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MLB : ATS Matchup
Thursday 6/14/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
-1.5  +110

+1.5  -130



SAN FRANCISCO (33 - 35) at MIAMI (26 - 42)
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Thursday, 6/14/2018 12:10 PM
Board OpeningLatest
951SAN FRANCISCO-105Ov 8,-120-135Ov 8,-105
952MIAMI-105Un 8,+100+125Un 8,-115
SAN FRANCISCO - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games33-35+3.835-314.20.2620.3200.4080.7284.70.2550.3240.3940.718
Road Games14-24-3.418-203.50.2510.3090.3810.6904.90.2560.3250.4140.739
vs Right-handed Starters20-22+1.118-224.20.2680.3260.4120.7384.70.2550.3200.3960.716
Past 7 Games3-4+0.55-24.40.2610.3200.4120.7324.40.2490.3270.3510.678
Grass Games33-35+3.835-314.20.2620.3200.4080.7284.70.2550.3240.3940.718
Day Games13-11+5.813-114.40.2780.3270.4510.7784.80.2710.3490.3760.725
SAN FRANCISCO - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.20.2620.32068235161610814690.4082732016292650059507343
Road Games3.50.2510.309381312329576340.3811291113621228636344023
Righty Starters4.20.2680.326421454390659420.4121691243901331340344922
SAN FRANCISCO - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.931.326249.7122109235229624112-914960.9%
Road Games5.101.412125.3787112916481143-68561.5%

MIAMI - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games26-42-2.234-343.50.2340.2960.3430.6395.00.2540.3310.4210.752
Home Games14-20-1.715-193.40.2370.3010.3390.6404.30.2420.3100.3880.699
vs Right-handed Starters18-31-3.224-253.40.2330.2880.3400.6285.30.2530.3340.4170.751
Past 7 Games4-3+1.43-43.60.2080.2930.3010.5943.10.2570.3130.3570.670
Grass Games26-42-2.234-343.50.2340.2960.3430.6395.00.2540.3310.4210.752
Day Games6-14-4.39-113.60.2150.2840.3240.6095.00.2610.3350.4360.771
MIAMI - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games3.50.2340.2966822965388911460.3432222025881547565345021
Home Games3.40.2370.301341150273464210.3391091052801024531152613
Righty Starters3.40.2330.288491659386597350.340152128425833550253916
MIAMI - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games5.231.5082581611502663212324413-1413668.4%
Home Games4.181.372133.4676212413591277-97370%
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
6/2/2018SUAREZ(L)PHILADELPHIAVELASQUEZ(R)2-0W-1157.5 unU760330
6/4/2018HOLLAND(L)ARIZONAGODLEY(R)10-3W-1057.5 evO1150761
6/5/2018BUMGARNER(L)ARIZONACORBIN(L)2-3L-1406.5 ovU81111080
6/6/2018STRATTON(R)ARIZONABUCHHOLZ(R)5-4W-1208 ovO116010100
6/8/2018SUAREZ(L)@ WASHINGTONSTRASBURG(R)9-5W1757.5 ovO1561960
6/9/2018RODRIGUEZ(R)@ WASHINGTONGONZALEZ(L)5-7L1809 evO111101090
6/10/2018HOLLAND(L)@ WASHINGTONSCHERZER(R)2-0W2507 ovU570340
6/11/2018BUMGARNER(L)@ MIAMICHEN(L)5-7L-1557.5 unO891830
6/12/2018STRATTON(R)@ MIAMIRICHARDS(R)1-3L-1158.5 unU320660
6/13/2018SUAREZ(L)@ MIAMISMITH(L)4-5L-1107.5 unO111101070
6/20/2018 MIAMI  
6/21/2018 SAN DIEGO  

