San Francisco vs Pittsburgh Predictions
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*Consensus from 2155 predictions.
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Bumgarner is not having a bad season, he is not getting any run support for all his hard work. I think he will have the same problem today. I don't think there will be a lot of scoring today. The under is probably the safer bet.70%
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F5 Under is really attractive as both these teams rank down near the bottom in OPS this year and Pirates are awful against lefties so Bum should have a strong outting. Lyles has looked magnificant too.60%
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With the state of the pitching for the Pirates and the offense for the Giants, do not expect this to be an exiting game. I would lean Pittsburgh but the value bet is on UNDER 7.550%
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It's hard to bet against Bumgarner but the Giants offense has been horrible this year batting .205 this season. Lyles has looked good and comes into this game rested and has the better offense behind him.50%
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Pittsburgh Pirates (55% consensus). The Pittsburgh Pirates look to win their fourth consecutive contest overall and fifth in a row at PNC Park on Friday when they open a three-game set against the San Francisco Giants. The Pirates benefited from an off day on Thursday after working overtime on six occasions already this season, with the team improving to 4-2 after winning a pair of 10-inning decisions in their last two games... http://bit.ly/2GfvHU5
Betting Prediction for San Francisco Giants vs Pittsburgh Pirates on April 19, 2019, 7:05 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Pittsburgh will WIN and the Total will go Under .
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In that first inning, Starling Marte lined out hard to center and Melky Cabrera grounded to third before Jung-ho Kang drew a walk and Josh Bell grounded a single to right. Then the fun began when Francisco Cervelli ripped a two-run double into the left field corner. He scored two pitches later when Pablo Reyes singled to left and then went to second on the throw, then Reyes scored when J.
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First, there's a very good chance this game doesn't get played or it gets delayed. If it gets delayed, this is still the thread. If it doesn't get played, this is your evening "Bryan sucks" comments thread.
As I noted in the Series Preview, the Pirates lead the NL Central at 10-6 and despite their cheapskate owner continuing to lower payroll, Neil Huntington and his server room continue to find hidden value in major league castoffs and are still getting solid performance from the remaining star players.
I say solid when maybe "below average" would've been more accurate.
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Two of Andrew McCutchen's former employers (suddenly, he's on his fourth team, and we're all getting very old) square off in Pittsburgh for a weekend series.
The Giants remain old, on the downswing and aren't presumed to be a factor in an otherwise exciting and competitive National League West. They did nab Farhan Zaidi from the rival Dodgers over the offseason to be their President of Baseball Operations -- much better than just getting another Evan Longoria or (again, we're getting old) Cutch.
San Francisco dropped two of three this week in Washington, including a 4-2 getaway-day loss while the Pirates were off on Thursday.