A statistical look at the Giants’ 2-1 loss to the visiting Reds on Wednesday:
2-0: Reds starting pitcher Dan Straily’s record in head-to-head matchups against the Giants’ Madison Bumgarner.
2.09: Bumgarner’s ERA this season.
4: Hits by the Giants against three Cincinnati pitchers.
4: Home runs this season by the Giants’ Conor Gillaspie, whose solo shot off Straily in the third inning provided San Francisco’s only run of the day.
5: Consecutive games in which the Reds’ Jay Bruce has homered. He has six homers during the stretch.
6: Losses by the San Francisco in Bumgarner’s last eight starts.
8: Home runs by Cincinnati in the three-game series, an AT&T Park record. The Marlins hit eight homers in a four-game series in July 2010.
9: Losses by the Giants in 11 games since the All-Star break.
9: Strikeouts recorded by Bumgarner in eight innings.
10: Runs scored by the Giants in Bumgarner’s last five games.
11: Consecutive games with a hit against the Reds by the Giants Brandon Belt before the All-Star first baseman went 0 for 2 in Wednesday’s loss. He went into the game as a career .398 hitter vs. Cincinnati, including a .522 mark since the beginning of last season.
12: Saves by Reds reliever Tony Cingrani in 17 attempts.
12: Consecutive games with a hit by the Reds’ Joey Votto, who had two of Cincinnati’s six hits. Votto is batting .500 (20 for 40) over that stretch.
18: Home runs allowed by Giants starting pitchers in 11 games since the All-Star break.
20: Consecutive scoreless innings pitched at home by Bumgarner (dating to a start on June 25 against the Phillies) before the Reds scored an unearned run in the fifth.
25: Home runs by Bruce this season.
Compiled by Stu Rosenberg