Giants Stat-Pack: 9-3 in AT&T openers

Giants Stat-Pack: 9-3 in AT&T openers
April 13, 2012, 4:46 pm
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The Giants have scored four or more runs in each of the first six games of the season. That is the second-longest streak of scoring at least four runs to start a season in San Francisco history. The longest streak was the first nine games of the 2003 season.

Runs Scored First 6 Games of Season
Since 2006
2006 34
2007 14
2008 12
2009 26
2010 31
2011 28
2012 33

Giants Offense - N.L. Ranks
5.5 RunsGame 1st
.245 Team Avg 6th
8 Home Runs t-3rd
14 Doubles 2nd
.314 OB 5th
.421 Slug 3rd

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Giants Pitching - N.L. Ranks
5.58 ERA 16th
.280 Opp Avg 14th
33 Strikeouts 15th
27 X-Base Hits 16th
17.9 PitchesInn 15th

Fewest Runs Scored in N.L.
Pittsburgh 11
Philadelphia 18
New York 18
San Diego 21
Cincinnati 21
.199 Team Avg - 2nd Lowest in N.L. (SD .179)

Giants 3-Game Winning Streak in Home Openers
2009 Def MIL 10-6 Rowand, Molina, Winn all with HR
2010 Def ATL 5-4 in 13 Renteria 2-Run HR ties it in 9th, Rowand Walk-Off RBI Single
2011 Def STL 5-4 in 12 Sandoval Single ties it in 9th, Rowand Walk-Off RBI Single
Giants 9-3 All-Time in Home Openers at AT&T Park

The other walk-off win at AT&T Park in the Home Opener was 2002 when Barry Bonds hit a Walk-Off 2-run HR in the 10th off Alan Embree of the Padres.
Matt CainCareer
Home -- Road
Starts 106 -- 98
REC 39-35 -- 30-38
ERA 3.12 -- 3.66
CG 6 -- 7
HR 55 -- 55
Opp Avg .220 -- .236

Lowest Opp. Average at Home
Since 2009
Clayton Kershaw .197
Justin Verlander .207
Josh Johnson .212
Jered Weaver .212
Matt Cain .214
Most Career Wins at AT&T Park
Jason Schmidt 41
Matt Cain 39
Tim Lincecum 36
Kirk Rueter 28
Livan Hernandez 27
35 Losses at AT&T - Most All-Time

Best Winning Pct at AT&T Park
N.L. Opponents
Dodgers .519 56-52
Cubs .512 22-21
Pirates .474 18-20
Nationals .452 19-23
Reds .442 19-24