Not since Joe Panik's rookie season had he and Brandon Crawford committed errors in the same game.
But their combined run of excellence came to an end in the Giants' 5-4 loss to the Brewers in Milwaukee on Saturday.
Panik's error came in the bottom of the fifth inning and led to the Brewers tying the game 1-1.
Crawford's error proved even more costly as it allowed Ryan Braun to reach base to lead off the bottom of the ninth. The Brewers left field would move to second a walk to rookie Keston Hiura and came around to score the game-winning run on a double by pinch-hitter Ben Gamel.
"Bad read on my part," Crawford told The San Francisco Chronicle's Henry Schulman after the game. "I got caught in-between."
The last time Panik and Crawford both committed errors in the same game? August 25, 2014, according to the Giants. Panik was a rookie and Crawford was in his fourth season.
From the #SFGiants: August 25, 2014 vs COL was the last time both Crawford & Panik committed errors in the same game
— Henry Schulman (@hankschulman) July 14, 2019
Since then, Crawford has won three Gold Gloves and Panik has won one.
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But on this night, the duo was anything but golden and it cost the Giants to gain ground in the NL Wild Card standings.