If there is one team in the National League that has not had a lot of success at AT&T Park, it is the San Diego Padres, the club that also made some of the boldest moves in the off-season to improve their situation and the West division. Well, the Padres are in that same old situation again, with a record under the .500 mark and looking up at the leaders. One of those leaders is the San Francisco Giants, who have not had a terrific amount of luck at their home park lately. In fact, San Diego can clinch a win a series in the Bay Area for only the second time in 14 tries if they can beat the MLB odds on Wednesday night. BetAnySports customers can try that too, as they wager on the side, total and various props through the facilities of Live Betting Extra, doing so while the game is actually in progress.
The Giants, the defending World Series champions, carry a record of 38-34 into this game, which is good for second place in the NL West, a game behind the Los Angeles Dodgers. They lost the last game of a three-game series at Dodger Stadium on Sunday, then after a day off, they were beaten by the Padres 3-2 in 11 innings on Tuesday.
San Diego actually gained a game and a half between Sunday and Tuesday, placing them 4.5 games behind the Dodgers. They have a respectable 19-19 record on the road this season.
In the MLB odds that have been posted on this game by the people at t BetAnySports, the Giants are slightly favored:
San Francisco Giants (Vogelsong) -121
San Diego Padres (Kennedy) +111
Under 7 runs -115
Over 7 runs -105
Ian Kennedy has not had such a terrific season overall, as his ERA was over the 7.00 mark in his first eight starts, but his effort has been pretty impressive lately. After getting beat up by the Pittsburgh Pirates for seven runs in only 3 2/3 innings on May 28, the former 20-game-winner has come back strong, allowing just seven earned runs in his last 24 innings. The stat line on his last two starts is very similar, as he gave up one run on four hits to the Dodgers and the Oakland Athletics, striking out four and walking one. At the moment he is 4-5 with a 5.43 ERA.
BetAnySports customers know that Ryan Vogelsong’s numbers show a better performance than his 5-5 record and 4.38 ERA, at least when he is pitching at home. And when he is going up against the Padres, he has been extremely effective, with a 2.01 ERA the last five times he is faced San Diego at AT&T Park. However, be cautioned that the Giants have lost 10 out of their last 11 home games, and inexplicably, they have averaged only 2.3 runs during that period. On Wednesday they will have to count on people like Buster Posey, who has gone 15-37 lifetime against Kennedy.
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