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MLB : ATS Matchup
Monday 8/20/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
+1.5  -190

-1.5  +165



SAN FRANCISCO (61 - 64) at NY METS (54 - 69)
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Monday, 8/20/2018 7:10 PM
Board OpeningLatest
953SAN FRANCISCO+120Ov 8,-110+105Ov 7.5,+105
954NY METS-130Un 8,-110-115Un 7.5,-125
SAN FRANCISCO - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games61-64+456-644.00.2480.3070.3760.6834.40.2550.3190.3960.715
Road Games27-38-0.625-383.50.2380.2940.3580.6534.40.2550.3230.4060.729
vs Right-handed Starters37-38+1.332-404.30.2590.3190.3930.7124.70.2610.3200.4110.731
Past 7 Games3-4+0.11-52.90.2030.2280.2560.4844.30.2830.3480.4500.798
Grass Games61-64+456-644.00.2480.3070.3760.6834.40.2550.3190.3960.715
Night Games36-46-7.933-443.60.2350.2970.3510.6484.20.2490.3100.3990.709
SAN FRANCISCO - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.00.2480.30712543151068189231070.3764723691091478861037512671
Road Games3.50.2380.294652277543898560.3582191806092546256476537
Righty Starters4.30.2590.31975259367212315650.3933042276462454365538735
SAN FRANCISCO - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.691.261453.72061864094116343627-20292355.8%
Road Games3.721.247227.710294205217920411-11161257.1%

NY METS - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games54-69-16.354-624.20.2360.3080.3800.6884.60.2560.3170.4060.723
Home Games24-37-1924-363.20.2140.2840.3350.6194.00.2390.2990.3770.676
vs Left-handed Starters13-17-513-164.40.2370.3030.3810.6854.50.2440.3060.4020.708
Past 7 Games4-3+2.14-38.90.3220.3750.5040.8794.40.2940.3330.5000.833
Grass Games53-68-16.853-614.20.2360.3070.3780.6854.60.2560.3170.4060.723
Night Games36-47-11.938-414.20.2400.3090.3820.6914.80.2590.3190.4120.731
NY METS - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.20.2360.3081234151981187231210.380500433106346837107689393
Home Games3.20.2140.2846119784247511470.3351951935272340542274350
Lefty Starters4.40.2370.303301033245525290.381127982821519728182034
NY METS - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.781.4264272392274266818338719-27301369.8%
Home Games4.261.311211.310110019234852079-1313572.2%
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
8/6/2018RODRIGUEZ(R)HOUSTONMORTON(R)1-3L+1307 evU450430
8/7/2018BUMGARNER(L)HOUSTONKEUCHEL(L)1-2L-1157 ovU470990
8/9/2018SUAREZ(L)PITTSBURGHNOVA(R)5-10L-1458 unO6431351
8/10/2018HOLLAND(L)PITTSBURGHHOLMES(R)13-10W-1208 unO161401790
8/11/2018BLACH(L)PITTSBURGHWILLIAMS(R)0-4L-1308.5 unU640630
8/12/2018RODRIGUEZ(R)PITTSBURGHMUSGROVE(R)4-3W-1057.5 ovU750432
8/13/2018BUMGARNER(L)@ LA DODGERSKERSHAW(L)5-2W1877 evP840881
8/14/2018SUAREZ(L)@ LA DODGERSWOOD(L)2-1W1858 evU660670
8/15/2018HOLLAND(L)@ LA DODGERSRYU(L)3-4L1658 unU65014170
8/17/2018KELLY(R)@ CINCINNATIDESCLAFANI(R)1-2L1059.5 unU8701190
8/18/2018BUMGARNER(L)@ CINCINNATIHARVEY(R)1-7L-1558.5 evU7811151
8/19/2018SUAREZ(L)@ CINCINNATICASTILLO(R)4-11L-1108.5 unO8511782
8/26/2018 TEXASCOLON(R) 
8/27/2018 ARIZONA  

