San Francisco Giants versus Detroit Tigers Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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ESPN Sunday Night Baseball will feature two playoff contenders from opposite leagues as the San Francisco Giants will conclude an interleague series against the Detroit Tigers. The Giants and Tigers will get things going from Detroit at 8PM Eastern Time on Sunday September 7th and ESPN TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The scheduled starters for the series finale will feature San Francisco Giants right hander Tim Hudson hitting the mound as he will oppose Tigers left hander Kyle Lobstein. Hudson has put together a nice season with the Giants although he has had issues with run support. The Giants right hander enters the game with a record of 9-9 in his 172 2/3rd innings of work with an ERA of just 3.08. He drew a tough place to pitch last time in Colorado where Hudson gave up five earned runs and seven hits as he earned a no decision in the game. The Tigers starter Kyle Lobstein is a 24 year old left hander who is making his third start with the big club. Lobstein spent most of the year with the Tigers Triple “A” club Toledo where he compiled a record of 9-11 with an ERA of 4.07 in 25 starts. On the year with the big club Lobstein is 0-0 with an ERA of 3.18. He posted no decision in both starts allowing no more than two earned runs in starts at Cleveland and home to the New York Yankees. Entering play in this series the San Francisco Giants had gained ground in the NL West as they have sliced a Dodgers lead of 6 games down to two games. They have won seven of their past nine games as they opened up this interleague series on Friday night. Detroit is in the heat of a pennant race as the club sits two games in the loss column behind the Kansas City Royals in the AL Central division. Detroit opened up this home stand after winning five of eight games on the road at the White Sox and Indians.

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