SAN FRANCISCO — Patrick Bailey hit a two-run homer within the tenth inning and the San Francisco Giants beat the Texas Rangers 3-2 on Sunday due to a one-hit save by All-Star nearer Camilo Dowell. Recreation dropping streak.
San Francisco, which scored a season-high 17 runs, has misplaced six of its final seven video games. Texas has received 10 of 11.
Michael Conforto scored a season-high 15 in Dan Dunning’s first recreation.
Logan Webb got here inside one inning of his second shutout of the season when JP Martinez doubled on his 107th and closing pitch. Martinez, making his debut Friday, scored from second on Ezequiel Duran’s groundout to shortstop and beat Brandon Crawford’s pitch for the infield hit.
Duran opened the tenth with a pinch runner on base, advancing on Josh Sid’s fly-out single to attain Dowell (4-3), his fourth save in 37 probabilities.
For the Rangers, Cuban Adolis Garcia is 4-0. Dominican’s Ezequiel Duran scored a run at 3-2 and RBI’s Leodi Taveras was 4-0.
For the Giants, Venezuela’s Wilmar Flores went 1-0 and Tyro Estrada scored a run to make it 5-3. Puerto Rican Heliot Ramos 4-1.