Milwaukee vs San Francisco Predictions
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*Consensus from 1915 predictions.
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@DCornell74 has hit the key points on this game on the head. The potential for the Giants to steal one here is real. I like Bumgarner and hope he leaves San Francisco sooner rather than later. He may not still be an "ace" but under the right conditions and right team he is solid.
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There are three reasons why San Francisco is the pick here, #1 Milwaukee starter Jimmy Nelson has only started one game (on June 5th) since 2017 and his rust showed. He was chased in three innings by Miami, a poor offense, after allowing four earned runs and three walks. Plus, his fastball lacked zip, registering 1.7 mph slower on average than 2017. #2 Madison Bumgarner is a potential trade chip and hes been busy showing what hes worth. In eight starts since May 1st, hes gone 6-plus innings in every start while walking just 12 batters (2.2 per nine innings). #3 San Fran fans have no one left to cheer for except the Giants; expect a legitimate home-field advantage for the Giants on Saturday.
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San Francisco Giants (60% consensus). After winning the series opener with a rare power surge, the San Francisco Giants look to carry the momentum into Saturday afternoons contest against the visiting Milwaukee Brewers. The Giants began the three-game set ranked 14th in the National League in home runs (60) but went deep three times in Fridays 5-3 victory... http://bit.ly/2J4p58z
Betting Prediction for Milwaukee Brewers vs San Francisco Giants on June 15, 2019, 4:05 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: San Francisco will Win and the Total will go Over .
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Brew Crew Ball: Giants come back to beat Brewers, 8-7
The Milwaukee Brewers and Jimmy Nelson could not hold onto an early lead Saturday afternoon in San Francisco. The team would allow the Giants to come back from 5-1 and win the second game in a three-game series.
Nelson kept the Giants off the board for the first three innings, at one point retiring 11 batters in a row from the first to the fourth inning, six of those on strikes. His first run came after #oldfriend Stephen Vogt tripled and was driven in on a Kevin Pillar single.
While Nelson quieted the Giants, the Brewers chipped away at the scoreboard.
Raising Matt Cain: Giants Bop Brewers
Giants win their third straight with a three-homer attack. Panda got it started in the 4th driving in Belt with a bomb, Pillar added a solo shot in the 5th, and Young Yaz drove in Pillar with a dinger of his own in the 7th. Drew Pomeranz kept the Brewers in the yard for five innings and the 'pen did the rest. Mark Melancon had a little trouble in the 8th but Reyes Moronta, Sam Dyson, and Will Smith all threw scoreless frames. Smith is Mr. Automatic: 17 for 17 in save chances.
Drew Pomeranz has had a pretty rough 2019 so it is good to see some effective innings from him.
San Jose Mercury News: Giants playing their best baseball in 12 months, take down first-place Brewers at home
SAN FRANCISCO -- A June swoon, you ask?
Not around the foggy confines of China Basin, where the Giants are playing their best baseball in a full year.
For the second time this month, the Giants have won three in a row as they took down the Milwaukee Brewers 5-3 on the strength of three home runs, a solid night from starter Drew Pomeranz and four innings of one-run ball from a quartet of relievers.
Pablo Sandoval, Kevin Pillar and Mike Yastrzemski all homered for the Giants as they turned the tables on the first-place Brewers, who entered the night leading the National League with 121 home runs as a team.
Brew Crew Ball: Brewers succumb to Giants home runs, lose 5-3
The Brewers are third in all of baseball and lead the National League in home runs. The Giants are 3rd to last in baseball and 2nd to last in MLB. The Brewers had hit more than double of the home runs that the Giants have. None of that mattered tonight, as the Giants were the ones hitting the home runs.
The Brewers did take the lead first in this one. Orlando Arcia led off the top of the third with a walk, then went to third on a Lorenzo Cain single.
McCovey Chronicles: Giants outhomer Brewers because nothing makes sense
With tonight's victory over the Brewers, the Giants haven't lost since Sunday. They've only played three games in the last five days, but hey, even three game winning streaks have been hard to come by this year. This is just their fourth all season. With a win tomorrow, they'll have their longest winning streak since August 28. Things sure were different then. Andrew McCutchen was still on the team. Bobby Evans was still the general manager. The Giants hadn't yet gone on an 11-game losing streak.
Looking at the matchup on paper, the Giants were not supposed to win this game.