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Comparing the Giants and A’s at the All-Star break

San Francisco Giants pitcher Johnny Cueto throws against the Colorado Rockies during a baseball game, Saturday, May 7, 2016 in San Francisco. Cueto is 13-1 with a 2.47 ERA.
San Francisco Giants pitcher Johnny Cueto throws against the Colorado Rockies during a baseball game, Saturday, May 7, 2016 in San Francisco. Cueto is 13-1 with a 2.47 ERA. The Associated Press

The only thing the teams have in common so far this season – statistically speaking – is the number of times their players have struck out – 596.

A statistical look at their seasons so far:

Statistic

Giants

A’s

Record

57-33

38-51

Home

29-17

17-26

Road

28-16

21-25

1-run games

20-10

10-15

Division standing

First, 6.5 games ahead

Fourth, 15.5 games behind

Top pitcher

Johnny Cueto (13-1, 2.47 ERA)

Rich Hill (9-3 2.25 ERA)

Top hitter

Brandon Belt .302

Danny Valencia .304

Team statistics

Giants

A’s

Batting avg.

.263

.251

Batting average against

.245

.270

Runs for

424

366

Runs against

351

435

Hits

809

761

BBs

325

222

Strikeouts

596

596

Doubles

158

142

Triples

29

16

Home runs

75

90

Home runs allowed

81

105

RBIs

401

355

Steals

47

36

On-base pct.

.336

.304

Slugging pct.

.406

.397

Fielding pct.

.987

.983

Errors

46

57

Longest winning streak

8

6

Longest losing streak

5

7

Compiled by Jeff Caraska

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