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Philadelphia
vs
San Francisco
Today's Featured Sports Pick

Game Date:
08/08/2019
9:45pm EST

Lines:
Philadelphia +1.5
San Francisco -1.5

Total:
Over 7 (-110)
Under 7 (-110)

Community Picks: Philadelphia 48% vs San Francisco 52%

Philadelphia and San Francisco Thread

Team Tweets & News Articles
San Francisco
Gerardo Parra stung his former team with a three-run home run and right-hander Joe Ross celebrated a happy homecoming with six shutout innings Wednesday afternoon, allowing the Washington Nationals to complete a three-game sweep of the host San Francisco Giants with a 4-1 victory. Adam Eaton and Trea Turner combined for five hits and two runs scored for the Nationals, who finished off a 5-1 season-series win over the Giants. Washington completed the pitching-dominated, three-game road sweep without using any of its top three starters -- Stephen Strasburg, Max Scherzer or Patrick Corbin. Continue to Article
August 07, 2019 7:11:pm EST
San Francisco
The San Francisco Giants designated second baseman Joe Panik for assignment among a series of moves on Tuesday. In related moves, the Giants recalled left-hander Conner Menez, who will start Tuesday's game against the Washington Nationals, and left-hander Williams Jerez from Triple-A Sacramento. Left-hander Sam Selman was sent to Triple-A on Monday night. Continue to Article
August 06, 2019 5:41:pm EST
Philadelphia
As always, make sure to also check MLB lineups and MLB weather before lineup lock. While I do like Kershaw and Berrios, I like the discount and matchup more for Wheeler on this slate. The projected starting lineup has a 26.8% strikeout rate with a .127 ISO against righties this season, and the Marlins should have six to seven right-handed hitters in the lineup tonight. Continue to Article
August 06, 2019 4:06:pm EST
San Francisco
Right-hander Erick Fedde combined with three relievers on a seven-hit shutout and Matt Adams cracked a run-scoring double Monday night, giving the Washington Nationals a 4-0 victory over the host San Francisco Giants in the opener of a three-game series. Adam Eaton singled, walked and scored twice, helping the Nationals beat the Giants for the third time in four meetings this season. Fedde (2-2), who had been winless since May 26, allowed just one runner past first base in six innings. Continue to Article
August 06, 2019 2:21:am EST
San Francisco
Pitching the way he did Monday night made it that much easier for Erick Fedde to forget how poorly it went his last time out. Fedde tossed six strong innings to win for the first time in eight starts and Anthony Rendon's early run-scoring single held up as the Washington Nationals beat the San Francisco Giants 4-0. Rendon's single in the third put the Nationals ahead, with Adam Eaton starting the two-out effort with a single and scoring from first with aggressive baserunning. Continue to Article
August 06, 2019 1:36:am EST
 
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