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MLB LIVE Betting Lines and Prediction San Francisco Giants vs Oakland Athletics

MLB LIVE Betting Lines and Prediction San Francisco Giants vs Oakland Athletics
Major League Baseball is our free pick focus as San Francisco is in Oakland for an MLB Interleague match tonight. Surprisingly, the Athletics have won three in a row against the Giants as they aim for a four-game sweep of their Bay Area rivals. It won’t be easy as the A’s send a rookie to the bump while the Giants counter with one of the best pitchers in baseball. First pitch is slated for 10:05 PM ET on June 30, 2016, at the Oakland Coliseum. Put away the brooms.

MLB Interleague Betting Game Day Preview: Giants vs Athletics

Following a rock solid run, San Francisco headed into Oakland on a 13-2 roll, the Giants are trying to avoid their second series sweep of the season – the first was at home vs Arizona in mid April. In what has been a high scoring series, the NL West leading Giants have been outscored by a 28-15 margin during the first three matches. Despite posting a 5-5 mark over their last ten contests, San Francisco still owns a six game lead over the Los Angeles Dodgers in the NL West playoff race.

As one of the hotter teams in the Majors – Oakland is on a 7-2 recent run. It’s a surprising roll as the Athletics opened June with a 4-12 slide. Oakland has scored 62 runs (6.8 RPG) over their last nine games - way up from the 3.8 RPG they posted during their first 69 contests. The A’s have scored in bunches as they have a pair of four and five run innings during the first three matches in this set.

Oakland Athletics vs San Francisco Giants – SportsInteraction LIVE MLB Wagering Lines

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MLB Betting Advice: Madison Bumgarner Facing Dillon Overton Favours the Giants 

Sporting the second best ERA in baseball, LHP Madison Bumgarner (8-4 ERA 1.99) heads to the hill for San Francisco. MadBum hasn’t received much support from the offence as San Fran dropped his last two starts by 1-0 and 3-2 margins against Pittsburgh and Philadelphia respectively. Prior to that, the Giants had won ten in a row with Bumgarner on the bump by a 49-22 combined count.

LHP Dillon Overton (1-0 ERA 4.76) makes his second career MLB start here. Following a stellar 7-0 run in Triple-A Sacramento, that included a tiny 1.40 ERA, Overton was called up to the big league club. He allowed three runs, on seven hits, over 5.2 innings and was credited with 7-3 win during his MLB debut last Saturday against the Angels in Anaheim. We like the Giants advantage on the bump and we’ll bank on San Francisco with five-unit wager on the (-141) ML at SportsInteraction.

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