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MLB : ATS Matchup
Friday 7/13/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
+1.5  -170

-1.5  +150



OAKLAND (53 - 41) at SAN FRANCISCO (49 - 46)
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Friday, 7/13/2018 10:15 PM
Board OpeningLatest
929OAKLAND+170Ov 8,+100+135Ov 7.5,-130
930SAN FRANCISCO-180Un 8,-120-145Un 7.5,+110
OAKLAND - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games53-41+17.346-424.70.2470.3100.4130.7234.40.2430.3010.3950.696
Road Games29-20+15.827-185.50.2640.3240.4540.7784.60.2440.3090.4060.714
vs Left-handed Starters14-16-1.214-134.40.2480.3050.4230.7294.70.2580.3100.4270.738
Past 7 Games5-2+7.64-25.30.2720.3250.4450.7703.70.2110.2740.2810.555
Grass Games49-41+13.244-414.60.2440.3080.4090.7174.50.2450.3010.4000.701
Night Games28-27+4.829-244.70.2500.3110.4240.7354.50.2530.3130.4130.726
OAKLAND - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.70.2470.310943238799161121180.4134212988111862389607255
Road Games5.50.2640.324491750462828780.4542621554241132947342833
Lefty Starters4.40.2480.305301028255535390.42312785263420030241912
OAKLAND - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.481.259341.71441323024312832623-828780%
Road Games3.771.230181.38576154286918012-616576.2%

SAN FRANCISCO - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games49-46+945-484.10.2520.3120.3870.7004.40.2530.3180.3890.707
Home Games30-17+11.225-204.70.2620.3220.4090.7314.20.2520.3160.3730.689
vs Right-handed Starters31-27+7.225-314.40.2660.3270.4040.7314.60.2600.3210.4040.725
Past 7 Games4-3+0.83-43.90.2340.2870.3240.6114.40.2400.3070.3910.699
Grass Games49-46+945-484.10.2520.3120.3870.7004.40.2530.3180.3890.707
Night Games28-33-3.726-333.60.2360.3000.3570.6564.20.2420.3040.3940.697
SAN FRANCISCO - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.10.2520.31295328282614417890.3873682898353569079639948
Home Games4.70.2620.3224716234267711460.4092051433912033834235224
Righty Starters4.40.2660.3275820185379012550.4042411815101943352437027
SAN FRANCISCO - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.701.255343.31561413062712532921-11221559.5%
Home Games3.171.215184.37265153107118616-511857.9%
OAKLAND - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
6/29/2018BLACKBURN(R)CLEVELANDBAUER(R)3-1W+1608 ovU860661
6/30/2018JACKSON(R)CLEVELANDPLUTKO(R)7-2W+1109.5 ovU830331
7/1/2018MONTAS(R)CLEVELANDCLEVINGER(R)3-15L+1408.5 ovO9612090
7/3/2018BASSITT(R)SAN DIEGORICHARD(L)6-2W-1258 ovP820990
7/4/2018MANAEA(L)SAN DIEGOPERDOMO(R)4-2W-1608.5 ovU670770
7/6/2018BLACKBURN(R)@ CLEVELANDCARRASCO(R)4-10L1658.5 ovO11611020
7/7/2018JACKSON(R)@ CLEVELANDKLUBER(R)6-3W2209 ovP1271991
7/8/2018ANDERSON(L)@ CLEVELANDBIEBER(R)6-0W1609.5 unU1291590
7/9/2018MONTAS(R)@ HOUSTONCOLE(R)2-0W1958 unU680550
7/10/2018MANAEA(L)@ HOUSTONVERLANDER(R)5-6L1907.5 ovO105110100
7/11/2018BASSITT(R)@ HOUSTONMCCULLERS JR.(R)8-3W1908 ovO10110752
7/12/2018CAHILL(R)@ HOUSTONMORTON(R)6-4W1908 unO1180551
7/20/2018 SAN FRANCISCO  

