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Washington Nationals (Fister) vs. San Fransisco Giants (Bumgarner) – Preview for June 10th, 2014

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Washington Nationals
Washington Nationals 
O/U :6.5

2.72

Vs.

Date: 2014-06-10
Time: 21:15:00

Generated from 35 Previous Games

San Francisco Giants
San Francisco Giants
SIDE :-130

3.51 = 6.23

PITCHING

In for Washington today is Doug Fister:

  • Fister has marked a 3.19ERA all season.
  • Fister is 3.78ERA at away games.
  • Fister is 5.56ERA at night games.
  • Fister is 2.45ERA L3G.

In for San Fransisco today is Madison Bumgarner:

  • Bumgarner has marked a 2.68ERA all season.
  • Bumgarner is 4.94ERA at home games.
  • Bumgarner is 2.86ERA at night games.
  • Bumgarner is 0.82ERA L3G.

Fister is good, but Bumgarner is better. Bumgarner is pitching his best ball of the season and betting on him at this point can’t be a bad idea.

RAYMOND REPORT

RAYMOND REPORT FOR MLB

Game Date – 2014-06-10
Road Team :- (3015) WASHINGTON
Home Team :- (3016 )SAN FRANCISCO

 

WASHINGTONTeam Name: WASHINGTON(Road Team)
Money Line: WASHINGTON +125 vs SAN FRANCISCO -135
Spread Line: WASHINGTON +1.5 -180 —– SAN FRANCISCO -1.5 +160
O/U: WASHINGTON 6.5 -110 —– SAN FRANCISCO 6.5 -110
Pitchers: WASHINGTON – D Fister (R) vs SAN FRANCISCO – M Bumgarner (L)
Game Date: Tuesday,June 10 2014 9:15 PM
Last Game: 0 – 0 vs San Francisco Giants
Current Game: San Francisco Giants
Next Game: At ST LOUIS
Stats & Trends: WASHINGTON vs. SAN FRANCISCO
PVI Rating on Winning: 52.46%
PVI Rating on game going UNDER: 46.3%
Road Teams Strength of Schedule last 7 games: 26.53%
Streaks: 1 SU Win – 1 Under
Road Teams % of winning this game: 46%
Road Teams % of this game going UNDER: 50%
Road Teams Predicted Runs For: 4.03
Road Teams Predicted Runs Against: 3.17
Road Team
(WASHINGTON)
When WASHINGTON is a Road Team When Any MLB Team is a Road Team Differential % When WASHINGTON is a Road Team,the O/U When Any MLB Team is a Road Team,the O/U Differential % on game going UNDER
Situations Current Season Current Season Differential % Current Season Current Season Differential %
SU SU O/U/P O/U/P
Total is 6.5 5-2 35-45 57.59 5-2-0 38-42-0 40.54
vs Non-Division opponent 8-8 278-343 47.39 5-8-3 262-318-41 58.19
