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MLB: San Francisco 10, San Diego 1

SAN DIEGO, Aug. 18 (UPI) -- Angel Pagan drove in a run during two different at-bats in an eight-run third inning Friday that launched the San Francisco Giants to a 10-1 win over San Diego.

Six batters had one RBI apiece during the third and Pagan had two -- beginning the onslaught with a run-scoring triple and ending it by bringing home a run with an infield single.

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San Francisco's one-sided victory pushed the Giants past the Los Angeles Dodgers into first place in the National League West.

The Giants had 15 hits and made things easy for winning pitcher Matt Cain (12-5), who allowed a run on four hits over eight innings.

Ross Ohlendorf (4-4) was left in to take a pounding in the third inning, giving up seven of the eight runs during the frame.

Other than Pagan's triple, the only extra-base hit in the third came from Hunter Pence, who doubled home the fourth run of the inning. Cain had an RBI in the third with a single.

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