By: Phllip Torres
WASHINGTON D.C.-The San Francisco Giants fell to the Washington Nationals 6-2 on Saturday night in the Nations Capital.
After an impressive 10-2 victory on Friday night, the Giants could not pull it together offensively.
Hunter Pence hit his 18th homerun of the season to put San Francisco up 2-0 in the dirat inning for the only two runs of the game for the Giants.
Jordan Zimmerman continued his success against the team by the bay beatung the Giants for the fifth time in his career and improving to a 5-1 record against them.
Tim Lincecum historically has never pitched well against Washington. Lincecum was roughed up for 5 runs in 2 2/3 innings pitched.
The Giants will go for the victory and the series win over the Nationals on Sunday before the fly back to San Francisco to host the division rival Colorado Rockies.