The Giants could be sending Barry Zito to the mound and he has been unimpressive of late while the Padres don’t have anyone at the back end of their starting rotation that online baseball betting gamblers want to wager on. Let’s look at what could be a high scoring baseball betting matchup for Friday.
Baseball betting on this game could be fun though since a lot of runs could be put on the board. Online baseball betting scheduling information tells us that this is the opener of a three-game weekend series between the two teams. Baseball betting trends show that the Giants have won 13 of the last 20 games between the two teams. The Giants are a super 7-3 against the baseball odds in their last 10 games at San Diego.
The Giants are considered a contender in the National League West this season by many baseball betting gamblers while the Padres are a mess. Other than Jake Peavy, who they have tried to trade, the Padres don’t have anyone that really strikes fear into opponents. This is baseball betting though and anything can and does happen. The Padres may surprise people and be competitive in online baseball betting. Last season a lot was expected and the Padres flopped in online baseball betting. This season nothing is expected so perhaps San Diego can be a surprise in baseball betting.
The Giants have an exciting team that could do some damage in baseball betting. They would do a lot more damage if Barry Zito pitched like he did a few years ago. He has fallen off the map in terms of baseball betting effectiveness as most gamblers avoid him like the plague. If he turns things around the Giants would have a great rotation since they already feature Tim Lincecum, Randy Johnson and Matt Cain.
Eleven of the last twenty games between the two teams have gone under the baseball betting total. At San Diego, the under has been the way to go in six of the last ten meetings versus the baseball odds.
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