San Francisco vs Arizona by Sors
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Heston threw a no-hitter in his last start against the Mets last Tuesday (5-0) and although he went 2-3 with a 3.16 ERA in six starts AT&T Park in 2015, the right-hander pitched well in his previous two starts versus Arizona, allowing 8 hits and 3 runs (one earned), while striking out eleven over 13 2/3 innings in those two outings.
I watched Rubby De La Rossa (4-3 with a 5.84 ERA) many times last season (while with Boston) and few times this season and I can’t say I’m impressed with him.
De La Rossa is far from his best shape in this moment, as the right-hander surrendered four or more earned runs in each of his last four starts, including a career-high 10 hits and 9 runs over five innings of a 3-9 loss against the Dodgers last Monday.
Beside other things, the right-hander had obvious problems in his previous two starts against San Francisco this season, in which he gave up 17 hits and 10 runs (nine earned) in twelve innings.He is 1-1 with a 6.63 ERA in three starts and a relief appearance against the Giants so far in his career.
Buster Posey is 4-for-6, with 1 HR, 3 RBI and a walk against him, Brandon Crawford is 3-for-9, but with 2 HR, Brandon Belt is 2-for-6, with a homer, 2 RBI and a walk, Justin Maxwell is 1-for-1, with a homer, Nori Aoki is 4-for-11, with 1 RBI and a walk, Joe Panik is 2-for-6, with 2 RBI, while Angel Pagan is hitting .250 (2-for-8), with 1 RBI and three walks against De La Rosa.
I think that San Francisco will win the final game of this series with more than one run difference.
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|San Francisco - 1.50||Pinnacle||2.64||8||0-4 LOST (-8 units)|
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