San Francisco vs Milwaukee by Sors
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At first place, San Francisco is one of the hottest team in baseball in this moment, as the Giants have won eight of their nine games after the All-Star break and have .298 BA, with 49 runs and 10 HR over that span.
The Brewers, meanwhile, were shut out in two consecutive games and have .237 BA, with 9 runs and 3 HR from the last five.
Chris Heston (10-5 with a 3.18 ERA), who will start for San Francisco, was outstanding in his last start, in which he yielded just 1 hit and struck out six over 7 1/3 scoreless innings of a 9-3 win at San Diego last Tuesday.
The right-hander posted a 2.57 ERA in ten starts at AT&T Park this season.
The Brewers will send to the mound Kyle Lohse (5-11 with a 6.29 ERA), who surrendered four or more earned runs in thirteen of his previous twenty starts in 2015.
Lohse went 0-2 with a 7.50 ERA in three starts against the Giants over the last three years, as the right-hander gave up 6 hits and 5 runs, while walking three over 5 1/3 innings in the last of them on May 25 in Milwaukee (4-8).
Angel Pagan is 6-for-16, with 5 RBI and a walk against him, Hunter Pence is 18-for-53, with 5 RBI and two walks, Brandon Crawford is 3-for-9, while Matt Duffy is 1-for-3, with 1 RBI.
I think that the Giants are capable to win that game with more than one run difference.
|San Francisco - 1.50||Pinnacle||2.33||8||4-2 WON (+10.64 units)|
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.