Stat of the Day: Gausman's great streak ends

5:12 AM UTC is keeping track of a Stat of the Day for the Giants this season, highlighting a unique, interesting or fun nugget from each game.

June 12: Nationals 2, Giants 0 (Game 1) -- Great run ends
June 12: Giants 2, Nationals 1 (Game 2)
Entering Saturday, for nine straight starts, Kevin Gausman pitched five-plus innings and allowed one or no earned runs to score -- with a 24-inning streak allowing zero earned runs. The second pitch in Game 1 of the doubleheader, he gave up a solo home run, thus ending the string of no earned runs allowed, and he went on to give up two earned runs to end his nine-game streak, tied for the third-longest such streak since the earned run became official in 1913.

June 11: Giants 1, Nationals 0 -- DeSclafani's shutouts
Anthony DeSclafani threw his second shutout of the season, holding the Nationals to two hits while walking one and striking out eight in the 103-pitch gem. He's the first Giants pitcher with multiple shutouts in a season since Johnny Cueto tossed two in 2016.

June 9: Rangers 4, Giants 3 -- Sammy shines in 'Long' relief
Left-hander Sammy Long struck out seven over four-plus innings in his Major League debut on Wednesday. He became the first Giants reliever to whiff at least seven batters in his MLB debut since John Montefusco, who struck out seven over a nine-inning relief appearance on Sept. 3, 1974, against the Dodgers.

June 8: Giants 9, Rangers 4 -- Crawford stands alone
In his 2-HR game, Brandon Crawford made his 1,326th career appearance at shortstop for the Giants, surpassing Hall of Famer Travis Jackson for the most in the franchise's 138-year history, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.

June 6: Cubs 4, Giants 3 -- First pitch gone
LaMonte Wade Jr. crushed Kyle Hendricks' first pitch of the game out to left field to give the Giants a quick 1-0 lead in the first inning. It was Wade's first career leadoff home run, and the first for San Francisco this year.

June 5: Giants 4, Cubs 3 -- Crawford the Iron Giant
Brandon Crawford made his 1,325th career appearance at shortstop for the Giants on Saturday, tying Hall of Famer Travis Jackson for the most in franchise history.

June 4: Giants 8, Cubs 5 -- Vosler ... in a pinch!
Jason Vosler blasted a pinch-hit home run off Chicago reliever Keegan Thompson to extend the Giants' lead to 7-4 in the fourth inning. San Francisco has seven pinch-hit home runs through its first 57 games this year, the most in the Majors. The franchise record is 14, which was set in 2001.

June 3: Giants 7, Cubs 2 -- DeSclafani snaps skid at dish
Anthony DeSclafani tied the game with an RBI double that sailed over the head of Cubs right fielder Kris Bryant in the fourth inning. The hit snapped an 0-for-40 drought for DeSclafani that dated back to 2019. The 31-year-old right-hander also drew a walk off left-hander Rex Brothers in the sixth.

June 1: Angels 8, Giants 1 -- Wood's rough night
Left-hander Alex Wood was charged with a season-high seven runs over 3 2/3 innings in his shortest start of the year for the Giants. It was the most runs Wood has allowed in a single outing since he gave up seven on Sept. 10, 2018, at Cincinnati.