San Francisco Giants MLB Betting Odds

San Francisco Giants MLB Betting Odds

San Francisco Giants MLB Betting

The San Francisco Giants are coming off their fourth consecutive losing season and are longshots for the 2021 National League pennant and World Series. Manager Gabe Kapler remains a hot topic of debate with baseball fans and gamblers. His time in Philadelphia was not impressive, and many have wondered why the Giants would take a chance on him as they try and dig out. On the positive, the Giants did make progress at the plate last year and had a respectable bullpen. Kapler was given credit for squeezing more out the Giants than most expected. Starting pitching remains a perpetual concern for San Francisco, who is considered far below the top two teams in the National League West Division; the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres.

San Francisco Giants at a Glance

Manager: Gabe Kapler

Home Stadium: Oracle Park

World Series Championships: 8 ( Last, 2014 )

League Pennants: 23 ( Last, 2014 )

Division Titles: 8 ( Last, 2012 )

Odds to Win World Series: +18000 (March 2021)

Odds to Win National League Pennant: +10000 (March 2021)

2021 Season Preview

The San Francisco Giants finished the 2020 season with a record of 29-31 and 29-22-8 over the total. The Giants rank 8th for runs scored, 5th for batting average, 6th for OPS, and 13th for home runs. On the hill, San Francisco ranked 18th for earned run average, 16th for WHIP, 23rd for quality starts, and 12th for the bullpen. San Francisco ranked 25th for the fewest errors committed.

One positive in the Giants rebuild was that they cleared many old and large contracts off the books. This action will give San Francisco much more flexibility in the future. Although they did not have a blockbuster offseason, the Giants are moving in the right direction. By all accounts, their worst days are behind them.

Right fielder Mike Yastrzemski has a familiar last name to veteran baseball fans and gamblers. In fact, he is the grandson of Red Sox Hall of Fame legend Carl Yastrzemski. Last year, Yaz made the second team All-MLB. He hit .297 with ten home runs, 14 doubles, 39 runs, 35 runs batted in, and an OPS of .968.

Left fielder Alex Dickerson had his best season in the majors for 2020. Dickerson hit .298 with a .947 OPS, 28 runs, ten doubles, ten home runs, and 27 runs batted in.

With a loaded roster of young talent, all the Giants will need is some time to gain experience.

2021 San Francisco Giants Schedule

April 1-4: at Seattle Mariners

April 5-7: at San Diego Padres

April 9-11: Colorado Rockies

April 12-14: Cincinnati Reds

April 16-18: at Miami Marlins

April 19-21: at Philadelphia Phillies

April 22-25: Miami Marlins

April 26-28: Colorado Rockies

April 30-May 2: at San Diego Padres

May 3-4: at Colorado Rockies

May 7-9: San Diego Padres

May 10-11: Texas Rangers

May 13-16: at Pittsburgh Pirates

May 17-20: at Cincinnati Reds

May 21-23: Los Angeles Dodgers

May 25-26: at Arizona Diamondbacks

May 27-30: at Los Angeles Dodgers

May 31-June 1: Los Angeles Angels

June 3-6: Chicago Cubs

June 8-9: at Texas Rangers

June 10-13: at Washington Nationals

June 14-17: Arizona Diamondbacks

June 18-20: Philadelphia Phillies

June 22-23: at Los Angeles Angels

June 25-27: Oakland Athletics

June 28-29: at Los Angeles Dodgers

July 1-4: at Arizona Diamondbacks

July 5-7: St. Louis Cardinals

July 9-11: Washington Nationals

July 16-18: at St. Louis Cardinals

July 19: at Los Angeles Dodgers

July 33-25: Pittsburgh Pirates

July 27-29: Los Angeles Dodgers

July 30-August 1: Houston Astros

August 2-5: at Arizona Diamondbacks

August 6-8: at Milwaukee Brewers

August 10-11: Arizona Diamondbacks

August 12-15: Colorado Rockies

August 16-18: New York Mets

August 20-22: at Oakland A’s

August 24-26: at New York Mets

August 27-29: at Atlanta Braves

August 30-September 2: Milwaukee Brewers

September 3-5: Los Angeles Dodgers

September 6-8: at Colorado Rockies

September 10-13: at Chicago Cubs

September 13-16: San Diego Padres

September 17-19: Atlanta Braves

September 21-23: at San Diego Padres

September 24-26: at Colorado Rockies

September 28-30: Arizona Diamondbacks

October 1-3: San Diego Padres

Statistics By Year (2010)

YEAR RECORD HOME AWAY MONEY O/U DIVISION FINISH
2020 29-31 17-13 12-18 +605 29-22-8 3rd
2019 77-85 35-46 42-39 +761 78-75-9 3rd
2018 73-89 42-39 31-50 -856 69-86-7 4th
2017 64-98 38-43 26-55 -3,778 74-76-12 5th
2016 87-75 45-36 42-39 -754 75-82-5 2nd
2015 84-78 47-34 37-44 -70 79-73-10 2nd
2014 88-74 45-36 43-38 +802 76-76-10 2nd
2013 76-86 41-40 35-46 -2,095 73-80-9 3rd
2012 94-68 48-33 46-35 +1,999 86-70-6 1st
2011 86-76 46-35 40-41 -453 70-85-7 2nd
2010 92-70 49-32 43-38 +1,399 74-81-7 1st

Year-By-Year History (2010)

YEAR RECORD STANDING POSTSEASON
2020 29-31 3rd -
2019 77-85 3rd -
2018 73-89 4th -
2017 64-98 5th -
2016 87-75 2nd Lost NLDS
2015 84-78 2nd -
2014 88-74 2nd Won World Series
2013 76-86 3rd -
2012 94-68 1st Won World Series
2011 86-76 2nd -
2010 92-70 1st Won World Series
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