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1 SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS 2015 GAME NOTES 24 Willie Mays Plaza San Francisco, CA Phone: @SFG_Stats San Francisco Giants (69-62) at Los Angeles Dodgers (73-57) LHP Madison Bumgarner (16-6, 2.97) vs. RHP Zack Greinke (14-3, 1.61) Game #132/Road Game #67 Sept. 1, 2015 Dodger Stadium 7:10 p.m. (PT) CSN Bay Area KNBR 680 KTRB 860 UPCOMING PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS & BROADCAST SCHEDULE: Date Opp Time (PT) Giants Starter Opposing Starter TV Wednesday, Sept. 2 at LA 7:10 p.m. RHP Mike Leake (9-6, 3.53) LHP Clayton Kershaw (11-6, 2.24) CSN Bay Area All games broadcast on KNBR 680 AM (English radio). All home games and road games in LA and SD broadcast on KTRB 860 AM ESPN Deportes (Spanish radio). TONIGHT'S GAME: The Giants and Dodgers play the middle game of this three-game series...sf dropped a 5-4 contest last night in a game that took 14.0 innings and five hours and 29 minutes to play...the Giants have now lost their last three games, six of their last nine and eight of their last 12. GIANTS ROSTER MOVES: The Giants have made the following roster moves prior to today's game: RHP Tim Hudson (#17) has been reinstated from the DL. OF Angel Pagan (#16) returned from his rehab assignment at triple-a and has been reinstated from the DL. RHP Cody Hall (#59) has been recalled from triple-a...hall will be seeking to make his big league debut. C Hector Sanchez (#29) has been recalled from triple-a. IF Nick Noonan ( # 2 1 ) co nt ra c t p u rc h a s e d f ro m t r i p l e -A a n d added to the Major League roster. GIANTS ON THIS TRIP TO LOS ANGELES, COLORADO, ARIZONA Games...1 Record Average (13x54) Avg. w/risp (4x13) Runs Per Game (4) Home Runs...0 Stolen Bases...2 ERA (5er, 13.0ip) Starters W-L Starters ERA (4er, 5.2ip) Relievers W-L Relievers ERA (1er, 7.1ip) Saves/Chances...0/0 OF Justin Maxwell has been designated for assignment to make room for Noonan on the 40-man roster. THE ROSTER: The Giants now have 31 active players on their roster (15 pitchers, three catchers, six infielders and seven outfielders). GIANTS ACQUIRE DE AZA: The Giants acquired OF Alejandro De Aza (pronounced ahluh-hahn-droh dee AH-zuh) from the Red Sox last night in exchange for minor league LHP Luis Ysla...De Aza, an eight-year Major League veteran, turned around a slow start upon his move to the Red Sox, batting.292 over 178 plate appearances...the 31-year-old has now changed teams via trade for the second time this summer and for the third time in the last two Aza will wear uniform number 45 for the Giants. IN THE STANDINGS: The Giants enter tonight's game 4.5 games behind the first-place Dodgers in the NL West and 5.5 games behind the Cubs for the second wild-card spot...this is the Giants' largest deficit since also being 4.5 games on July 12 as the team entered the All- Star break...the Giants have never fallen more than 6.0 games back of first place this season. TONIGHT'S STARTER: LHP Madison Bumgarner (16-6, 2.97) finished the month of August with a 5-0 record, a 1.43 ERA (6er, 37.2ip) and 53 strikeouts in five starts...according to Elias, Bumgarner became one of just three Giants pitchers with a record of 5-0 or better and at least 50 strikeouts in a calendar month...jason Schmidt went 5-0 with 54 strikeouts in May 2004 (1.53 ERA) and Juan Marichal went 6-0 with 60 strikeouts in Sept (2.10 ERA). MORE ON MADISON: Bumgarner, who enters tonight's game with the second-most wins of any NL pitcher with 16, will be seeking to win six consecutive starts for the first time in his career...he's also just two wins shy of matching his career-high in a season (18 in 2014). ROAD WOES: The Giants are 0-1 so far on this 10-game, three-city road trip that also includes stops in Colorado (four games) and Arizona (three games)...the Giants are four games under.500 on the road (31-35) and have lost six of their last nine road series...sf has lost 10 of their last 12 road contests, and beginning June 21, have gone just away from AT&T Park. GIANT STRETCH COMING TO AN END: This series with the Dodgers will mark the end of a 26-game stretch, which began with the Cubs series August 6, in which the Giants are playing playoff caliber teams (Cubs, Astros, Nationals, Cardinals, Pirates, Dodgers)...SF has gone during this span...following this series, the Giants' next 22 games will come against opponents with a record under.500 (Rockies, D-Backs, Padres, Reds, A's). ON THE FARM: The Dominican Summer League Giants (53-19 regular season record) won the DSL Championship yesterday, sweeping the DSL Rangers three games-to-none in the best-of-five Championship Series. WITH THE GLOVES: The Giants have committed just one error in their past 15 games (no errors in their last six contests) and have made just 59 miscues overall this season, the thirdfewest in the Majors (Orioles have 54, Dodgers have made 55). BYRD IS THE WORD: OF Marlon Byrd drove in three runs last night and now has 14 RBI in his last five fact, he's driven in 14 of the Giants' last 23 runs...since being acquired by the Reds, Byrd has batted.286 (12x42) with three HRs and 17 RBI in 10 games in a Giants uniform. WITH RISP: The Giants are hitting.283 (322-for-1,136) with RISP, the best batting average in the National League and the second-best clip in the Majors behind Toronto (.292). GIANTS BY THE NUMBERS NOTE 2015 Current Standing in NL West:...2nd Series Record: Series Record, home: Series Record, road: Series Openers: Series Finales: Sweeps by Giants:...8 Sweeps by Opponent:...6 Most Games Over Most Games Under Current Streak:...L3 Longest Win Streak...8, May Longest Losing Streak... 8, April Home Record: Road Record: Day Record: Night Record: vs. NL West: vs. NL Central: vs. NL East: vs. American League: vs. RH starters: vs. LH starters: Giants Score First: Opp. Score First: Leading After 6: Trailing After 6: Tied After 6: Leading After 7: Trailing After 7: Tied After 7: Leading After 8: Trailing After 8: Tied After 8: Extra-Inning Games: One-run Games: Giants Score 5 or more: Giants Score 4 or more: Giants Score 3 or less: Giants Score 2 or less: Giants Make No Errors: Giants Make Error(s): Giants Outhit Opp.: Opp. Outhits Giants: Come-From-Behind Wins: C-F-B Wins (trailing by 3+):...5 C-F-B Wins (trailing by 4+):...0 C-F-B Wins (trailing by 5+):...0 Blown Leads...27 Largest Blown Lead...6, Aug. 3 at ATL Giants hit 0 HR: Giants hit at least 1 HR: Giants hit 2+ HRs: MANAGER BRUCE BOCHY Manager Bruce Bochy is in his ninth season as the Giants' skipper...during his tenure with the Giants, the team has posted a (.516) record. THIS DATE IN GIANTS HISTORY Sept. 1, 1958: In San Francisco, the Giants sweep a doubleheader from the Dodgers, winning the first game, 8-6 and game two, Willie Mays went 5-for-5 with five RBI in game one...the nitecap is a memorable four hour, 35 minute marathon...the Giants tied the game in the 9th on Bob Schmidt's homer, and the Dodgers went ahead 5-4 in the 16th before the Giants scored two in the bottom half. World Champions (8): 1905, 1921, 1922, 1933, 1954, 2010, 2012, 2014 NL Pennants (21): 1904, 1905, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1917, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1933, 1936, 1937, 1951, 1954, 1962, 1989, 2002, 2010, 2012, 2014 NL Division Champions (8): 1971, 1987, 1989, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2010, 2012

