Los Angeles Dodgers vs San Francisco Giants
The San Francisco Giants and the Los Angeles Dodgers square off against one another at Dodger Stadium on Sunday for game three of their four-game series in Major League Baseball action.Get Your Registration Bonus!
Los Angeles Dodgers - Dodgers will get a win here
The Los Angeles Dodgers are now 94-59 on the season, which places them 4.5 games behind the Atlanta Braves for the top record in the American League. The Dodgers were defeated on Friday, which brought their overall record to 94-59. Max Muncy sits right beside Mookie Betts with 36 home runs of his own and 102 RBIs, making them the top two sluggers on the Los Angeles Dodgers. Mookie Betts leads the team with 39 home runs and 103 RBIs. This season, J.D. Martinez has 30 home runs and 95 RBIs, while Freddie Freeman has 201 hits, 95 RBIs, a.334 batting average, a.411 on-base percentage, 26 home runs, and 56 doubles. J.D. Martinez leads the club in home runs, and Freddie Freeman leads the team in hits. Clayton Kershaw, who has a record of 12-4 with a 2.52 earned run average and 170 strikeouts so far this season, will start this game for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
San Francisco Giants - can Giants step up?
The San Francisco Giants were successful in exacting some amount of retribution against the Los Angeles Dodgers by virtue of their 5-1 victory over them on Friday. The victory moved the San Francisco Giants' record for the year to 77-77, putting them three games behind in the fight for the National League Wild Card. Wilmer Flores is in the lead for the San Francisco Giants with 22 home runs this season. J.D. Davis is in second place with 18 home runs, and Michael Conforto is in third place with 15. Davis also has 117 hits and a team-high 69 RBIs. This season, Conforto has driven in 56 runs, while LaMonte Wade Jr. has a batting average of.262 and an on-base percentage of.375. This season, Thairo Estrada is leading the San Francisco Giants in hits with 128 and in batting average with a.276 mark.
Expert Betting Tips
The Los Angeles Dodgers are the team that I currently see as having the best chance of winning this match. Even though the San Francisco Giants are still mathematically in the race, they do not feel like a team that is likely to make the playoffs, despite the fact that they are still in the race. It is simply so difficult to bet against Clayton Kershaw when he is pitching at home this season. In the National League, the Los Angeles Dodgers are still attempting to catch up to the Atlanta Braves at the top of the standings. Until it is mathematically impossible for them to do so, I believe the Los Angeles Dodgers will continue their pursuit of the Atlanta Braves, especially if it means gaining ground on a division opponent.