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Giants beat Yankees in 12; A’s rally past Rays in the ninth

The A’s Ryon Healy celebrates after hitting the game-winning home run off Tampa Bay Rays closer Alex Colome during the ninth inning of a baseball game Saturday, July 23, 2016, in Oakland. The A's won 4-3.
The A’s Ryon Healy celebrates after hitting the game-winning home run off Tampa Bay Rays closer Alex Colome during the ninth inning of a baseball game Saturday, July 23, 2016, in Oakland. The A's won 4-3. The Associated Press

A statistical look at the Giants’ 2-1 victory over the Yankees in 12 innings and the A’s 4-3 comeback win over the Rays:

0: Before Mac Williamson’s RBI single in the top of the 12th inning, San Francisco had been 0 for 10 with runners in scoring position, dropping to 7 for 63 (.111) since the All-Star break.

2: Home runs by Oakland rookie Ryon Healy, including the game-winner Saturday, in his eight-day career in the majors.

2: Walk-off wins by the A’s in their last two games.

3: Walk-off wins by the A’s in their last five games.

4:25: Length of Saturday’s Giants-Yankees game.

6: Consecutive victories by A’s starting pitcher Kendall Graveman.

6: Scoreless innings delivered by San Francisco’s bullpen.

6: Consecutive losses by the Giants before Saturday’s win.

6-3: Oakland’s record since the All-Star break.

11: Errors committed by the Giants in seven games since the break.

21: Consecutive saves recorded by Rays closer Alex Colome before the A’s scored three runs against him in the ninth.

102: Pitches thrown by Graveman in his first career nine-inning complete game.

117: Pitches thrown by Giants starter Johnny Cueto, two shy of his season high.

30: Major league-leading comeback wins this season by the Giants.

58: Wins this season by the Giants, tied with the Cubs and Nationals for the most in the majors.

Compiled by Stu Rosenberg

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