It was the fifth loss in the Giants' last six outings at home.
Bonds belted a two-run shot over the right field wall and into McCovey Cove off Padres starter Brian Lawrence (2-1) in the fourth inning. The Giants' superstar is one shy of matching the record for consecutive games with a home run -- set by Dale Long and later matched by Don Mattingly and Ken Griffey Jr.
However, Bonds' blast came after San Diego built a 6-0 lead. Burroughs singled before Brian Giles' two-run homer and Jay Payton added an RBI single for a 3-0 edge before the Giants even got a chance to bat.
Burroughs' RBI double with one out in the fourth inning triggered a three-run uprising against Giants starter Dustin Hermanson (1-1). Phil Nevin singled in Burroughs and Ryan Klesko stroked an RBI double.
"I hit it where it was pitched." said Burroughs, who finished the night 4-for-5 with a pair of doubles and two RBI.
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