Giants rout Phillies 13-1, snap seven-game losing streak


Evan Longoria and Andrew Knapp each added two RBIs for San Francisco, which snapped a seven-game losing streak. Wilmer Flores, Brandon Crawford and Thairo Estrada also drove in runs.

“It’s the type of team we’re capable of being," Cobb said. “It’s been a frustrating year not living up to that standard, I think. It (was) nice to see.”

Cobb (5-6) allowed just three hits and a walk in earning his first career win against Philadelphia, which has lost four of five.

“He came out filling up the strike zone, executing his split, attacking hitters, just going right after them,” Giants manager Gabe Kapler said.

San Francisco jumped on Phillies starter Kyle Gibson for four runs in the first inning and three more in the second.