ATLANTA -- The Giants' 9-4, 11-inning victory on Wednesday over the Atlanta Braves prompted a flurry of trivia. The three-run homers by Brandon Crawford and Gregor Blanco in the 11th marked the third time in the last 40 years that teammates each homered with at least two men on base in the same extra inning, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. Other duos to accomplish this were Oakland's Terry Steinbach and Ruben Sierra in 1993 and Seattle's John Olerud and Ben Davis in 2002. Elias also discovered that until Wednesday, the last time the Giants had scored as many as six runs in an extra inning was Aug. 7, 2001, at Cincinnati. That uprising featured home runs by Barry Bonds, Andres Galarraga and Marvin Benard.
Crawford's homer, his second of the season, was his first in 249 at-bats.