Conrad, Braves done in by errors

The Atlanta Braves' Brooks Conrad committed three errors in Game 3 of the NLDS, tying a postseason record, done by 11 other players.


• He’s the first Braves player to commit three errors in a postseason game.

• The last player to commit three errors in a postseason game was the Los Angeles Dodgers' Rafael Furcal in Game 5 of the 2008 NLCS.

• Conrad is the fourth second baseman with three errors in a postseason game. The others are: Davey Lopes (Game 5, 1981 World Series), Buddy Myer (Game 1, 1933 World Series) and Danny Murphy (Game 3, 1905 World Series).

Game-Tying Hit, 9th inning or Later
Giants Postseason History

Aubrey Huff became the fourth Giants player with a game-tying hit in the ninth inning or later.

• In a losing effort, Eric Hinske became only the third player in postseason history with a pinch-hit home run in the eighth inning or later that turned a deficit into a lead. The two others are: Kirk Gibson (1988 World Series) and Ed Sprague (1992 World Series).

• Hinkse is also the second Braves player to hit a go-head HR in the seventh inning or later of a postseason game when they trailed. The other instance was Michael Tucker in the top of the eighth inning of Game 5 in the 1998 NLCS against the San Diego Padres.