A statistical look at the Giants’ 11-7 loss to the Red Sox in Boston on Wednesday:
2: Full innings where neither team scored (first, eighth).
3: Home runs hit by Boston’s Hanley Ramirez. It was his first three-homer game.
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3: Pitchers who allowed five earned runs in the game: Drew Pomeranz (Red Sox), Matt Cain (Giants) and Albert Suarez (Giants).
3: Most innings thrown by a pitcher: Pomeranz, Suarez and Matt Barnes (Red Sox), who picked up the win.
5: Consecutive losses for the Giants.
6: RBIs for Boston’s Hanley Ramirez.
7: Combined home runs allowed in the game.
8: Hits allowed by Pomeranz over three innings in his first start with the Red Sox.
8: Runs the Red Sox led by before the Giants rallied to within one with a five-run fourth inning and two more in the fifth.
10: Pitchers used, including six by the Red Sox.
14: Hits allowed by starters Matt Cain (Giants) and Pomeranz in 5 1/3 innings.
11: Players in the game with two or more hits.
31: Combined hits, led by Boston’s 16.
153-1: Record for teams that led by eight or more runs in a game this season.
.600: Giants’ winning percentage at 57-38, which ties them for second in the majors with the Washington Nationals. Both teams are half a game behind the Chicago Cubs (57-37).
Compiled by Noel Harris