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Cespedes powers Mets past Giants; Moore remains winless since coming to San Francisco

Giants pitcher Matt Moore works against the New York Mets in the first inning of Saturday’s game in San Francisco.
Giants pitcher Matt Moore works against the New York Mets in the first inning of Saturday’s game in San Francisco. The Associated Press

A statistical look at the Mets’ 9-5 victory over the Giants in San Francisco:

0-3: Pitcher Matt Moore’s record with the Giants since being acquired in a trade with the Tampa Bay Rays.

1.5: Games the Giants lead the Dodgers by in the National League West.

2: Splash homers this season by the Giants' Denard Span.

4.70: Moore’s ERA with San Francisco in four starts.

7: Home runs this season by Span, one off his career high of eight set in 2009 while with the Twins.

11-22: The Giants’ record since the All-Star break.

13: It was the first time in 13 outings Moore pitched less than six innings dating back to June 2.

24: Home runs this season by the Mets’ Yoenis Cespedes, who hit two in Saturday’s win.

17: Walks issued by Moore in 23 innings as a Giant.

18: Consecutive games in which Giants left fielder Angel Pagan has a hit.

103: Pitches thrown by the 43-year-old Colon – 73 for strikes.

229: Career victories by Mets pitcher Bartolo Colon.

457: Distance measured in feet that Cepedes' home run off Moore in the third inning traveled, according to Statcast.com.

The box score

Compiled by Stu Rosenberg

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