San Francisco vs Los Angeles Predictions
|*Community||LA -245 75%||o/7.5 54%|
*Consensus from 1669 predictions.
|43921st||Earned Run Average||3.3730th|
My god what is wrong with me????? I was burned once again by these dodgers and perhaps i'm on tilt but I'm pounding the shit out of them today. Kershaws last loss came from these gaints even though he only gave up two runs. But he dominates this Giants team and I don't think lighting can strike twice and the Giants pull off another win. In fact I'm pouunding the run line because if you look at the advanced metrics Shaun Anderson has some regression coming his way and his SIERA is a run and half higher than his ERA. I've been running so cold but that's going to happen and I've always said it's about trusting the process as opposed to the results because if you have solid reasining and edges you will be ahead long term. This isn't a sprint so I'm taking the dodgers run line at -120
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Los Angeles Dodgers (76% consensus). Clayton Kershaw looks to avenge his lone setback of the season when the Los Angeles Dodgers host the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday for the second contest of their four-game series. The ace left-hander lost in San Francisco on June 7 despite giving up only two runs and six hits over seven innings... http://bit.ly/2GnxpD3
Betting Prediction for San Francisco Giants vs Los Angeles Dodgers on June 18, 2019, 10:10 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: San Francisco will Win and the Total will go Under .
The Los Angeles Dodgers have the best record in MLB at 48-25 SU in 73 games and will look to rebound with Clayton Kershaw on the mound after dropping the opener vs the San Francisco Giants last night.Giants vs Dodgers Game Center. Original matchup: http://bit.ly/2Rh3L4i
Mike Scioscia's Tragic Illness: Giants @ Dodgers June 18, 2019: Kershaw sets sights on no-hitter anniversary win
The Dodgers (48-25) frustratingly dropped the series opener against the Giants (31-39) on Monday night. Now they aim to even up the series behind Clayton Kershaw on the five-year anniversary of his no-hitter against the Rockies.
Kershaw (6-1, 3.13 ERA, 3.62 FIP) allowed three runs on seven hits including two home runs, one each to Kyle Schwarber and Kris Bryant, in his last start against the Cubs. It wasn't his sharpest outing, but he still picked up the win thanks to four home runs including two off Cody Bellinger's bat and a trio of two-run home runs from Belli, Max Muncy and David Freese.
Dodger Blue: Dodgers Preview: Clayton Kershaw Faces Giants On Bobblehead Night At Dodger Stadium, 5-Year Anniversary Of No-Hitter
Five years ago, Clayton Kershaw took the mound at Dodger Stadium against the Colorado Rockies and provided the unbelievable highlight of what would go down as one of the greatest seasons by a pitcher in MLB history.
As Kershaw faces the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday night, with a commemorative bobblehead of his 15-strikeout no-hitter handed out to fans, a radically different Los Angeles Dodgers team will take the field behind him.
There are few similarities between the Dodgers of June 17, 2014 and this year's club. A different front office constructed the current team, and a different manager will watch from the dugout.
Dodger Blue: Recap: Miscommunication, Chris Taylor's Throwing Error Costs Dodgers In Loss To Giants
The Los Angeles Dodgers had plenty of runners on base but failed to capitalize and suffered a 3-2 loss to the San Francisco Giants in the opener of a four-game series. The win was the Giants' fifth in their past six games and they improved to an MLB-best 16-6 in one-run games.
Kenta Maeda endured a shaky second inning as a leadoff walk and base hit immediately put him in trouble. Brandon Crawford's two-run double off the base of the wall in right field gave the Giants a lead.
Maeda buckled down to retire the next three batters faced, limiting the damage.
McCovey Chronicles: The best start of Tyler Beede's young career helps the Giants defeat the Dodgers, 3-2
I got a late start to watching the game tonight so I listened to the top of the first on satellite radio. That tends to only carry the home broadcast, so I heard the Dodgers stats at the start of the game. The Dodgers were something like 43-14 in the 57 home games prior to tonight's game in LA. Dodgers starters were 20-3. Tonight's starter, Kenta Maeda, had a 1.69 ERA in five home starts with a 5:1 strikeouts to walk ratio (35:7). They also had the best overall record in baseball.
Meanwhile, Tyler Beede was pitching in just his ninth game, making just his seventh major league start.
Mike Scioscia's Tragic Illness: Giants 3, Dodgers 2: .500 against the Giants again
No matter how terrible the Giants are or where the Dodgers play them, they are always a tough and annoying matchup for whatever reason. The same applied today as the Dodgers struggled to a 3-2 loss.
Kenta Maeda pitched well enough, surrendering only two runs in five innings on just three hits and two walks, notching four strikeouts in the process.
Julio Urias took over and walked two but threw what would've been a scoreless inning, but a Chris Taylor throwing error led to a run that eventually proved to be the difference.
Caleb Ferguson got the 7th and 8th, as he seems back on track with two shutout innings, including three strikeouts and allowing just a walk.