A statistical look at the Giants’ 3-0 victory over the Dodgers:
0: Runs allowed by Giants pitcher Ty Blach in eight innings in his second big-league start.
1: Home runs by the Giants’ Angel Pagan off Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw in 68 career at-bats.
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1: The Giants hold a one-game lead over the Cardinals for the final N.L. wild-card playoff berth entering Sunday’s seasion finale.
1: Dodgers who got as far as second base.
2: Hits by Blach – the first two of his big-league career. He became just the second pitcher, and the first since Washinton’s Craig Stammen in 2010, to collect two hits off Kershaw in a game.
3: Hits allowed by Blach – all singles.
4: Saves in as many opportunities by newly-anointed Giants closer Sergio Romo – all coming since Sept. 20.
6: Strikeouts by Blach.
6: Career extra-base hits by Pagan off Kershaw.
12: Career-high home runs by Pagan.
14-7: Blach’s record at Triple-A Sacramento, including a 3.43 ERA and 113 strikeouts in 162 2/3 innings.
99: Pitches by Blach, 67 of which went for strikes.
Compiled by Stu Rosenberg