Ishikawa's 5 RBIs vs. Giants carries Sox

Ishikawa's 5 RBIs vs. Giants carries Sox

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Travis Ishikawa drove in five runs against his former teammates, including a two-run, tie-breaking homer in a five-run seventh inning Sunday that led the White Sox past the Giants, 13-9.

The White Sox trailed, 6-5, when Giants reliever George Kontos walked Jimmy Rollins to open Chicago's seventh inning. Rollins scored on Todd Frazier's triple, which immediately preceded Ishikawa's second Cactus League homer. Avisail Garcia added a two-run homer.

Mac Williamson hit his fifth homer of the spring for the Giants, a two-run drive in the seventh. That was offset by Frazier's two-run clout and Jerry Sands' RBI single in the eighth.

Frazier's two-run homer

First-inning RBI singles by Brandon Crawford and Kelby Tomlinson gave the Giants a 2-0 lead. The difference grew to 5-0 one inning later as Crawford hit another RBI single and Brandon Belt lashed a two-run double.

Belt's two-run double

The White Sox pulled even with a five-run outburst in the third inning. The biggest blow was a bases-loaded, two-out triple by Ishikawa, whose walk-off homer in the finale of the 2014 National League Championship Series against St. Louis put the Giants into the World Series.

Ishikawa's bases-clearing triple

San Francisco forged ahead in the fourth. Belt walked, advanced to third base on Rollins' throwing error and scored on Mat Latos' balk.

Giants take lead on a balk

Both starters looked vulnerable at times. Giants right-hander Jake Peavy lasted 5 2/3 innings, yielding five runs (three earned) and six hits. Latos worked four innings and surrendered six runs (five earned) along with seven hits.

"I had just a bit of trouble getting the right feel," Peavy said.

"I battled a little bit with fastball command, but for the most part it was there, and I got a couple of good sliders over for strikes," said Latos.

Up next for Giants: Building his durability in case he replaces Matt Cain as the No. 5 starter to open the season, Chris Heston will oppose the D-backs in Scottsdale Stadium's spring finale at 7:05 p.m. PT on Monday. Heston was expected to be San Francisco's long reliever, but Cain's iffy status has changed things.

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Up next for White Sox: John Danks makes his final Cactus League appearance Monday in Scottsdale, when the White Sox take on the Rockies. The game begins at 3:10 p.m. CT. Danks carries a stretch of 11 straight scoreless innings into this start.

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Chris Haft is a reporter for Read his blog, Haft-Baked Ideas, follow him on Twitter at @sfgiantsbeat and listen to his podcast. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.