MIAMI - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
5/31/2018CHEN(L)@ SAN DIEGOLYLES(R)3-8L1257.5 ovO108110100
6/1/2018HERNANDEZ(R)@ ARIZONABUCHHOLZ(R)1-9L1309 ovO8911131
6/2/2018SMITH(L)@ ARIZONAGREINKE(R)2-6L1607 unO1090650
6/3/2018STRAILY(R)@ ARIZONAKOCH(R)1-6L1209 ovU652680
6/5/2018URENA(R)@ ST LOUISMARTINEZ(R)7-4W1877.5 ovO91001262
6/6/2018CHEN(L)@ ST LOUISFLAHERTY(R)11-3W1828.5 evO17110873
6/7/2018RICHARDS(R)@ ST LOUISMIKOLAS(R)1-4L2058 ovU4601171
6/8/2018SMITH(L)SAN DIEGOLAUER(L)4-0W-1307.5 ovU8120660
6/9/2018STRAILY(R)SAN DIEGOROSS(R)4-5L+1157.5 ovO7501292
6/10/2018URENA(R)SAN DIEGORICHARD(L)1-3L-1107.5 unU250840
6/11/2018CHEN(L)SAN FRANCISCOBUMGARNER(L)7-5W+1457.5 unO830891
6/12/2018RICHARDS(R)SAN FRANCISCOSTRATTON(R)3-1W+1058.5 unU660320
6/13/2018SMITH(L)SAN FRANCISCOSUAREZ(L)5-4W+1007.5 unO107011110
6/20/2018 @ SAN FRANCISCO  
SAN FRANCISCO: 2017 64-98, fifth place
MANAGER Bruce Bochy (12th season)
ADDITIONS: 3B Evan Longoria, OF Andrew McCutchen, OF Austin Jackson, LHP Tony Watson, OF Steven Duggar, OF Gregor Blanco, LHP Derek Holland
SUBTRACTIONS: OF Denard Span, LHP Matt Moore, RHP Matt Cain, SS Christian Arroyo, OF Michael Morse
OUTLOOK: The Giants are coming off their first last-place finish in a decade and their worst season overall since 1985. The talent level was upgraded significantly with trades for Longoria and McCutchen. Those two former All-Stars might be on the downside of their careers -- both are in their 30s -- but they still should add some pop to a lineup that finished last in the majors in home runs, 29th in runs and 29th in on-base percentage. They should also improve a defense that was spotty at best last season, when nothing went right. Getting a healthy season out of Bumgarner is crucial after he was injured in a dirt bike accident last April, but Friday he was hit by a line drive on his pitching hand and will miss the first two months of the season. Cueto is a quality No. 2 starter if he can avoid the blisters that plagued him last year. Samardzija is very durable, but the rest of the rotation isn't nearly as strong. The Giants will also need to adjust to a new coaching staff, with Curt Young replacing longtime pitching coach Dave Righetti, and Alonzo Powell taking over as hitting coach after Hensley Meulens moved to bench coach.
MIAMI: 2017 77-85, second place
MANAGER Don Mattingly (third season)
ADDITIONS: INF Starlin Castro, CF Lewis Brinson, OF Cameron Maybin, 1B Garrett Cooper, RHP Jacob Turner, OF-1B Scott Van Slyke, RHP Jumbo Diaz, RHP Sandy Alcantara
SUBTRACTIONS: RF Giancarlo Stanton, LF M
OUTLOOK: New CEO Derek Jeter is accustomed to winning, but that is about to change. He traded away half of last year's starting lineup, including the NL MVP in Stanton, which means the Marlins are rebuilding yet again. Even with an entirely new outfield, the offense could be decent. But Castro and Realmuto are potential trade bait and might be gone before August, and the season will almost surely end Sept. 30, leaving the Marlins out of the playoffs for the 15th year in a row. This season is really about developing prospects acquired in those offseason trades, and if youngsters such as Brinson and Alcantara perform well, 2018 will be considered a successful start for Jeter.arcell Ozuna, CF Christian Yelich, 2B Dee Gordon, RHP Tom Koehler, OF Ichiro Suzuki, RHP Dustin McGowan, C A.J. Ellis
Pudge's son hopes to take Giant step vs. Marlins

MIAMI -- San Francisco Giants rookie Dereck Rodriguez is thrilled to be in the major leagues while Miami Marlins veteran Dan Straily is just relieved he's not on the disabled list.

