The Giants play before sellout crowds every game at AT&T Park and have tailored team-building philosophies to their pitcher-friendly park. They have had plenty of success doing so, but this year they have struggled at home, playing to a nearly identical record at AT&T Park as they have on the road. Here’s a look at the home-road splits entering Friday:
N.L. wins rank
Longest win streak
Note: x-Twice; y-AT&T record; Source: baseball-reference.com
In six home games against the division-leading Dodgers, the Giants are 6-0 and have outscored Los Angeles 22-6.
In six road games against L.A., the Giants are 3-3 and have been outscored 33-25.
Manager Bruce Bochy, following the Giants’ recent 0-6 trip, on the streaky nature of his team, home and away: “We’ve been through it this year, too many of them this year.”