 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
6/29/2018SUAREZ(L)@ ARIZONACORBIN(L)2-1W1257 ovU650781
6/30/2018RODRIGUEZ(R)@ ARIZONAMILLER(R)7-0W1158.5 unU1281770
7/1/2018HOLLAND(L)@ ARIZONAGODLEY(R)9-6W1258 ovO1614013100
7/2/2018BUMGARNER(L)@ COLORADOFREELAND(L)2-5L-10511 ovU54110100
7/3/2018STRATTON(R)@ COLORADOSENZATELA(R)1-8L13012.5 unU6611260
7/4/2018SUAREZ(L)@ COLORADOANDERSON(L)0-1L10510.5 ovU350770
7/5/2018CUETO(R)ST LOUISWEAVER(R)2-11L-1257.5 ovO2001880
7/6/2018RODRIGUEZ(R)ST LOUISGANT(R)3-2W-1208 ovU780530
7/7/2018SAMARDZIJA(R)ST LOUISMARTINEZ(R)2-3L+1158.5 ovU860771
7/8/2018BUMGARNER(L)ST LOUISFLAHERTY(R)13-8W-1207.5 unO171101172
7/9/2018SUAREZ(L)CHICAGO CUBSHENDRICKS(R)2-1W-1207.5 ovU990472
7/10/2018HOLLAND(L)CHICAGO CUBSQUINTANA(L)0-2L+1308 unU331640
7/11/2018CUETO(R)CHICAGO CUBSMONTGOMERY(L)5-4W-1058 unO1415011142
7/20/2018 @ OAKLAND  
OAKLAND: 2017: 75-87, fifth place.
MANAGER: Bob Melvin (eighth season).
ADDITIONS: OF Stephen Piscotty, C Jonathan Lucroy, OF Dustin Fowler, RHP Trevor Cahill, RHP Emilio Pagan, RHP Yusmeiro Petit, LHP Ryan Buchter.
SUBTRACTIONS: INF Ryon Healy, RHP Jesse Hahn, OF Jaycob Brugman.
OUTLOOK: The A's have followed up three straight playoff appearances with last-place finishes the past three seasons. There are signs of a potential turnaround but rebuilding will still take some time, especially in a division with the defending World Series champions and other possible contenders. The bullpen should be improved with the additions of Pagan, Petit and Buchter. The strength of the team is power. Davis leads the way with 85 homers the past two seasons, ranking second in the majors during that span to Giancarlo Stanton's 86. Olson made a big splash with 24 homers in 189 at-bats, a rate topped over a whole season only twice ' when Mark McGwire and Barry Bonds each set the single-season home run record. The A's added depth to the lineup this spring by signing Lucroy. One of the most intriguing players will be Fowler, who played one inning in the majors for the Yankees before blowing out his knee and then getting traded to Oakland for pitcher Sonny Gray. Fowler adds needed athleticism and defense in the outfield as the A's look to build a foundation for the future.
SAN FRANCISCO: 2017 64-98, fifth place
MANAGER Bruce Bochy (12th season)
ADDITIONS: 3B Evan Longoria, OF Andrew McCutchen, OF Austin Jackson, LHP Tony Watson, OF Steven Duggar, OF Gregor Blanco, LHP Derek Holland
SUBTRACTIONS: OF Denard Span, LHP Matt Moore, RHP Matt Cain, SS Christian Arroyo, OF Michael Morse
OUTLOOK: The Giants are coming off their first last-place finish in a decade and their worst season overall since 1985. The talent level was upgraded significantly with trades for Longoria and McCutchen. Those two former All-Stars might be on the downside of their careers -- both are in their 30s -- but they still should add some pop to a lineup that finished last in the majors in home runs, 29th in runs and 29th in on-base percentage. They should also improve a defense that was spotty at best last season, when nothing went right. Getting a healthy season out of Bumgarner is crucial after he was injured in a dirt bike accident last April, but Friday he was hit by a line drive on his pitching hand and will miss the first two months of the season. Cueto is a quality No. 2 starter if he can avoid the blisters that plagued him last year. Samardzija is very durable, but the rest of the rotation isn't nearly as strong. The Giants will also need to adjust to a new coaching staff, with Curt Young replacing longtime pitching coach Dave Righetti, and Alonzo Powell taking over as hitting coach after Hensley Meulens moved to bench coach.
A's, Giants begin Bay Area series

SAN FRANCISCO -- The Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants meet as more than just rivals when they begin two sets of three games bridging the All-Star break with a series opener Friday night at AT&T Park.

Veterans Edwin Jackson (1-0, 2.45 ERA) of the A's and Madison Bumgarner (2-3, 3.09) of the Giants will get the starts in the opener as the San Francisco Bay Area teams hope to continue a recent run of positive results into next week's break.

The A's will be wrapping a 10-game road trip that has begun remarkably well, with series wins at American League powers Cleveland (2-1) and Houston (3-1).

They have now won 13 of their last 16 games to put themselves into the heart of the AL wild-card race.

"We're a confident group and we know we're capable of playing like this," A's outfielder Mark Canha said after contributing two hits and two RBIs to Thursday's 6-4 win at Houston. "We're in a mind-set where we come to the field expecting to win every day. It's kind of a thing that snowballs."

The Giants also enter the series on a bit of a roll, having recorded two walk-off wins over the Chicago Cubs in their three-game series that ended Wednesday. The Giants have gone 4-3 against the St. Louis Cardinals and Cubs to open a 10-game homestand.

Things are going so well for the Giants, who find themselves a player in the National League wild-card race, that even Thursday's off day came at just the right time.

"I can tell you these guys are exhausted," Giants manager Bruce Bochy admitted after Wednesday's 5-4, 13-inning win over the Cubs. "Look at the schedule. It's been a grind. A lot of these guys need a break."

Remarkably, Bumgarner and Jackson, who have combined for 621 career pitching appearances, will be going head-to-head for just the second time.

Jackson got the better of the first meeting, helping the Washington Nationals beat Bumgarner and the Giants 9-4 in 2012.

The 34-year-old Jackson improved his career record against the Giants to 5-4 with a 4.71 ERA in 12 games, including 11 starts, with a 3-1 win last August for the Nationals. He allowed just one run and five hits in six innings.

Jackson has made four starts in San Francisco, going 1-2 with a 2.52 ERA.

One Giant he will not be excited to see is Andrew McCutchen, who has a .385 average (15-for-39) against Jackson, with three doubles, three home runs and nine RBIs in their careers.

Nobody has more than three career homers against Jackson.

He allowed five hits and three runs (two earned) over 5 2/3 innings in Saturday's start against Cleveland, and did not get a decision in the A's 6-3 victory.

Bumgarner hasn't seen the A's since 2016. He has gone 3-2 with a 5.18 ERA against them in five starts.

In his most recent start this season, Bumgarner gave up seven hits and four runs in 5 1/3 innings but picked up the win in Sunday's 13-8 victory over the Cardinals.

The clubs have played on even terms in recent years, with the Giants winning the 2015 series and the A's the 2016 series before they split last year's four games.

Oakland has dominated interleague competition this season, going 7-2, the third-best record in the majors behind Boston's 7-1 and Pittsburgh's 10-2.

The Giants have gone 3-4 in interleague play this season.

The teams will square off again next Friday, Saturday and Sunday, this time in Oakland, in each team's first games after the All-Star break.

Last Updated: 2/16/2019 10:44:45 PM EST

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