Final

Rangers 4

(13-19, 6-10 away)

Giants 7

(20-12, 13-3 home)

    4:05 PM ET, April 3, 2005

    AT&T Park, San Francisco, California 

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    San Francisco 7, Texas 4

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Edgardo Alfonzo drove in two runs, Pedro Feliz added three hits and the San Francisco Giants beat the Texas Rangers 7-4 Sunday.

    The Giants finished spring training with a 20-12-1 mark, their most wins in spring since 1987 when they finished 20-10 and went on to win the National League West.

    The Rangers' Chan Ho Park gave up just two runs in five innings on five hits.

    "I feel good about the way I finished spring training," Park said. "It's been one of the best springs I've had in the last several years. I was keeping the ball down and getting a lot of ground ball outs."

    The Giants capitalized on an error by Cody Ransom to score five runs in the sixth.

    Feliz led off the inning with a double to left and scored on Michael Tucker's triple to center. Tucker scored when Alfonzo singled.

    The Giants scored two more runs when Ransom, who began his career with the Giants and signed with Texas during the offseason, misplayed the ball on a cut-off throw.

    Francisco Cordero took the loss for the Rangers after giving up four runs in just a third of an inning. The four runs were the first allowed by Cordero this spring.

    The Rangers scored first when Rod Barajas drove in David Dellucci with a single in the second after Dellucci lead off with a triple to center field. Alfonso Soriano added an RBI single in the second.

    Michael Young hit a solo shot to left in the third.

    San Francisco starter Jerome Williams gave up three runs and seven hits in five innings.<

    ^Notes:@ Rangers right-hander Carlos Almanzar returned home to the Dominican Republic after his mother died on Saturday night. Texas placed Almanzar on the bereavement list and called up right hander Nick Regilio from Triple-A. ... The Giants held second baseman Ray Durham out of the lineup for the second straight game as he recovers from a slight groin strain. "Ray continues to show progress," Giants head trainer Stan Conte said. "We just decided that the weather was too cold for him to play today." At game time, the temperature was 56. "He'll be in the opening day lineup on Tuesday," Conte added.

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