0: Runs allowed by five San Francisco relievers in six innings.
0: Victories in three career starts by Oakland rookie pitcher Daniel Mengden.
3: Innings pitched by Giants starter Jeff Samardzija, matching the shortest start of his nine-year career.
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3: Mengden joins Brad Rigby (1997) and Mike Morgan (1978) as the only pitchers in Oakland history to lose each of his first three decisions.
3: Go-ahead RBIs Joe Panik has had in the Giants’ five wins during the first six games of their road trip.
5-13: The A’s record in June, worst in the American League.
6: Samardzija hasn’t retired a batter in the sixth inning in four of his last five starts.
8: Home runs Samardzija has given up over his last four starts; the right-hander allowed just five home runs over his first 11 starts.
10: Errors committed by the A’s over the last nine games; Oakland has committed errors in nine consecutive games and 13 errors in 15 games.
11: Victories by the Giants in their last 13 games; San Francisco has scored 73 runs during the stretch.
17: Losses by the Pirates in their last 22 games.
21: Strikeouts by Mengden in 18 innings this season – the second-most by any A’s pitcher since 1913 in the first three outings of his career, trailing only Tim Hudson’s 24.
24: Road victories by the Giants, which ties the Cardinals and Nationals for the most in the majors.
29-42: The A’s record, better only than the majors-worst Minnesota Twins (23-48).
117: Consecutive errorless games by A’s outfielder Coco Crisp before his miscue in the fifth.
.167: Opponents’ batting average against Giants reliever Derek Law over his last 11 appearances.
2011: The last time the Giants won consecutive games at PNC Park.
Compiled by Stu Rosenberg