Pablo Sandoval hit a home run and lined a two-out RBI single on Saturday. He leads the Giants with four of the club’s 11 RBIs. He looks to be past the irritated nerve in his elbow that nearly put him on the disabled list to start the season.

He’s feeling comfortable at the plate, right?

“You want me to tell the truth?” he said. “I feel a little lost.”

Sandoval is the closest thing to locked in that the Giants have right now. He hit a two-run homer at Dodger Stadium on Wednesday. But he isn’t satisfied with his swing. Not after missing those two weeks at the end of spring training.

How does he define “lost?”

“When I miss the fastball down the middle,” he said. “When I feel good, I don’t miss those pitches. But I’m trying hard to get the feeling back.

Giants manager Bruce Bochy reiterated that he expects the Giants to hit more home runs than last year, when they became the first team since the 1985 St. Louis Cardinals to make the playoffs while hitting the fewest longballs in the major leagues.

They scored the most runs on average per road game than any team other than the Angels. But they hit just 31 homers in 81 games at AT&T Park.