2 GIANTS STARTING PITCHER PAGE 2 #40 LHP Madison Bumgarner 6-5, 235, August 1, 1989 (26) 16-6 Record, 2.97 ERA Three-time NL All-Star (2013, 2014, 2015) and 2014 World Series MVP will make his 27th start of the 16-6 with a 2.97 ERA in 26 outings, with the Giants going 17-9 in his starts (9-5 at home, 8-4 on road)...sf has won his last five starts and eight of his last nine. Among National League pitchers he's second in wins (16), third in strikeouts (192), third in fewest walks per 9.0 innings (1.5), third in strikeouts per 9.0ip (9.8) and sixth in innings pitched (175.2). Finished the month of August with a 5-0 record, a 1.43 ERA (6er, 37.2ip) and 53 strikeouts in five starts...according to Elias, Bumgarner became one of just three Giants pitchers with a record of 5-0 or better and at least 50 strikeouts in a calendar month...jason Schmidt went 5-0 with 54 strikeouts in May 2004 (1.53 ERA) and Juan Marichal went 6-0 with 60 strikeouts in Sept (2.10 ERA). It's the third time in Bumgarner's career that he's finished a month the only other Giants pitcher with more since the team moved to SF in 1958 is Juan Marichal (four). Also became the first Giants pitcher with three 12-K games in a single month since John Montefusco (August 1975). BUMGARNER'S 2015 DAY-BY-DAY DATE OPP DEC SC IP H R ER BB SO HR #P EXIT W W, L L, /16 ARI -- L, 6-7(12) /22 LAD -- W, W W, /4 SD W W, /9 MIA L L, W W, /21 LAD W W, W W, /31 ATL -- L, W W, /12 ARI L L, L L, /23 SD -- L, 2-3(11) /28 COL W W, L L, /10 PHI W W, W W, /25 OAK W W, L L, W W, /11 HOU W W, /16 WAS W W, W W, /27 CHC W W, Totals Earned his 16th win of the season in his last start on Thursday versus Chicago-NL in SF's 9-1 win...struck out 12 batters in 6.0 innings and allowing just one run on two hits. The Giants have lost just three of Bumgarner's last 18 starts in August or later (not including postseason), and he's allowed three runs or fewer in 16 of those outings. Has 25 career double-digit strikeout games (six this season) 21-1 (.955) in his career when striking out at least 10 batters. Is 13-5 with a 2.34 ERA (33er, 127.0ip) in 20 games (19 starts) against the 2-0 with a 1.31 ERA (3er, 20.2ip) in three starts this season, with all three matchups coming against Clayton Kershaw... his eight wins here at Dodger Stadium are the most by a Giants pitcher since Juan Marichal went here throughout his career. Is 16-for-61 (.262) with five homers and nine RBI at the plate this season...leads all NL pitchers in batting average, home runs, RBI and slugging pct. (.525)...three of his five homers this year have come in his last six starts...has 13 hits in his last 38 at-bats (.342). Leads all pitchers with five home runs this season...bumgarner is the fourth Giants pitcher to homer at least five times in a single season...hal Schumacher was the last to do so, having homered six times for the New York Giants in two other Giants pitchers also had five homers - Art Nehf (1924) and Jouett Meekin (1894). Is the first pitcher to hit five homers in a season since Carlos Zambrano hit six in the only active pitcher with more career home runs than Bumgarner's 11 is Yovani Gallardo (12). Eight of his 11 career home runs have come at AT&T Park. His 11 career homers are the most by a Giants pitcher since Johnny Antonelli had 15 from Tomorrow's Starter: RHP Mike Leake 2015: 9-6, 3.53 ERA (61er, 155.1ip) / Career: 62-48, 3.86 ERA (449er, 1,047.0ip) NOTES: 27-year-old right-hander is slated to make his 25th start of the season and his fourth with the Giants...he was acquired by SF on July 30 from Cincinnati in exchange for minor league infielder Adam Duvall and RHP Keury Mella...was 9-6 with a 3.55 ERA in 21 starts with the Reds and is 0-1 with a 3.44 ERA (7er, 18.1ip) in three outings with SF...DL STINT: Was activated from the 15-day DL on Aug. 22 after he missed 18 games with a left hamstring strain...had injured his hamstring running sprints in the outfield after his first start with the Giants in Texas...VS. LAD: Has not faced the Dodgers this 2-3 with a 5.35 ERA (21er, 35.1ip) in six appearances (five starts) in his career against LA. BUMGARNER VS. LOS ANGELES-NL W-L GS INN H ER ERA Career LAST FIVE STARTS DATE H/R DEC SC IP H R ER BB SO HR #P EXIT 9/12/14 H W W, /23/14 R L L, /22/15 H -- W, /28/15 R W W, /21/15 H W W, Totals LA BATTERS VS. BUMGARNER AVG AB H HR BB SO Crawford Ellis Ethier Gonzalez Grandal Greinke Guerrero Hernandez Pederson Rollins Turner Utley SF BATTERS VS. GREINKE AVG AB H HR BB SO Adrianza Aoki Belt Blanco Bumgarner Byrd Crawford Maxwell Pagan Perez Posey Sanchez Susac BUMGARNER'S SINGLE GAME HIGHS, BESTS AND STREAKS 2015 Highs Career Highs 9.0 (2x), last: 8/16 vs. WAS IP 9.0 (6x), last: 8/16/15 vs. WAS 10, 4/11 at SD H 11 (3x), last: 9/11/12 at COL 6 (2x), last: 7/31 at TEX R 9, 5/17/13 at COL 6 (2x), last: 7/31 at TEX ER 8, 6/21/11 vs. MIN 3, 6/12 vs. ARI BB 5 (3x), last: 5/27/13 at OAK 14 (2x), last: 8/16 vs. WAS SO 14 (2x), last: 8/16/15 vs. WAS 2 (5x), last: 7/31 at TEX HR 3 (3x), last: 9/23/14 at LA 1 (3x), last: 8/16 vs. WAS CG 1 (9x), last: 8/16/15 vs. WAS 1, 8/16 vs. WAS SHO 1 (4x), last: 8/16/15 vs. WAS 3, 8/16 vs. WAS Low Hit CG 1 (2x), last: 8/26/14 vs. COL 5 (2x), last: 8/5-present Win Streak 6, 5/4/14-6/5/14 2, 6/12-17 Loss Streak 6, 4/5-5/13/11 BUMGARNER AT THE PLATE AVG. AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HP BB-I SO SB-CS Career Last Home Run: August 21, 2015 at PIT (off RHP Jeff Locke) SF vs. OPP National League American League 2015 TOTAL ARI ATL CHC CIN COL LAD MIA MIL NYM PHI PIT SD STL WAS HOU LAA OAK SEA TEX Games Record Home Road GIANTS VS. LOS ANGELES-NL SF ALL-TIME vs. LAD: 1,219-1, (.507) / at Dodger Stadium: (.455) NOTES: The Giants have won nine of 13 games against the Dodgers this season, going 3-4 here at Dodger Stadium and 6-0 at AT&T Park...SF has won five of the last seven meetings...the two teams play one another again Sept. 28-Oct. 1 at AT&T Park. GIANTS vs. DODGERS in 2015 Date H/A W/L Score Rec. 4/21 at SF W /22 at SF W /23 at SF W /27 at LAD L /28 at LAD W /29 at LAD L /19 at SF W /20 at SF W /21 at SF W /19 at LAD W /20 at LAD W /21 at LAD L /31 at LAD L 4-5(14) 9-4 9/1 at LAD /2 at LAD /28 at SF /29 at SF /30 at SF /1 at SF Totals in

