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MLB : Run Line Matchup
Tuesday 5/4/2021Line$ LineOU LineScore
+1.5  -110

-1.5  -110



PITTSBURGH (12 - 16) at SAN DIEGO (17 - 13)
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Tuesday, 5/4/2021 10:10 PM
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 Run LineRun Line
914SAN DIEGO-1.5,-110-1.5,-110
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PITTSBURGH - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games12-16+2.311-153.60.2230.2980.3470.6454.60.2320.3070.4060.713
Road Games7-9+1.94-103.20.2020.2700.3390.6094.50.2200.2900.4070.698
vs Left-handed Starters1-4-1.83-13.20.2000.2710.3030.5747.20.3040.3910.4760.867
Past 7 Games2-5-2.43-43.10.2210.2990.3140.6135.10.2330.3090.3860.695
Grass Games12-16+2.311-153.60.2230.2980.3470.6454.60.2320.3070.4060.713
Night Games6-9-0.27-73.50.2120.2920.3280.6205.00.2510.3250.3940.719
PITTSBURGH - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games3.60.2230.29828914204473200.3479897243919811171118
Road Games3.20.2020.27016519105222150.3395148138710061086
Lefty Starters3.20.2000.2715165338030.3031616330381444
PITTSBURGH - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.691.099107.450448212361136-24180%
Road Games4.021.07156262543817694-13175%

SAN DIEGO - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games17-13-1.512-183.90.2310.3130.3600.6723.40.1990.2670.3400.608
Home Games8-9-4.94-133.10.2140.3000.3210.6213.40.1850.2560.3410.597
vs Right-handed Starters13-11-310-143.90.2340.3140.3600.6743.70.2020.2730.3450.618
Past 7 Games5-2+1.94-34.70.2320.3060.3520.6583.70.1870.2810.3350.616
Grass Games16-12-1.111-173.70.2280.3120.3530.6653.40.1980.2690.3380.606
Night Games12-9+0.28-133.90.2340.3170.3530.6713.20.2000.2550.3320.587
SAN DIEGO - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games3.90.2310.31330993229353290.3601111192503322015271815
Home Games3.10.2140.30017546117182120.321526714612130917127
Righty Starters3.90.2340.31424808189292230.36087942013118211251612
SAN DIEGO - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games2.891.1151315142102174416210-612475%
Home Games2.320.97773.72719491123965-47277.8%
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
4/21/2021ANDERSON(L)@ DETROITFULMER(R)3-2W1206 ovU770330
4/21/2021YAJURE(R)@ DETROITTURNBULL(R)2-5L1108 ovU330720
4/22/2021KELLER(R)@ DETROITURENA(R)4-2W1058.5 unU960970
4/23/2021BRUBAKER(R)@ MINNESOTAHAPP(L)0-2L1458 unU140520
4/24/2021CAHILL(R)@ MINNESOTAPINEDA(R)6-2W1908 unP751342
4/25/2021CROWE(R)@ MINNESOTASHOEMAKER(R)6-2W1758.5 ovU1260770
4/27/2021ANDERSON(L)KANSAS CITYJUNIS(R)2-1W-1157.5 ovU860450
4/28/2021KELLER(R)KANSAS CITYMINOR(L)6-9L+1108 ovO8911291
4/30/2021BRUBAKER(R)ST LOUISGANT(R)3-7L-1157.5 ovO4811061
5/1/2021CAHILL(R)ST LOUISFLAHERTY(R)5-12L+1407.5 unO9621580
5/2/2021CROWE(R)ST LOUISMARTINEZ(R)0-3L+1208.5 ovU561470
5/3/2021ANDERSON(L)@ SAN DIEGODIAZ(R)0-2L1658 ovU471341

