Giants-Dodgers stat pack


Giants-Dodgers stat pack

Giants vs Dodgers This Season

In LA In SF Record 1-2 3-0 Runs 5 13 Runs Allowed 16 0
The Giants have shutout the Dodgers the last 27 innings. The San Francisco record for most consecutive shutout innings vs an opponent is 31.
San Francisco History
Most Consecutive Scoreless Innings vs Opponent
31 vs Phillies 1960 31 vs Mets 1964 29 vs Pirates 1968 29 vs Dodgers 1994-95 27 vs Mets 1989 27 vs. Dodgers 2012 Franchise Record is 40 vs Pirates in 1906

The Dodgers have gone 34 straight innings without scoring a run at AT&T Park. (Their last run in San Francisco came on Sept 11, 2011 on a 2nd inning double by Tony Gwynn, Jr.)

Giants Franchise History
Most Consecutive Scoreless Innings vs Opponent at Home
46 vs Phillies 1953-54 45 vs Pirates 1950 34 vs Bisons 1985 34 vs Dodgers 2011-Present 33 vs Reds 1933 33 vs Mets 2009-2010

Remaining Schedules

Giants Games Remaining 62 64 vs Each Other 12 12 at Home 32 33 on Road 30 31 on Road vs .500 19 10 vs N.L. West 36 43
Season Breakdown

Thru May 27 Since Dodgers 32-15 21-32 Giants 25-23 30-20
Giants Since All-Star Break
Record 9-3 Run Diff 28 AVG .266 w RISP .284 RGM 5.0 HR 11 ERA 2.26 Opp AVG .180
Giants by Month

Rec RGM ERA April 12-10 4.1 3.38 May 15-14 3.9 3.39 June 17-11 3.9 3.35 July 11-8 4.5 3.78
Matt CainCareer vs Dodgers

1st 14 Starts Last 5 Starts Record 0-8 3-0 ERA 4.32 1.8 Opp Avg .302 1.77 Run Support 2.3 4.9 SF Record 4-10 5-0
Matt CainThis Season

Home Road Starts 9 10 Rec 5-2 5-1 ERA 1.96 3.56 Opp Avg .183 .234 HR 5 10 Lowest in N.L.

Melky Cabreraby Month

AVG OPS April .300 .789 May .429 1.104 June .304 .784 July .380 1.009 Buster PoseySince All-Star Break
11 Games
.465 Average
3 Home Runs
4 Doubles
17 RBI
.489 OB
.767 Slug
Leads Majors
Matt KempSince return from Disabled List
Games 12 Avg .302 HR 2 RBI 6 Walks K 214 LA Rec 6-6 Dodgers: 23-11 Record before Injury

Five mistakes that will haunt Giants after 77th loss of 2017

Five mistakes that will haunt Giants after 77th loss of 2017

SAN FRANCISCO — If the Giants were in a different situation, Tuesday night’s loss was the kind that really would sting for a few days. As is, it was simply loss No. 77 in a stunningly bad season. 

The Giants went down 4-3 in somewhat familiar fashion, with their offense failing to break through and their bullpen coming up short. But this loss, No. 77, was also about small mistakes, both mental and physical. Let’s count down some of the ways the Giants went down:

--- Gorkys Hernandez, a late addition to the lineup because Hunter Pence has a tight hamstring, dropped a fly ball in deep right in the fourth inning. That cost Jeff Samardzija a run and a few more pitches. Bruce Bochy said Pence likely will be off Wednesday and then return Friday in Arizona. 

--- Bochy pulled Samardzija after just 89 pitches, and it was certainly peculiar in the moment. The thing is, the intention fit in with the reality of this season. Samardzija has carried a heavy load and Bochy was trying to protect his arm a bit. 

“The inning before, he logged some pitches,” Bochy said. “I’ve worked him pretty hard and I’m really looking after him as much as anything. We’re trying to give some guys a break and it didn’t work out. We had some guys lined up in the seventh, eighth, ninth — it just didn’t work out in the seventh.”

--- You can’t really argue with protecting a big-money pitcher in a down year. But Bochy probably wishes he had chosen someone other than Albert Suarez, who was fresher than others but has now given up runs in six of seven appearances. Suarez turned a one-run lead into a one-run deficit. It was more glaring when Kyle Crick entered and pitched 1 1/3 sharp innings. 

--- The Giants still had a chance — it helped that the Brewers took a dominant Josh Hader out of the game just because he’s a lefty and Nick Hundley bats right-handed — and they put two on in the eighth. Denard Span hit a soft single to right and Phil Nevin waved Hundley, who has catcher’s legs. He was out by a mile. Bochy said he was fine with forcing the issue there, although that’s a call Nevin probably wants back. 

Another twist on the play: Bochy could have put speedy Orlando Calixte in for Hundley and then moved Pablo Sandoval over to first in the next inning, with Calixte at third. He didn’t second-guess that decision.

“He was out pretty easily,” Bochy said. “I don’t know if a little more speed would have helped out.”

--- In the bottom of the ninth, Kelby Tomlinson singled. He was promptly caught stealing second with the heart of the order coming up. Again, a decision that went the visiting team’s way. 

Those moments could be defended or second-guessed. On another night, maybe they all work out and the Giants win 3-2, or 6-4. On this night, it was simply a familiar script, and loss No. 77.

Instant Analysis: Five takeaways from Giants' 4-3 loss to Brewers


Instant Analysis: Five takeaways from Giants' 4-3 loss to Brewers


SAN FRANCISCO — Just when it seemed the Giants were starting to find some continuity in their bullpen, they have taken a couple of steps back. 

Two days after Hunter Strickland imploded late, Albert Suarez gave up the lead. The Giants lost 4-3 to the Brewers in a game that dragged. The Brewers did open the window a bit in the bottom of the eighth and Denard Span bounced a single to right with two outs and two on. Phil Nevin waved Nick Hundley all the way around third and Hundley was thrown out by 10 feet to end the inning. 

Anyway, here are five other things to know … 

—- Just one of Jeff Samardzija’s six innings went 1-2-3, and Bruce Bochy turned to the bullpen after just 89 pitches. Samardzija was charged with two runs, one of them earned. It was a little odd that he came out so early. 

—- Suarez entered in the seventh with a one-run lead and gave up two runs before being lifted. He has allowed a run in six of his last seven appearances. 

—- Brandon Crawford momentarily gave the Giants the lead with a two-run homer, his 11th. He is definitely starting to hit his stride. Crawford has four extra base hits and six RBI on the homestand. 

—- Why is it so hard for the Giants to sign power bats? Well, just ask Eric Thames. He hit a 433-foot blast to lead off the third but ended up with just a triple when it bounced off the top of the bricks in right-center. Per Statcast data, Thames is the first player in the last three years to hit a ball more than 430 feet and not get a homer. He was stranded at third. 

—- Over in Sacramento, a couple of rehab appearances went as planned. Johnny Cueto threw three scoreless innings for the River Cats; he will make at least one more minor league start. Joe Panik was 0-for-2 in five innings; he will join the San Jose Giants on Wednesday for another rehab game.