Washington Nationals at San Francisco Giants: 4/29/22 MLB Picks and Prediction
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San Francisco Giants (13-6) vs Washington Nationals (6-15)
Game Info: Friday, April 29, 2022 at 10:15 pm (Oracle Park)
Alex Wood (2-0) (2.51) vs Aaron Sanchez (0-1) (8.31)
Betting Odds: San Francisco Giants -208 / Washington Nationals +150 --- Over/Under: 7.5 Click Here for the Latest Odds
The Washington Nationals will visit the San Francisco Giants in the first game of their series in the National League West matchup from Oracle Park on Friday night. The weather is expected to be mildly humid with a 0% chance of rain and 7.2 mile per hour winds.
The Washington Nationals are coming off of a 1 run loss against the Miami Marlins in their last game. The series ended in a 3-0 sweep in favor of the Marlins.
Patrick Corbin got the start for the Washington Nationals in this one. He has a 8.69 ERA, with 23 strikes and a 2.08 whip. He allowed three runs — two earned — in six-plus innings before calling it a night in the loss.
Washington Nationals right-hander, Aaron Snachez will be the starter for this one. He has a 8.31 ERA, with 1 strike and a 1.62 whip. Sanchez played for the Giants last year.
The San Francisco Giants are coming off of a 1 run loss against the Oakland Athletics in their last game. The series ended at 1-1 as they only played 2 games.
Sam Long got the start for the San Francisco Giants in this one. He has a 1.35 ERA, with 6 strikes and a .75 whip. He only pitched 1 inning and took the loss while working as the Giants' opener for the third time in the last six games.
San Francisco Giants right-hander, Alex Wood will be the starter for this one. This season he has a 2.51 ERA, with 16 strikes and a 1.19 whip.
The Giants were able to pull off a sweep in a series with the Nationals last week.
The Giants are 21-5 in their last 26 games following an off day and are 4-1 in their last 5 vs. National League East. The Giants are also 42-12 in their last 54 games as a favorite.The Nationals are 16-35 in their last 51 road games and are 22-55 in their last 77 overall. The Nationals are 22-55 in their last 77 games on grass and are 8-20 in their last 28 games vs. a left-handed starter. The Nationals have struggled mightly and this doesn’t seem like a good spot for them to start this series.
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