3 GIANTS BULLPEN PAGE 3 PLAYERS CAREER VS. DODGERS 2015 VS. DODGERS CAREER AT DODGER STADIUM W-L-S ERA G IP H ER W-L-S ERA G IP H ER W-L-S ERA G IP H ER Broadway Casilla Hall Hudson Kontos Lopez Osich Petit Romo Strickland #57 MIKE BROADWAY - RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER 11 G, 0-1, 5.73 ERA (7ER, 11.0IP), 0 SV/0 SV OPP, 0 IR/0 IRS Last Appearance: August 31 at Los Angeles-NL (L, 0.0ip, 2h, 1r, 1er, 1bb) Last Save: No ML saves Last Win: No ML wins Last Loss: August 31, 2015 at Los Angeles-NL Was charged with his first career loss last night, leaving the bases loaded with no outs in the 14th inning. Has allowed seven runs in 11.0 innings (5.73 ERA) over 11 relief apperances in his first stint in the big leagues. Opponents are 7-for-14 (.500) off him with two outs. Was recalled from triple-a Sacramento Aug. 25, taking the spot of LHP Jeremy Affeldt (DL). Prior to his call up he was 2-0 with a 0.93 ERA (5er, 48.1ip) and 13 saves in 40 appearances with triple-a Sacramento this season. #46 SANTIAGO CASILLA - RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER 53 G, 4-2, 3.33 ERA (17ER, 46.0IP), 31 SV/36 SV OPP, 19 IR/7 IRS Last Appearance: August 31 at Los Angeles-NL (2.0ip, 1h, 1so) Last Save: August 26, 2015 vs. Chicago-NL Last Win: May 10, 2015 vs. Miami Last Loss: July 1, 2015 at Miami Tossed a season high 2.0 innings of relief last night, allowing one hit (threw 28 pitches). Has retired 19 of his last 22 batters faced over his last six appearances (6.2ip, 0er), striking out seven of 22 batters faced. Has gone 31-for-36 in save opportunities this season, with his 31 saves tied as the fifth-most in the NL. Left-handed batters are hitting.303 (23-for-76) against him, including 10-for-their-last-32 (.312). #59 CODY HALL - RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER 0 G, 0-0, 0.00 ERA (0ER, 0.0IP), 0 SV/0 SV OPP, 0 IR/0 IRS Last Appearance: No ML appearances Last Save: No ML saves Last Win: No ML wins Last Loss: No ML losses 27-year-old was recalled from triple-a Sacramento today...will be seeking to make his big league debut. Went 1-3 with a 3.46 ERA (26er, 67.2ip) and three saves in 43 relief appearances with the River Cats this season, his first at triple-a. Held left-handed PCL batters to a.263 clip and right-handers at a.252 mark. Was drafted by the Giants in the 19th round of the 2011 First-Year Player draft. #17 TIM HUDSON - RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER 17 G, 6-8, 4.80 ERA (54ER, 101.1IP), 0 SV/0 SV OPP, 0 IR/0 IRS Last Appearance: July 26 vs. Oakland (W, 5.0ip, 7h, 3r, 3er, 1so) Last Save: No ML Saves Last Win: July 26, 2015 vs. Oakland Last Loss: July 20, 2015 at San Diego Was activated from the 15-day disabled list prior to tonight's game...was placed on the DL with a right shoulder strain on July 31. Hasn't pitched (even in a rehab game) since July 26 vs. Oakland. 40-year-old has made 17 starts for the Giants this season, going 6-8 with a 4.80 ERA (54er, 101.1ip). Has made one career appearance out of the bullpen on July 13, 2008 (with the Braves) at San Diego, tossing a scoreless inning. His 220 career wins are the most among any active Major League pitcher. #70 GEORGE KONTOS - RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER 62 G, 2-2, 1.80 ERA (13ER, 65.0IP), 0 SV/1 SV OPP, 42 IR/8 IRS Last Appearance: August 31 at Los Angeles-NL (2.0ip, 3bb, 1so) Last Save: No career saves Last Win: June 27, 2015 vs. Colorado Last Loss: August 22, 2015 at Pittsburgh Has appeared in each of the Giants' last three games, combining for 3.2-scoreless innings (57 total pitches). Has allowed eight of his last 16 inherited runners to score, after stranding his first 26 inherited runners. Is holding opponents to a.125 clip (9-for-72) with RISP, but they are 7-for-their-last-20 (.350). Left-handed batters are 14-for-79 (.177) off him with 14 strikeouts. #49 JAVIER LOPEZ - LEFT-HANDED PITCHER 63 G, 1-0, 1.53 ERA (6ER, 35.1IP), 0 SV/0 SV OPP, 48 IR/7 IRS Last Appearance: August 31 at Los Angeles-NL (0.1ip, 1bb) Last Save: September 19, 2013 at New York-NL Last Win: August 28, 2015 vs. St. Louis Last Loss: June 28, 2014 vs. Cincinnati His.139 (16-for-115) opponents avg. against is tied for the lowest figure among relievers in the Majors. His 63 appearances out of the bullpen are tied for the fourth-most among National League relievers. His 48 inherited runners are tied for the third-most in the NL...has stranded 41 of the 48 (14.6%), tied for the second-best pct. in the NL. Left-handed batters are 9-for-76 (.118) off him with three extra base hits and are just 3-for-their-last-31 (.097) against him. Has allowed just five home runs in innings in a Giants uniform. #61 JOSH OSICH - LEFT-HANDED PITCHER 20 G, 1-0, 1.65 ERA (3ER, 16.1IP), 0 SV/1 SV OPP, 14 IR/0 IRS Last Appearance: August 31 at Los Angeles-NL (0.2ip, 1h) Last Save: No career saves Last Win: July 11, 2015 vs. Philadelphia Last Loss: No career losses 26-year-old (turns 27 on Thursday) has held opponents to just a.194 clip (12-for-62) with four extra-base hits and 14 strikeouts. Has stranded all 14 runners he has inherited this season. Left-handed batters are just 6-for-32 (.188) off him with eight strikeouts. Combined to go 0-1 with a 1.32 ERA (6er, 41.0ip) along with 45 strikeouts and just 12 walks in 38 relief appearances this season with double-a Richmond (31 appearances) and triple-a Sacramento (seven appearances).

