"We wanted to tweak some stuff with him," Bochy said.
"We kept the same intensity" in the bullpen, Bumgarner said. He added that he "felt pretty close" to being ready for the regular season: "I was pretty happy with everything today."
Collmenter maintained command during his stint, walking none and striking out three. The only hits he allowed were third-inning singles by Gregor Blanco and Nori Aoki. Collmenter had the option of appearing in a Minor League game to get the work he needed. But he wanted to face as much big league competition as possible.
"I wanted to throw against those guys to maybe try a couple of things," Collmenter said of throwing pitches in counts he might not normally throw them in. "Just to try and get some reactions from the hitters."
Drury christened the second inning off Bumgarner with his third homer of the spring, off an inside fastball.
"He kept his hands in and put a swing on it," Bumgarner said of Drury, who doubled home Mark Trumbo and Cody Ross one inning later but left the game in the seventh after getting hit by a pitch.
Chris Owings' RBI single highlighted Arizona's two-run uprising in the fourth inning. Arizona pitcher Allen Webster added a bases-loaded double and Blake Lalli lined a two-run triple in the seventh.
Giants Up Next: Following Wednesday's scheduled off-day, the Giants will resume Cactus League play Thursday at 1:05 p.m. PT against the Milwaukee Brewers at Maryvale. Right-hander Ryan Vogelsong will start for the Giants in what could be a significant outing. Vogelsong would join the season-opening pitching rotation if a projected starter isn't physically ready, and to this point, none of them has logged a lot of innings. The Giants will watch Vogelsong carefully to determine whether he has the arm strength other pitchers lack.
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