Pederson guides Giants over Phillies, Doval saves the 19, Jean Segura, 3-for-5

Joc Pederson drove in three runs, drew a bases-loaded walk that broke a tie in the sixth inning and sent the San Francisco Giants to a 5-4 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Saturday.

The Giants won their second in a row after a seven-game losing streak. The Phillies have lost five of six.

Pederson had two hits to continue his strong series against the wild-card contenders. On Friday night, he homered and drove in five runs during a 13-1 win.

Philadelphia pitchers again struggled with their control: One day after giving up 10 walks, they walked three batters in the sixth. With the score 3-3 and the bases loaded with two out, reliever Brad Hand (3-2) got ahead of Pederson for a 0-2 count and then walked him to force the go-ahead run.

Kyle Schwarber tripled off John Brebbia to lead off the Phillies’ seventh inning, but was stranded. Jarlin Garcia relieved with two outs, walked Bryce Harper and struck out JT Realmuto to protect the lead.

Zack Littell (2-2) got one out in the sixth. Camilo Doval, the Giants’ seventh pitcher, pitched a perfect ninth inning for his 19th save.

Jean Segura, 3-for-5, doubled twice for the Phillies, including a hit in the sixth that made it 3-3. Bryson Stott homered for Philadelphia.

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