Fans who bet on MLB odds should be aware that this is the middle game of a three-game series between the two teams. The Diamondbacks have had a lot of success recently against the Giants and that might continue in this Saturday MLB betting matchup.
MLB betting stats tell us that the Diamondbacks have won 13 of the last 20 meetings between the two teams. Arizona was 7-3 at home against the Giants before this series began. Last season the Diamondbacks were 6-3 at home against San Francisco but many of the games were close. Six of the nine games were decided by two runs or less. That makes for exciting MLB betting action.
San Francisco was expected to be improved this season on offense and defense but MLB betting stats so far this season don’t show that. The Giants have struggled giving up runs, especially last year’s Cy Young winner Tim Lincecum who was terrible early in the season. The Giants have some depth this year though but overall they have not started the MLB betting season strongly. The lineup also is questionable even with the addition of Edgar Renteria. The Giants can also struggle on the road as last season’s record would indicate and trends show they don’t win that often at Arizona.
Arizona was considered one of the favorites in the National League West this season by people who bet on MLB odds but they have started slowly. Brandon Webb has been hurt and his loss is huge to the Diamondbacks as he impacts MLB betting lines on a regular basis. Arizona still has a lot of young talent though and it is expected that they will turn things around in MLB betting. Gamblers that bet on MLB odds still like to bet Arizona, especially when they are at home.
The Giants and Diamondbacks can score some runs at times as 12 of the last 20 games between the two teams have gone over the MLB betting total. The last 10 games at Arizona though are 5-5 in the over/under MLB betting number.
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