San Francisco vs Arizona Predictions
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I don't know what's going on with Arizona right now and they are and were the favorites in this series but this is probably a sweep by San Francisco today. The pitching for me is about even and Arizona is a better hitting club but San Francisco but the ball is just going the Giants way right now.
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Anderson has proved vulnerable in the first inning this season, allowing opposing hitters to bat .438 with four home runs over seven opening frames. He gave up six runs (four earned) over five innings in his last start against the D-backs on May 26. Kelly struggled in his last outing against the Rockies, as he allowed six runs (five earned) on eight hits over six innings. Arizona deserves to be the favorite here and should be a good spot for the D-backs to snap their losing streak.50%
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Betting Prediction for San Francisco Giants vs Arizona Diamondbacks on June 23, 2019, 4:10 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Arizona will Win and the Total will go Under .
The San Francisco Giants are aiming to complete their first three-game sweep of the season but are +122 underdogs to do so with the host Arizona Diamondbacks coming back at -142. A pair of rookies in Shaun Anderson and Merrill Kelly get the ball with the total opening at 9 runs.Giants vs Diamondbacks Game Center. Original matchup: http://bit.ly/2RxqRDV
AZ Snake Pit: Diamondbacks 4, San Francisco 7: The Island of Broken Toys
So it started innocently enough. Thanks to the injury to Jon Duplantier, Zack Godley got the opportunity to demonstrate that he had fixed his issues sufficiently as to regain his place in the starting rotation, and he retired the first two batters he faced on weak groundouts to second. It only took him six pitches (!!!) to do so, too! He then gave up two-out singles to Buster Posey and Pablo Sandoval, but rather than completely losing his composure, he managed to induce Brandon Belt to pop out to Ildemaro Vargas at second to end the top of the first.
McCovey Chronicles: Dickerson and Yastrzemski propel Giants to 7-4 win over Diamondbacks
For the second night in a row, it was the Alex Dickerson show in Arizona.
Tyler Beede struggled early in the game, giving up four runs in four innings of work. And though this fits the theme of the Giants struggling early this season, the offense took up the mantle and made sure the bullpen had a lead to work with for the rest of the game.
This came almost exclusively in the second and third innings, which were practically identical, with Dickerson coming up big in each. In the second, Kevin Pillar hit a line drive that just squeaked through the fielders for a single, at which point Dickerson hit the double he was missing from last night's attempt at a cycle, scoring Pillar from first.