vs Conference opponent 8-5 187-216 53.97 3-8-2 169-201-33 63.53
Playing in the month of June 3-1 63-68 61.55 2-2-0 62-60-9 49.59
Playing on Tuesday 1-2 71-86 39.28 1-2-0 63-84-10 61.91
Played as road Underdog 5-9 297-434 38.17 7-4-3 324-355-52 44.32
After a Non-Division Game 8-8 279-338 47.61 6-7-3 257-319-41 54.62
After a Conference Game 7-6 196-224 50.26 3-8-2 177-211-32 63.56
vs NL EAST Division Opponent 6-6 75-111 45.16 10-2-0 70-91-25 36.6
vs NL Conference Opponent 14-11 250-302 50.65 13-10-2 243-261-48 47.64
Coming off vs NL WEST Division Opponent 4-3 72-86 51.36 3-4-0 77-71-10 52.56
Coming off vs National Conference Opponent 12-12 231-294 47 12-10-2 233-250-42 48.61
Coming off a 2 winning streak 2-0 55-58 74.34 2-0-0 59-49-5 22.69
Coming off 1 over 3-2 104-130 52.22 2-2-1 112-100-22 48.59
Coming off a win 6-6 192-244 47.02 8-4-0 215-195-26 40.45
Coming off a Road Win as a Favorite 5-2 57-83 56.07 4-3-0 65-67-8 46.81
During a night game 9-11 301-380 44.6 11-7-2 309-325-47 45.08
Coming off a 4 road trip 0-1 7-12 18.42 0-1-0 6-11-2 82.36
Coming off a 7 runs win 1-1 8-8 50 2-0-0 9-6-1 20
Coming off a score 9 runs FOR in last game 1-1 14-17 47.58 1-1-0 15-14-2 49.14
Coming off a score 2 runs AGAINST in last game 1-3 57-61 36.66 2-2-0 53-58-7 51.13
vs. opponent with a 61% to 70% winning % 1-1 37-54 45.33 2-0-0 36-51-4 29.31
vs SAN FRANCISCO (since 1996) 28-36 10-22 37.5 36-25-3 16-16-0 45.49
Coming off a Win over NL WEST division opponent 1-3 32-47 32.76 3-1-0 39-33-7 35.42
Coming off a game that went over 3-2 104-130 52.22 2-2-1 112-100-22 48.59
Coming off a night game 7-11 286-373 41.15 9-6-3 286-321-52 46.44
Coming off a game 1 of a series 2-7 138-158 34.42 4-3-2 139-137-20 46.25
Coming off a win in game 1 of a series 2-4 60-70 39.74 3-3-0 61-62-7 50.21
Coming off back to back Shutouts deffence (since 1996) 0-3 9-17 17.31 1-2-0 10-13-3 61.6
Last 30 days 6-6 198-235 47.87 4-6-2 194-208-31 55.87
Last 45 days 9-10 292-366 45.88 7-9-3 286-320-52 54.53
Last 60 days 11-14 387-498 43.87 13-9-3 384-435-66 47.01
Last 90 days 14-14 461-575 47.25 15-10-3 457-507-72 46.3
Vs. Left handed pitchers 5-3 144-142 56.43 5-2-1 125-138-23 40.52
Coming off vs. Right handed pitcher 9-14 340-404 42.42 13-7-3 319-372-53 44.42
Coming off win vs. Right handed pitcher 4-4 131-177 46.27 4-4-0 140-148-20 50.7