4 GIANTS BULLPEN/BATTERS PAGE 4 #52 YUSMEIRO PETIT - RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER 38 G, 1-1, 3.69 ERA (29ER, 70.2 IP), 1 SV/1 SV OPP, 30 IR/8 IRS Last Appearance: August 31 at Los Angeles-NL (0.0ip, 1h) Last Save: May 8, 2015 vs. Miami Last Win: May 17, 2015 at Cincinnati Last Loss: May 23, 2015 at Colorado Entered last night's game in the 14th inning and the bases loaded and no outs...threw one pitch to Adrian Gonzalez, who singled to left field to drive in the game-winning run. Has posted a 1.62 ERA (3er, 16.2ip) and a.234 opponents average against in his last 11 games. Has been used as the Giants' long reliever this season, logging 2.0-or-more innings in 19 of 37 relief appearances. Opponents are 14-for-67 (.209) off him with runners in scoring position and 5-for-37 (.135) with RISP and two outs. #54 SERGIO ROMO - RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER 55 G, 0-4, 3.20 ERA (16ER, 45.0IP), 2 SV/2 SV OPP, 36 IR/6 IRS Last Appearance: August 31 at Los Angeles-NL (1.2ip, 1bb, 2so) Last Save: July 27, 2015 vs. Milwaukee Last Win: September 17, 2014 at Arizona Last Loss: July 6, 2015 vs. New York-NL Has allowed just one run in his last 18 outings, tossing 19.0 innings during this span with 25 strikeouts and just two walks. Right-handed batters are just 18-for-118 (.153) off him with 56 strikeouts...however, lefties are hitting.408 (20-for-49). Has given up just two home runs this season (none in his last 20 games) after allowing a career-high nine last year. #60 HUNTER STRICKLAND - RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER 41 G, 2-3, 1.98 ERA (9ER, 41.0IP), 0 SV/1 SV OPP, 19 IR/1 IRS Last Appearance: August 31 at Los Angeles-NL (0.2ip, 1so) Last Save: September 22, 2014 at Los Angeles-NL Last Win: August 1, 2015 at Texas Last Loss: August 19, 2015 at St. Louis 26-year-old has struck out 43 batters in just 41.0 innings of work, posting 9.44 strikeouts per 9.0 innings. Left-handed hitters are batting.180 (9-for-50) off him with just two extra base hits (two doubles) and are just 3-for-their-last-27. Opponents are hitless in their last 17 at-bats against him with runners in scoring position. PLAYERS CAREER VS. DODGERS 2015 VS. DODGERS CAREER AT DODGER STADIUM AVG AB H HR RBI AVG AB H HR RBI AVG AB H HR RBI Adrianza Aoki Belt Blanco Byrd Crawford Duffy Noonan Pagan Perez Posey Sanchez Susac Tomlinson #1 EHIRE ADRIANZA - INFIELDER.169 AVG, 0 HR, 5 RBI, 2 SB,.229 SLG,.258 OBP Last Game/Monday at Los Angeles: 0x4 Road Trip:.000 (0x4) Last HR: Sept. 22, 2013 at NYY (off LHP Andy Pettitte)...AB's since last HR: Career HRs: 1 Current Batting Streak: Hitless last 2 games (0x8) Has just three hits in his last 35 at-bats (.086). Is just 1-for-his-last-14 (.071) with runners in scoring batting.188 (3-for-16) overall with RISP. Is hitting.200 (2-for-10) with one RBI as a pinch 5-for-28 (.179) in his career as a pinch hitter. Had spent all of this season with the River Cats (AAA), batting.316 (54-for-171) with three home runs and 15 RBI in 44 games. Name is pronounced AY-rey Ahh-dree-an-zuh. #23 NORI AOKI - OUTFIELDER.289 AVG, 5 HR, 26 RBI, 14 SB,.382 SLG,.355 OBP Last Game/Monday at Los Angeles: 0x6, run, BB Road Trip:.000 (0x6), run, BB Last HR: August 26, 2015 vs. CHC (off RHP Kyle Hendricks) AB's since last HR: 25 Career HRs: 24 Current Batting Streak: Hitless last game (0x6) Has just two hits in his last 15 at-bats (.133) and is just 6-for-his-last-36 (.167) at the plate. Is batting.208 (10x48) since returning from the concussion list on Aug left the game Aug. 9 at CHC after being struck in the helmet. Is batting.337 (33-for-98) against lefties, compared to a.271 clip vs. right-handed pitchers. Is hitting.348 (62-for-178) with 17 RBI in 47 games on the road, however he's just 8-for-his-last-37 (.216) away from AT&T Park. Also missed 28 games with a fractured right fibula, an injury he sustained June 20 at LA, when Dodgers starting pitcher Carlos Frias hit him with a pitch...prior to his injury, was having an All-Star caliber season ranking among NL leaders in several offensive categories. #9 BRANDON BELT - INFIELDER.283 AVG, 17 HR, 61 RBI, 9 SB,.485 SLG,.359 OBP Last Game/Monday at Los Angeles: 2x7, 2B, RBI Road Trip:.286 (2x7), 2B, RBI Last HR: August 11, 2015 vs. HOU (off LHP Scott Kazmir) AB's since last HR: 71 Career HRs: 62 Current Batting Streak: 4 games (9x19) Is batting.395 (15-for-38) in his last 10 games and is 9-for-his-last-19 (.474) at the plate. Has hit safely in 18 of his last 22 games, hitting.341 (28-for-82) with 15 runs, eight extra base hits and 13 RBI. Is 24-for-his-last-58 (.414) against left-handed pitchers, after starting the season just 6-for-48 (.125) vs. southpaws. Has started 116 games (104 at first base, 12 in left field)...his.998 fielding pct. at first base is the best among NL first basemen. #7 GREGOR BLANCO - OUTFIELDER.294 AVG, 3 HR, 24 RBI, 13 SB,.406 SLG,.375 OBP Last Game/Monday at Los Angeles: 2x6, SB Road Trip:.333 (2x6), SB Last HR: July 20, 2015 at SD (off RHP Ian Kennedy) AB's since last HR: 115 Career HRs: 18 Current Batting Streak: 1 game (2x6) Is batting.333 (10-for-30) with five runs scored and five walks in his past eight games. Has driven in just one run in his last 13 games and four runs in his last 27 contests. Is just 4-for-his-last-32 (.125) with runners in scoring position. Has started 73 games, starting 33 in center field, 22 in left field and 18 in right field. Is a career.320 hitter (32-for-100) in a pinch-hitting role...has gone 7-for-23 (.304) this season.

5 GIANTS BATTERS PAGE 5 #6 MARLON BYRD - OUTFIELDER.242 AVG, 22 HR, 59 RBI, 2 SB,.469 SLG,.293 OBP Last Game/Monday at Los Angeles: 2x6, 2B, 3 RBI, HBP Road Trip:.333 (2x6), 2B, 3 RBI, HBP Last HR: Aug. 29, 2015 vs. STL (off RHP Michael Wacha) AB's since last HR: 17 Career HRs: 153 Current Batting Streak: 2 games (5x10) Has driven in 14 runs in his past five games. Is 12-for-42 (.286) with three home runs and 17 RBI in 10 games with the Giants. Is batting.355 (33-for-93) with seven doubles, three homers and 21 RBI in 24 career games at Dodger Stadium. Is hitting.309 (29-for-94) vs. lefties and is 11-for-his-last-29 (.379). Was acquired by the Giants on Aug. 20 from the Reds in exchange for minor league RHP Stephen Johnson. The Giants are the ninth club for the 14-year Major League veteran, and his fifth team in the last three years. #35 BRANDON CRAWFORD - INFIELDER.263 AVG, 19 HR, 75 RBI, 4 SB,.477 SLG,.324 OBP Last Game/Monday at Los Angeles: 0x4, HBP, BB Road Trip:.000 (0x4), HBP, BB Last HR: August 6, 2015 at CHC (off RHP Tommy Hunter) AB's since last HR: 67 Career HRs: 45 Current Batting Streak: Hitless last 2 games (0x7) Missed five games from Aug with tightness in his left oblique, however was back in last night's starting lineup (0-for-4). Has just two hits in his last 24 at-bats (.083). His 52 extra-base hits and his 75 RBI are both tied for the 12th-most in the NL. Has had a breakout season at the plate, setting career highs in home runs (19) and RBI (75). Leads all National League shortstops in doubles, home runs and RBI. Rich Aurilia holds the SF-era record for the most RBI by a Giants shortstop with 96 in All-Star has started 117 of the Giants' 131 games all at shortstop. #45 ALEJANDRO DE AZA - OUTFIELDER.261 AVG, 7 HR, 32 RBI, 5 SB,.436 SLG,.319 OBP Last Game/Monday at Los Angeles: Did not play Roadtrip:.