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  1. #1
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    A win, perhaps? Arizona Diamondbacks (39-54) @ San Francisco Giants (50-42) - 7/11-13

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    ARIZONA DBACKS (39-54) @ SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS (50-42)

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    Game 1: Friday, July 11th @ 7:15 PM

    VS.
    Mike Bolsinger..........Tim Lincecum

    Code:
                                Bolsinger         Lincecum
                                8        Starts   18
                                1        Wins     8
                                5        Losses   5         
                                5.13     ERA      3.91                  
                                1.54     WHIP     1.28                  
                                47.1     IP       106.0
                                43       K's      95
                                15       BB's     42

    Scouting Report:
    Dbacks: Bolsinger got the run support in his most recent start that he lacked in his previous two, but he surrendered seven runs (five earned) against the Braves. He has pitched at least six innings in three of his past five starts.

    Giants: Lincecum has shaved nearly a run off his ERA while allowing one earned run in 23 1/3 innings spanning his last three starts. If Lincecum can win, he'd equal his highest victory total by the All-Star break since he was 9-4 in 2010.

    Game 2: Saturday, July 12th @ 1:05 PM


    VS.
    Wade Miley......Ryan Vogelsong

    Code:
                                Miley             Vogelsong        
                                19       Starts   18
                                4        Wins     5
                                6        Losses   6         
                                4.43     ERA      3.92                  
                                1.25     WHIP     1.30                  
                                120.0    IP       103.1
                                114      K's      90
                                35       BB's     32

    Scouting Report:
    Dbacks: Miley is coming off two strong starts. Last time out in Atlanta, he held the Braves to one run over 6 2/3 innings. The start prior, he allowed just two runs over eight innings while striking out 10 Pirates.

    Giants: Vogelsong has compiled a 3.06 ERA in 10 starts this year at AT&T Park, yet the Giants are 4-6 in those games. He has allowed two home runs in his last 14 games after allowing five long balls in his first four starts.

    Game 3: Sunday, July 13th @ 1:05 PM

    VS.
    Chase Anderson..........Madison Bumgarner
    Code:
                                Anderson          Bumgarner 
                                10       Starts   19
                                6        Wins     9
                                4        Losses   7         
                                3.64     ERA      3.36                  
                                1.40     WHIP     1.23                  
                                54.1     IP       120.2
                                47       K's      123
                                19       BB's     32

    Scouting Report:
    Dbacks: Anderson finally got back on the winning side of the ledger last time out when he held the Marlins to one run in six innings. It snapped a four-start losing streak that followed a five-start winning streak to open his career.

    Giants: Oddly, Bumgarner has struggled at pitcher-friendly AT&T Park this year, where he's 3-5 with a 5.16 ERA. Lifetime, he owns more sensible statistics at home, where he's 26-21 with a 3.18 ERA.


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    Goldschmidt and Pence are both my Beat the Streak picks for tonight.

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    Pence
    Belt
    Sandoval
    Morse
    Sanchez
    Colvin
    Panik
    Crawford
    Lincecum

    I hate that he bats Crawford 8th. At least Colvin is starting in CF.

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    Pythagorean records and win expectancy have value
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    Best regular season record = best team
    Regular season > Post season
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    Quote Originally Posted by RTL View Post
    Goldschmidt and Pence are both my Beat the Streak picks for tonight.
    What's your streak at?
    #JoergerBomb

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    - "He is as smart as Peyton, as accurate as Brady, tougher than Ben and as athletic as RG3." - Anonymous Head Coach on Andrew Luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfgiants1213 View Post
    What's your streak at?
    Just eight at the moment. Longest has been just 19

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    Quote Originally Posted by RTL View Post
    Pence
    Belt
    Sandoval
    Morse
    Sanchez
    Colvin
    Panik
    Crawford
    Lincecum

    I hate that he bats Crawford 8th. At least Colvin is starting in CF.
    Yeah, what the hell does Crawford need to do to not bat 8th?







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    Hit more dingerz. Duh.

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    Since his no hitter, I have been more excited for Timmy starts than any other part of this team

    Rally Huddy

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    Not that it needs to be said, but I will anyway. Since the Giants started their skid on June 9th, they're 8-21, giving up an average of 4.5 runs/game while scoring only 2.8 runs/game, and a run differential of -49.
    Last edited by Rush; 07-11-2014 at 09:25 PM.

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    That's pretty brutal

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    Not that it matters, but why does Bochy insist upon Sanchez batting fairly high in the order? Colvin or Crawford are better candidates to bat 5th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SFrush90 View Post
    Not that it matters, but why does Bochy insist upon Sanchez batting fairly high in the order? Colvin or Crawford are better candidates to bat 5th.
    Obviously it's bochy's way of keeping Colvin and Crawford in their usual-ish spots for consistency, but yeah it's annoying and hurts us offensively.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SFrush90 View Post
    Not that it matters, but why does Bochy insist upon Sanchez batting fairly high in the order? Colvin or Crawford are better candidates to bat 5th.
    Agreed. Panda goes deep, 2-0!!

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    Best regular season record = best team
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    Isn't this a nice change of pace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SFrush90 View Post
    Not that it needs to be said, but I will anyway. Since the Giants started their skid on June 9th, they're 8-21, giving up an average of 4.5 runs/game while scoring only 2.8 runs/game, and a run differential of -49.
    I hate you for posting this sadness.

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