Giants' three-run 10th helps salvage split with Padres

SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Pedro Feliz tripled in Steve Finley with the
go-ahead run with one out in the 10th inning and the San Francisco
Giants beat the San Diego Padres 4-1 on Saturday to split a
day-night doubleheader.

The NL West-leading Padres won the first game 7-4 when Adrian
Gonzalez and Rob Bowen each hit a two-run single in the seventh.
That game was the makeup of a rainout on April 4.

Barry Bonds played in both games despite fouling a ball off his
right ankle Friday night. The Padres kept Bonds in the yard, and
his only hit all day was a single in the night game.

Brad Hennessey, making his first start since May 15, and three
relievers combined to five-hit the Padres in the nightcap.

Finley started the three-run rally off Alan Embree (2-2) when he
beat out a chopper to first for an infield hit with one out in the
10th. Finley scored on Feliz's triple into the right-field corner.
After Bonds was intentionally walked and replaced by pinch-runner
Jason Ellison, Ray Durham singled in Feliz. The Giants added a run
when Todd Greene drew a bases-loaded walk off Scott Cassidy.

Steve Kline (2-1) pitched the ninth for the win. Armando Benitez
pitched the ninth for his seventh save in 11 chances.

Hennessey went six innings, allowing four hits and one run,
striking out three and walking none. San Diego's Woody Williams
came off the disabled list and also went six in his first start
since May 12. He allowed one run and eight hits, struck out four
and walked none.

San Francisco's Mark Sweeney hit a solo homer to right with two
outs in the second, his fifth of the year. and second in three

San Diego's Vinny Castilla tied the game at 1 with his leadoff
homer to left in the fifth, his fourth.

Game Notes
Bonds has 1,800 hits with the Giants, sixth on their
all-time list. ... Bonds hit two long foul balls in the fourth
inning in the second game, including one that a fan tossed back on
the field from the upper deck. ... Worrell was put on the 15-day DL
with a bulging disc in his neck. The move was retroactive to