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San Francisco Giants 2024 World Series Odds

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Manager Gabe Kapler started with a bang by leading the San Francisco Giants to a 107-55 record in 2021. But the then-first-year manager and his team ran out of steam with a 3-2 NLDS loss to the hated arch-rival Los Angeles Dodgers. And that proved to be the beginning of the end for Kapler. San Francisco fell to 81-81 in 2022 and then 79-83 last season. The erratic Kapler was let go, and veteran MLB manager Bob Melvin will take over. Melvin has led three different franchises to the MLB playoffs. However, a lackluster offseason has gamblers lukewarm about San Francisco in the 2024 future market.

2024 MLB World Series Betting Odds

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In 2023, the San Francisco Giants had a record of 79-83 and finished 4th in the National League West Division. Offensively, San Francisco ranked 24th for runs scored, 28th for batting average, 26th for OPS, 19th for home runs, and 30th for stolen bases.

Defensively, San Francisco ranked 11th for earned run average, 11th for WHIP, 24th for strikeouts, 18th for quality starts, 30th for fewest errors, and 14th for bullpen ERA. San Francisco was -926 on the moneyline and -2707 on the run line.

Last season, the Giants drowned gamblers in red ink. San Francisco proved to be overvalued with overlay prices by a public that was still enamored with their 2021 rampage. This year, gamblers will take a wait-and-see approach on a team they have soured on.

Key offseason acquisitions: CF Jung Hoo Lee, DH Jorge Soler, RHP Jordan Hicks, LHP Robbie Ray, C Tom Murphy

Key offseason departures: SS Brandon Crawford, DH Joc Pederson, OF Mitch Haniger, LHP Sean Manaea, RHP Ross Stripling, RHP Anthony DeSclafani, LHP Alex Wood, RHP Jakob Junis, RHP John Brebbia, LHP Scott Alexander

The Giants went into the offseason looking to improve their athleticism and defense, which they took a step toward addressing by signing Lee to a six-year, $113 million deal. Still, they were unable to fill their superstar void following their failed pursuits for Shohei Ohtani and Yoshinobu Yamamoto, who are now teammates with the rival Dodgers.

To gamblers, the major concern is how will the starting rotation hold up in the first half? Logan Webb will return to anchor the starting staff, but the Giants will be relying heavily on a converted reliever (Hicks) and three relatively unproven arms (Kyle Harrison, Keaton Winn, and Tristan Beck) to cover a ton of innings until Alex Cobb (left hip surgery) and Ray (Tommy John surgery) are ready to return to action.

San Francisco ranks 14th for MLB payroll.

San Francisco Giants Key Players

RHP Logan Webb is the number-one starter for San Francisco. In 2023, Webb was 11-13 with a 32.5 ERA and 1.07 WHIP.

RHP Camilo Doval is the San Francisco closer. Last year, he was 6-6 with a 2.93 ERA and 1.14 WHIP with 39 saves in 47 opportunities.

RF LF Michael Conforto produced 58 runs, 14 doubles, 15 home runs, and 58 runs batted in with a .239 average and .718 OPS.

San Francisco Giants Manager

Bob Melvin has a career record of 1517-1425 with eight playoff appearances. He is a three-time Manager of the Year.

Season-by-Season Record (Since 2015)

2023 79 83 4th -
2022 81 81 3rd -
2021 107 55 1st Lost NLDS (Dodgers) 3–2
2020 29 31 3rd -
2019 77 85 3rd -
2018 73 89 4th -
2017 64 98 5th -
2016 87 75 2nd Lost NLDS (Cubs) 3–1
2015 84 78 2nd -
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