--- (0x0) Last HR: August 15, 2015 vs. SEA (off RHP Felix Hernandez) AB's since last HR: 14 Career HRs: 45 Current Batting Streak: Hitless last 4 games (0x11) 31-year-old outfielder was acquired by the Giants last night in exchange for minor league LHP Luis Ysla. Has split the 2015 season between Baltimore and Boston, combining to hit.261 with 13 2Bs, six 3Bs, seven HRs and 32 RBI in 90 games. The eight-year Major League veteran turned around a slow start upon his move to the Red Sox, batting.292 with an.831 OPS over 178 plate appearances and 60 games with the Red Sox...he is eligible for the postseason roster with the Giants. Has now changed teams via trade for the second time this summer and for the third time in the last two seasons. #5 MATT DUFFY - INFIELDER.302 AVG, 10 HR, 60 RBI, 8 SB,.445 SLG,.342 OBP Last Game/Monday at Los Angeles: 2x6, 2 runs, BB, SB Road Trip:.333 (2x6), 2 runs, BB, SB Last HR: August 14, 2015 vs. WAS (off RHP Max Scherzer)...AB's since last HR: 69...Career HRs: 10 Current Batting Streak: 1 game (2x6) Has started 48-consecutive games at third base, the longest consecutive starts streak on the club. Leads all NL rookies in hits (134), ranks second in batting average (.302), total bases (197), RBI (60), multi-hit games (33) and runs scored (61), fourth in extra-base hits (38), seventh in OBP (.342) and ninth in SLG (.445). Is 21-for-his-last-50 (.420) w/risp and is batting.373 (41x110) w/risp, the third-highest mark in the NL. Has grounded into 19 doubles plays, which is tied for the most in the National League. Has not recorded an extra-base hit in his last 15 games...each of his last 16 hits have been singles. Has made 107 starts this year, starting 98 at third base, seven at second, one at shortstop, one at first. Made the team this season as a utility infielder and took over the starting role at third base from Casey McGehee in mid-may after McGehee had been designated for assignment. LONGEST ACTIVE GAMES PLAYED STREAK Name, Team G Manny Machado, BAL 131 Kole Calhoun, LAA 122 Charlie Blackmon, COL 107 Matt Duffy, SF 87 Jose Bautista, TOR 84 Carlos Santana, CLE 81 chart courtesty of STATS, LLC #21 NICK NOONAN - INFIELDER.--- AVG, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB,.--- SLG,.--- OBP Last Game/Monday at Los Angeles: Did not play Roadtrip:.--- (0x0) Last HR: No ML career HRs AB's since last HR: 105 Career HRs: 0 Current Batting Streak: None Had his contract purchased from triple-a Sacramento seeking his first big league appearance since 2013 with SF. 26-year-old was signed by the Giants to a minor league contract Aug. 7 to provide depth in the infield. Was released by the Yankees after hitting.262 with 14 extra base hits and 26 RBI in 67 games with triple-a Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Went 17-for-64 (.266) with two home runs and 10 RBI in 19 games with Sacramento...batted.333 against right-handers. Was drafted by SF in the first round (32nd overall) in made his big league debut with SF in 2013, batting.219 in 62 games. #16 ANGEL PAGAN - OUTFIELDER.258 AVG, 0 HR, 26 RBI, 6 SB,.308 SLG,.290 OBP Last Game/Monday at Los Angeles: Did not play Roadtrip:.--- (0x0) Last HR: May 2, 2014 at ATL (off LHP Mike Minor) AB's since last HR: 681 Career HRs: 49 Current Batting Streak: Hitless last game (0x3) Returned from his rehab assignment at triple-a and was reinstated off the 15-day disabled list today. Missed the Giants' last 20 games with right patella tendinitis. Combined to go 6-for-20 (.300) with three walks in six rehab games between AZL-Giants (R), San Jose (A), Sacramento (AAA). Has just 17 extra base hits this season (86/103 hits are singles). Has started 95 games, all in center field. Has not hit a home run in his last 681 at-bats, which is the longest active streak in the Majors. #2 JUAN PEREZ - OUTFIELDER.368 AVG, 0 HR, 2 RBI, 1 SB,.421 SLG,.400 OBP Last Game/Monday at Los Angeles: 0x1 as a pinch-hitter Road Trip:.000 (0x1) Last HR: June 4, 2014 at CIN (off LHP Tony Cingrani) AB's since last HR: 95 Career HRs: 2 Current Batting Streak: Hitless last 2 games (0x2) 28-year-old was recalled from triple-a Sacramento on Aug. 11, taking the roster spot of Angel Pagan (DL). Has appeared in 13 games (three starts) and is batting.368 (7-for-19) with three runs scored and two RBI. Is 2-for-5 (.400) as a pinch-hitter this season and is 3-for-10 (.300) with a walk in his career as a pinch-hitter. Hit.265 (85-for-321) with 24 doubles, three triples, seven home runs and 37 RBI in 83 games for triple-a Sacramento. #28 BUSTER POSEY - CATCHER.321 AVG, 16 HR, 80 RBI, 2 SB,.475 SLG,.377 OBP Last Game/Monday at Los Angeles: 4x7 Road Trip:.571 (4x7) Last HR: August 3, 2015 at ATL (off RHP Mike Foltynewicz) AB's since last HR: 98 Career HRs: 99 Current Batting Streak: 2 games (7x11) Matched his season-high with four hits last batting.440 (11-for-25) in his last six games and is 7-for-his-last-11at the plate. Among NL leaders is tied for fifth in RBI (80), fourth in batting avg. (.321), fifth in hits (146) and is seventh in on-base pct. (.377). Is just one home run away from 100 in his career...will become the 17th catcher to reach 100+ HRs in his first seven ML seasons. Has not homered in his last 25 games (98 at-bats). Is hitting.357 (46-for-129) with RISP, which ranks as the seventh-highest figure in the NL (is just 4-for-his-last-26 in such situations). Has driven in just two runs in his past 14 games All-Star has started 117 of 131 games (89 as catcher, 25 at first base and three as DH). Is hitting.340 (32-for-105) with 10 extra base hits (five 2Bs, five HRs) and 20 RBI as a first-baseman.

