San Francisco Giants vs. Los Angeles Dodgers - 4/10/16 MLB Pick, Odds, and Prediction
Los Angeles Dodgers (3-2) at San Francisco Giants (4-1)
MLB Baseball: Sunday, April 10, 2016 at 4:05 pm (AT&T Park)
S Kazmir (1-0) (0.00) vs. J Cueto (1-0) (1.29)
The Line: San Francisco Giants -120 / Los Angeles Dodgers +110 --- Over/Under: 7.5 See the Latest Odds
The San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers end their series at AT&T Park in Sunday action.
Everytime the Los Angeles Dodgers beat San Francisco it’s a good day and Saturday was good with a 3-2, ten inning victory to sleep on. The Dodgers erased a 2-1 deficit with a run in the 9th and then won it in the 10th in a pitching dominated affair that saw Clayton Kershaw serve up a pair of solo jacks over eight innings for a no decision. The offense logged ten hits and three walks with Charlie Culbertson, Adrian Gonzalez and Scott Van Slyke drive in runs for what was a quiet day at the plate until the final two innings. The Dodgers are hoping that Scott Kazmir can come close to matching his Los Angeles debut. Kazmir defeated San Diego 3-0 on the road with a one hitter over six innings.
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The San Francisco Giants let one get away from them Saturday which was doubly painful because it was a late inning meltdown at the hands of the visiting Dodgers. Lefty Madison Bumgarner allowed a run through six frames and struck out eight before Santiago Casilla gave up the tying run in the 9th with George Kontos allowed the winner in the 10th. The bats didn’t do a whole lot with just five hits and a pair of bases on balls but both runs came on long balls off the bats of Bumgarner and Ehire Adrianza. Johnny Cueto gets his second start of the season when he opposes the Dodgers on Sunday. Cueto was sharp in his San Francisco debut with one run allowed through seven innings of a 2-1 win at Milwaukee.
The under is 6-2 in Los Angeles last 8 Sunday games and San Francisco are 27-12 in their last 39 home games while the under is 6-2 in the last 8 meetings. I’m leaning towards a low scoring affair here which is usually the norm…