A look behind the numbers of the Giants’ 17-7 loss to the Colorado Rockies, during which they gave up 13 runs in the fifth inning, on Thursday:
0: Strikeouts recorded by Giants starter Matt Cain and reliever Vin Mazzaro in 4 1/3 innings.
1: Out recorded by Mazzaro, who relieved Cain in the fifth inning, throwing 35 pitches before getting pulled.
1: Hit total given up by the Giants’ Derek Law (2 2/3 innings), Cory Gearrin (one inning) and Hunter Strickland (one inning), after Mazzaro was pulled.
4: Days the Giants went without giving up 12 runs in a single inning. The New York Mets scored 12 on them in the third inning on Saturday, April 30. San Francisco lost that game 13-1.
8: Runs allowed by Cain – three in the first, one in the second and four in the fifth – six earned.
9: Runs allowed by Mazzaro, seven earned, all in the fifth.
10: Hits allowed by Cain for the second time in three starts. He allowed 10 hits only once last season in 13 appearances, including 11 starts.
13: Runs scored by the Rockies in the fifth inning, a franchise record.
19: Years since the Giants last gave up 13 runs in an inning, to the Montreal Expos on May 7, 1997.
33: Hits combined by the Giants (16) and Rockies (17). It was the most for San Francisco since the Giants had 16 in a 13-9 win over the San Diego Padres on April 27. The Giants’ season high is 17 in a 12-6 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers on April 7.
Compiled by Jon Schultz