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MLB : ATS Matchup

SAN FRANCISCO (38 - 23) at WASHINGTON (25 - 33)
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Thursday, 6/10/2021 7:05 PM
Board OpeningLatest
957SAN FRANCISCO+150Ov 7,-105+165Ov 7.5,-125
958WASHINGTON-160Un 7,-115-175Un 7.5,+105
SAN FRANCISCO - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games38-23+16.830-294.90.2350.3180.4200.7383.60.2180.2770.3590.636
Road Games20-14+8.817-165.30.2360.3110.4400.7513.70.2330.2960.3720.668
vs Right-handed Starters27-15+12.520-205.00.2430.3250.4380.7633.50.2270.2850.3650.649
Past 7 Games4-3+0.44-35.00.2620.3420.4510.7944.30.1830.2430.3280.570
Grass Games35-21+15.829-264.90.2340.3210.4210.7423.70.2140.2750.3590.633
Night Games21-16+3.519-164.60.2290.3070.4180.7253.70.2200.2840.3750.658
SAN FRANCISCO - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.90.2350.318612005471868900.4202812445892539943293425
Road Games5.30.2360.311341170276465610.4401691283481422023161915
Righty Starters5.00.2430.325421385336616660.4381981694001527533212120
SAN FRANCISCO - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.551.165210.310283171317420412-11231265.7%
Road Games4.371.291119.3675810420501198-9121054.5%

WASHINGTON - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games25-33-820-373.90.2460.3090.3850.6944.40.2320.3080.4010.709
Home Games13-15-5.28-203.40.2440.3100.3730.6834.00.2270.3000.3980.698
vs Right-handed Starters18-25-8.212-303.50.2370.2990.3680.6674.20.2320.3070.3950.702
Past 7 Games3-4-0.12-53.70.2070.2850.3540.6405.10.2180.3040.3710.675
Grass Games22-31-9.417-353.60.2410.3030.3740.6774.40.2330.3080.4040.712
Night Games14-18-4.114-184.20.2510.3110.4020.7135.10.2500.3260.4320.758
WASHINGTON - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games3.90.2460.309581926474845580.3852161755052641835323328
Home Games3.40.2440.31028877214402230.37391842231619818181912
Righty Starters3.50.2370.299431411334615380.3681441263651930228232913
WASHINGTON - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.081.296200.710491171268921611-911664.7%
Home Games3.591.21795.3403872944876-35271.4%
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
5/27/2021WOOD(L)@ LA DODGERSPRICE(L)3-4L1108 unU320630
5/28/2021DESCLAFANI(R)@ LA DODGERSBUEHLER(R)8-5W1877.5 unO6518120
5/29/2021WEBB(R)@ LA DODGERSURIAS(L)11-6W1807.5 ovO16102871
5/30/2021GAUSMAN(R)@ LA DODGERSKERSHAW(L)5-4W1557 unO882540
5/31/2021CUETO(R)LA ANGELSBUNDY(R)6-1W-1508 unU770661
6/1/2021WOOD(L)LA ANGELSHEANEY(L)1-8L-1457 evO650850
6/3/2021DESCLAFANI(R)CHICAGO CUBSDAVIES(R)7-2W-1208 ovO1180521
6/4/2021KAZMIR(L)CHICAGO CUBSARRIETA(R)8-5W-1108.5 evO1071541
6/5/2021GAUSMAN(R)CHICAGO CUBSSTEWART(R)4-3W-1557.5 unU983330
6/6/2021CUETO(R)CHICAGO CUBSHENDRICKS(R)3-4L+1008 unU971860
6/8/2021WOOD(L)@ TEXASLYLES(R)9-4W-1408.5 ovO1280852
6/9/2021LITTELL(R)@ TEXASGIBSON(R)3-4L-1107.5 evU560540

