With the biggest series of the year for the Dodgers about to start in San Francisco, here is a look at how several members of the team have performed against the Giants, both this year and in their careers.
Dee Gordon has hit .275 (14-for-51) with a .302 on-base percentage and seven runs scored in 13 games against the Giants, including 12 starts, this season. But he has also stolen eight bases in eight attempts and has been successful in 15 consecutive stolen base attempts against San Francisco dating back to 2012.
Hanley Ramirez is hitting .348/.412/.652 (16-for-46) with five doubles and three home runs in 12 games against the Giants this season, and since joining the Dodgers is hitting .313/.367/.570 with six home runs and 21 RBI in 35 games against San Francisco. Three of the six home runs were hit against Sergio Romo.
After hitting .285/.367/.469 with 15 home runs and 46 RBI in 91 games against the Giants as a Padre from 2006-2010, Adrian Gonzalez as a Dodger is hitting just .238/.301/.346 with one home run and 16 RBI in 36 games against San Francisco.
Matt Kemp has eight career triples in 562 home games, but has seven triples in 62 career games at AT&T Park, hitting .308/.377/.476 in San Francisco.
Scott Van Slyke has 13 plate appearances against Giants left-handed pitchers in his career, 11 of which are against Madison Bumgarner, starting Friday night for San Francisco. Van Slyke is 2-for-7 (.286) with a double and four walks. Bumgarner has only walked three players more times than Van Slyke (Paul Goldschmidt, Justin Upton and DJ LeMahieu, five times each), and all have between 15-20 more plate appearances than Van Slyke against him.
Carl Crawford is just 5-for-39 (.128) against the Giants this season, including 2-for-22 (.091) in San Francisco.
Yasiel Puig is hitting .341/.383/.705 in 11 games against the Giants this season, including a Los Angeles Dodgers-record three triples (and a double) on July 25 in San Francisco. Since that game, Puig is hitting .229/.319/.299 with five doubles, a triple and a home run in 38 games.
Juan Uribe in the last two seasons is hitting .320/.358/.560 with two home runs, four doubles, a triple and 12 RBI in 13 games at AT&T Park.
A.J. Ellis in his career has hit .263/.378/.401 in 48 games against the Giants, though is just 1-for-20 against them this season, including 0-for-12 in San Francisco.
Justin Turner in his first season with the Dodgers is 5-for-22 (.227) with two doubles and two walks against the Giants.
Andre Ethier is 8-for-20 (.400) with two doubles, one home run and three walks against the Giants this season.