Torii Hunter tied it at 3 with an RBI double before Matsui singled to right, giving the Angels the lead for good against the team with the best overall record this spring. San Francisco is 19-8 and needs three more wins in its final eight games to post its best exhibition record since going 25-8 in 1964.Saunders allowed three runs and a spring-high seven hits in 4 1/3 innings in his fourth start."I just tried to get ahead of guys. I thought I did a pretty job," he said. "I feel like I'm right on track. My changeup was good. My fastball could've been better. It was a good battle."Making his final spring start, Barry Zito gave up four runs and six hits in 5 1/3 innings for the Giants. The left-hander retired seven consecutive batters during one stretch."I feel good, healthy. Everything is working pretty good," he said. "I've just got to bust my [butt]. It's all I can say."Saunders retired eight of the first nine batters he faced. He worked his way out of a bases-loaded jam in the fourth with three consecutive strikeouts."When the heat is on, you can treat it like a spring training game," he said. "I thought, `Let's try to get out of it and minimize damage."The Giants again loaded the bases in the fifth, with Saunders sandwiching walks to Andres Torres and Pablo Sandoval around a single to Mark DeRosa. Bengie Molina hit a bases-clearing double against his former team, putting the Giants back in front, 3-2.Bobby Abreu, who at 36 is the oldest player on the Angels' 40-man roster, hit his second homer of the spring, giving Los Angeles a 2-0 lead in the third.
Angels manager Mike Scioscia said he would wait a couple more days before announcing a starter for the season opener against Minnesota on April 5. ... The Giants are in the midst of a stretch during which they play 20 straight games, including the regular season, before their next scheduled off day on April 8.