 

SAN FRANCISCOTeam Name: SAN FRANCISCO(Home Team)
Money Line: SAN FRANCISCO -135 vs WASHINGTON +125
Spread Line: SAN FRANCISCO -1.5 +160 —– WASHINGTON +1.5 -180
O/U: SAN FRANCISCO 6.5 -110 —– WASHINGTON 6.5 -110
Pitchers: SAN FRANCISCO – M Bumgarner (L) vs WASHINGTON – D Fister (R)
Game Date: Tuesday,June 10 2014 9:15 PM
Last Game: 0 – 0 vs Washington Nationals
Current Game: Washington Nationals
Next Game: Vs. COLORADO
Stats & Trends: SAN FRANCISCO vs. WASHINGTON
PVI Rating on Winning: 66.67%
PVI Rating on game going UNDER: 52.46%
Road Teams Strength of Schedule last 7 games: 30.62%
Streaks: 5 SU Win – 2 Over
Home Teams % of winning this game: 57%
Home Teams % of this game going UNDER: 57%
Home Teams Predicted Runs For: 4.22
Home Teams Predicted Runs Against: 3.08

 

Home Team
(SAN FRANCISCO)
When SAN FRANCISCO is a Home Team When Any MLB Team is a Home Team Differential % When SAN FRANCISCO is a Home Team,the O/U When Any MLB Team is a Home Team,the O/U Differential % on game going UNDER
Situations Current Season Current Season Differential % Current Season Current Season Differential %
SU SU O/U/P O/U/P
Total is 6.5 3-2 40-40 55 4-1-0 38-42-0 36.25
vs Non-Division opponent 15-5 289-332 60.77 10-10-0 262-318-41 52.42
vs Conference opponent 9-5 190-213 55.72 7-7-0 169-201-33 52.16
Playing in the month of June 3-1 58-73 59.64 3-1-0 62-60-9 37.09
Playing on Tuesday 4-1 64-93 60.38 1-4-0 63-84-10 68.57
Played as home Favorite 21-8 363-345 61.84 15-14-0 324-334-50 49.52
After a Non-Division Game 12-6 277-326 56.31 10-8-0 256-308-39 49.53
After a Conference Game 11-4 203-213 61.07 7-8-0 174-210-32 54.01
vs NL EAST Division Opponent 7-4 83-90 55.81 6-5-0 77-73-23 47.06
vs NL Conference Opponent 16-10 263-285 54.77 13-13-0 226-272-50 52.31
Coming off vs NL EAST Division Opponent 5-4 88-95 51.83 6-3-0 87-79-17 40.46
Coming off vs National Conference Opponent 18-8 266-291 58.5 12-14-0 229-278-50 54.34
Coming off 3 over 0-1 28-29 24.56 0-1-0 23-29-5 77.89
Coming off a lost 8-2 277-303 63.88 6-4-0 257-287-36 46.38
Coming off a Home Lost as a Underdog 1-0 93-98 74.35 1-0-0 75-101-15 28.7
During a night game 13-7 313-368 55.48 9-11-0 309-325-47 53.13
Coming off a 4 home stand (since 1996) 10-5 2-8 43.34 5-10-0 4-6-0 63.34
Coming off a 7 runs loss (since 1996) 16-16 7-8 48.34 20-11-1 9-4-2 33.13
Coming off a score 2 runs FOR in last game 3-1 51-59 60.68 3-1-0 60-42-8 33.09
Coming off a score 9 runs AGAINST in last game (since 1996) 29-23 15-17 51.33 23-24-5 13-16-3 53.12
vs. opponent with a 51% to 60% winning % 7-4 141-149 56.13 4-7-0 129-138-23 57.67
vs WASHINGTON (since 1996) 36-28 14-14 53.13 36-25-3 15-10-3 40.49
Coming off a Lost over NL EAST division opponent 2-1 48-60 55.56 1-2-0 43-55-10 61.4
Coming off a night game 13-6 319-363 57.6 9-10-0 304-329-49 52.3
Coming off a game 1 of a series 6-4 141-156 53.74 4-6-0 139-138-20 54.91
Coming off a lost in game 1 of a series 2-0 71-78 73.83 0-2-0 67-73-9 76.07
Last 30 days 12-5 206-227 59.09 9-8-0 194-208-31 49.4
Last 45 days 16-6 309-349 59.85 11-11-0 286-320-52 51.41
Last 60 days 21-8 419-466 59.88 13-16-0 384-435-66 54.14
Last 90 days 22-10 484-552 57.74 16-16-0 457-507-72 51.3
Vs. Right handed pitchers 17-7 354-409 58.62 15-9-0 349-365-49 44.31
Coming off vs. Right handed pitcher 17-8 343-402 57.02 13-12-0 314-381-50 51.41
Coming off lost vs. Right handed pitcher 5-2 188-230 58.21 3-4-0 175-217-26 56.25

As equally matched as these teams are, the Raymond Report shows us that they can’t be more different in this position when compared to the rest of the league.

No question that there is a huge advantage with San Fransisco here.

