Los Angeles Dodgers vs San Francisco Giants
This week's edition of Monday Baseball features the conclusion of the San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers' four-game series in the National League West.Get Your Registration Bonus!
Los Angeles Dodgers - Dodgers for another flawless win
After picking up another victory over the San Francisco Giants on Sunday, the Los Angeles Dodgers will look to keep their winning ways going against the Giants. With the victory, the Dodgers improved their overall record to 95-59 and clinched first place in the National League West. Mookie Betts is in the lead for the Los Angeles Dodgers with 39 home runs and 103 RBIs heading into Sunday, while Max Muncy is just behind him with 36 home runs of his own and 102 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. This game will be started by Lance Lynn, who has a record of 12-11 with a 5.92 ERA and 181 strikeouts so far this season.
San Francisco Giants - Giants to win here this time
After falling behind in the series with a loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers by a score of 7-0 on Sunday, the San Francisco Giants head into this game hoping to salvage a series split for the sake of their playoff hopes. The Giants finished the season with a record of 77–78, which places them 4 games behind in the race for the National League Wild Card. Wilmer Flores leads the Giants with 22 home runs this season, while J.D. Davis has 18 home runs and Michael Conforto has 15 dingers. Davis has posted 117 hits and a team-high 69 RBIs as well. Wilmer Flores leads the Giants with 22 home runs this season. J.D. Davis has 18 home runs. 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. Ryan Walker, who has a 4-3 record, a 3.20 earned run average, and 71 strikeouts so far this season, will get the start for the San Francisco Giants in this game.
Expert Betting Tips
Despite the fact that they are the underdogs in this match, I'm keeping an eye on the San Francisco Giants as a team that has a shot at winning. It is not often that one should go out of their way to favor the Giants, especially when they are playing against the Los Angeles Dodgers; nevertheless, Lance Lynn is simply not the same as he was when he first was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers, as he has been being hit hard again. The San Francisco Giants had a lot of success in games that were pitched by the bullpen this season. This appears to be the tactic that will be used here, and I believe that San Francisco will pull off the upset on Monday.