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Giants gets more good work from Moore in victory over Diamondbacks

Giants starting pitcher Matt Moore delivers to the plate during the third inning of Wednesday’s game against the Arizona Diamondbacks in San Francisco.
Giants starting pitcher Matt Moore delivers to the plate during the third inning of Wednesday’s game against the Arizona Diamondbacks in San Francisco. The Associated Press

A statistical look at the Giants’ 4-2 win over the Diamondbacks:

1 1/2: Games the Giants trail the Dodgers by in the National League West.

1: Career victories at AT&T Park by Giants pitcher Matt Moore.

2: Victories as a Giant by Moore in six starts since coming over in a trade with Tampa Bay.

2-3: Moore’s record as a Giant.

4: Times Arizona’s Yasmany Tomas struck out in four at-bats, the dreaded Golden Sombrero.

4: Wins by the Giants in their last six games.

5: Losses by the Diamondbacks in their last 16 games at AT&T Park.

6: Home runs allowed this season by Giants closer Santiago Casilla.

7: Strikeouts by Moore.

10: Games the Giants will play on an 11-day road trip that begins Thursday at Wrigley Field with the first of four games against the N.L. Central-leading Chicago Cubs.

10: Losses this season in 12 decisions by Arizona pitcher Shelby Miller, who is 8-27 over the past two seasons.

11-16: The Giants’ record in August.

14: Holds by Strickland.

92: Pitches made by Moore.

29: Saves by Casilla in 35 attempts.

62: RBIs this season by Giants All-Star catcher Buster Posey.

123: Times Giants All-Star first baseman Brandon Belt has struck out this season.

Compiled by Stu Rosenberg

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