ATS MATCHUP

Historical considerations to SUPPORT the SFG pick:

When SAN FRANCISCO played as Home Team- in the month of June 19-10-1
When SAN FRANCISCO played as Favourite- Vs NL East Division 15-10-0
When M Bumgarner \’s Team played as Home or Away Team- With Total between 6 and 7 9-6-0
When SAN FRANCISCO team played as a Home team – After a non division game – During a night game – Coming off 1 under – Allowed 0 runs AGAINST in their last game 8-4-0
When SAN FRANCISCO team played as a Home team – During a night game – Vs. Right handed pitchers – Coming off 1 under – Allowed 0 runs AGAINST in their last game 12-8-0
When SAN FRANCISCO team Played as home team as a Favorite – Total is 6.5 – Total is between 6.5 to 7.0 52-33-0
When SAN FRANCISCO team played as a -120 to -140 home Favorite – Vs. Right handed pitchers – Total is between 6.5 to 7.0 31-15-0
When SAN FRANCISCO team played as a home team – During a night game – Total is between 6.5 to 7.0 124-79-0
When SAN FRANCISCO team Played as home team as a Favorite – Total is 6.5 – Vs. Right handed pitchers 36-23-0
When SAN FRANCISCO team Played as home team as a Favorite – Vs Conference Opponent – During the month of June 30-17-0
When SAN FRANCISCO team played as a home team – During the month of June – Total is between 6.5 to 7.0 30-14-0
When SAN FRANCISCO team played as a home team – 2nd game of a series – During the month of June 45-30-0
When ANY MLB Team Played as Home team as a Favorite – During the month of June – Vs Non Division Opponent – 2nd game of a series – Coming off a 2 run lost – Coming off a night game 54-27-0
When ANY MLB Team played as a Home team – 2nd game of a series – During the month of June – Vs NL EAST opponent – Coming off 1 under – Coming off a night game 61-38-0
When ANY MLB Team played as a Home team – Coming off vs. National League opponent – After a conference game – 2nd game of a series – Coming off a night game – Coming off vs. Right handed pitcher – Coming off a 2 run lost 113-75-0
When SAN FRANCISCO Played as home team as a Favorite – During Current Season – With SU Record of 2 Win 1 Lost in L3G 14 – 3 – 0
When SAN FRANCISCO played as a home team – During Last 2 Years – With 1 Under 35 – 20 – 0
When SAN FRANCISCO played as any home/road team – During Last 2 Years – With 1 Under or More – With SU Record of 4 Win 1 Lost in L5G 27 – 12 – 0
When D FISTER \’s Team played as Home or Away Team- With a spread between 120 and 140 3-7-0
When WASHINGTON team played as a 120 to 140 Road Underdog – After a conference game – During a night game – Coming off a Home loss – Coming off vs. Right handed pitcher 3-7-0
When WASHINGTON team played as a Road team – During a night game – Vs. Left handed pitchers – Coming off vs. Right handed pitcher – Coming off a 2 run lost 6-13-0
When WASHINGTON team Played as Road team as a Underdog – After a non division game – Before a non division game – Coming off vs. Right handed pitcher – Coming off a 2 run lost 12-23-0
When WASHINGTON team played as a 120 to 140 road Underdog – Total is between 6.5 to 7.0 – Vs Non Division Opponent 3-10-0
When WASHINGTON Played as road team as a Underdog – During Last 3 Years – With 2 Under or More – With SU Record of 3 Win 2 Lost in L5G 7 – 14 – 0

Historical considerations to THREATEN the SFG pick:

When WASHINGTON played as a road team – During Last 2 Years – With 2 Under or More – With SU Record of 5 Win 2 Lost in L7G 6 – 4 – 0

ATS Matchup shows us that historically, in this position, San Fransisco has a big nod over Washington.

To sum up, the Giants have:

  • A hot pitcher on a hot streak
  • Arguably the best pen in the league.
  • A completely favourable ATS Matchups report.
  • A completely favourable Raymond Report.

What’s not to like?

 

 

Tonight’s Prediction: San Fransisco to win 3-2.

 

 

 

 

 

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