Los Angeles Angels vs San Francisco Giants Prediction, 6/1/2021 MLB Pick, Tips and Odds
Game: Los Angeles Angels vs San Francisco Giants
Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021
Location: Oracle Park in San Francisco, CA
TV: NBC Sports Bay Area
Odds/Point Spread: Los Angeles (+133) San Francisco (-144)
Oracle Park is the venue where Alex Wood and the San Francisco Giants (33-20, 2nd in NL West) will take on the Los Angeles Angels (24-29, 4th in AL West) on Tuesday. The Angels open this contest at +133 while the Giants are coming in at -144. The over/under is set at 7.5. The pitchers taking the mound will be Andrew Heaney and Alex Wood.
The Angels have accumulated 81 two-baggers as a team and have smacked 66 balls out of the park. Los Angeles has a slugging percentage of .413 and have struck out 455 times, while drawing a walk on 137 occasions. As a unit, the Los Angeles Angels are compiling 4.5 runs per game, which is 13th in baseball. They have 225 RBI's as well as 435 base knocks on the year, while their average at the plate is sitting at .247. They have 238 runs scored while holding a team on-base percentage of .307.
The Angels hold a team earned run average of 5.03 this season (29th in the league), and they have rung up 515 batters. They have accrued a K/BB ratio of 2.38 and the pitching staff has a collective WHIP of 1.44. Angels pitchers have given up 72 home runs and also 282 runs (29th in the league). Their pitching staff has walked 216 opposing batters and their FIP is 4.43 as a team so far this season.
Angels relief pitchers have entered the game with players on base 79 times as well as having 54 appearances in high leverage situations. The relievers have accumulated 21 holds on the season (23rd in baseball). The Angels bullpen have a save rate of 57.1% and has entered the game in 42 save situations. They have 12 saves on the season and have blown 9 of 21 save opportunities. The relief pitchers have inherited 110 base runners this season with 39.1% of those players earned a run for their team. The Angels have dispatched 187 relievers to the mound this year.
The Los Angeles Angels are sitting with 1,385 putouts on the campaign, as well as 451 assists and 43 errors. Their fielding percentage is currently at .977 which has them sitting 30th in professional baseball, and they have twisted 368 double plays. The Angels have converted 66.8% of balls hit into play into outs out of their 4,155 innings on the diamond, which has them sitting 29th in the majors.
Heaney has pitched in 549 frames and is sitting with 555 strikeouts in his pro baseball career. Heaney (26-32 career win-loss record) has a FIP of 4.36 and he has gone up against 2,316 hitters during his time in the major leagues. His ERA is 4.51 (275 ER's allowed) and his WHIP is 1.251. He has surrendered 533 hits (8.7 hits per nine innings) with 154 walks.
The Giants have a team slugging percentage of .413 and they average 4.81 runs per game (9th in the league). They have recorded 77 two-baggers, while taking a walk 209 times as well as notching 255 runs. San Francisco has knocked in 75 HRs this season and 242 runs batted in. They have been called out on strikes on 521 instances (6th in the league) and have notched a total of 401 hits. The San Francisco Giants have recorded a team on-base percentage of .318 in addition to a batting average of .231 on the year.
The San Francisco pitching staff have allowed 191 runs over the course of the season while holding a team ERA of 3.33 (174 earned runs given up). They have conceded 56 home runs and they relinquish 3.66 runs per 9 innings (3rd in the league). The Giants have a WHIP of 1.151 in addition to having a FIP of 3.73 as a unit on the campaign. They have earned a K/BB ratio of 3.21 (465 strikeouts against 145 walks). They are currently ranked 12th in MLB as a pitching staff in total hits allowed with 396.
San Francisco relievers have an inherited score percentage of 41.3% out of their 46 inherited runners. Their relief pitchers have stepped onto the hill 66 times in high leverage situations in addition to 34 occasions with runners on base. With 73 save situations, the Giants have amassed 39 holds and 13 blown saves. They are currently ranked 15th in the league holding a save percentage of 61.8%, and they have dispatched 180 relievers onto the diamond over the course of the season. San Francisco has had bullpen pitchers take the mound in 34 save chances and they have walked away with 21 saves.
Out of their 4,230 innings played, the Giants have accumulated a defensive efficiency of 71.7% (5th in MLB). The San Francisco Giants have turned 36 double plays and have notched a fielding percentage of .989 (1st in MLB). The Giants have recorded 480 assists, 21 errors and have earned 1,410 putouts this year.
Wood (58-46 career win-loss mark) holds a 3.39 earned run average and has conceded 8.4 hits per nine innings. He has a K/BB ratio of 3.27 and he has faced 3,736 opposing batters in his career. He has conceded a total of 339 earned runs while holding a WHIP of 1.222 and having a FIP of 3.5. During his career, Wood has surrendered 844 base hits while he has earned 833 punch outs in 899 innings.
Who will win tonight's baseball game against the spread?
Tony Sink's Pick: Take Los Angeles (+133)
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