San Francisco Giants versus New York Mets Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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The National League Wildcard game from the Major League Baseball playoffs will feature the New York Mets hosting the San Francisco Giants. The Mets and Giants get things started from New York at 8PM Eastern Time on Wednesday October 5th and ESPN TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the game lined at a pick with both the San Francisco Giants and New York Mets returning -110 odds with the total lined at six runs.

Starting for the visiting San Francisco Giants will be left hander Madison Bumgarner as he opposes Mets righty Noah Syndergaard.

The teams enter the post season with identical 87-75 records on the campaign. The teams met seven times during the regular season with New York winning four of the games. That is the reason why the Mets have home field advantage in this NL Wildcard game. San Francisco failed to capture the NL West crown despite a sizable lead over the LA Dodgers with a collapse following the All Star Break. The Giants needed to rally as they closed the season with five wins in their final six games to beat the St Louis Cardinals by one game in the standings to earn the final NL wildcard spot. Despite all their problems the Giants still finished with the fourth best Team ERA and WHIP in all of Major League Baseball. The Mets were struck by major injuries to their starting rotation and could not surpass the Washington Nationals in the division. Written off as dead by many media pundits the Mets found some offensive punch as the team finished fifth best in MLB in home runs by hitting 218 on the season. They still were able to finish third best in Team ERA at 3.58. Bumgarner was winless in four straight starts until September 30th where he allowed three earned runs over 7 1/3rd innings of work in a 9-3 home victory to the LA Dodgers. Syndergaard has allowed one earned run or fewer in five of his past seven starts.

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