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San Francisco vs. Houston, 08/28/2012 20:05
Money Line: -210 San Francisco
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Today's FREE MLB winner is San Francisco over Houston.
San Francisco leads the NL West with a three game lead (as of print). The Giants have won 14 of their L19 road games. They have taken 5 of the 6 meetings over Houston this season. Houston is the worst team in Baseball at 40-88, losing 9 of their L11 overall, and 15 of the L18 games played at home. Since losing Cabrera to suspension, the Giants haven't missed a step, going 7-4. Posey, Pagan, Scutaro, and Pence have picked up the slack and are all contributing. Matt Cain gets the start here. The RH is 13-5 with a 2.83 ERA this year, winning three straight, and allowing a mere four runs in 22 1/2 IP. Cain has beaten Houston twice at home this season, including a perfect game back in July. He faces an Astros team that is laughable at 5-20 their L25 outings, scoring 5 or more runs just four times during that span. The offense ranks 24th or worse in almost every offensive category. Bud Norris is throwing today. The RH is 5-11 with an ERA of 5.19 this season and hasn't won since may 21st, going 0-10 in his 14 starts since. The Giants are 5-1 their 6 games played on the road, 14-2 their L16 games played vs. teams with a winning percentage under .400, and 8-3 in Cain's L11 starts on the road. The Astros are 8-21 their L29 games played at home, 9-42 their L51 games played against RH starters, and 3-13 in Norris' L16 overall starts. Take san Francisco. Thank you.