Pedro Feliz also homered for the Giants, who finished 10-1 on
their winningest homestand in 14 years.
Foppert (7-8) won for the third time in four starts, allowing
two runs -- one earned -- and six hits in 6 2-3 innings. He struck
out seven and walked two.
Jake Peavy (8-8) gave up six runs and eight hits in six innings,
and struck out seven. He has lost three consecutive decisions after
winning a career-best four in a row.
Galarraga hit behind Barry Bonds, who walked twice, including
once intentionally. Galarraga has 120 RBI against the Padres, his
third-highest total, trailing Philadelphia (122) and Pittsburgh
Bonds went 2-for-4 with four walks in his two games against the
Padres. He has 73 career homers and 188 RBI against San Diego, his
most against any team.
Klesko's sacrifice fly gave San Diego a 1-0 lead in the first,
but the Giants went ahead in the bottom half on Marquis Grissom's
RBI single and Galarraga's two-run double, which followed a walk to
San Diego closed to 3-2 in the third on Loretta's RBI single.
After Bonds was intentionally walked to loaded the bases in the
bottom half, Galarraga followed with a two-run single.
Feliz homered in the sixth.
Bonds got his fifth assist of the year, the 150th of his
career, when he doubled up Sean Burroughs at first base from left
field in the second. ... The Giants won 10 of 12 games during a
homestand from June 9-21, 1989. ... Loretta leads the Padres with
117 hits, 22 more than Burroughs. ... Foppert is second among NL
rookies with 88 strikeouts, nine behind leader Brandon Webb. ...
The Giants sold out their 22nd consecutive game, drawing 42,530.