NY METS - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
8/6/2018SYNDERGAARD(R)CINCINNATIBAILEY(R)6-4W-1657.5 ovO1690770
8/7/2018VARGAS(L)CINCINNATIROMANO(R)1-6L-1358.5 unU4701050
8/8/2018DEGROM(R)CINCINNATISTEPHENSON(R)8-0W-2107 unO8121761
8/10/2018WHEELER(R)@ MIAMIURENA(R)6-2W-1207.5 unO1381450
8/11/2018OSWALT(R)@ MIAMISTRAILY(R)3-4L-1058 ovU68011100
8/12/2018SYNDERGAARD(R)@ MIAMICHEN(L)4-3W-1707 evP5311091
8/13/2018DEGROM(R)@ NY YANKEESSEVERINO(R)8-5W1757 evO1591751
8/14/2018VARGAS(L)@ BALTIMORECASHNER(R)3-6L-1109.5 ovU7601171
8/15/2018WHEELER(R)@ BALTIMOREBUNDY(R)16-5W-1109 unO199012100
8/16/2018OSWALT(R)@ PHILADELPHIASUAREZ(L)24-4W1409.5 ovO251001074
8/16/2018MATZ(L)@ PHILADELPHIAEFLIN(R)6-9L1758.5 evO9911461
8/17/2018SYNDERGAARD(R)@ PHILADELPHIANOLA(R)2-4L1507.5 ovU660871
8/18/2018DEGROM(R)@ PHILADELPHIAARRIETA(R)3-1W-1057.5 ovU761742
8/19/2018VARGAS(L)@ PHILADELPHIAPIVETTA(R)8-2W1828.5 ovO1450860
8/27/2018 @ CHICAGO CUBS  
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.
NY METS: 2017 70-92, fourth place
MANAGER Mickey Callaway (first season)
ADDITIONS: 3B Todd Frazier, RF Jay Bruce, LHP Jason Vargas, 1B Adrian Gonzalez, RHP Anthony Swarzak, LHP Matt Purke, C Jose Lobaton
SUBTRACTIONS: Manager Terry Collins, LHP Josh Smoker, LHP Josh Edgin, RHP Chasen Bradford, OF Norichika Aoki, RHP Erik Goeddel, RHP Tyler Pill, LHP Tommy Milone, OF Travis Taijeron
OUTLOOK: Callaway had great success with Cleveland's arms, and the injury-plagued Mets are counting on his methods, along with new pitching coach Dave Eiland, to keep their talented but fragile rotation intact. New York also overhauled its medical department, hoping to keep star players on the field. Syndergaard and deGrom make for an imposing 1-2 punch. So if Harvey, Matz and Zack Wheeler -- even one or two of them -- can finally stay healthy and approach their initial big league form, the pitching staff could be terrific again after unraveling last year with a 5.01 ERA that ranked 28th in the majors. Vargas was signed to eat innings but will miss some time at the beginning of the season after surgery for a broken right (nonpitching) hand. All-Star outfielder Michael Conforto (27 HRs, .384 OBP, .939 OPS) is targeting a May 1 return from surgery for a dislocated left shoulder. His status is critical to a lineup that lacks speed and a natural leadoff hitter. Nimmo made strides last season and is a potential candidate for that role while platooning early with Juan Lagares to fill Conforto's spot in center field. After the Mets spent nearly $90 million to plug holes in free agency, it still might be a stretch to envision them seriously challenging star-studded Washington for NL East supremacy. But with better health in a soft division, they could certainly rejoin the wild-card hunt.
Slumping Giants hope to find offense vs. Mets

NEW YORK -- The New York Mets have come out on the other side of an epic offensive slump, albeit far too late to save their season. The San Francisco Giants are running out of time to avoid a similar fate.

The Giants will begin looking to make a last-ditch dash back into the playoff race Monday night, when they visit the Mets in the opener of a four-game series at Citi Field

Surging Mets right-hander Zack Wheeler (8-6, 3.75 ERA) will look to win his seventh straight start when he opposes his original organization. Left-hander Derek Holland (6-8, 3.83 ERA) is schedule to take the mound for the Giants.

The Mets and Giants spent the weekend traveling in different directions. New York capped a successful road trip Sunday with an 8-2 win over the Philadelphia Phillies in the Little League Classic in Williamsport, PA. San Francisco fell to the host Cincinnati Reds, 11-4, to complete a three-game series sweep at the hands of the Reds.

With the win, the Mets (54-69) completed a 7-4 road trip in which they won series against the Phillies and Miami Marlins, split with the Baltimore Orioles and won a makeup game against the New York Yankees.

The Mets scored a whopping 83 runs during the road trip, including 40 in consecutive wins over the Orioles and Phillies last Wednesday and Thursday. New York scored just 89 runs in 26 games in June, during which it went 5-21 to fall out of playoff contention.

Not coincidentally, the Mets played 16 games at home in June. They rank last in the majors with an average of 3.25 runs per home game but lead the National League by scoring 5.23 runs per game on the road.

"It's something that's a little puzzling, but it's something that is reality," Mets manager Mickey Callaway told reporters Sunday night regarding the vast difference in home/road splits. "And we've got to try and fix it."

The Giants (61-64) need to figure out what's ailing them everywhere if they are going to move off the fringes of playoff contention. San Francisco is 7 1/2 games behind in the National League wild-card race, where three teams -- the Phillies, Milwaukee Brewers and Colorado Rockies -- are tied for the two spots, and eight games behind the Arizona Diamondbacks in the NL West.

The Giants, who were outscored 20-6 in getting swept by the Reds, entered Sunday ranked next-to-last in the NL -- ahead of only the Miami Marlins -- this month in batting average (.229), slugging percentage (.306) and on-base percentage (.286). San Francisco is also ahead of only the Marlins with 57 runs in August.

"We've talked about it so many times, this offense just needs to get going," Giants manager Bruce Bochy told reporters Sunday afternoon. "They're better than this. It's frustrating, no question about it. We've got some good hitters up there, but right now, we're in a serious funk and we've had a hard time getting out of it."

Among those experiencing slumps are some of San Francisco's notable names.

Brandon Belt is 3-for-17 on the trip while Brandon Crawford has one hit in his last 18 at-bats and is 7-for-51 in his last 15 games. Evan Longoria has three hits in his last 28 at-bats and Buster Posey, who did not play Saturday has two hits in his last 19 at-bats.

Wheeler, who was selected by the Giants in the first round of the 2009 draft and dealt to the Mets in exchange for Carlos Beltran in July 2011, continued his breakout season last Wednesday, when he allowed one run over five innings and earned the win as New York routed the Orioles, 16-5. Wheeler has a 2.04 ERA with 37 strikeouts and eight walks over 39 2/3 innings during his winning streak, which dates back to July 14.

Holland didn't factor into the decision in his most recent start last Wednesday, when he gave up six hits and four walks but still managed to throw 4 2/3 scoreless innings as the Giants fell to the Los Angeles Dodgers, 4-3, in 12 innings.

Wheeler is 2-1 with a 4.15 ERA in four career starts against the Giants. Holland lost his lone career start and appearance against the Mets on June 26, 2011, when he allowed seven runs (three earned) over six innings as the Texas Rangers fell to New York, 8-5.

Last Updated: 7/7/2020 12:31:09 PM EST

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