Anaheim took a 3-2 lead in the seventh as David Eckstein singled in pinch-runner Adam Riggs, and added three more runs in the eighth on RBI singles by Alfredo Alfredo Amezaga and Wil Nieves, plus a wild pitch to push the lead to four runs.
The Giants were behind 6-2 entering the ninth, but they would leave the inning ahead 11-6. Consecutive singles by Adam Shabala, Cody Ransom, Todd Linden and Mohr plus a wild pitch by losing hurler Scott Dunn (0-1) accounted for three runs, then Trey Lunsford drove in the game-winner. Jason Ellison followed with an RBI single, and Ransom delivered his second round-tripper of the spring in his second at-bat of the frame.
Game Notes: Brett Tomko did not give up a single walk in 5 2/3 innings of pitching. Chad Zerbe only allowed one walk and no hits in 1 1/3 innings. Pedro Feliz went 2-5 with a double and a triple. The Giants are now 8-15-2 in their spring contests. Jim Brower did not strike anyone out in the two innings he pitched, and gave up four runs on six hits. Jason Schmidt will not be ready for opening day. Dustin Hermanson is in the rotation.
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