J.D. Davis hit a grand slam in the ninth off mop-up reliever Hanser Alberto for his third hit, Michael Conforto cracked a three-run homer among three hits and the San Francisco Giants powered past the Chicago White Sox 16-6 on Thursday.
Hanser served up Davis' second career grand slam after giving up two singles and a walk. Davis finished with five RBIs and Joc Pederson drove in two runs.
Tim Anderson had two RBIs for Chicago.
Jakob Junis (2-0) threw four innings of scoreless, two-hit relief for the win.
The Giants roughed up Chicago starter Lance Lynn (0-1) for eight runs on nine hits in 4 1/3 innings.
Conforto launched a three-run shot deep to right in the first. Sabol made it 4-0 in the second on a drive to right center.
Anderson’s singled in two runs the bottom of the second to cut it to 4-2.
Pederson’s bases-loaded single in the fourth upped the Giants lead to 6-2.
Yastrzemski went deep to right in the fifth to chase Lynn.
Flores’ first homer of the season, off Jose Ruiz in the sixth, made it 10-3.
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