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    Atlanta Braves (23-23) @ San Francisco Giants (28-20) 5/28-5/31


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    ATLANTA BRAVES (23-23) @ SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS (28-20)





    Thursday MAY 28, 2015 @ 10:15 PM

    Shelby Miller, RHP (5-1) 1.50 ERA/3.22 FIP/3.78 xFIP



    With an expanded repertoire that now includes both a sinker and a cutter, Miller has proven to be one of the game's most dominant pitchers this year. He has limited opponents to a .144 batting average in his past four starts.
    Chris Heston, RHP (4-3) 4.33 ERA/3.86 FIP/3.48 xFIP



    Heston has a 12.91 ERA in his last two starts, but this has been overlooked largely because the Giants won both games. His record is much better on the road (3-1) than at home, but his ERA at AT&T Park (2.77) is far better than away from it (5.79).

    FRIDAY MAY 29, 2015 @ 10:15 PM

    Mike Foltynewicz, RHP (3-1) 4.25 ERA/3.83 FIP/4.49 xFIP



    While shying away from his changeup recently, Foltynewicz has produced better whiff rates with his curveball and slider. The rookie's command proven to be much better than expected when he joined Atlanta's rotation earlier this month.
    Tim Hudson, RHP (2-4) 5.04 ERA/5.09 FIP/4.27 xFIP



    Hudson has yielded five earned runs or more in three of his nine starts. His ratios of strikeouts to walks (1.73) and home runs per nine innings (1.3) are personal worsts. His ERA would set another unwanted precedent if it remains above 4.86.
    SATURDAY MAY 30, 2015 @ 10:05 PM

    Williams Perez, RHP (0-0) 4.05 ERA/3.27 FIP/2.92 xFIP



    Though he has produced promising results through his first two career starts, Perez has encountered frequent trouble. He has induced timely ground balls with his sinker. His curveball and changeup weren't as effective his last time out.
    Tim Lincecum, RHP (5-2) 2.56 ERA/4.01 FIP/4.35 xFIP



    Lincecum surrendered three homers in his previous outing after allowing just one in 47 2/3 innings beforehand, but picked up the win. He holds a career 2.76 ERA in 15 starts against the Braves, striking out 103 in 98 innings.


    SUNDAY MAY 31, 2015 @ 4:05 PM

    Julio Teheran, RHP (4-2) 4.91 ERA/5.16 FIP/4.14 xFIP



    Teheran has battled inconsistent command throughout this frustration-filled season. He has allowed at least 10 hits in three of his past six starts. Left-handed hitters have produced a .456 on-base percentage against him.
    Madison Bumgarner, LHP (6-2) 3.00 ERA/3.53 FIP/3.70 xFIP



    If Bumgarner arranged to pitch on the last day of May, it wouldn't be surprising. He's 9-1 in May decisions over the last two seasons, more than any other pitcher in this particular time span.


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    Been awhile since I've done a GT. I like your format RSD.

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    4 games against these bastards, I just hate going west.

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    Three out of 4. Calling it now

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    Actually match up really well with them..

    but with the Giants that really doesn't matter. Their luck and peskiness have no bounds.

    Hell, it's a different Braves team with a different style...lets see if they give them fits.

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    Peterson
    Maybin
    Freeman
    Marky
    Uribe
    A.J
    Cunnigham
    Simba
    Shelby

    Go get them boys.

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    Gonna be interesting to see how we match up with them. After that lopsided series against the Dodgers I think we can actually beat Tue giants tho. Let's get them boys. Pitch us a gem tonight Shelby. Since everyone keeps saying that Shelby is overrated and he's gonna start sucking eventually here. I hope he proves everyone wrong.

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    Our offense has been in a coma for a while, I guess that if Freeman isn't hitting the team is won't score runs.

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    Losing 0-1 runner at first and no outs pinch hitter Ciriaco comes to bat, I will say that it is a good time for a sac bunt. Fredi things otherwise...I really don't get why he doesn't bunt more often.

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    How can our bullpen be so terrible? I seriously don't trust anybody in our bullpen to hold the lead. Grilli and Johnson are probably the best we have, but who can we trust? Avilan has been better this year, I guess.

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