A statistical look at the Giants’ 3-2 loss to the host Yankees on Friday:
.132: The Giants’ batting average with runners in scoring position in 53 at-bats since the All-Star break.
1: Hits by Giants All-Star first baseman Brandon Belt in 26 at-bats (a .038 average) since the break. He’s struck out 12 times during that span.
1 for 12: San Francisco’s performance with runners in scoring position.
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3: Throwing errors by Giants Gold Glove shortstop Brandon Crawford, who had just five errors all season coming in.
4: Total errors by the Giants.
.519: The Yankees’ Starlin Castro’s career batting average (14 for 27) against Madison Bumgarner after getting three more hits against the Giants pitcher on Friday.
6: Consecutive losses by the Giants to begin the second half of the season.
6-9: The Giants’ record against American League teams this season.
10: Errors committed by the Giants in six games since the break.
20: Saves by Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman in 21 attempts.
103: Chapman struck out Belt on a 103-mph fastball to end the game.
Compiled by Stu Rosenberg