San Francisco Giants vs Texas Rangers Matchup

The over/under line for Sunday's Giants vs. Rangers interleague matchup is at 8 runs, and the Rangers are favored on the money line at -160. The money line odds for a Giants win are sitting at +134, and they are the underdog on the run line (+135).

First pitch from Globe Life Field in Arlington is set for 1:05 PM ET. Keaton Winn is starting for the Giants, and he is facing off against Nathan Eovaldi. San Francisco is 32-33, while the Rangers are 30-34.

San Francisco vs. Texas Matchup At A Glance

  • Teams: Giants at Rangers
  • Where: Globe Life Field Arlington
  • Date: Sunday, June 9th
  • Betting Odds TEX -160 | SF +134 O/U 8

Giants vs Rangers Last Game Recap

It was a low-scoring game in the most recent game of this Giants vs Rangers series. San Francisco went into the matchup as +100 underdogs and squeaked out a 3-1 win. Heading into the game, the Giants had lost the previous game of the series.

Texas got on the board first in the game, scoring one run in the first inning. After that, the Giants' pitching staff shut down the Rangers' offense, as they didn't score another run until putting up one in the 8th. As for the Giants, they scored their first run in the 1st and added two insurance runs in the 3rd.

Spencer Howard only went 4 2/3 innings for the Giants but gave up just one run and one hit. He finished the game with two strikeouts but issued three walks. Erik Miller came out of the bullpen for the win, and Camilo Doval got the save.

Giants Preview

San Francisco has a 32-33 record and is 8.5 games behind the Dodgers in the NL West. They are a half-game behind the Padres for the second spot in the division. The Giants have a 13-13 record in divisional games and have lost two straight series.

On the road, the Giants are 15-19 straight up and 19-15 against the run line. Their games have averaged 9.0 runs this season, and the over/under record is 34-29. In games with an 8-run total, the over has hit 7 times and the under 6 times.

Right-hander Keaton Winn gets the start for the Giants today as he faces the Rangers on the road. He has made nine starts this year and has a record of 3-6 with an ERA of 6.17. Looking at his overall numbers, Winn has a WHIP of 1.30 and has allowed a total of five home runs. In his last outing, Winn gave up five earned runs in four innings of work, taking the loss. He has lost each of his last three starts. Winn's ERA on the road is 19.04 compared to 5.06 at home.

San Francisco's offense is batting a collective .247 this season, which is 6th in the league. They have been a good home run hitting team so far, but their 4.3 runs per game is just 16th in the league. The Giants have been a better offensive team on the road, averaging 4.6 runs per contest.

Thairo Estrada, Matt Chapman, and Michael Conforto are all tied for the team lead with eight home runs. Estrada is also the team's leading run producer, with 32 RBIs. Jorge Soler is 2nd on the team in homers but is batting just .210 for the season. Heliot Ramos has been hot of late, going 11/22 in his last six games, with four homers and 10 RBIs.

Rangers Preview

After winning five of their previous six games, the Rangers have now dropped two straight and are five games under .500 with a 30-34 record. They trail the Mariners by five games in the AL West.

When the Rangers win, they tend to win big, as their average run margin in victories is 4.1 runs per game. Their overall run line record is 27-37, and the under has hit in 39 of their 62 games this season. The O/U line for today's game is set at 8 runs, which is lower than their season average of 8.6 runs per game.

Through nine starts, Nathan Eovaldi has a record of 2-2 and an ERA of 2.70. He has made three quality starts this year and is coming off an outing in which he didn't allow an earned run. In that June 3rd start vs. the Tigers, Eovaldi went 5 2/3 innings, giving up just one earned run. He finished with a no-decision in the outing. Eovaldi's ERA at home is 2.28, compared to 4.19 on the road. Opponents are batting .206 off the right-hander this season. Per nine innings, Eovaldi has 9.54 strikeouts and 3.42 walks.

Adolis Garcia and Corey Seager have been the Rangers' top power threats this season, with both players having 13 home runs. Garcia is batting just .216, but his 40 RBIs are the best on the team and 13th in the league. Seager has been swinging a hot bat of late, going 10/28 in his last eight games with two homers and six RBIs. Marcus Semien is also a threat to go deep, as his 10 homers are 2nd on the team and 12th in the league.

Overall, the Rangers are 15th in the league in scoring, averaging 4.3 runs per game. They have been a better offensive team on the road, averaging 4.9 runs per contest. As a team, they are batting .241 and have the 10th best on-base percentage in the league. So far, they have been a tough team to strike out, with the 6th fewest strikeouts in the league.

Giants vs. Rangers Prediction: Giants ML +134

Our prediction for today's Giants vs. Rangers game is to take the Giants on the money line, with the payout being +134. We actually have the Giants winning this one by a score of 6-4.

If you're looking for a prediction for a player to pick up a win, we have Keaton Winn's chances of getting a win slightly better than Nathan Eovaldi. Eovaldi is projected to finish with six strikeouts compared to Winn with seven.

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