Toronto vs San Francisco Wed, May 15
|*Community||TOR +135 53%||u/7.5 58%|
*Consensus from 1127 predictions.
|18126th||Earned Run Average||4.4512th|
The Giants have high hopes for Shaun Anderson and Jackson is average at best. I wouldn't touch this game with a 10 foot pole, but will be watching. Enjoy.
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These two teams are statistically mirror images of each other and both teams have struggled of late. Toronto is trying to address their banged up rotation and acquired veteran Edwin Jackson from Oakland is getting his first start tonight. Jackson has a career ERA of 4.60 and will be going against Shaun Anderson who is also getting his first start. Anderson, 24, owns a 4.11 ERA in seven starts at Triple-A Sacramento and is ranked as the No. 4 prospect and the top pitcher in the Giants farm system according to MLB.com. This game is a total crap shoot for bettors and probably a stay away game, but I would lean Giants here today but with low confidence until Anderson proves himself on the big stage.
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Toronto Blue Jays (51% consensus). It took more than a dozen games, but the Toronto Blue Jays finally got a taste of what Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is capable of doing. The phenom hopes to build off his best performance in the major leagues when Toronto visits the San Francisco Giants for the finale of their two-game interleague series on Wednesday afternoon... http://bit.ly/2GfvHU5
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CSN Bay Area: Giants vs. Blue Jays lineups: Aramis Garcia catching Shaun Anderson
Welcome to the Shaun Anderson era. The Giants' top pitching prospect is making his MLB debut on Wednesday at Oracle Park against the Blue Jays.
And he'll be throwing to a familiar face.
Anderson's battery mate will be catcher Aramis Garcia. The two have worked together the past two season in Triple-A Sacramento together, and the familiarity should help ease the rookie right-hander into the big leagues.
Over seven starts this season for Sacramento, Anderson was 2-1 with a 4.11 ERA in the extremely hitter-friendly Pacific Coast League. He also had 37 strikeouts in 35 innings pitched.