SAN DIEGO -- One day after being no-hit, the San Diego Padres erupted for a season high four home runs and double digits in hits.
Chris Denorfia, Nick Hundley, Will Venable and Carlos Quentin went deep as the Padres rebounded from Saturday's no-hitter by San Francisco's Tim Lincecum for a 10-1 romp over the Giants on Sunday before a crowd of 33,243 at Petco Park.
Eric Stults gave up a run in the first and blanked the Giants for the next five innings. Stults (8-7) limited the Giants to five hits with five strikeouts and two walks in six innings.
The Padres chased Barry Zito after only two innings. Zito (4-7), who has lost four of five decisions at Petco, allowed four runs on four hits. Three of those hits were home runs.
The win snapped a four-game losing streak for the Padres (42-54) and was only their fourth victory in the past 22 games. The Giants (43-51) had a three-game winning streak halted, but took three of four in the series.
San Diego outhit the Giants, 12-7.
Andres Torres led off the game with a triple to right-center and scored on Marco Scutaro's single to left for a 1-0 Giants lead. But it was all San Diego from that point on.
Denorfia launched a solo home run an estimated 417 feet into the upper deck in left to tie the score in the bottom of the inning.
In the second, the Padres got back-to-back homers off Zito as Hundley drilled a solo shot into the upper deck in left and Venable smacked one to right for a 3-1 Padres lead.
The Padres scored four more runs in the third and batted around. Quentin lined a double off the wall in left to score Everth Cabrera for one run before an RBI groundout by Jesus Guzman and run-scoring singles by Hundley and Venable increased the Padres lead to 7-1.
They added a run in the fourth and two more in the fifth.
Quentin, who hit his club-leading 12th home run in the fifth off reliever George Kontos, went 2-for-4 with three RBIs. Jesus Guzman, Hundley and Venable each drove in two runs. Hundley had three hits.
NOTES: Padres LHP Colt Hynes, who made his major-league debut by pitching the ninth inning, was called up from Triple-A Tucson on Sunday. To make room, the club optioned RHP Brad Brach back to Tucson. ... Cabrera stole his NL-leading 34th base in the third inning. ... Buster Posey has a 13-game hitting streak against the Padres. Posey singled in the third inning, making it nine games in a row he has registered a hit at Petco.