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

Giants spring training Day 9: Bumgarner, Melancon face hitters

Giants spring training Day 9: Bumgarner, Melancon face hitters

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Madison Bumgarner aims to get all 27 outs every time he takes the mound, but on Tuesday the coaching staff gave the ace a nice view of the man who will help out if his nights are cut short. 

Bumgarner threw his first live batting practice session of the spring on the main field at Scottsdale Stadium. Mark Melancon, the new closer, followed him. Both players said they felt good. Both also found things to work on in advance of opening day. 

“Strength-wise I felt pretty good, really good, actually,” Bumgarner said. “My command up in the zone was right where I want it. I’m pretty happy with that. My cutter was pretty straight, but that usually comes around pretty quick.”

Melancon didn’t even throw his go-to cutter, saying he usually pockets it until later in camp. He’s getting the feel for his curveball back because he doesn’t throw it until he reports. Like Bumgarner, Melancon said he’s where he needs to be physically.

“I feel really good,” he said. “In years past there has been some slowness but I don’t feel that this year. I’m right where I want to be.”

The Giants have not finalized a Cactus League rotation, but Bumgarner will likely throw an inning in Friday’s opener. Melancon could follow him, as he’ll throw in the early innings until late March. He said he’ll talk to pitching coach Dave Righetti about closing a game or two over the final days of camp so he can start locking his routine down. It’s probably a lock that he’ll close out that first Bay Bridge Series game back at AT&T Park. 

ICYMI: Here’s actual (shaky) footage of Bumgarner throwing today. At one point, he gave Denard Span a hard time for missing a slider that he was told was coming. Span had a good reason. “I didn't understand him when he said it because of his accent,” he said. 

ICYMI, PART II: The latest podcast is a couple of interviews with Derek Law and Josh Osich. Law explained how he ordered 800 chicken nuggets for his wedding. 

CUETO UPDATE: The Giants now expect Johnny Cueto to join camp this weekend. His status for the WBC is up in the air. Speaking of the WBC, trainer Dave Groeschner will be leaving camp on Feb. 27 to work with manager Hensley Meulens and the Netherlands. Bullpen catcher Taira Uematsu is also working with the team, which opens play in Seoul. Anthony Reyes will be head trainer while Groeschner is gone.

PROSPECT WATCH: Bruce Bochy said right-hander Ray Black was a standout during early live BP sessions. “He had a hell of an outing yesterday,” Bochy said. “They said he was really good.”   Black, 26, still throws 100-plus. He still has command issues, though, with 32 walks in 31 1/3 innings last year. If he can get over that hump and stay healthy, he might rocket to the big leagues.

QUOTABLE: After just about every start last season — most of which were dominant — Bumgarner said he wasn’t happy with his mechanics. He said Tuesday that he’s still searching for the perfect feeling. “I was being a perfectionist,” he said. “If you’re being a perfectionist, I really haven’t had (my mechanics) where I wanted the last couple of years. It’s not like it’s too far off, obviously.”

Johnny Cueto hopes to join Giants camp this weekend

Johnny Cueto hopes to join Giants camp this weekend

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — The Giants have been watching high-quality clips of Johnny Cueto all spring, even though the co-ace has remained in the Dominican Republic. On Monday, manager Bruce Bochy finally managed to get face-to-face with Cueto. Kind of. 

Cueto spoke to Bochy, trainer Dave Groeschner and others via FaceTime, and all involved finally managed to hammer out a schedule for Cueto’s arrival. Cueto has been in the Dominican Republic tending to his ill father, Domingo, but he is expected to arrive in Scottsdale this weekend. Cueto is working to secure a visa for his father, who will travel with him.

Bochy wanted to have a long discussion with Cueto to get a sense of how ready he’ll be for the World Baseball Classic. Cueto’s participation is still up in the air, and not just because he has missed the first week of camp. There is a chance, Bochy said, that Cueto will choose to stay in Scottsdale to continue taking care of his father. The Dominican Republic opens play in Miami on March 9.

“He said he knows he’s got to make a decision real soon regarding what he does,” Bochy said. “Pitching or not pitching, he’s got to let them know as soon as possible.”

Cueto has been throwing to hitters at a facility in Boca Chica. He threw a 45-pitch bullpen session on Tuesday.