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Seattle Mariners vs. San Francisco Giants Prediction and Betting Odds

Seattle Mariners vs. San Francisco Giants Prediction and Betting Odds. The 28-35 Seattle Mariners are set to take on the 34-30 San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park, San Francisco, California tonight June 15, 2015, first pitch is scheduled 10:15 PM

Wagering Odds

Moneylines: Mariners +110 / Giants -130
O/U: 7 runs

Pitching Match Up
Seattle: Taijuan Walker (3-6, 5.40 ERA)
San Francisco: Tim Hudson (4-5, 4.60 ERA)

In their last games: The Giants lost to the Arizona Diamondbacks 4-0 and the Mariners lost to the Houston Astros 13-0.

The Mariners go into San Francisco for the first game of a 2 game series. The 3-6 Taijuan Walker goes for the Mariners and the 4-5 Tim Hudson goes for the Giants. The Giants open at -130 with a line witting at 7 runs. The Giants are coming being swept by the Arizona Diamondbacks and they have lost 4 straight overall. They are in 2nd place in the NL West 3.5 games back of the L.A. Dodgers. San Francisco ranks 16th in runs scored and in being swept by the Diamondbacks they only scored 2 runs in 3 games and were shut out twice. The pitching is the strength of the team ranking 10th in team ERA. The Mariners have lost 3 of their last 4 games and are in 4th place in the AL West 7.5 games back of the Houston Astros. Their pitching has been decent this season ranking 15th in team ERA, but their offense only ranks 29th in runs scored.

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Here are some additional handicapping angles to ponder:

The Mariners are 8-2 in their last 10 games against the Giants.

In the last 7 games between these 2 teams the total has gone Under 5 times.

This season the Giants are 16-17 at home and the Mariners are 15-16 on the road.

STRAIGHT UP / OVER/UNDER / RUN LINE RECORDS

Seattle Mariners: 28-35 SU / O/U 27-35 / Run Line W/L 22-41
San Francisco Giants: 34-30 SU / O/U 31-29 / Run Line W/L 34-30

Seattle at San Francisco Key Betting Trends

• SEA is 4-11 in their last 15 overall.
• SEA is 1-4 in their last 5 interleague games.
• SEA has an Over record of 4-1 in their last 5 road games.
• SF is 5-1 in their last 6 interleague games.
• SF is 0-4 in their last 4 overall.
• SF has an Under record of 3-0-1 in their last 4 home games.

Key Player Injuries

MARINERS
[1B] 06/14/2015 – Mark Trumbo “?” Monday vs. San Francisco Giants ( Back )
[P] 06/04/2015 – David Rollins 80-game suspension, eligible to return 7/4 vs. Oakland ( Suspension )
[P] 05/29/2015 – James Paxton 15-day DL (5/29) ( Finger )
[P] 04/25/2015 – Hisashi Iwakuma 15-day DL (4/21) ( Back )

GIANTS
[P] 04/18/2015 – Jake Peavy 15-day DL (4/18) ( Back )
[P] 04/08/2015 – Matt Cain 15-day DL (4/4) ( Elbow )
[LF] 06/11/2015 – Gregor Blanco 7-day DL (6/9) ( Concussion )
[RF] 06/12/2015 – Hunter Pence 15-day DL (6/3) ( Wrist )
[P] 06/06/2015 – Jean Machi 15-day DL (6/5) ( Groin )

Free MLB Pick

The Giants have lost 8 straight home games and have not lost 9 straight at home since they moved to San Francisco. They have been shut out in 3 of their last 4 games and in their 4-game skid they are bating .168 as a team. They turn to Tim Hudson to help break the streak and in his last outing he gave up 4 earned runs in 5 innings, but the offense helped him out in the 8-4 win over the New York Mets. This season he is 3-4 with a 3.83 ERA in 7 home starts and the Giants are 8-2 in their last 10 home games with him on the hill facing a team that has a losing record. Taijuan Walker had a solid last outing giving up 1 earned run in 6 innings in a 9-3 win over the Cleveland Indians. He is 2-1 with a 1.64 ERA in his last 3 starts, but Seattle is only 2-6 in Walker’s last 8 starts as a road underdog.

The Giants will not snap their losing streak tonight, as Walker will have another good start and the Mariners will take the first game of this interleague series.

Take the MARINERS

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