Originally written on Pro Sports Daily  |  Last updated 11/18/14
SAN FRANCISCO -- The San Francisco Giants and Chicago Cubs are headed in opposite directions, like two ships passing in the night. Brandon Crawford and Joaquin Arias drove in runs as the Giants completed a rare four-game sweep, defeating the Cubs 3-2 on Monday afternoon. Ryan Vogelsong pitched seven innings, giving up eight hits and two runs for the win. Jeremy Affeldt, typically just a situational pitcher, pitched two perfect innings for his first save since July 2011. "We've had to do that in the past, but it's not been obviously the norm and we've had to adjust to that," Affeldt said of pitching short-handed because of injuries to several Giants relievers. "I think the positive thing, we have a bullpen that can do it. We've got different guys that have been doing some positive things and that's why we've been winning." The Giants are a season-high seven games over .500 and have won four in a row for the first time this season. They were 6-1 on the seven-game homestan...
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