SAN FRANCISCO -- Four pitchers combined on a two-hitter and Gregor Blanco had an RBI double as part of a four-run seventh inning that sent the San Francisco Giants to a 5-0 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Wednesday night. Hunter Pence drew a leadoff walk from Arizona reliever Oliver Perez (3-4) to jump-start the Giants offence. Blanco fell behind 1-2 and fouled off two consecutive pitches before lining a double past diving first baseman Mark Trumbo. Diamondbacks right fielder Alfredo Marte fumbled the ball as it ricocheted off the wall near Arizonas bullpen, allowing Pence to score without a throw. Pinch-hitter Matt Duffy then doubled off Evan Marshall to drive in Blanco. Jean Machi (7-1) retired the only batter he faced for the win, and the Giants remained 2 1-2 games behind the first-place Los Angeles Dodgers in the NL West. The late scoring surge extended San Franciscos winning streak at home to a season-high eight games. It also broke up what had been a stellar matchup of both teams pitching staffs. Diamondbacks starter Josh Collmenter pitched six scoreless innings. He struck out three, walked two and has allowed one run or fewer in each of his last four starts. San Franciscos Ryan Vogelsong gave up just two hits in 6 1-3 innings and, like Collmenter, ended up with a no-decision. Coming off his worst start of the season, Vogelsong struck out three and walked five. Jeremy Affeldt pitched the eighth and Sergio Romo worked the ninth. The Giants had only three hits -- all singles -- before breaking out against Arizonas bullpen. Brandon Crawford scored on a wild pitch and Angel Pagan added a sacrifice fly in the seventh. Travis Ishikawas RBI single in the eighth made it 5-0. TRAINERS ROOM Diamondbacks: RHP Brad Ziegler wound up requiring microfracture surgery on his left knee Tuesday and will likely face a longer rehab than originally thought. 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Kluber pitched four-hit ball for a superb six innings and Jose Ramirez hit his first career homer among three hits as the Indians ended a four-game skid with a 3-0 victory over the New York Yankees. "Every time he toes the rubber its a win," Reliever Cody Allen said. Michael Brantley also connected and had three hits for Cleveland, which won at Yankee Stadium for the first time in eight games and improved to 57-58. Ramirez hit a two-run drive in the second inning. Derek Jeter had an infield single in the sixth inning to pass Honus Wagner for sixth on the career list with No. 3,431. But New York was 0 for 9 with six strikeouts with runners in scoring position in losing for just the second time in eight games. "I try not to think about it but today, Honus Wagner, hes the last one on the list that has played short at all -- so that one hits home a little bit," Jeter said. "But anytime youre passing guys that have had the careers that theyve had, its kind of overwhelming." Kluber (13-6) did not allow a hit until Jacoby Ellsbury doubled with one out in the fourth and struck out 10. The right-hander has allowed only one earned run in his last 31 1-3 innings over four starts. He has won six straight decisions. "Just stick with my same approach. Maybe just executing a little better," Kluber said of his recent success. Scott Atchison, Bryan Shaw and Allen each pitched an inning with Allen finishing striking out two to finish the five-hitter for his 15th save. Brandon McCarthy (4-1) lost for the first time in six starts with New York. He received a scare in the third when he took a liner off his right foot but he continued for 6 1-3 innings, yielding two runs and seven hits. McCarthy was hit in the head by a liner in 2012 and looked briefly shaken this time. "I dont thiink about it," McCarthy said.dddddddddddd "Its one of the things when I was coming back that I had to accept the reality that things can come back at you -- you still have to play." Yankees manager Joe Girardi said x-rays of McCarthys foot were negative. TRAINERS ROOM Indians: Left fielder David Murphy was lifted after the fifth inning with soreness in the right side. He said his side has been bothering him the last week but got worse Saturday. He will have an MRI. ... Right fielder Nick Swisher was lifted for the eighth inning because of his troublesome right knee. Yankees: Catcher Brian McCann was placed on the seven-day concussion list. He was hit in the facemask by a foul ball Friday night in the third inning and was feeling foggy when Girardi pulled him for a pinch hitter in the sixth. ... First baseman Mark Teixeira missed a third straight game with an injured pinkie. He said it was too sore to play. UP NEXT Indians: Carlos Carrasco (3-4) will make his first start since April 25 for Cleveland, taking Danny Salazars spot. Salazar was demoted to the minors last week. Carrasco was 0-3 with a 6.95 in four starts before being relegated to the bullpen. He has a 2.30 ERA in 26 appearances. Yankees: Hiroki Kuroda (7-7) is 14-4 with a 2.48 ERA in 24 day games since joining New York in 2012. SLEEPING ON THE JOB Indians manager Terry Francona slept on the couch in the visiting managers office after Friday nights 10-6 loss that took nearly four hours. "I was out cold, man," he said. K-ZONE Kluber has seven games with at least 10 strikeouts this season, the most by and Indians pitcher since Dennis Eckersly did it eight times in 1976. NO FREEBIES McCarthy has walked three or fewer batters in each of his last 105 starts dating to 2009, the longest active streak in the majors. TRADE BAIT The fan who caught Ramirezs homer asked for two autographed balls from Jason Giambi, a former Yankee. The Indians said they made the deal. ' ' '