Michael Morse and Angel Pagan drove in runs while Pagan and
Buster Posey had two hits apiece for the Giants. Hudson (1-0)
improved to 5-1 in seven starts at Chase Field after allowing
three hits and striking out seven while Sergio Romo worked a
perfect ninth inning to record his second save.
Paul Goldschmidt doubled — his fourth of the year — to extend
his hitting streak to 24 games for the Diamondbacks, who rallied
from a four-run deficit to win 5-4 on Tuesday. Gerardo Parra had
two hits while Trevor Cahill (0-2) allowed two runs and four
hits in six innings for Arizona, which didn't advance any of its
four baserunners past second.
San Francisco took a 1-0 lead in the fifth when Ehire Adrianza
walked with one out and was sacrificed to second base by Hudson
before scoring on Pagan's single to right. The Giants doubled
their advantage in the sixth on Morse's two-out double to
Hudson retired the first nine Diamondbacks in order before Parra
led off the fourth with a single. After advancing to second on a
wild pitch, Hudson got Aaron Hill to ground out to third, struck
out Goldschmidt and retired Martin Prado on a line drive to
GAME NOTEBOOK: Giants RF Hunter Pence is hitless in 12 at-bats
this season. ... Hudson has not allowed a home run in 51 innings
at Chase Field. ... San Francisco RHP Tim Lincecum is
questionable to start Thursday's series finale after suffering
from a bout of food poisoning Tuesday.
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