MLB betting odds could be very interesting in this game if the pitching rotations hold steady as Tim Lincecum would get the start for the Giants.
MLB odds information tells us that the Giants are playing the last game of a 7-game road trip while the Dodgers are completing an 11-game homestand. MLB odds are in favor of the Dodgers in this series but not by a lot. Before this MLB odds series began on Friday the teams had split their last 20 meetings and the Dodgers were only 6-4 in the last 10 at Dodger Stadium against the Giants. One thing to keep in mind though is that this year’s Dodger team looks better than previous editions. The Dodgers swept San Francisco at Dodger Stadium last month winning 7-2, 5-4 and 11-1 as MLB odds results show.
San Francisco has had much of their success this season in MLB odds at home. They have struggled on the road, mainly because they have trouble scoring runs. They have been at or near the bottom of the league in runs scored as MLB odds stats indicate. That could be a problem in this MLB betting odds series considering the Dodgers are great at home and they have an offense that can put up some runs.
Los Angeles has been excellent at home this season versus the MLB odds and they can win with offense or defense. Their offensive numbers with Manny Ramirez in the middle of the lineup are solid and the pitching staff is deep and talented with Chad Billingsley off to a great start as MLB odds numbers indicate. The Dodgers are one of the few teams in baseball that is ranked in the Top 10 in both offense and in pitching as MLB odds statistics tell us.
There is not much to choose from with the MLB odds total in this game. Before this MLB betting odds series began the over/under was 8-7-5 to the over in the last 20 meetings and 4-4-2 in the last 10 at Dodger Stadium.
You can wager on the Dodgers and Giants by opening an account at SBG Global. The best MLB betting odds are available everyday so open your account today!