6 GIANTS BATTERS PAGE 6 #29 HECTOR SANCHEZ - CATCHER.154 AVG, 1 HR, 5 RBI, 0 SB,.269 SLG,.185 OBP Last Game/Monday at Los Angeles: Did not play Roadtrip:.--- (0x0) Last HR: July 21, 2015 at SD (off RHP Dale Thayer)...AB's since last HR: 14...Career HRs: 10 Current Batting Streak: Hitless last 4 games (0x12) Was recalled from triple-a today, marking the second time he's been recalled this season (was on SF's Opening Day roster). Is hitting.154 (8-for-52) in 25 games (nine starts) for the Giants this season. Has a catchers ERA of 2.84 (30er, 95.0ip) in 14 games (nine starts) behind the plate. Hit.273 (38-for-139) with four home runs and 14 RBI in 37 games with Sacramento. #34 ANDREW SUSAC - CATCHER.223 AVG, 3 HR, 14 RBI, 0 SB,.377 SLG,.303 OBP Last Game/Monday at Los Angeles: 0x1 as a pinch-hitter Road Trip:.000 (0x1) Last HR: July 12, 2015 vs. PHI (off RHP Chad Billingsley) AB's since last HR: 22 Career HRs: 6 Current Batting Streak: Hitless last 4 games (0x7) Has one hit in his last 13 at-bats. Is 2-for-18 (.111) since being activated from the 15-day disabled list on August 17...had missed 26 games with a right thumb sprain. Has started 33 games at catcher for the Giants this season...opponents have stolen 28 bases in 33 chances (84.8%) against him. Is 0-for-10 with two walks as a pinch-hitter this 1-for-14 (.071) with three walks in his career as a pinch-hitter. #37 KELBY TOMLINSON - INFIELDER.328 AVG, 1 HR, 13 RBI, 0 SB,.469 SLG,.394 OBP Last Game/Monday at Los Angeles: 1x3 Road Trip:.333 (1x3) Last HR: August 27, 2015 vs. CHC (off LHP James Russell) AB's since last HR: 10 Career HRs: 0 Current Batting Streak: 1 game (1x3) Has hit safely in 14 of his 17 starts this season, hitting.333 (19-for-57). Is 7-for-19 (.368) with 13 RBI with runners in scoring position. 25-year-old had his contract purchased from triple-a Sacramento on Aug. 3 and was added to the 25-man roster, replacing IF Joe Panik, who landed on the 15-day disabled list for the first time in his career with low back inflammation. Tomlinson split the 2015 campaign between double-a Richmond and triple-a Sacramento, combining to hit.321 (125x389) with 19 doubles, four triples, three home runs and 43 RBI in 97 games...went 21-for-30 in stolen base attempts. DISABLED LIST AND BEREAVEMENT LIST PLAYER INJURY DL TYPE ON (RETRO) OFF (ELIGIBLE) GAMES MISSED SF S W-L Jeremy Affeldt Left knee subluxation 15-day Aug. 25 (Aug. 24) (Sept. 8) Matt Cain Elbow nerve irritation 15-day Aug. 28 (Aug. 26) (Sept. 10) Tim Lincecum Back and hip discomfort 15-day July 2 (June 28) (July 14) Joe Panik Low back inflammation 15-day Aug. 3 (Aug. 2) (Aug. 17) Hunter Pence Strained left oblique 15-day Aug. 20 (Aug. 18) (Sept. 2) Nori Aoki Fractured right fibula 15-day June 24 (June 21) July Nori Aoki Concussion 7-day Aug. 13 Aug Jeremy Affeldt Left shoulder strain 15-day June 16 July Gregor Blanco Concussion 7-day June 10 (June 9) June Matt Cain Flexor tendon strain 15-day April 8 (April 4) April Tim Hudson Right shoulder strain 15-day July 31 (July 27) Sept Tim Hudson Right shoulder strain 15-day July 3 (June 27) July Mike Leake Left hamstring strain 15-day Aug. 6 (Aug. 3) Aug Jake Peavy Back strain 15-day April 18 May Angel Pagan Right patella tendinitis 15-day Aug. 11 (Aug. 10) Sept Hunter Pence Left wrist tendinitis 15-day June 11 (June 3) July Hunter Pence Fractured left forearm 15-day April 5 (March 27) May Andrew Susac Right thumb sprain 15-day July 19 Aug Note: Players in italics are currently on DL/BL

7 GIANTS HIGHS/LOWS/MISCELLANEOUS PAGE 7 TEAM BATTING Most Runs, Game...15, July 10 vs. PHI Most Runs, Inning... 8, July 10 vs. PHI (4th) Most Hits, Game... 22, July 10 vs. PHI Most Hits, Inning...7 (3x), last: July 10 vs. PHI (4th) Fewest Hits, Game... 2, June 12 vs. ARI Most Doubles, Game... 5 (5x), last: Aug. 15 vs. WAS Most Triples, Game... 4, June 25 vs. SD Most Home Runs, Game...4 (2x), last: Aug. 3 at ATL Most Extra Base Hits, Game... 9, Aug. 1 at TEX Most RBI, Game...14, July 10 vs. PHI Most Walks, Game... 7, April 25 at COL Most Strikeouts, Game... 16, July 17 at ARI Most Stolen Bases, Game, Giants...3 (3x), last: Aug. 22 at PIT Most Stolen Bases, Game, Opponent...3 (5x), last: Aug. 7 at CHC Most Caught Stealing, Game...1 (25x), last: Aug. 31 at LAD Most Ground Into Double Play, Game... 5, June 14 vs. ARI Left On Base, Giants... 15, July 17 at ARI Consecutive Scoreless Innings , April at SD, vs. COL TEAM PITCHING Most Runs Allowed, Game... 11, May 24 at COL Most Runs Allowed, Inning, Game...8, May 24 at COL (4th) Most Hits Allowed, Game...20, April 11 at SD Most Hits Allowed, Inning, Game... 7, June 25 vs. SD (8th) Most Home Runs Allowed, Game... 4 (3x), Aug. 3 at ATL Most Strikeouts, Game...18, June 23 vs. SD Most Walks, Game... 7, May 6 vs. SD Fewest Hits Allowed, Game... 0, June 9 at NYM Pitchers Used, Game... 10, July 17 at ARI Scoreless Innings Streak , May vs. CIN, LAD, COL Most Innings, Game, Relievers (2x), last: 8/31 at LAD Most Hits, Game, Relievers... 11, May 22 at COL Most Runs, Game, Relievers...8, May 22 at COL Most Home Runs, Game, Relievers...4, June 21 at LAD Most Walks, Game, Relievers...6, 8/31 at LAD Most Strikeouts, Game, Relievers...9 (2x), July 17 at ARI TEAM & INDIVIDUAL FIELDING Errors, Game, Team...4, May 4 vs. SD Errors, Game, Individual...2 (4x), last: (Duffy), Aug. 14 vs. WAS Errors, Consecutive Games, Team...4 games, June Errors, Consecutive Games Without, Team... 8 games (2x), last: 8/16-25 Doubleplays, Game, Team... 5, July 1 at MIA Opponents Doubleplays, Game, Team... 5, June 14 vs. ARI TEAM MISCELLANEOUS Longest Game, Extra Innings innings, 8/31 at LAD Longest Game, Time (9 innings)... 3:33, May 22 at COL Longest Game, Time (Extra Innings)...5:29, 8/31 at LAD Longest Delay...2:15, May 23 at COL Fastest Game, Time...2:16, May 3 vs. LAA Largest Margin, Victory...13, (15-2), July 10 vs. PHI Largest Margin, Loss...9 (2x), last: May 24 at COL (2-11) Largest Home Attendance...42,743, July 28 vs. MIL Home Sellouts... 65, last: Aug. 30 vs. STL Times Shut Out...1 (12x), last: Aug. 29 vs. STL GIANTS SCORING BY INNINGS Extra Total Giants Opponents GIANTS MILESTONES WITHIN REACH 100 Home Runs Buster Posey (99) - 1 to milestone 500 Games Played Santiago Casilla (490) - 10 to milestone GIANTS WALK-OFF WINS/LOSSES (10) WINS (5) Date Opponent Notes 4/22 Dodgers Panik sac fly in the 9th 4/23 Dodgers Maxwell single in the 10th 5/1 Angels Panik single in the 9th 5/10 Marlins Duffy single in the 9th 8/28 St. Louis Tomlinson single in 9th w/bases loaded LOSSES (5) Date Opponent Notes Cuddyer single in the 9th Bour three-run home run Garcia two-run home run in 12th Marte solo home run A. Gonzalez single w/bases loaded in 14th CATCHER'S CORNER Catcher G/GS IP ER ERA SB CS CS% PB Buster Posey 91/ % 4 Hector Sanchez 14/ % 2 Andrew Susac 39/ % 3 GIANTS OUTFIELD ASSISTS (16) Name Total (Career) Last Norichika Aoki 4 (26) June 12, 2015 vs. ARI Gregor Blanco 1 (28) July 6, 2015 vs. NYM Marlon Byrd 2 (70) July 22, 2015 vs. CHC (w/cin) Justin Maxwell 3 (20) Aug. 19, 2015 at STL Angel Pagan 1 (38) May 14, 2015 at CIN