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Goldschmidt, D-backs top Giants

Jun 14, 2015 - 5:53 AM San Francisco, CA ( - Paul Goldschmidt had two hits with an RBI and a run scored and the Arizona Diamondbacks defeated the San Francisco Giants 4-2 in the second of a three-game set.

David Peralta also posted two hits, an RBI and a run scored the D-backs, who have won the first two games of the series on the heels of a four-game losing streak.

Allen Webster (1-0) allowed two runs on two hits and three walks to notch the win in his Arizona debut, while Brad Ziegler blanked the Giants in the ninth to record his eighth save of the season.

"He did a great job, had that sinker ball working," D-backs manager Chip Hale said of Webster.

Ryan Vogelsong (4-5) surrendered four runs on six hits and five walks over 3 2/3 frames for San Francisco, which has dropped seven in a row at home and three overall.

The D-backs raced out to a four-run lead after plating three runs in the first and another in the fourth.

Arizona scored all of its runs with two outs in the opening frame. Goldschmidt singled, Yasmany Tomas walked and Peralta deposited a base hit to right to plate Goldschmidt. After Peralta stole second to put runners on second and third, three consecutive free passes by Aaron Hill, Jarrod Saltalamacchia, and Nick Ahmed pushed across Tomas and Peralta.

"He threw 35-36 pitches that first inning, that's a pretty good workload," Giants manager Bruce Bochy said of Vogelsong. "He regrouped and threw the ball well (after that)."

Goldschmidt's RBI single in the fourth made it 4-0.

The Giants got a pair of runs back in the sixth.

Nori Aoki worked a one-out walk and Joe Panik doubled before Angel Pagan's sacrifice fly plated Aoki. Buster Posey banged a double into left to bring home Panik, cutting the deficit to 4-2.

Game Notes

Arizona was 2-for-5 with runners in scoring position, while San Francisco finished 1-for-7 ... Goldschmidt's RBI was his 50th of the season ... The 25- year-old Webster was acquired from the Red Sox this past offseason in the trade that sent Wade Miley to Boston.