San Francisco Giants versus LA Dodgers Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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The San Francisco Giants will look for the series sweep as they face the LA Dodgers in a Major League Baseball game scheduled for Sunday Night. The Giants and Dodgers will get things started from Dodger Stadium at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPN2 will deliver the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, with the best bonuses anywhere have the LA Dodgers the -150 wagering odds favorite with the return on the road underdog San Francisco Giants at +135 odds. The run total is lined at 6 ½ runs.

In the first two games of this series it has been all San Francisco. The Giants spoiled the home opener for the Dodgers by posting the 8-4 victory. San Fran was able to push across six runs in the first inning and then added two more in the top half of the first to make it 8-0 and depress the sold out opening day crowd at Dodger Stadium. On Saturday the Giants made it two in a row against LA as they win 7-2 behind 6 1/3rd innings of work by left hander Madison Bumgarner. LA pitching was another victim of a big inning as the Giants push across four runs in the fifth inning and sent left hander Paul Maholm the LA starter to the shower early. With a lefty throwing the Dodgers sat outfielders Carl Crawford and Andre Eithier. The LA outfield is crowded and there is tension building on the ball club due to the platooning. The pitching matchup for the series finale will feature right hander Matt Cain for San Francisco as he will oppose right hander Zach Greinke for the Dodgers. Greinke is 1-0 on the year as he gave up two earned runs and two hits over five innings in a win at San Diego on Tuesday. Cain had a no decision in his first start for San Francisco this season. On Tuesday he worked five innings at Arizona and allowed two earned runs and seven hits while walking two batters.

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