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Giants hoping to improve results at home

SAN FRANCISCO -- The Giants began a 10-game homestand with Monday's series opener against the Rockies, and the club is hoping that the momentum of its recent 4-2 road trip will carry over to AT&T Park.

While the Giants have won 19 of their last 25 games on the road, they have lost 15 of their last 24 games at home.

"It's got to pick up; we know it," Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. "There's no reason why we haven't played quite as well here."

The Giants are 3-4-1 in their last eight series at home, but are still 40-31 (.563) on the season at AT&T Park.

"Early in the season we were very good here," Bochy said. "It's going to be important that we put that behind us and play well here."

SAN FRANCISCO -- The Giants began a 10-game homestand with Monday's series opener against the Rockies, and the club is hoping that the momentum of its recent 4-2 road trip will carry over to AT&T Park.

While the Giants have won 19 of their last 25 games on the road, they have lost 15 of their last 24 games at home.

"It's got to pick up; we know it," Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. "There's no reason why we haven't played quite as well here."

The Giants are 3-4-1 in their last eight series at home, but are still 40-31 (.563) on the season at AT&T Park.

"Early in the season we were very good here," Bochy said. "It's going to be important that we put that behind us and play well here."

This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.