Conforto and Flores homer to lead Giants over Rangers 5-2

The San Francisco Giants came out victorious against the Texas Rangers in a thrilling 5-2 game on Friday night in Arlington, Texas. The Giants’ offense was led by Michael Conforto, who hit a clutch two-run homer in the seventh inning to break the tie. Wilmer Flores also made an impact with his first multihomer game of the season, hitting two home runs in the game.

Pitcher Logan Webb had a stellar performance, earning his first win in four starts. Webb pitched seven innings, allowing two runs on five hits with six strikeouts and no walks. The Giants’ bullpen held strong, with Camilo Doval closing out the game for his 10th save of the season.

Despite the Rangers’ efforts, they could not generate enough offense to overcome the Giants. Manager Bruce Bochy expressed his frustrations with the team’s inability to get runners on base, ultimately making it tough to secure a win.

Flores, who has been on a hot streak with three home runs in two games, emphasized the importance of staying patient and focused during challenging times. His offensive contributions have been key for the Giants, who have now won two consecutive games after a rough six-game losing streak.

Looking ahead, the Rangers will send LHP Andrew Heaney to the mound in the middle game of the series, seeking his third consecutive win. The Giants have yet to announce their starting pitcher for the next game.

In conclusion, the Giants’ strong offensive performance coupled with solid pitching led them to victory over the Rangers. With key players like Conforto and Flores stepping up, the Giants look to build upon their recent success and continue their winning ways in the upcoming games.

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