 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
5/27/2021STRASBURG(R)CINCINNATIGRAY(R)0-3L-1256.5 unU231660
5/29/2021CORBIN(L)MILWAUKEEPERALTA(R)1-4L+1055.5 unU430410
5/29/2021LESTER(L)MILWAUKEEANDERSON(L)2-6L-1256.5 unO81121282
5/30/2021SCHERZER(R)MILWAUKEEWOODRUFF(R)0-3L-1156 ovU350450
5/31/2021ROSS(R)@ ATLANTAMORTON(R)3-5L1828.5 ovU770662
6/1/2021STRASBURG(R)@ ATLANTAFRIED(L)11-6W1259 unO1471880
6/2/2021LESTER(L)@ ATLANTASMYLY(L)5-3W14010 unU961771
6/3/2021CORBIN(L)@ ATLANTADAVIDSON(L)1-5L12010 evU481751
6/4/2021SCHERZER(R)@ PHILADELPHIAWHEELER(R)2-1W-1107 unU640640
6/5/2021ROSS(R)@ PHILADELPHIAHOWARD(R)2-5L11010 ovU4101643
6/6/2021VOTH(R)@ PHILADELPHIAVELASQUEZ(R)6-12L1109.5 ovO1081941
6/8/2021LESTER(L)@ TAMPA BAYGLASNOW(R)1-3L2057.5 unU6717121
6/9/2021CORBIN(L)@ TAMPA BAYMCCLANAHAN(L)9-7W1557.5 evO10818101
SAN FRANCISCO: He's Here: C Buster Posey, LHP Alex Wood, RHP Anthony DeSclafani, RHP Aaron Sanchez, 2B Tommy La Stella, OF LaMonte Wade, LHP Jose Alvarez, RHP Dedniel Nunez, LHP Scott Kazmir, C Curt Casali.
He's Outta Here: RHP Trevor Cahill, LHP Drew Smyly, LHP Tony Watson, RHP Sam Coonrod, LHP Andrew Suarez, RHP Shaun Anderson.
Projected Lineup: 3B Tommy La Stella (.281, 5 HRs, 25 RBIs with Angels and Athletics), RF Mike Yastrzemski (.297, 10, 35), 2B Donovan Solano (.326, 3, 29), LF Alex Dickerson (.298, 10, 27), C Buster Posey (sat out last season; .257, 7, 38 in 2019), 1B Brandon Belt (.309, 9, 30), SS Brandon Crawford (.256, 8, 28), CF Mauricio Dubon (.274, 4, 19).
Rotation: RH Kevin Gausman (3-3, 2.62 ERA), RH Johnny Cueto (2-3, 5.40), RH Anthony DeSclafani (1-2, 7.22 for Reds), RH Aaron Sanchez (5-14, 5.89 in 2019 for Blue Jays and Astros), LH Alex Wood (0-1, 6.39 for Dodgers).
Key Relievers: LH Jake McGee (3-1, 2.66), RH Matt Wisler (0-1, 1.07, 1 save), LH Jarlin Garcia (2-1, 0.49), LH Jose Alvarez (0-0, 1.42), RH Tyler Rogers (3-3, 4.50, 3 saves), RH Reyes Moronta (3-7, 2.86 in 2019), RH Dedniel Nunez (5-4, 4.39 at Class A in 2019 for Mets organization).
Outlook: The Giants finished one game out of a spot in the expanded playoffs during Kapler's first season after replacing Bruce Bochy, who retired. The offense took a major step forward by scoring 4.98 runs per game, most for the Giants since Barry Bonds' final MVP season in 2004. Alterations to their stadium led to a big scoring spree, with the Giants increasing their output by 2.1 runs per game at home. San Francisco didn't make any major moves this offseason but will get Posey back behind the plate after he opted out of the 2020 season. The Giants hope the time off has helped Posey heal from injuries and regain the power stroke that was missing from 2018-19. San Francisco re-signed Gausman after a solid 2020 season and added Wood, DeSclafani and Sanchez to bolster the rotation. La Stella provides an upgrade as a utility player who should get time at third and second base. But the Giants have a lot of work ahead to catch the Padres and Dodgers in the NL West. The Giants were still waiting for approval from the city for fans but hope to be able to begin the season with 20% capacity.
WASHINGTON: He's Here: 1B Josh Bell, LF Kyle Schwarber, LHP Brad Hand, LHP Jon Lester, C Alex Avila, C Welington Castillo, OF Gerardo Parra, LHP Sam Clay, 1B Ryan Zimmerman, RHP Joe Ross.
He's Outta Here: INF Howie Kendrick, RF Adam Eaton, RHP An'bal S'nchez, LHP Sean Doolittle, C Kurt Suzuki, CF Michael A. Taylor, 1B Eric Thames, INF Wilmer Difo, RHP Wil Crowe, RHP James Bourque, LHP Roenis El'as.
Projected Lineup: CF Victor Robles (.220, 3 HRs, 15 RBIs), RF Juan Soto (.351, 13, 37, 1.185 OPS), SS Trea Turner (.335, 12, 41, 12 SBs), 1B Josh Bell (.226, 8, 22 with Pirates), LF Kyle Schwarber (.188, 11, 24 with Cubs), 2B Starlin Castro (.267, 2, 4 in 16 games), C Yan Gomes (.284, 4, 13), 3B Carter Kieboom (.202, 0, 9).
Rotation: RH Max Scherzer (5-4, 3.74 ERA, 92 Ks, 67 1/3 innings), LH Patrick Corbin (2-7, 4.66), RH Stephen Strasburg (season-ending surgery after 5 innings in 2020; 18-6, 3.32 in 2019), LH Jon Lester (3-3, 5.16 with Cubs), RH Joe Ross (opted out in 2020; 4-4, 5.48 in 2019).
Key Relievers: LH Brad Hand (2-1, 2.05, AL-leading 16/16 saves with Indians), RH Daniel Hudson (3-2, 6.10, 10/15 saves), RH Will Harris (0-1, 3.06, 1 save), RH Tanner Rainey (1-1, 2.66), RH Wander Suero (2-0, 3.80).
Outlook: After a big step back from World Series champions in 2019 to tied for last place in the NL East in pandemic-shortened 2020, a lot of familiar faces are gone, and the Nationals are counting on their potentially best-in-baseball starting staff ' if healthy ' and a beefed up batting order to get them back to the postseason. The offense revolves around reigning NL batting champ Soto and Turner, both of whom Washington would love to sign to long-term deals, and the hope is the additions of ' and bounce-backs by ' Bell (via trade) and Schwarber (free agency) will offer help to the two holdover stars. Scherzer is entering the final season of his seven-year, $210 million deal and turns 37 in July, but still seems capable of the sort of form that earned three Cy Young Awards. Strasburg, the 2019 World Series MVP, will try to rebound after right wrist surgery; Lester is hoping the removal of a parathyroid gland in March will alleviate the sluggishness he felt in his last season with the Cubs. Hand helps the back end of a bullpen that already included a trio of potential closers in Hudson, Harris and Rainey. A big question mark is Kieboom, a first-round draft pick who has struggled at the plate in limited opportunities in the majors. Another is whether Robles can get on base enough to bat leadoff. Zimmerman, who transitions to a bench player and pinch hitter at age 36, and likely fifth starter Ross return after opting out of 2020 because of COVID-19 concerns. The D.C. city government cleared the way for 5,000 fans per game at Nationals Park; the team is hoping that number can increase at some point.

Last Updated: 8/3/2021 4:08:34 AM EST

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