The Atlanta Braves (80-42) and Eddie Rosario (four hits last time out) are favored (-230) on the moneyline for their matchup with the San Francisco Giants (64-59) on Sunday at 1:35 PM ET on MLB Network.
Max Fried gets the starting nod for Atlanta while Jakob Junis is San Francisco’s starter for the contest.
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Braves and Giants Betting Trends
The Braves have won 65.5% of the games this season when they were favored on the moneyline (72-38).
In games it has played as moneyline favorites with odds of -230 or shorter, Atlanta has a 20-7 record (winning 74.1% of its games).
This season, the Giants have won 28 out of the 55 games, or 50.9%, in which they’ve been the underdog.
San Francisco has played as an underdog of +189 or more once this season and lost that game.
The Braves have had an over/under set by bookmakers 122 times, and have combined with opponents to go over the total in 66 of those games (66-53-3).
Games involving the Giants have gone over the total set by oddsmakers in 51 of 122 chances this season.
Braves Stats & Insights
The Braves are the highest scoring team in MLB action averaging 5.8 runs per game (712 total).
The Atlanta Braves average 1.9 home runs per game and have hit an MLB-best 234 home runs in total.
The Braves have a league-high .275 batting average.
Atlanta strikes out 8.1 times per game to rank sixth in MLB.
The pitching staff for the Braves has a collective 9.4 K/9, the fifth-best in MLB.
Atlanta has a 3.81 team ERA that ranks fourth across all MLB pitching staffs.
Giants Stats & Insights
The Giants have scored the 21st-most runs in the league this season with 531 (4.3 per game).
San Francisco has hit 134 homers this season, which ranks 20th in the majors.
The Giants have a team batting average of .238 this season, which ranks 22nd among MLB teams.
San Francisco ranks just 27th in MLB in strikeouts per game with an average of 9.4 whiffs per contest.
The Giants strike out 8.7 batters per nine innings as a pitching staff, 15th in MLB.
San Francisco has pitched to a 3.97 ERA this season, which ranks ninth in baseball.
Braves Key Players to Watch
Fried (4-1) takes the mound for the Braves in his ninth start of the season. He has a 2.57 ERA in 42 2/3 innings pitched, with 39 strikeouts.
Ronald Acuna Jr. leads Atlanta with a batting average of .333. He’s also hit 28 home runs with 74 RBI.
Matt Olson is batting .271 this season with a team-high 43 home runs and 108 RBI.
Austin Riley is slashing .281/.341/.515 this season for the Braves.
Marcell Ozuna has collected 97 hits this season and has an OBP of .328. He’s slugging .487 on the year.
Giants Key Players to Watch
Junis heads to the mound for the Giants to make his third start of the season, seeking his fourth win.
Michael Conforto has 12 doubles, 15 home runs and 46 walks while batting .250.
Wilmer Flores has shown his power as he paces his team with 16 home runs.
LaMonte Wade Jr paces the Giants with a team-high batting average of .259.
Thairo Estrada is batting .271 with 21 doubles, a triple, 10 home runs and 17 walks.
Braves and Giants Injuries
Braves: Sam Hilliard: 10 Day IL (Heel), Ozzie Albies: 10 Day IL (Hamstring), Daysbel Hernández: 15 Day IL (Forearm), Nick Anderson: 60 Day IL (Shoulder), Dylan Lee: 60 Day IL (Shoulder), Jesse Chávez: 60 Day IL (Shin), Kyle Wright: 60 Day IL (Shoulder), Kolby Allard: 60 Day IL (Shoulder), Ehire Adrianza: 60 Day IL (Elbow), Huascar Ynoa: 60 Day IL (Elbow), Tyler Matzek: 60 Day IL (Elbow)
Giants: A.J. Pollock: 10 Day IL (Oblique), Mark Mathias: 10 Day IL (Shoulder), Mike Yastrzemski: 10 Day IL (Hamstring), Ross Stripling: 15 Day IL (Back), Anthony DeSclafani: 60 Day IL (Elbow), John Brebbia: 60 Day IL (Lat), Mitch Haniger: 60 Day IL (Forearm), Roberto Pérez: 60 Day IL (Shoulder), Cole Waites: 60 Day IL (Elbow), Thomas Szapucki: 60 Day IL (Arm), LaMonte Wade Jr: day-to-day (Side)