisco their sixth straight win

SAN FRANCISCO—Wilmer Flores Homer scored from three runs in the first half, Cero Estrada hit the RBI single, and the San Francisco Giants scored their sixth win Friday, beating the Colorado Rockies 5-4.

Right-hander Anthony Disclavani for the Giants (11-5), has given up two runs at five strokes in five rounds, cutting his four-game winning streak without a win since Washington’s defeat on July 10.

The Giants have the best major-slam record at 75-41, as well as their second-best record in San Francisco history at 116 games, behind the 1993 team that finished with 105 wins in Barry Bonds’ first season in the team. .

Jake McGee gave up on his second trip to Connor Joe at nine and blew his second straight save opportunity after doing the same on Tuesday. Zack Littell finished the match by fanning CJ Cron with runners at first and second base.

It didn’t take the Giants long to find their rhythm against left-hander Austin Jumper (9-7), who spent just four rounds on the hill after scoring six goalsless runs in his last game against Miami.

For Roque, Venezuelan Elias Diaz 4-0; Jonathan Daza 1-1 and one record.

for the Giants, Venezuelan Wilmer Flores 4-3, with one inning and three RBIs; Cero Estrada 4-1, with a production. Colombian Donovan Solano 2-0 and scored one.

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