Remember when Bruce Bochy was asked if he had anything to complain about? The manager meandered a bit before saying, “No. There’s nothing I can complain about.” That little conference room repartee happened June 8, after the Giants swept the New York Mets, climbed to 21 games over .500 and took a 9 ½-game lead in the NL West. The heights were so dizzying, you needed a Sherpa and an oxygen bottle. Turns out the Giants came down with some kind of acute sickness after that, altitude or otherwise, and spiraled back to the pack. For that day, though, the Giants overcame a shaky start from Tim Lincecum, Brandon Crawford collected his 32nd RBI and Brandon Hicks collected his 21st. Yep, that’s 53 knocked in through 64 games from a glove-first middle infield. Hicks and Crawford proceeded to drive in a total of six runs over the Giants’ next 31 games. And the rest of the Giants stopped outhitting the team’s mistakes, too.