Hunter Pence 4 (84) July 29, 2015 vs. MIL Juan Perez 1 (11) Aug. 26, 2015 vs. CHC GIANTS EJECTIONS (5) Date Name Inn Umpire Reason 4/24 Bochy T8 Tumpane Arguing 3rd strike on Crawford 6/16 Pagan B8 Hirschbeck Arguing balls/strikes 6/16 Bochy B8 Hirschbeck Arguing balls/strikes on Pagan 7/5 Vogelsong B5 Cuzzi Arguing balls/strikes 7/5 Bochy B5 Cuzzi Arguing balls/strikes GIANTS HOME RUN CHART Grand Slams (8): McGehee (5/8 vs. MIA), Crawford (5/16 at CIN), Posey (6/19 at LAD), Posey (6/24 vs. SD), Pence (7/10 vs. PHI), Sanchez (7/21 at SD), Tomlinson (8/27 vs. CHC), Bryd (8/28 vs. STL) Multi-HR Games (3): Belt (8/1 at TEX), Crawford (8/3 at ATL), Belt (8/11 vs. HOU) Back-to-Back HRs (3): Aoki/Panik (5/3 vs. LAA), Belt/Crawford (5/31 vs. ATL), Belt/Crawford (8/3 at ATL) Leadoff HRs (2): Aoki (5/3 vs. LAA), Aoki (8/26 vs. CHC) Pinch Hit HRs (0): Walkoff HRs (0): Inside the Park HRs (0): FOR THE GIANTS HITTING: Hit for the Cycle... Pablo Sandoval, Sept. 15, 2011 at COL Grand Slam...Marlon Bryd, Aug. 28, 2015 vs. STL Inside-the-Park Home Run...Angel Pagan, May 25, 2013 vs. COL (walk-off) Homers from both sides of plate...pablo Sandoval, Sept. 20, 2012 vs. COL Pinch-Hit Home Run... Adam Duvall, Sept. 28, 2014 vs. SD Pinch-Hit Grand Slam... Rich Aurilia, June 12, 2003 at CWS (9th) Home Run in first ML at-bat...brett Pill, Sept. 6, 2011 at SD Leadoff Home Run... Nori Aoki, August 26, 2015 vs. CHC Walk-off Home Run...Buster Posey, Aug. 27, 2014 vs. COL Walk-off Grand Slam... Bobby Bonds, Sept. 3, 1973 vs. LAD (9th) Home Run by a Pitcher...Madison Bumgarner, Aug. 21, 2015 at PIT Five-Hit Game...Joe Panik, Sept. 9, 2014 vs. ARI Six-Hit Game... Mike Benjamin, June 14, 1995 at CHI Two Hits, One Inning... Marco Scutaro, May 10, 2013 vs. ATL (4th) Two Home Runs, One Inning...Pablo Sandoval, Sept. 18, 2011 at COL (4th) Two Home Run Game...Brandon Belt, Aug. 11, 2015 vs. HOU Three Home Run Game... Pablo Sandoval, Sept. 4, 2013 at SD Four Home Run Game... Willie Mays, April 30, 1961 at MIL Back-to-Back Home Runs...Belt, Crawford, Aug. 3, 2015 at ATL (2nd) Three Consecutive HRs... Bonds/Durham/Feliz, July 20, 2006 vs. SD Three Home Runs, One Inning... Sept., 18, 2011 at COL (4th) (4) Four Home Runs, One Inning... Sept. 18, 2011 at COL (4th) Five Home Runs, One Inning... Aug. 23, 1961 at CIN (9th) "Splash Home Run"... Brandon Belt, Sept. 25, 2014 vs. SD Total Number of Giants "Spash HR's" PITCHING: A Perfect Game...Matt Cain, June 13, 2012 vs. HOU No-Hitter... Chris Heston, June 9, 2015 at NYM No-Hitter at Home...Tim Lincecum, June 25, 2014 vs. SD One-Hitter...Madison Bumgarner, Aug. 26, 2014 vs. COL 10+ Innings Pitched...Mike LaCoss, Aug. 16, 1987 vs. LA 15+ Strikeouts...Tim Lincecum, July 27, 2009 vs. PIT (15) Complete Game Shutout... Chris Heston, June 9, 2015 at NYM Back-to-Back CG Victories...Hernandez/Schmidt, Aug , 2002 Back-to-Back-to-Back Shutouts...May 3-5, 2015 vs. LAA & SD MISCELLANEOUS: Turn a Triple Play... May 30, 2008 vs. SD Hit Into a Triple Play... Sept. 6, 2009 at MIL Position Player Pitching...Greg Litton, July 4, 1991 vs. HOU (9th) Three-or-more Steals, One Game...Gregor Blanco, May 14, 2014 vs. ATL Steal of Home... Omar Vizquel, June 13, 2008 vs. OAK (2nd) LAST TIME IT HAPPENED AGAINST THE GIANTS HITTING: Hit for the Cycle...Kelly Johnson (ARI), July 23, 2010 at Chase Field Grand Slam... Jeff Francoeur (PHI), June 6, 2015 at Citizens Bank Park Inside-the-Park HR...Dee Gordon (MIA), June 30, 2015 at Marlins Park (2nd) HRs from both sides of plate...lance Berkman (HOU), April 13, 2006 at AT&T Park Pinch-Hit Home Run...Andres Blanco (PHI), June 6, 2015 at Citizens Bank Park Pinch-Hit Grand Slam... Josh Barfield (SD), Aug. 17, 2006 at Petco (9th) Home Run in first ML at-bat... Adam Wainwright (STL), May 26, 2006 at AT&T Leadoff Home Run...Yunel Escobar (WAS), Aug. 13, 2015 at AT&T Walkoff Home Run...Starling Marte (PIT), Aug. 22, 2015 at PNC Park Walkoff Grand Slam...Ryan Spilborghs (COL), Aug. 24, 2009 at Coors (14th) Home Run by a Pitcher... Zack Greinke (LA), Sept. 13, 2014 at AT&T Park Five-Hit Game... Aaron Hill (ARI), Sept. 4, 2012 at AT&T Park Six-Hit Game... Rondell White (MON), June 11, 1995 at Candlestick Two Hits, One Inning...Yangervis Solarte (SD), June 25, 2015 at AT&T Park (8th) Two Home Runs, One Inning...Mike Lansing (MON), May 7, 1997 at Candlestick Two Home Run Game...Jung Ho Kang (PIT), Aug. 22, 2015 at PNC Park Three Home Run Game...Morgan Ensberg (HOU), May 15, 2005 at Min Maid Four Home Run Game... None Back-to-Back Home Runs... Hundley/Venable (SD), July 14, 2013 at Petco Three Consecutive HRs...Beltre/Encarncion/Ross (LAD), April 18, 2004 at AT&T Three Home Runs, One Inning... (ARI), April 29, 2013 at Chase Field (4th) Four Home Runs, One Inning... (ATL), May 20, 2001 at Turner Field (7th) Five Home Runs, One Inning... None "Splash Home Run"... Cody Asche (PHI), July 11, 2015 Total Number of "Splash HR's" PITCHING: A Perfect Game... None No-Hitter... Homer Bailey (CIN), July 2, 2013 at GABP No-Hitter at Home... Homer Bailey (CIN), July 2, 2013 at GABP One-Hitter...Anibal Sanchez (MIA), July 29, 2010 at AT&T Park 10+ Innings Pitched...Cliff Lee (PHI), April 18, 2012 at AT&T Park (10) 15+ Strikeouts...Sandy Koufax, Aug. 31, 1959 at LA Memorial Coliseum(18) Complete Game Shutout...James Shields (KC), Aug. 9, 2014 at Kauffman Back-to-Back CG Victories... Arroyo/Bailey (CIN), July 1-2, 2013 at GABP Back-to-Back Shutouts...July 28-29, 2012 (LAD) at AT&T Park MISCELLANEOUS: Turn a Triple Play...(MIL), Sept. 6, 2009 at Miller Park (6th) Hit Into a Triple Play... (SD), May 30, 2004 at AT&T Park (8th) Position Player Pitching...Steve Finley (ARI), Aug. 30, 2001 at Chase Field (9th) Three-or-more Steals, One Game...Nori Aoki (KC), Aug. 10, 2014 at Kauffman (3) Steal of Home...Paul Lo Duca (LAD), June 24, 2004 at AT&T Park (4th)

