MLB: San Francisco 6, Washington 2

July 11, 2010 at 6:16 PM

WASHINGTON, July 11 (UPI) -- Travis Ishikawa drove in three runs and Madison Bumgarner threw six-plus strong innings Sunday in the San Francisco Giants' 6-2 win over Washington.

Buster Posey chipped in with a two-run triple and Juan Uribe collected an RBI single for the Giants, who took the rubber match of a three-game set and won for the seventh time in nine outings.

San Francisco headed into the All-Star break at 47-41, good for fourth place in the National League West.

Bumgarner (2-2), a 20-year-old rookie, yielded only one run on seven hits, striking out six.

Brian Wilson set down the final four batters to collect his 23rd save.

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