Baseball Betting Odds & Picks: Giants vs. Cardinals
Madison Bumgarner and the San Francisco Giants will square off against Michael Wacha and the St Louis Cardinals for today’s baseball betting action at AT&T Park in San Francisco, California on Friday August 28, 2015. The game kicks off at 10:15PM EST and will be broadcast on FSMW, KNTV, and MLBN.
The MLB betting odds that have been established by the best online sports betting sites like BetOnline.ag currently have the St Louis Cardinals laying one and a half points on the San Francisco Giants. The San Francisco Giants are listed at +103 on the corresponding moneyline betting slate, while the St Louis Cardinals are listed at -107 moneyline. The total is currently sitting at six and a half points.
The handicappers from the best USA mobile sports betting sites have predicted that the St Louis Cardinals will beat the San Francisco Giants in a score that will go over the total listed by the offshore bookmakers.
The best USA online Sportsbooks for World Series betting predict that Michael Wacha will start for the St Louis Cardinals today. The last time he pitched against the San Francisco Giants was on August 17, 2015 he took a no-decision. He will be trying to improve his 15-4 record on the 2015 MLB season with a 2.80 ERA.
Mike Leake will be starting for the San Francisco Giants today as he will look to improve his 9-6 record with a 3.44 ERA in the first game of their three game series.
The St. Louis Cardinals are coming into this game with a 82-45 record straight up on the 2015 season, while the San Francisco Giants are bringing a 68-59 straight up record to the table for game one in their 3 game series.
In the past give games that the St Louis Cardinals have played they have went 5-0 straight up and 5-0 straight up in their last five away games. In the past six games they played the San Francisco Giants they have went 2-4 straight up and in their last six away games they played the Giants they went 2-4 straight up. The MLB fans that bet the total have seen the score go over the number in the past four out of six home games. In the last six games that they San Francisco Giants played the St Louis Cardinals they have gone 4-2 straight up.