Logan Webb, Giants shut down Rockies’ bats

Logan Webb didn’t allow a hit for the first 5 1/3 innings, Wilmer Flores had three hits and the San Francisco Giants beat the Colorado Rockies 6-1 in Denver on Wednesday night.Brandon Crawford, Austin Wynns, Joc Pederson and Lamont Wade Jr. had two hits each for San Francisco (72-77), which has won three straight.Elehuris Montero homered for Colorado (64-85).The first pitch of the night was pushed back 65 minutes because of rain in the Denver area. Temperatures were in the low 50s after Tuesday’s game-time temperature was 87 degrees.The cooler weather didn’t bother the Giants. Wade led off the game with a double off the wall in the right field corner and scored on a groundout by David Villar to make it 1-0.San Francisco added to the lead in the fourth. Crawford led off with a double to center, Jason Vosler tripled to right-center field one out later and Luis Gonzalez singled to left to put the Giants ahead 3-0.The visitors added another in the fifth. Wade and Flores had consecutive singles to start the frame and two outs later Crawford drove in Wade with another single.