Webb pulled early after no-hit bid ends, Giants top Rox 6-1

By MIKE CRANSTON
Associated Press

DENVER (AP) — Logan Webb didn’t allow a hit until one out in the sixth inning and was then immediately pulled by manager Gabe Kapler after 66 pitches in the San Francisco Giants’ 6-1 victory over the Colorado Rockies. Alex Young, Cole Waites and Scott Alexander held the Rockies to two hits before Elehuris Montero ninth-inning homer off Thomas Szapucki in the Giants’ third straight win. Kapler said before the game they were monitoring Webb’s workload as he had thrown a career-high 182 innings entering his 31st start. But Webb showed no signs of fatigue in retiring the first 11 batters.

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