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Bumgarner adds to postseason legend as Giants top Mets 3-0 in N.L. wild-card showdown

Giants players Brandon Belt, left, and Brandon Crawford, right, celebrate with Conor Gillaspie after San Francisco’s 3-0 win over the New York Mets in the National League wild-card game on Wednesday night in New York.
Giants players Brandon Belt, left, and Brandon Crawford, right, celebrate with Conor Gillaspie after San Francisco’s 3-0 win over the New York Mets in the National League wild-card game on Wednesday night in New York. The Associated Press

A statistical look at the Giants win/loss over/to the New York Mets on Wednesday:

0.50: Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner’s ERA in seven career postseason road starts.

1: Earned runs allowed by Bumgarner in 54 career postseason innings.

1.94: Bumgarner’s career postseason ERA in 13 starts spanning 97 1/3 innings.

3: Career postseason shutouts by Bumgarner.

3: Go-ahead home runs out of the No. 8 hole in the ninth inning or later of a winner-take-all postseason game.

3: Times in the last three seasons that the N.L. wild-card game has ended in a shut out.

6: Postseason starts in which Bumgarner has not allowed a run.

9: Consecutive postseason games the Giants have won when facing elimination.

10: Strikeouts by Mets starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard.

16: Strikeouts by Bumgarner in two complete-game starts in N.L. wild-card games.

23: Scoreless innings thrown by Bumgarner in winner-take-all games.

42: Pitches thrown by Syndegaard that went at least 98 mph – more than the Phillies (41) and Indians (35) threw all year, according to a tweet from Inside Edge.

109: Pitches thrown by Syndergaard.

119: Pitches thrown by Bumgarner.

Compiled by Stu Rosenberg

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