8 GIANTS DAY-BY-DAY PAGE 8 # Date D/N Opp Winner/Loser W/L Score Rec Pos. GB ATT 1 4/6 N at ARI Bumgarner/Collmenter W T1st -- 49,043* 2 4/7 N at ARI De La Rosa/Vogelsong L T2nd , /8 N at ARI Heston/Hellickson W T2nd , /9 D at SD Kontos/Vincent W 1-0(12) 3-1 2nd ,150* 5 4/10 N at SD Benoit/Affeldt L nd , /11 N at SD Shields/Bumgarner L T3rd ,823* 7 4/12 D at SD Ross/Peavy L th , /13 D COL Butler/Heston L th ,019* 9 4/14 N COL Oberg/Hudson L th ,051* 10 4/15 N COL Matzek/Lincecum L th ,188* 11 4/16 N ARI Delgado/Romo L 6-7(12) 3-8 5th ,545* 12 4/17 N ARI COLLMENTER/Peavy L th ,550* 13 4/18 N ARI Heston/De La Rosa W th ,756* 14 4/19 D ARI Hellickson/Hudson L th ,528* 4/20 OFF DAY 5th /21 N LAD Lincecum/Anderson W th ,386* 16 4/22 N LAD Casilla/Hatcher W th ,259* 17 4/23 D LAD Casilla/Nicasio W 3-2(10) th ,240* 18 4/24 N at COL Butler/Heston L th , /25 N at COL Machi/Brown W 5-4(11) th ,474 4/26 D at COL Postponed - rescheduled for May 23 5th /27 N at LAD Frias/Lincecum L th , /28 N at LAD Bumgarner/Kershaw W th , /29 N at LAD Greinke/Vogelsong L th ,285* 4/30 OFF DAY 5th /1 N LAA Casilla/Smith W th ,507* 24 5/2 D LAA Hudson/Santiago W th ,287* 25 5/3 D LAA Lincecum/Weaver W rd ,516* 26 5/4 N SD Bumgarner/Ross W rd ,278* 27 5/5 N SD Vogelsong/Cashner W nd ,358* 28 5/6 D SD Kennedy/Heston L rd ,060* 29 5/7 N MIA Haren/Hudson L rd ,367* 30 5/8 N MIA Lincecum/Cosart W rd ,413* 31 5/9 N MIA Phelps/Bumgarner L rd ,285* 32 5/10 D MIA Casilla/Cishek W rd ,889* 5/11 OFF DAY 3rd /12 N at HOU HESTON/McHugh W nd , /13 N at HOU Qualls/Affeldt L rd , /14 N at CIN Diaz/Romo L rd , /15 N at CIN Bumgarner/Marquis W rd , /16 N at CIN Vogelsong/Leake W nd , /17 D at CIN Petit/DeSclafani W nd ,209 5/18 OFF DAY 2nd /19 N LAD Hudson/Frias W nd ,392* 40 5/20 N LAD Lincecum/Anderson W nd ,920* 41 5/21 D LAD Bumgarner/Kershaw W nd ,840* 42 5/22 N at COL Vogelsong/Kendrick W nd , /23 D at COL Heston/Lyles W nd , /23 N at COL Hale/Petit L nd , /24 D at COL Bettis/Hudson L nd , /25 D at MIL Lincecum/Lohse W nd , /26 N at MIL Bumgarner/Garza W nd , /27 D at MIL Vogelsong/Fiers W nd , /28 N ATL Heston/Miller W nd ,040* 50 5/29 N ATL Hudson/Foltynewicz W st ,311* 51 5/30 N ATL Perez/Lincecum L nd ,005* 52 5/31 D ATL Masset/Casilla L nd ,553* 53 6/1 N PIT Cole/Vogelsong L nd ,546* 54 6/2 N PIT Burnett/Heston L nd ,913* 55 6/3 D PIT Liriano/Hudson L nd ,495* 6/4 OFF DAY 2nd /5 N at PHI Lincecum/Garcia W nd , /6 D at PHI Bumgarner/Gonzalez W nd , /7 D at PHI Giles/Vogelsong L nd ,799 6/8 OFF DAY 2nd /9 N at NYM HESTON/Syndergaard W nd , /10 N at NYM Hudson/Harvey W nd , /11 N at NYM Familia/Romo L nd , /12 N ARI Anderson/Bumgarner L nd ,952* 63 6/13 N ARI Webster/Vogelsong L nd ,006* 64 6/14 D ARI De La Rosa/Heston L nd ,310* 65 6/15 N SEA Walker/Hudson L nd ,099* 66 6/16 D SEA Lincecum/Happ W nd ,267* 67 6/17 N at SEA Hernandez/BUMGARNER L nd , /18 N at SEA Vogelsong/Montgomery W nd , /19 N at LAD Heston/Bolsinger W nd ,503* 70 6/20 N at LAD Hudson/Frias W nd ,123* 71 6/21 N at LAD Anderson/Lincecum L nd ,509* 6/22 OFF DAY 2nd /23 N SD Maurer/Strickland L 2-3 (11) nd ,067* 73 6/24 N SD Vogelsong/Kennedy W nd ,744* 74 6/25 D SD Heston/Shields W nd ,533* 75 6/26 N COL Bettis/Hudson L nd ,887* 76 6/27 D COL Kontos/Betancourt W nd ,746* 77 6/28 D COL Bumgarner/Kendrick W nd ,795* 6/29 OFF DAY 2nd /30 N at MIA Latos/Vogelsong L nd , /1 N at MIA Cishek/Casilla L nd /2 D at MIA Fernandez/Cain L nd , /3 N at WAS Gonzalez/Peavy L nd ,693* 82 7/4 D at WAS Roark/Bumgarner L nd ,029* 83 7/5 D at WAS Zimmermann/Kontos L nd , /6 N NYM Niese/Romo L nd ,247* 85 7/7 N NYM Cain/Colon W nd ,164* 86 7/8 D NYM degrom/peavy L T2nd ,914* 7/9 OFF DAY T2nd /10 N PHI Bumgarner/Hamels W nd ,895* 88 7/11 N PHI Osich/Garcia W nd ,980* 89 7/12 D PHI Heston/Billingsley W nd ,387* 7/13 ALL-STAR BREAK 7/14 ALL-STAR GAME at Great American Ball Park 7/15 ALL-STAR BREAK 7/16 OFF DAY ALL-STAR BREAK 2015 RECORD: /17 N at ARI Vogelsong/Delgado W 6-5 (12) nd , /18 N at ARI Peavy/Anderson W nd , /19 D at ARI Bumgarner/Corbin W nd , /20 N at SD Kennedy/Hudson L nd , /21 N at SD Heston/Despaigne W nd , /22 D at SD Cain/Maurer W nd ,435 7/23 OFF DAY 2nd -3.0 # Date D/N Opp Winner/Loser W/L Score Rec Pos. GB ATT 96 7/24 N OAK Peavy/Chavez W nd ,128* 97 7/25 D OAK Bumgarner/Bassitt W nd ,162* 98 7/26 D OAK Hudson/Graveman W nd ,034* 99 7/27 N MIL Heston/Lohse W nd ,988* 100 7/28 N MIL Peralta/Cain L nd ,743* 101 7/29 D MIL Strickland/Fiers W nd ,352* 7/30 OFF DAY 2nd /31 N at TEX Martinez/Bumgarner L nd , /1 N at TEX Strickland/Dyson W 9-7(11) nd , /2 D at TEX Perez/Leake L nd , /3 N at ATL Vizcaino/Vogelsong L 8-9(12) nd , /4 N at ATL Affeldt/Aardsma W nd , /5 N at ATL Bumgarner/Perez W nd , /6 N at CHC Grimm/Heston L nd ,242* 109 8/7 D at CHC Lester/Vogelsong L nd ,311* 110 8/8 D at CHC Hendricks/Cain L nd ,305* 111 8/9 D at CHC Arrieta/Peavy L nd ,939* 8/10 OFF DAY 2nd /11 N HOU BUMGARNER/Kazmir W nd ,569* 113 8/12 D HOU Feldman/Heston L nd ,967* 114 8/13 N WAS Vogelsong/Strasburg W nd ,109* 115 8/14 N WAS Affeldt/Scherzer W nd ,675* 116 8/15 N WAS Peavy/Gonzalez W nd ,916* 117 8/16 D WAS BUMGARNER/Ross W nd ,904* 118 8/17 N at STL Siegrist/Strickland L nd , /18 N at STL Vogelsong/Lynn W nd , /19 N at STL Siegrist/Strickland L nd , /20 N at PIT Morton/Peavy L nd ,671* 122 8/21 N at PIT Bumgarner/Locke W nd ,692* 123 8/22 D at PIT Melancon/Kontos L nd ,259* 124 8/23 N at PIT Liriano/Vogelsong L nd ,364 8/24 OFF DAY 2nd /25 N CHC Arrieta/Cain L nd ,595* 126 8/26 N CHC Peavy/Hendricks W nd ,640* 127 8/27 D CHC Bumgarner/Haren W nd ,847* 128 8/28 N STL Lopez/Siegrist W nd ,577* 129 8/29 D STL Lynn/Vogelsong L nd ,796* 130 8/30 D STL Garcia/Heston L nd ,770* 131 8/31 N at LAD Hatcher/Broadway L 4-5(14) nd , /1 N at LAD 133 9/2 N at LAD 134 9/3 N at COL 135 9/4 N at COL 136 9/5 N at COL 137 9/6 D at COL 138 9/7 D at ARI 139 9/8 N at ARI 140 9/9 N at ARI 9/10 OFF DAY 141 9/11 N SD 142 9/12 N SD 143 9/13 D SD 144 9/14 N CIN 145 9/15 N CIN 146 9/16 N CIN 9/17 OFF DAY 147 9/18 N ARI 148 9/19 D ARI 149 9/20 D ARI 9/21 OFF DAY 150 9/22 N at SD 151 9/23 N at SD 152 9/24 N at SD 153 9/25 N at OAK 154 9/26 D at OAK 155 9/27 D at OAK 156 9/28 N LAD 157 9/29 N LAD 158 9/30 N LAD /1 D LAD /2 N COL /3 D COL /4 D COL FINAL 2015 RECORD: Pitcher s name in bold indicates complete game performance. Pitcher s name in bold italics indicates no-hitter ( ) - Indicates extra inning game. * - denotes a sellout 2015 DAY-BY-DAY STANDINGS INFO Days in 1st Place:... 2 Last Day in 1st Place:... May 29, 2015 Most Consecutive Days in 1st:... 1 Most Games Ahead/Date: (May 29) Most Games Behind/Date: (April 20) Days in 2nd Place Days in 3rd Place:...12 Days in 4th Place:... 1 Days in 5th Place:...19 GIANTS 2015 INSTANT REPLAY Number of plays viewed via instant replay (91 in '14) Number of plays viewed via instant replay at home (52 in '14) Number of plays viewed via instant replay on road (39 in '14) Number of plays overturned (44 in '14) Number of plays that stood (26 in '14) Number of plays confirmed (21 in '14) Longest time of replay...4:40, June 23 vs. SD Quickest time of replay...0:36, July 3 at WAS Challenges used by Bruce Bochy...29 (successful in 16 of 29) Career Challenges used by Bruce Bochy...68 (successful in 41 of 68)