Arizona vs San Francisco Sat, May 25
|*Community||ARI +105 70%||u/8 58%|
*Consensus from 1393 predictions.
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I didn't catch last nights game but when I watched the highlights I could only shake my head. Today could be a moment for the Giants season. The whole team looked bad and if they don't come out with fire today from being embarrassed and they were embarrassed they have more problems than meets the eye. They have some players out but still.
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This is a very quick turnaround for the D-backs after a Friday game that dragged on forever due to Arizona not being able to stop scoring. This total of 8 got my attention today because we've got 2 inexperienced pitchers dueling today. The Diamondbacks are dialed in after 21 hits and 18 runs last night, and the San Francisco Giants have shown flashes here and there of improved offense. There should be enough carryover from last night to get us over this reasonable total, especially with two inexperienced pitchers on the hill.60%
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Arizona Diamondbacks (69% consensus). The Arizona Diamondbacks snapped their five-game losing streak by scoring a season-high 18 runs on Friday and look to carry that momentum into Saturday when they continue their three-game series against the host San Francisco Giants. Arizona had averaged 2.4 runs per game during its losing skid before erupting for a season-high 21 hits in Fridays 18-2 victory... http://bit.ly/2GgBwAC
Betting Prediction for Arizona Diamondbacks vs San Francisco Giants on May 25, 2019, 4:05 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: San Francisco will Win and the Total will go Over .
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McCovey Chronicles: Giants continue to get "boat raced" by Diamondbacks, fall 10-4
On Friday night, after the Arizona Diamondbacks came into Oracle Park and took the complete path of annihilation by dismantling the San Francisco Giants 18-2, manager Bruce Bochy said that his Giants got "boat raced" by Arizona. So, not knowing what that meant, I looked it up and was kindly given the answer by 247Sports:
"It comes from a rowing competition. It was called The Boat Race. The term boat raced was dubbed because once a boat gained a lead in the competition they could get into the middle of the river where the channel was and were almost assured a win.
CSN Bay Area: Diamondbacks break out of slump with 18-2 win over Giants
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The Arizona Diamondbacks took out a week of frustrations on San Francisco's pitching staff.
Ildemaro Vargas had five hits and a home run, Adam Jones added four hits and a homer, and the Diamondbacks broke out of a slump in a big way, beating the Giants 18-2 on Friday night in the highest-scoring game in 20 seasons at San Francisco's waterfront ballpark.
"We needed it," said bench coach Jerry Narron, who filled in for manager Torey Lovullo. "Everybody knew we were going to break out at some point and someone would pay for it.
AZ Snake Pit: Diamondbacks 18, Giants 2: "They are who we thought they were"
Record: 26-25. Pace: 83-79. Change on 2017: +1.
The last time I saw such slaughter on the edge of a cove, it was a documentary about dolphins in Japan. The D-backs offense, which mustered a total of five runs across three games in being swept by San Diego, surpassed that tally by the end of the third. Or in the fourth and fifth innings, your choice. The D-backs reached 17 hits while making 17 outs, scoring in each of the first six innings. I'm still checking the record books, but it might have been the most dominating early performance by Arizona since, as Michael mentioned, Game 6 of the 2001 World Series, where we had 19 hits through five.
McCovey Chronicles: Giants throw batting practice for Diamondbacks, lose 18-2
If you wanted to know what it would feel like for time to move in reverse, then tonight was the game for you! Not only was it soul-crushingly slow, but they broke records! Not good records, of course, but records nonetheless! It was the most runs ever allowed by the Giants at Oracle Park. They also hit the same batter three times, tying the major league record. If you're going to lose in a way that feels as though we, the fans, were personally being punished, do it in a historic manner. That's been my motto since 2016.