SAN DIEGO - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
4/20/2021PADDACK(R)MILWAUKEEBURNES(R)0-6L+1006.5 ovU6811061
4/21/2021LAMET(R)MILWAUKEEHOUSER(R)2-4L-1857.5 unU7111790
4/22/2021WEATHERS(L)@ LA DODGERSBUEHLER(R)3-2W1557.5 ovU730680
4/23/2021DARVISH(R)@ LA DODGERSKERSHAW(L)6-1W1356.5 ovO840462
4/24/2021SNELL(L)@ LA DODGERSBAUER(R)4-5L1357 unO87212101
4/25/2021MUSGROVE(R)@ LA DODGERSMAY(R)8-7W1157.5 unO1111110181
4/27/2021PADDACK(R)@ ARIZONAKELLY(R)1-5L-1459 ovU451720
4/28/2021WEATHERS(L)@ ARIZONASMITH(R)12-3W-1459 ovO1561752
4/30/2021DARVISH(R)SAN FRANCISCOWEBB(R)3-2W-1907.5 unU781581
5/2/2021MUSGROVE(R)SAN FRANCISCOGAUSMAN(R)1-7L-1806.5 unO881550
5/3/2021DIAZ(R)PITTSBURGHANDERSON(L)2-0W-1758 ovU341471
5/11/2021()@ COLORADO() 
PITTSBURGH: He's Here: INF Todd Frazier, RHP Trevor Cahill, RHP David Bednar, RHP Wil Crowe, RHP Sean Poppen, RHP Miguel Yajure, C Michael Perez, INF Wilmer Difo, LHP Chasen Shreve, C Tony Wolters, OF Brian Goodwin, OF Dustin Fowler.
He's Outta Here: RHP Jameson Taillon, RHP Joe Musgrove, RHP Trevor Williams, 1B Josh Bell, RHP Keone Kela, INF/OF Jose Osuna, LHP Derek Holland, LHP Nik Turley, RHP Dovydas Neverauskas, RHP Nick Burdi.
Projected Lineup: 2B Adam Frazier (.230, 7 HRs, 23 RBIs), LF Bryan Reynolds (.189, 7, 19, 5 OF assists), 3B Ke'Bryan Hayes (.376, 5, 11 in 24 games), 1B Colin Moran (.247, 10, 23, 10 2Bs), RF Gregory Polanco (.153, 7, 22), C Jacob Stallings (.248, 3, 18), SS Kevin Newman (.224, 1, 10) or Erik Gonzalez (.227, 3, 20) or Cole Tucker (.220, 1, 8), CF Brian Goodwin (.215, 6, 22 with Reds and Angels) or Dustin Fowler (.224, 6, 23 with Oakland in 2018).
Rotation: RH Mitch Keller (1-1, 2.91 ERA in 5 starts), LH Steven Brault (1-3, 3.38), RH Chad Kuhl (2-3, 4.27), LH Tyler Anderson (4-3, 4.37 with Giants), JT Brubaker (1-3, 4.94) or Wil Crowe (0-1, 1.35 in 3 games with Washington).
Key Relievers: RH Richard Rodriguez (3-2, 2.70, 4/5 saves), RH Kyle Crick (0-1, 1.59), RH Michael Feliz (0-0, 32.40 in 3 games), LH Sam Howard (2-3, 3.86), RH Chris Stratton (2-1, 3.90), RH Duane Underwood (1-0, 7.36 with Cubs), RH Cody Ponce (1-1, 3.18), LH Chasen Shreve (1-0, 3.96 with Mets), RH Trevor Cahill (1-2, 3.24 with Giants).
Outlook: The Pirates are in the midst of a massive reset as general manager Ben Cherington enters his second season on the job. Gone are familiar faces like Taillon and Bell, among others, their departures via trade part of a plan dedicated to stockpiling prospects in the hope that enough pan out down the road to return Pittsburgh to contention. While the future looks (sorta) bright, the present figures to be bumpy. The Pirates finished with the worst record in the majors in 2020 and head into 2021 with a roster that has even less major league experience. Hayes was even better than advertised during his September call-up and finished sixth in NL Rookie of the Year voting. He and Keller are the linchpins whose individual development this season could be far more important than anything that happens in the win/loss column. Bounce-back seasons from Reynolds and Polanco (likely in his final months with the team) would help the offense, but even in a division that might be the worst in the NL if not the majors, expectations are really, really low. Fans will be allowed back at PNC Park this spring, but given the lack of buzz in general the Pirates may be hard-pressed to even fill those seats after the initial 'we're glad baseball is back' crowd gets its fix.
