Giants right fielder Hunter Pence has hit two of those three homers and driven in four of those 10 runs.
Pence's two-run homer in the top of the fourth Wednesday night at Petco Park was not only the decisive blow in San Francisco's 2-1 win, it ended a run of 18 straight scoreless innings pitched by Pomeranz.
The 18-inning scoreless streak was the longest by a Padres pitcher in a single season since Andrew Cashner worked 18 straight scoreless innings from Sept. 9-20, 2014.
Pomeranz has a 1.96 ERA on the season, and he is 3-3 over his past six starts with a 1.54 ERA with 41 strikeouts against 22 hits and 15 walks with 41 strikeouts in 35 innings. Pomeranz owns a 2-1 record in three starts at Petco Park with a 1.02 ERA.
Overall, Pomeranz is part of a strong run by Padres pitchers over the club's last 29 games.
Since April 29, the Padres pitching staff has a 2.75 ERA while the starters have a 3.05 ERA over the span.
Notes from the scorebook
• Left-handed setup reliever Ryan Buchter worked a scoreless inning Wednesday night and has 17 straight scoreless appearances since allowing a run on April 8 in his third outing with the Padres. With Pomeranz's run of 18 straight scoreless innings ending Wednesday, Buchter's active run of 16 1/3 straight scoreless innings is the longest active run by a Padres pitcher. Over his last 17 appearances, Buchter has given up five hits and eight walks with 21 strikeouts. His ERA is down to 0.47.
• Matt Kemp's 10th homer of the season in the ninth inning Tuesday night was only the 11th by a Padres player to reach the third deck of the Western Metal Supply Co. building in left. Khalil Greene is the only Padres player to reach the second deck twice.
• Third baseman Brett Wallace is 5-for-10 in his last three games with two doubles and a solo home run to raise his batting average from .180 to .225.
• Left fielder Melvin Upton Jr. is hitting .321 (17-for-53) thus far in May. He has three doubles and three homers this month for five RBIs.