For the second night in a row, the Dodgers beat the visiting Giants in dramatic fashion. On Thursday night, it was All-Star outfielder Mookie Betts hitting a clutch three-run home run and then ending the game on a spectacular diving catch to secure a 9-6 victory for LA. In front of another packed house on Friday night, Cody Bellinger launched a go-ahead grand slam on a 0-2 pitch to break a 1-1 tie and send Dodger Stadium into a full-on frenzy.
Today, the Dodgers and Giants game will only be broadcasted on FOX as part of the networks MLB Saturday Showcase. First pitch is set for 4:15PM PT.
All-Star snub Julio Urías gets the start for the Dodgers, with old friend Alex Wood getting the ball for the Giants. Urías will hope to continue his dominance of the Giants this season. In two starts against San Francisco this season, Julio has a 1.50 ERA and a 0.58 WHIP.
This is Wood’s second start of the year at Dodger Stadium. In early May, he gave up three earned runs in 5.1 IP.
The Dodgers were favored in the previous two games, and that trend continues on Saturday. As of 12:30PM PT, FanDuel has LA favored by 1.5 runs and -180 to win the game outright. For those looking for a plus-money bet, the Dodgers are +110 to cover the -1.5 spread. San Francisco is +152 on money line. The over-under for total runs scored between the two teams is currently set at 7.5 (-102 under, -118 over).
For the first time this series, the three hitters favored to hit a home run in the game are all Dodgers: Mookie Betts (+320), Will Smith (+340), and Trea Turner (+400).
Trea Turner is favored to record two or more hits (+150).
For those that like to see Dodgers runs and Dodgers wins, a money line-total runs parlay of under 8.5 runs and an LA win has +230 odds.
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