MLB baseball wagering handicappers believe that the Giants could be even better than last year when they made a surprise MLB online betting run to the Fall Classic Title.
The Arizona Diamondbacks will host the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday night with a starting time of 9:40 PM ET. Sports Gambling will have side and total odds on this National League West Division exhibition game so be sure and to have your account open and ready for action.
The Giants were a phenomenal 13-4 with the MLB odds to begin the exhibition season. Buster Posey had a blistering hot bat to begin the Cactus League season as he was hitting .455 with 3 doubles, 2 home runs, and 8 runs batted in. Pitching remains the strength of the Giants and that
has shown in exhibition play so far.
Santiago Casilla threw 5 shutout innings with 4 strikeouts to begin the exhibition season while Steve Edlefsen threw 4.2 shutout innings with 4 strikeouts. Felix Romero threw 5 shutout innings with 4 strikeouts and Sergio Romo also threw 5 shutout innings with 3 whiffs. Barry Zito had the “worst” earned run average on the staff with a tidy 2.79 and 5 strikeouts.
Arizona is running a wide open training camp as they are rebuilding with plenty of open jobs that are available. The Diamondbacks had a poor record of just 5-14 with the baseball lines that reflected all of the experimentation taking place. Ryan Roberts was on a tear with a batting average of .560 while Paul Goldschmidt was hitting .500.
Russell Branyan was in excellent form as well with a .464 average and 3 home runs with 9 runs batted in. Sam Demel, David Hernandez, and Rafael Rodriguez all had ERA’s under 2.00.
The Giants opened at Sports-Gambling as a +800 selection to repeat as World Series champions, +600 to win the National League, +135 to win the National League West, and with an over under win total of 88.
Arizona opened at Sports-Gambling with a MLB baseball wagering over under win total of 72.5, and was at +6500 to win the World Series, +4000 to win the National League, and +1400 to win the National League West.