The whirring you hear are hard drives in video rooms all around baseball being worked to the limit as players rush into "dig me" sessions the term Hunter Pence coined for reviewing old home run swings to get players going deep again.

Maybe all the players should simply review video of Pence's weekend at Dodger Stadium which will go down as one of the greatest power shows in Giants history.

When Pence started the series he had 20 homers for the season and no more than five in any month. He hit five against the Dodgers in four games to match his career high of 25 two of them against Edinson Volquez in Sunday's 4-3 victory which gave the Giants three of the four games in the series.

A home run settled the game but not one of Pence's. Brett Pill broke a 3-3 tie when he pinch-hit to start the eighth and took lefty Paco Rodriguez into the left-field seats.

Sergio Romo earned another white-knuckle save striking out Mark Ellis with two runners in scoring position and one out and ending the game by getting pinch-hitter Yasiel Puig to ground into a force with the bases loaded.

The Giants have won six of their past eight games their first such stretch since April aiding their push to avoid a last-place finish and finally win a multicity road trip.

Pence joined Willie Mays as the only Giants to go deep in all four games of a series against the Dodgers. The last Giant to homer in for straight games period was Barry Bonds in 2005.

Pence also had 12 RBIs in the series raising his season mark to 92.

Even more impressive Pence's five home runs went to all parts of the field in a right-to-left progression: right-field corner pavilion in right-center over the center-field wall left-field pavilion Dodgers' bullpen down the left-field line.

Pence is accomplishing feats not done in generations.

His seven-RBI game Saturday gave him 16 in a five-game span. The last Giant to do that was Mel Ott in 1934. The 19 in six games? No Giant had done that since the RBI became an official stat in 1920.