SAN FRANCISCO (Ticker) --
' lone at-bat in the first game of a doubleheader against the
did not go nearly as well as hoped.
Bonds popped out with two men on and one out in the eighth inning and
was doubled off second base as the
San Francisco Giants
saw their six-game winning streak snapped by the Expos, 6-2.
had a two-run homer - his 100th - and a go-ahead RBI single for Montreal, which had lost three straight games, including the first two of this four-game set.
"It's good to win the game and break the losing streak against them," Vidro said. "We had tough losses the first two nights, but hitting a special home run makes the game that much better."
San Francisco trailed, 3-2, when Mohr led off the bottom of the eighth with a single against
and moved to second on
's one-out single. Bonds entered the contest and popped out just foul of third base for the second out, but Mohr - who apparently had lost track of the outs - nearly was midway to third base and was caught off second.
"We had major opportunities to score and didn't," Giants manager
said. "We made too many mental mistakes."
The Expos added three runs in the ninth on a sacrifice fly by
and a RBI single by
and a run-scoring double by
with a single to left that third baseman
inexplicably cut off.
(4-6) allowed two runs and six hits in 5 2/3 innings to pick up the win for Montreal.
(1-2) gave up three runs and six hits in six innings in his third start.
Vidro homered in the fourth and had an RBI single in the sixth of Hennessey.
"It's a good thing we're playing two," Alou said. "Because we sure didn't play the first one."