Hector Rondon gave up two runs in the 10th to blow a save against the Diamondbacks on Friday.
A Paul Goldschmidt homer tied up the game, giving Rondon his third blown save in 12 chances this year. It's just the second homer Rondon has allowed, and he has a solid 18/5 K/BB ratio in 19 innings, so his job should be safe.
After entering a tie game, Addison Reed gave up two runs in one-third of an inning Friday against the Cubs.
This won't help his chances of returning to the closer's role anytime soon. Reed had pitched four scoreless innings since losing his job by giving up four runs on May 13.
Ryan Vogelsong blanked the Rockies for six innings Friday in what turned out to be an 11-8 Giants victory.
It was 3-0 after six innings, but both teams scored eight runs from there. Vogelsong has turned in four straight effective starts after posting a 9.31 ERA in three starts and two relief appearances in April. He's 3-2 with a 4.60 ERA for the year.
Brandon Belt went 3-for-5 and hit his fourth homer Friday at Coors Field.
It's the fourth time in eight days that Belt has had three hits and homer. He's hitting .375 in May after coming in at .235 with no homers in April.
Matt Duffy hit his second homer as part of a 3-for-5 night against the Rockies on Friday.
Duffy has established himself as the Giants' best option at third base, for better or worse. He's not going to be much of an asset offensively, but he's certainly outplayed Casey McGehee to date.
D.J. LeMahieu went 2-for-4 and hit his second homer Friday against the Giants.
LeMahieu is bating .326, but between his placement at the bottom of the Rockies order and his poor baserunning, he's scored just 13 runs. Fortunately, he's driven in 20, which has resulted in some surprising early-season fantasy value.
Chris Young spun six scoreless frames in Friday's 5-0 win over the Cardinals.
Young's hot start continues. The tall right-hander scattered six hits while walking two batters and striking out a pair. He has allowed a total of two runs over his four starts this season and owns a 0.78 ERA and 23/9 K/BB ratio in 34 2/3 innings on the year. Not bad for a guy who had to wait until March to sign with a team. Young will face an interesting test next week when he takes on the Yankees in New York.
Lance Lynn yielded five runs in six innings in a loss to the Royals on Friday.
Lynn tied a season-high by giving up 10 hits, but Kendrys Morales did most of the damage with a pair of home runs. The right-hander struck out four and walked one to fall to 3-4 on the year. He'll look to get back into win column with a start against the Diamondbacks next week at home.