SAN DIEGO: He's Here: RHP Yu Darvish, LHP Blake Snell, RHP Joe Musgrove, RHP Mark Melancon, 2B Kim Ha-seong, C Victor Caratini, RHP Keone Kela, INF/OF Brian O'Grady.
He's Outta Here: RHP Kirby Yates, INF Greg Garcia, C Jason Castro, RHP Garrett Richards, 1B Mitch Moreland, RHP Luis Perdomo.
Projected Lineup: CF Trent Grisham (.251, 10 HRs, 26 RBIs), SS Fernando Tatis Jr. (.277, 17, 45), 3B Manny Machado (.304, 16, 47), 1B Eric Hosmer (.287, 9, 36), LF Tommy Pham (.211, 3, 12 in 31 games), RF Wil Myers (.288, 15, 40), 2B Jake Cronenworth (.285, 4, 20), C Austin Nola (.273, 7, 28 with Seattle and San Diego) or Victor Caratini (.241, 1, 16 with Cubs).
Rotation: RH Yu Darvish (8-3, 2.01 ERA with Cubs), LH Blake Snell (4-2, 3.24 with Rays), RH Joe Musgrove (1-5, 3.86 with Pirates), RH Chris Paddack (4-5, 4.73), LH Adrian Morejon (2-2, 4.66).
Key Relievers: LH Drew Pomeranz (1-0, 1.45, 4 saves) RH Emilio Pag'n (0-1, 4.50, 2 saves), RH Mark Melancon (2-1, 2.78, 11 saves with Atlanta), RH Keone Kela (0-0, 4.50 in 3 games with Pittsburgh), RH Pierce Johnson (3-1, 2.70), RH Dan Altavilla (2-3, 5.75, 1 save with Seattle and San Diego), RH Craig Stammen (4-2, 5.63), RH Tim Hill (3-0, 4.50), RH Austin Adams (0-0, 4.50 in 3 games).
Outlook: This will be one of the most-anticipated seasons in San Diego history. Anchored by a star-studded infield featuring Tatis and Machado, the Padres ended a 13-year playoff drought and won a first-round series against St. Louis last season before being swept out of the Division Series by the rival Dodgers, who went on to win the World Series. The electrifying Tatis signed the longest contract in MLB history during spring training, a 14-year, $340 million deal. Tatis has hit full-blown superstar status on and off the field, including being selected as the cover athlete for the video game MLB The Show 21. The cover shows Tatis doing a bat flip after one of his two homers in Game 2 against the Cardinals. At 22, he's the youngest player chosen for the cover. After running out of starting pitching in the playoffs and then losing Mike Clevinger to Tommy John surgery, general manager A.J. Preller quickly rebuilt the rotation with a flurry of blockbuster trades after Christmas that landed Darvish, Snell and local product Musgrove. It doesn't appear Dinelson Lamet, who missed the playoffs with an arm injury, will be ready for the start of the season. He finished fourth in NL Cy Young Award voting. Last year's opening day starter, Paddack, is looking for a bounce-back season. Fans will be eager to see how Kim, a slugger from South Korea, fits into the mix at second base, where Cronenworth played well enough to tie for second in NL Rookie of the Year balloting. The Padres hadn't settled on a closer yet. Among the candidates were Pomeranz, Pag'n, Melancon and Kela. Pham was stabbed during an altercation in a strip club parking lot in mid-October and required 200 stitches. San Diego re-signed Jurickson Profar, who played five positions last season.

Last Updated: 6/19/2021 6:29:59 PM EST

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