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Saturday 8/18/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
-1.5  -110

+1.5  -110



SAN FRANCISCO (61 - 62) at CINCINNATI (53 - 69)
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Saturday, 8/18/2018 7:10 PM
Board OpeningLatest
957SAN FRANCISCO-125Ov 8.5,-125-150Ov 8.5,-115
958CINCINNATI+115Un 8.5,+105+140Un 8.5,-105
SAN FRANCISCO - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games61-62+6.655-634.00.2480.3080.3780.6864.30.2520.3170.3910.708
Road Games27-36+2.124-373.50.2390.2960.3610.6574.20.2510.3190.3950.714
vs Right-handed Starters37-36+431-394.40.2600.3210.3970.7174.50.2580.3170.4020.718
Past 7 Games4-3+2.41-54.00.2320.2840.2970.5813.70.2600.3240.3860.710
Grass Games61-62+6.655-634.00.2480.3080.3780.6864.30.2520.3170.3910.708
Night Games36-45-6.433-433.70.2360.2980.3530.6514.20.2480.3100.3960.705
SAN FRANCISCO - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.00.2480.30812342461053185231070.3784683671073478731027312370
Road Games3.50.2390.296632208528858560.3612151785912544955456236
Righty Starters4.40.2600.32173252465711915650.3973002256282453064518434
SAN FRANCISCO - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.651.250446.42011813964016243327-20292355.8%
Road Games3.641.225220.39789192207820111-11161257.1%

CINCINNATI - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games53-69-5.664-544.50.2570.3290.3950.7245.10.2650.3310.4350.766
Home Games29-35-5.635-274.50.2510.3310.3980.7295.20.2600.3260.4380.764
vs Left-handed Starters16-15+5.518-124.70.2540.3230.4100.7344.80.2690.3290.4210.749
Past 7 Games3-4-0.44-32.90.2580.3220.3810.7035.00.2540.3020.4150.717
Grass Games53-69-5.664-544.50.2570.3290.3950.7245.10.2650.3310.4350.766
Night Games31-43-6.635-364.50.2570.3270.3960.7235.30.2650.3320.4240.756
CINCINNATI - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.50.2570.32912241941077181161220.3955264491021499231127111053
Home Games4.50.2510.331642159541987690.3982802605702048450355733
Lefty Starters4.70.2540.323311058269434380.4101381082481221130173710
CINCINNATI - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.121.3764632322124475619040421-18311173.8%
Home Games4.141.384254.31301172503510222512-1116769.6%
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
8/4/2018SUAREZ(L)@ ARIZONABUCHHOLZ(R)3-9L1308.5 evO11901230
8/5/2018HOLLAND(L)@ ARIZONARAY(L)3-2W1608.5 ovU850460
8/6/2018RODRIGUEZ(R)HOUSTONMORTON(R)1-3L+1307 evU450430
8/7/2018BUMGARNER(L)HOUSTONKEUCHEL(L)1-2L-1157 ovU470990
8/9/2018SUAREZ(L)PITTSBURGHNOVA(R)5-10L-1458 unO6431351
8/10/2018HOLLAND(L)PITTSBURGHHOLMES(R)13-10W-1208 unO161401790
8/11/2018BLACH(L)PITTSBURGHWILLIAMS(R)0-4L-1308.5 unU640630
8/12/2018RODRIGUEZ(R)PITTSBURGHMUSGROVE(R)4-3W-1057.5 ovU750432
8/13/2018BUMGARNER(L)@ LA DODGERSKERSHAW(L)5-2W1877 evP840881
8/14/2018SUAREZ(L)@ LA DODGERSWOOD(L)2-1W1858 evU660670
8/15/2018HOLLAND(L)@ LA DODGERSRYU(L)3-4L1658 unU65014170
8/17/2018KELLY(R)@ CINCINNATIDESCLAFANI(R)1-2L1059.5 unU8701190
8/24/2018 TEXAS  
8/25/2018 TEXAS  

