DOUBLE DIGIT LOSSES… Last night marked just the fifth double-digit shut out loss for the Giants by the Dodgers at home…the Giants lost by a score of 10-0 to the Dodgers on July 28, 2012 and also lost an 11-0 game to LA in San Francisco twice: Sept. 12, 1974 and June 21, 1997…the Brooklyn Dodgers beat the New York Giants 10-0 at the Polo Grounds on Oct. 2, 1951.
GIANT OFFENSE – ONE OF THE BEST SINCE THE BREAK… The Giants’ offense has been one of the best in baseball since the All-Star break, ranking first in runs/game, team batting average and team batting average with runners in scoring position, while ranking second in team OPS.
GIANTS COMING UP BIG WITH 2 OUTS… The Giants, who rank 12th in the Majors in total runs scored (621), have scored 254 runs with two outs, which leads the Majors in that category this season (Elias).
TIM LINCECUM… Made his fifth career regular season relief appearance last night (allowed five runs in 3.0 ip).
MICHAEL KICKHAM… Has allowed five runs on eight hits in 2.0 innings, covering two appearances.
BRETT BOCHY… Became the ninth father/son-Manager/player combo in the Majors and the first to appear as a pitcher.
CHRIS DOMINGUEZ… Batted .274 (136-for-496) with 23 2Bs, 21 HRs and 85 RBI in 131 games for triple-A Fresno.
GARY BROWN… Was selected by the Giants in the first round (24th overall) in the 2010 draft.
ERIK CORDIER… Made his ML debut on Sept. 3, hitting 100mph on the radar gun consistently.
CHRIS HESTON… Made his Major League debut last night tossing 1.0-scoreless inning with two Ks.