San Francisco Giants vs Washington Nationals Prediction, 6/11/2021 MLB Pick, Tips and Odds
Game: San Francisco Giants vs Washington Nationals
Date: Friday, June 11, 2021
Location: Nationals Park in Washington, D.C.
Odds/Point Spread: San Francisco (+150) Washington (-167)
Kevin Gausman and the San Francisco Giants (38-23, 1st in NL West) head to Nationals Park on Friday where they'll meet the Washington Nationals (25-33, 4th in NL East). The Nationals open this game at -167 while the Giants are priced at +150. The O/U opens at 8.5. The pitchers taking the mound will be Kevin Gausman and Erick Fedde.
As a unit, the San Francisco Giants are compiling 4.9 runs/g, which ranks them 9th in baseball. They have notched a total of 296 runs scored while holding a team OBP of .321. The Giants have compiled 86 doubles as a team and have hit 90 baseballs out of the stadium. They have compiled 280 runs batted in in addition to 470 hits so far this year, and their team batting average is at .234. San Francisco has a slugging % of .420 and have been rung up 589 times, while taking a walk on 244 occasions.
The Giants hold a team earned run average of 3.28 on the season (5th in baseball), and their staff has struck out 532 hitters. They have earned a strikeout to walk ratio of 3.24 and the pitching staff has earned a collective WHIP of 1.12. Giants pitchers have conceded 63 home runs and also 222 runs (4th in baseball). Their pitching staff has walked 164 batters and their FIP sits at 3.73 as a squad this year.
The Giants relievers have a save percentage of 62.2% and has come into the game in 83 save situations. The relievers have inherited 57 base runners for the year with 43.9% of them ended up scoring. Giants pitchers have entered the game with runners on base 40 times and also have had 73 appearances in high leverage situations. The Giants have sent 208 relievers to the hill on the season. The bullpen have accumulated 45 holds for the season (2nd in baseball). They have tallied 23 saves for the year and have missed out on 14 of their 37 save opportunities.
The Giants have converted 72.4% of balls hit into play into outs out of 4,893 innings on the diamond, which ranks them 3rd in MLB. The San Francisco Giants have a tally of 1,631 putouts so far this season, as well as 559 assists and 26 errors. Their fielding rate is at .988 which is 3rd in professional baseball, and have accumulated 340 double plays.
Gausman has pitched in 1,063 innings and has earned 1,027 K's so far in his pro baseball career. Gausman (57-66 win-loss mark in his career) sits with a FIP of 3.92 while he has faced 4,485 hitters during his time in the major leagues. His ERA is 4.04 (477 earned runs allowed) and he has a WHIP of 1.288. He has given up 1,057 base knocks (8.9 hits per nine innings) with 312 free passes.
The Nationals hold a slugging percentage of .385 and they are recording 3.88 runs per game (25th in the league). They have put up 84 doubles, while getting a free base 175 times and putting up 225 runs. Washington has accumulated 58 home runs on the year to go along with 216 runs batted in. They have struck out on 505 instances (25th in baseball) and have earned 474 base knocks. The Washington Nationals are sitting with a team on-base percentage of .317 and a team batting average of .246 this season.
The Washington pitching staff have given up 256 runs this year while holding a team ERA of 4.14 (230 earned runs allowed). They have surrendered 77 long balls and they allow 4.61 runs per 9 innings (17th in baseball). The Nationals hold a team WHIP of 1.266 in addition to having a FIP of 4.47 as a staff over the course of the season. They have earned a K/BB ratio of 2.50 (508 strikeouts vs 203 walks). They are currently ranked 4th in MLB as a pitching staff in total hits surrendered with 430.
Washington relief pitchers have an inherited score percentage of 29.4% of 68 inherited runners. Their relievers have taken the field 46 times in high leverage situations and also on 44 occasions with base runners. Sitting with 45 save situations, the Nationals have 26 holds in addition to 7 blown saves. They sit at 14th in MLB with a save rate of 61.1%, and they have dispatched 198 bullpen pitchers to the hill so far this season. Washington has had relief pitchers enter the contest in 18 save chances and they have come away with 11 saves.
The Washington Nationals have turned 44 double plays and have notched a fielding percentage of .984 (12th in professional baseball). The Nationals have accrued 488 assists, 33 errors and have accounted for 1,501 putouts on the season. In their 4,503 innings on the diamond, the Nationals have earned a defensive efficiency of 71.2% (8th in baseball).
In his MLB career, Fedde has conceded 239 hits while he has tallied 166 punch outs in 233 frames. Fedde (11-15 record in his career) has a 4.98 earned run average while allowing 9.2 hits per 9 innings. He has allowed 129 ER's while holding a WHIP of 1.466 and having a FIP of 5.4. He has a strikeout to walk ratio of 1.61 and he has faced 1,016 hitters so far in his pro baseball career.
So what is Tonights Parlay prediction?
Parlay's Pundit's Pick: Take Washington (-167) and under 8.5 runs
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