 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
8/4/2018DESCLAFANI(R)@ WASHINGTONGONZALEZ(L)7-1W1809.5 ovU13100780
8/4/2018HARVEY(R)@ WASHINGTONHELLICKSON(R)2-6L1609.5 evU6601090
8/5/2018CASTILLO(R)@ WASHINGTONROARK(R)1-2L1559 unU750880
8/6/2018BAILEY(R)@ NY METSSYNDERGAARD(R)4-6L1557.5 ovO7701690
8/7/2018ROMANO(R)@ NY METSVARGAS(L)6-1W1258.5 unU1050470
8/8/2018STEPHENSON(R)@ NY METSDEGROM(R)0-8L1907 unO7618121
8/10/2018DESCLAFANI(R)ARIZONABUCHHOLZ(R)3-0W+1209.5 unU970531
8/11/2018HARVEY(R)ARIZONARAY(L)6-3W+1458.5 ovO990740
8/12/2018CASTILLO(R)ARIZONAGODLEY(R)2-9L+1009 unO7401041
8/13/2018BAILEY(R)CLEVELANDCLEVINGER(R)3-10L+1659 unO1012118110
8/14/2018ROMANO(R)CLEVELANDKLUBER(R)1-8L+1858.5 ovO5401050
8/15/2018STEPHENSON(R)CLEVELANDBIEBER(R)3-4L+1559 unU10110551
8/17/2018DESCLAFANI(R)SAN FRANCISCOKELLY(R)2-1W-1159.5 unU1190870
8/24/2018 @ CHICAGO CUBS  
8/25/2018 @ CHICAGO CUBS  
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.
CINCINNATI: 2017 68-94, fifth place
MANAGER Bryan Price (fifth season)
ADDITIONS: RHP Jared Hughes, RHP David Hernandez
SUBTRACTIONS: SS Zack Cozart, RHP Bronson Arroyo, RHP Tim Adleman
OUTLOOK: The Reds launched into a major rebuild in 2015 and have lost at least 90 games for three consecutive seasons while finishing last in the NL Central all three years. They locked up Suarez through 2024 with a $66 million contract during spring training -- their first significant deal during the rebuild -- but are still at least a year away from looking for an upgrade through free agency. The everyday lineup will score enough runs to keep games competitive, but pitching is the sore point again. It would be considered a breakthrough simply to move out of last place.
Giants look to get back on track vs. Reds

The San Francisco Giants received much more than they could have expected from an emergency starting pitcher who'd thrown 20 pitches as a reliever in a loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers only two nights before.

What Casey Kelly's first major league start in nearly 2 1/2 seasons didn't gain them was a victory, as Phillip Ervin's homer in the 11th inning Friday gave the Cincinnati Reds a 2-1 victory against the Giants at Great American Ball Park.

This is exactly what the Giants didn't need as they dig into the most crucial part of their schedule. It means they badly need another strong start from left-handed ace Madison Bumgarner (4-4) as he opposes Reds right-hander Matt Harvey (5-7) in the second game of the three-game series Saturday.

The Giants are beginning a 16-game stretch that likely will determine the fate of their season -- and, too, the direction of their offseason --and the Friday night loss negated any momentum they gained by taking two of three from the Dodgers in Los Angeles.

"We have good hitters up there but, right now, we're in a serious funk," manager Bruce Bochy said after his team was held to two runs or fewer for the fifth time in 10 games. "And they're having trouble getting out of it."

The Giants picked a bad time to slump, too. From now until early September, they're taking on the losing-record Reds, New York Mets and Texas Rangers, the first-place Arizona Diamondbacks and, again, the Mets.

It's a chance to make something of what has been a so-so season to date, with the Giants lodged in fourth-place in the NL West and facing only the longest of shots to get back into contention.

Making it worse, they'll temporarily be without rookie star Dereck Rodriguez (6-1), who was scratched from his scheduled start Friday with a sprained right hamstring. He was hurt during the benches-clearing confrontation between the Giants and Dodgers on Tuesday night, but wasn't scratched from the start until the team arrived in Cincinnati on Thursday night.

With Rodriguez unexpectedly out, Kelly started and limited the Reds to one run over 4 1/3 innings despite giving up nine hits. Only two nights before, Kelly -- the son of Reds interim bench coach Pat Kelly -- took the loss in relief as the Giants lost to the Dodgers 4-3 in 12 innings Wednesday.

Five Giants relievers followed Kelly to shut out the Reds until the 11th, when Ervin hit his sixth career homer on a drive to center field off right-hander Ray Black, who's given up five runs on seven hits in his last four appearances.

Reds starter Anthony DeSclafani was even better than Kelly during his third consecutive strong start, holding the Giants to one run and five hits over 7 2/3 innings. The right-hander is rebounding just as the Reds hoped he would after being out from September 2016 until early June with multiple injuries.

"I'm mixing it up, trying to use both sides of the plate and keep it out of the middle of the plate," said DeSclafani, who has given up only two runs over 21 innings in his last three starts. "I feel comfortable on the mound with my delivery, and I'm trying to make pitches when I need to."

The Giants have dropped eight of 13, making Bumgarner's start Saturday all the more important. The star of the Giants' World Series-winning team in 2014, Bumgarner has allowed three earned runs in 18 innings over his last three starts and has lost only once in seven starts since July 8.

Bumgarner is 3-4 with a 3.83 ERA in eight career starts against the Reds, but hasn't faced them since July 27, 2016 and thus doesn't have much of a track record against most of their hitters.

Harvey shook off a string of recent subpar performances to limit the Diamondbacks to two runs over seven innings of the Reds' 6-3 victory last Saturday. Catcher Buster Posey (5-for-8, .625) has been trouble for Harvey but, right now, every pitcher seems to be trouble to the Giants.

"We've talked about it many times, the offense just has to get going," Bochy said. "They're better than this. ... (You think) 'Hey, we're going to come out of this,' but it's frustrating."

The Reds are without one of their top players, too. First baseman Joey Votto was placed on the disabled list with a bruised lower right leg, an injury that's been bothering him for more than a week. With Votto out, catcher Tucker Barnhart made his first career start at first base on Friday.

Last Updated: 4/19/2019 4:25:16 PM EST

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