Los Angeles Dodgers vs. San Francisco Giants - 7/30/17 MLB Pick, Odds, and Prediction
San Francisco Giants (40-65) at Los Angeles Dodgers (73-31)
MLB Baseball: Sunday, July 30, 2017 at 8:08 pm (Dodger Stadium)
M Cain (3-9) (5.37) vs. H Ryu (3-6) (4.17)
The Line: Los Angeles Dodgers -260 / San Francisco Giants +230 --- Over/Under: 9.5 See the Latest Odds
The San Francisco Giants look for a win in the series finale’ at the Los Angeles Dodgers in Sunday MLB action.
The San Francisco Giants have nothing to play for except to make life difficult for the rest of the NL West. The Giants missed out on a chance to beat the rival Dodgers in a 2-1 defeat Saturday for consecutive losses to their division foes. SF starter Ty Blach was a hard luck loser with both runs given up on eight hits and a pair of free passes over seven innings to fall to 6-7. San Francisco was held to four hits and four walks with Hunter Pence accounting for the scoring with his 7th long ball of the season. Matt Cain toes the rubber for the San Francisco Giants for Sunday’s match up at the Los Angeles Dodgers. Cain comes in off of a 10-3 loss versus the visiting Pittsburgh Pirates with six runs plated (two earned) on six hits and a walk over four frames.
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The Los Angeles Dodgers are on another roll as they look to wrap up the National League West. The Dodgers put another in the win column with Saturday’s victory versus the visiting San Francisco Giants with the pitching leading the way to win number seven in a row. LAD starter Rich Hill upped his record to 8-4 with two hits and a pair of bases on balls allowed through 5.2 innings of work. Los Angeles did just enough scoring on eight hits and a trio of walks with Cody Bellinger going 2-4 with both runs driven in while Corey Seager went 3-4 and scored twice. Hyun-Jin Ryu draws the starting assignment versus the San Francisco Giants for the second match up against the NL West rival. Ryu comes off of a 6-4 win versus the visiting Minnesota Twins with two runs given up on five hits and three over five frames.
The over is 11-3-2 in San Francisco last 16 overall and the over is 11-3-2 in San Francisco last 16 on grass while the over is 7-2-2 in San Francisco last 11 Sunday games. Los Angeles are 45-11 in their last 56 overall and Los Angeles are 45-11 in their last 56 games on grass while Los Angeles are 44-12 in their last 56 home games. The over is 7-3 in Cain’s last 10 road starts versus Los Angeles.
The price tag is huge on the Dodgers and I’d look for value elsewhere…