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St. Louis Cardinals vs. San Francisco Giants Moneyline Pick

Time: 10:15 PM EST Tuesday July 1, 2014

Location: AT&T Park, San Francisco, California

The San Francisco Giants host the St. Louis Cardinals in a National League match up.

In their last games: The Giants lost to the Cincinnati Reds 4-0 and the Cardinals lost to the L.A. Dodgers 6-0.

In their loss to the Reds the Giants’ offense sputtered only getting 3 hits and not scoring any runs.

In their loss to the Dodgers’ the Cardinals struck out 13 times and were shut out on 6 hits.

The Giants are 3-1 facing the Cardinals this season.

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Here are some additional handicapping angles to ponder:

In the last 8 games between these 2 teams in San Francisco the total has gone Over 7 times.

The Giants are 6-2 in Tim Lincecum’s last 8 starts against the Cardinals.

The Giants are 4-1 in their last 5 games against the Cardinals.

Pitching Match Up
St. Louis Cardinals: Marco Gonzales (0-0, 9.00 ERA)
San Francisco Giants: Tim Lincecum (6-5, 4.42 ERA)

Betting Odds

Money Line: Cardinals +104 / Giants -114
Run Line: San Francisco -1.5 +180
Total Line: 7.5 Under -115

Straight up and Against the Point Spread Records
St. Louis Cardinals: 44-39 SU / O/U 32-44 / Run Line W/L 38-45
San Francisco Giants: 46-36 SU / O/U 41-38 / Run Line W/L 40-42

Key Betting Trends
• STL is 4-1 in their last 5 road games vs. a team with a winning home record.
• STL is 36-17 in their last 53 games following a loss.
• STL has an Under record of 18-5-3 in their last 26 overall.
• SF is 0-4 in their last 4 overall.
• SF is 2-12 in their last 14 home games.
• SF has an Over record of 11-5 in their last 16 home games.

Key Player Injuries

CARDINALS
Michael Wacha SP D.L. Jun 22 elbow Status uncertain
Jaime Garcia SP D.L. Jun 22 shoulder Status uncertain
Kolten Wong 2B D.L. Jun 21 shoulder Early July?
Kevin Siegrist RP D.L. May 24 arm Out indefinitely
Joe Kelly SP D.L. Apr 17 hamstring Early July

GIANTS
Angel Pagan OF D.L. Jun 25 back July 1
Ehire Adrianza 2B D.L. Jun 23 hamstring Out indefinitely
Brandon Belt 1B D.L. May 10 thumb July 4?
Marco Scutaro 2B D.L. Mar 29 back Out indefinitely

Moneyline Pick:

Sure the Giants have faced some tough pitchers over their 7 last games, but 12 runs over that span is poor no matter how you spin it. Young left hander Marco Gonzales had one bad inning in his MLB debut in Colorado a tough place to pitch and did have some nice numbers in the minors. The Cardinals haven’t been tiring out the scorekeepers themselves with 4 runs in their last 4 against a slew of good starters the Dodgers threw at them. Lincecum is coming off of a no hitter which is usually a good fade angle and he has been awful in his last 3 versus the Cards with a 7.12 ERA although he hasn’t faced them since last 2012. This is a classic anti square play. Take St. Louis +104.

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