Arizona Diamondbacks vs. San Francisco Giants, second game of the series. The first game was a wound for the Diamondbacks at home. The home team could not do anything against the powerful offense of the Giants. The visitors were scoring all possible runs to win the game for more than double. The home team tried to make some runs to find the tie, but the Giants always moved further.
Arizona Diamondbacks: This can not happen again.
The Diamondbacks suffered a painful defeat at home in the first game. 11-5 is not easy in the first game of the series. The Diamondbacks could never be up front in the scorer. The first runs were for the Giants, but the home team tried to tie the game with four runs in the fourth inning. That did not help. Before this series the Diamondbacks lost against the Rockies and Dodgers.
At home the Diamondbacks are scoring an average of 4.35 runs per game, 3.26 walks, 8.18 hits, 1.15 home runs, 14.53 left on base. The defense allows up to 4.50 runs per game, 2.71 walks, 9.38 strike outs, 8.94 hits, 1.24 home runs and 14.00 left on base. The first game was the fourth consecutive loss at home.
Zack Godley will open the second game of the series tonight. So far the season has been slightly negative for him with 3-4 in 8 games as a starter. 6.52 ERA, 59.1 pitched innings, 64 hits, 44 runs, 11 home runs, 46 strike outs, 1,517 WHIP. The last game at home was a defeat against the Giants 5-8 in May.
San Francisco Giants: We want another series.
The Giants have already won the first series of this season against the Diamondbacks in May 2-1. The first game was another demonstration of power. For now the Giants are negative on the road with 17-21. The best player of the Giants in the first game was Kevin Pillar with 3 runs, 2 hits and 4 RBI in 4 at bats. Dickerson was also another standout with 6 RBI.
On the road the Giants are scoring an average of 4.58 runs, 3.08 walks, 7.63 hits, 1.16 home runs, 12.89 left on base. The defense continues to allow up to 5.29 runs per game, 3.47 walks, 7.95 strike outs, 8.66 hits, 1.76 home runs, 13.84 left on base. The last series was a defeat on the road 1-3 against the Dodgers. This victory ended a losing streak of three games.
Tyler Beede is in his second year as a professional with the Giants. So far with negative numbers with 1-2 in the season. Five games as a starter, 6.67 ERA, 28.1 pitched innings, 32 hits, 23 runs, 6 home runs, 33 strike outs, 1,906 WHIP. Beede’s last game was a 3-2 victory against the Dodgers in the only win of the series.
My Free Pick & Prediction for Arizona Diamondbacks vs. San Francisco Giants 06/22/2019 is: take the OVER 10 (TOTALS).
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