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The San Francisco Giants will try and maintain their slim lead in the baseball betting National League West Division race as they host the last place Arizona Diamondbacks on Tuesday night with a starting time of 10:10 PM Eastern.
Rodrigo Lopez will take the hill for Arizona while Jonathan Sanchez will get the start for San Francisco. The Giants have won 5 out of their last 7 games heading into this series but cannot shake off the San Diego Padres who were just one half a game behind for the division lead.
SBG Global current Arizona vs San Francisco money line: Giants - 1.5, Total 8 Under - 115
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San Francisco has a home record of 45-30 this year and has gone over the total in just 31 of their 75 home games for 2010. The Giants have been one of the most profitable teams on the board. Offense has been inconsistent for San Francisco as they rank just 17th in the major leagues for run production although a respectable 12th in home runs.
Aubrey Huff leads the attack with a .291 average and 34 doubles, 26 home runs, and 85 runs batted in. Sanchez has been one of the top baseball betting starters for the Giants as he has a record of 11-9 but with a solid 3.16 earned run average as this is his best season in the big leagues. Sanchez is a solid strikeout pitcher with 194 in 182 innings of work. The lefthander has been sharp in September as he has allowed just 2 earned runs in 4 starts.
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Arizona has proven to be a dangerous last place team as the ruined the Colorado Rockies season last week by sweeping them in a three game series in the ultimate role of spoiler. Arizona has won 5 out of its last 6 games although they are still one of the biggest money losers on the board.
The Diamondbacks are just 24-51 on the road with just 28 of their 75 road MLB betting games going under the total. Pitching has been the big problem for Arizona as they rank 28th in the major leagues for staff earned run average. Lopez has a record of 7-14 with a 5.04 earned run average.
In his last start at San Francisco he was lit up for 5 earned runs in 4 innings of work. Lopez has won his last 2 starts however and has allowed 5 earned runs in his last 2 starts.
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