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0 -- Complete games by the San Diego Padres, the only team in the majors without one. Ellis Burks
The Giants are 39-19 with Ellis Burks in the starting lineup, 12-21 without him.
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.143 -- Batting average by Ed Sprague after being traded from the Padres to the Red Sox. He batted .274 with 10 HR in 117 at-bats with San Diego.
1 -- Rockies player with at least 100 at-bats to hit .300 on the road (Todd Helton, .319). There are 10 Rockies who have a .300 average at Coors Field.
3 -- New York Mets to hit three grand slams in a season -- John Milner (1976), Robin Ventura (1999) and Mike Piazza (2000).
4 -- Players who have homered in their first career at-bats this season: Esteban Yan, Keith McDonald, Alex Cabrera and Chris Richard. The previous high for a season was three, accomplished four times -- 1938, '74, '75, '86.
4.45 -- Number of at-bats it takes Philly rookie Pat Burrell to pick up an RBI this season.
5 -- Home runs needed by Devil Rays first baseman Fred McGriff to become the second big leaguer to hit 200 homers in both leagues, joining Frank Robinson.
6 -- Teams that do not have at least one 20-homer hitter -- Detroit, Milwaukee, Minnesota, Philadelphia, San Diego and Tampa Bay
7 -- Earned runs for Arizona reliever Byung-Hyun Kim in his last 3 2/3 innings, compared to 8 ER in his first 39 2/3 innings. The slump has raised his ERA from 1.82 to 3.12.
8 -- Consecutive multihit games by Reds third baseman Chris Stynes from July 8-18.
9 -- Active players among the top 50 career home run list. Sammy Sosa is the latest addition, in 49th place with 365 longballs.
13 -- Cleveland wins against five losses in interleague play this season, the best mark in the majors.
13.50 -- ERA by Phillies closer Jeff Brantley in July. Brantley has blown three of his last four save chances after converting his first 13.
14 -- Career hits by Mariners DH Edgar Martinez in 25 at-bats (.560) against Diamondbacks pitcher Brian Anderson.
21 -- Ground-ball double plays induced by Houston pitcher Chris Holt, the most in the majors.
29.1 -- Innings pitched by Roger Clemens in his past four starts, all wins. The Rocket struck out 24, walked six and allowed five earned runs in that stretch.
39 -- Home runs in 72 games for Alex Cabrera with Class AA El Paso, Class AAA Tucson and Arizona.
55.3 -- Percentage of times Rangers catcher Ivan Rodriguez has swung at the first pitch this season (205 of 371).
58 -- Games started by oft-injured Ellis Burks. The Giants are 39-19 (.672) in those games.
64 -- Players in major league history with 400 steals. Cleveland's Roberto Alomar became the latest -- and fifth active player on the list -- on July 18 against Houston. Marquis Grissom needs five to join that club.
124 -- Games it took the White Sox to reach 60 wins last season. Chicago did it this year in 94 games.
2,346 -- Pitches thrown by Orioles pitcher Mike Mussina this season, which leads the league.
1,265,000 -- Dollars spent by Brian Seigel for the Honus Wagner baseball card once owned by Wayne Gretzky and Bruce McNall. Seigel won an online auction for the 1909 card that sold for $461,000 back in 1991.

All stats as of July 19

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