San Francisco vs Cincinnati by Sors
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Peavy pitched well in his last start, in which he yielded 2 hits and 1 run over seven innings of a 9-1 win against San Diego last Friday.
The right-hander obviously feels more comfortable at AT&T Park, where he’s posted a 3.46 ERA in his previous seven starts this season, compared to a 4.80 ERA in eight road contests in this period.Peavy is 4-0 with a 3.19 ERA in five starts at AT&T Park after the All-Star break.
The veteran right-hander went 6-0 with a 2.33 ERA in eleven career starts versus Cincinnati.
Skip Schumaker is 3-for-10, with a homer and 2 RBI off Peavy, Todd Frazier is hitting .333 (1-for-3), with a double against him, Brayan Pena is 3-for-11, with a solo home run and a walk, but Joey Votto, Brandon Phillips, Jay Bruce and Eugenio Suarez are a combined 6-for-35, even though Brandon Phillies has a solo home run in the matchup.
Cincinnati will give the ball to Michael Lorenzen (4-8 with a 5.45 ERA), who pitched well during the first half of the season, but the right-hander have obvious problems after the All-Star break, as he surrendered three or more earned runs in six of his last eight starts and lasted less than six innings in each of those eight outings.
Lorenzen posted a 6.75 ERA in nine road contests this season and what is also important to be noted: he gave up 3 hits and 3 runs, while walking two over two innings in a relief appearance against the Giants on May 15.
I think that San Francisco will manage to win the final game of this series, most probably with more than one run difference.
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|San Francisco - 1.50||Pinnacle||2.32||8||5-3 WON (+10.56 units)|
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