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Zach Garren keeps scoreless on Giants D-back

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Right-hander Zach Galen hit a career-high 12 batters for the visiting Arizona Diamondbacks in a 5-0 victory Thursday afternoon in a four-game series split against the San Francisco Giants.

Josh Rojas and Jake McCarthy landed 13 hits, 3 hits each against Arizona.

Galen (9-2) extended his undefeated streak to 12 games with his four hits in 7 1/3 innings. He walked no batters en route to his third consecutive combined shutout and allowed no more than 21 1/3 innings.

The 27-year-old surpassed the previous best 11 strikeouts he set against the San Diego Padres in June. He was so dominant that his two Giants, Brandon Crawford and Brandon Belt, struck when he tried to get to base on his count of two strikes and neither put the ball in play. rice field.

The Diamondbacks gave Galen a complete lead in the third inning when Sergio used their own bunt, a sacrifice of Gerardo's Perdomo, to move his Alcantara to his second base. gave He scored on Dalton Bacho's single. Rojas doubled home Stone Garrett late in the inning to make it 2–0.

Visitor added a run in his fourth on his RBI groundout for Alcantara. They knocked out Giants starter Logan Webb (11-6) in the fifth inning and increased their advantage to 5-0 on back-to-back RBI singles by McCarthy and Carson Kelly.

Webb said he had nine hits in 4 2/3 innings and was charged with all five of his Arizona runs, of which he only scored three. Earned. He walked three and not recorded a strikeout for the first time in his 70 career starts.

No Ramirez and Kevin Ginkel scored his five outs in the final for the Diamondbacks, completing the team's seventh shutout of the year. Garen took the lead on four of those occasions.

Rojas and McCarthy finished with the Diamondbacks' double and his two singles, respectively. Varsho, Garrett and Kelly each added his two hits as Arizona took his eighth win in the last 12 games.

Evan Longoria recorded his two of his four hits for the Giants, but the Giants were in their seventh shutout of the season, losing the second to the Diamondbacks.

– Field Level Media