Rodriguez and Straily will go at each other in Thursday's finale to this four-game series. The Marlins (26-42) have won the first three games against the Giants (33-35) including Wednesday's 5-4 victory, which ended with Brian Anderson's walk-off sacrifice fly in the ninth inning.

As for Rodriguez (1-1, 5.25 ERA in three starts), he is the son of Hall of Fame catcher Ivan "Pudge" Rodriguez.

Meanwhile, Straily (2-2, 4.08 ERA) survived last week when he got hit by a 110-mph line drive off the bat of San Diego Padres first baseman Eric Hosmer. It was a terrifying play, but Straily escaped with bruised ribs and did not miss a start.

"It definitely took the wind out of me," Straily said of the Hosmer line drive. "I felt myself kind of spinning around.

"When you get hit, you don't really remember it -- you kind of have a momentary blackout. Your body takes over, whether it's adrenaline or whatever the actual reaction is ... You don't feel anything for a few minutes."

Straily said it wasn't until he left the game after 3 2/3 innings that he felt "a little bit of soreness" while back in the locker room.

"It's never anything you want to deal with, but you keep going forward," he said. "We all know that we (pitchers) stand the closest to home plate, but you can't let that stuff bother you or you won't be able to pitch. You can't let that be a fear."

Straily said x-rays were negative -- no broken bones.

"If there were any doubt that I'm not 100 percent, I wouldn't be on the mound,'' Straily said. "It's not about trying to be a tough guy or having a lot of pride."

The Marlins are 5-3 when Straily starts, but he has allowed 10 runs (nine earned) in his past 13 2/3 innings. He has just two quality starts this season -- both on the road -- May 18 and 23.

In fact, Straily has been better on the road (1-2, 2.67 ERA in five starts) as opposed to his home numbers (1-0, 7.11 ERA, three starts).

A promising note for Straily is the fact that he is 4-0 with a 2.43 ERA in five career starts against San Francisco.

His counterpart Thursday, whose full name is Ivan Dereck Rodriguez, is 26 years old and has endured a long journey to get to the majors.

Rodriguez was an outfielder at two South Florida high schools, Hollywood Chaminade and Monsignor Pace. He was drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the sixth round in 2011 and switched positions to pitcher late in the 2013 season.

It wasn't until last year that he finally got to Double A, going 5-4 with a 3.94 ERA in 15 appearances (13 starts).

This year, he went 4-1 with a 3.40 ERA in nine starts at Triple-A Sacramento, earning his promotion to the majors May 29.

Rodriguez lasted only 3 1/3 innings in his debut, allowing five hits, one walk and four runs (one earned) at the Colorado Rockies.

His next start, at home against the Philadelphia Phillies, marked his only major league win as Rodriguez picked up a quality start, allowing one run, five hits and two walks in six innings.

However, Rodriguez allowed five runs in 2 2/3 innings last week against the Washington Nationals, and that has produced an early trend in which he is 0-1 with a 9.00 ERA in two road starts.

He clearly has a long way to match the exploits of his father, who was a 14-time All-Star and a 13-time Gold Glove winner. Pudge also won a World Series championship in 2003, his only year with the Marlins.

"I was there almost every game," Dereck Rodriguez told the Sun-Sentinel when asked about that 2003 season. "I remember everything. It was a year to remember, honestly. I spent a lot of time on the field with the guys. It was a lot of fun."

Rodriguez can jack up his fastball to 95 mph, which is not surprising given what a strong arm was possessed by Pudge.

Giants manager Bruce Bochy praised Dereck Rodriguez for having good command of four pitches.

"Being a converted (pitcher), it's impressive how fast he has come on," Bochy said. "He earned the promotion with the way he was throwing in Sacramento."

Last Updated: 8/25/2019 10:26:03 AM EST

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