Phillies-Giants Preview: Avoid the Sweep, FREE $350, and a +1178 Trip to the Parlay Palace
The Philadelphia Phillies desperately need a win, just for the sake of everyone’s brains back home.
The Phillies dropped 2-of-3 to the Diamondbacks and then lost the first two against the Giants. Not exactly what you want from your baseball team who historically hasn’t performed well in September and is trying to break a decade-long playoff drought, right?
Today, Ranger Suarez will take the mound against Carlos Rondon. If you closed out this post already after seeing Rondon’s name, trust me, I get it. For those of you who are still here, let’s take a look and put some free money in our pockets while we’re at it.
Phillies Quick Notes
- Philadelphia is 73-60 overall and 34-30 in road games.
- San Francisco has gone 36-32 at home and 63-68 overall.
- Phillies Last 10: 5-5, .283 batting average, 5.55 ERA, outscored by two runs
- Giants Last 10: Giants: 3-7, .233 batting average, 4.34 ERA, outscored by eight runs
Yeah, the Giants stink. They are not a good baseball team. Phillies fans on social media are losing their damn minds but if we’re being honest with ourselves, this west coast trip was looking like doom and gloom before the plane left Philadelphia International Airport.
I do however, like the Phillies to avoid a sweep today so right out of the batters box take the Phillies ML which is currently at +106.
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I really don’t mind yesterday’s 5-4 loss. It was a good game and the Phillies probably should have won, but that’s just not how the cookie crumbles sometimes. Here’s how the Phillies performed at the plate yesterday.
- Kyle Schwarber: 2-4, BB
- Bryson Stott: 3-4, 3 R, 1 RBI
- Jean Segura: 3-4, R, 2 RBI
- Matt Vierling: 1-4, RBI
Ranger Suarez Looks to Bounce Back
Ranger Suarez is back on the bump after falling apart against the D-Backs during his last start. He lasted just 3.2 innings, allowing 5 hits and 6 runs (2 earned) in Arizona and will look to get back on track this afternoon in San Francisco.
- JT Realmuto Hit: -170
- Kyle Schwarber Hit: -150
- Alec Bohm Hit: -220
- Ranger Suarez O 4.5 Strike Outs: -108
- Philadelphia Phillies ML: +106
An Extra Night’s Stay at the Palace: If you want to go ahead and add Bryce Harper into the Parlay Palace to record a hit (-180) then your odds will jump up to +1170.
Regardless of what happens today, the good news is that the Phillies return home after today’s game and will face the Marlins and Nationals only over the next 11 days. We’ll get back. to our winning ways in South Philadelphia and hopefully avoid a sweep today in San Francisco.