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San Francisco Giants MLB Betting Odds

Where did those guys come from? That was the question of fans and gamblers last year regarding the San Francisco Giants. After four consecutive losing seasons, San Francisco was ignored in the futures market prior to the 2021 season. However, the Giants went 107-55 to surprise everyone and win the National League West.

Unfortunately, the archrival Los Angeles Dodgers eliminated the Giants in the NLCS. Still, it was a banner campaign for San Francisco. Now the question is if the Giants can keep it going or if they take a step back in 2022.

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: 9 (Last, 2021)

Odds to Win World Series: +16500 (August 5, 2022)

Odds to Win National League Pennant: +7200 (August 5, 2022)

2022 San Francisco Giants Season at the All-Star Break

The Giants have done a surprisingly good job of creating runs this season. San Francisco has the third-best offense in the majors despite hitting just .238 as a team and ranking 10th in home runs. That’s largely due to this lineup getting on base with its plate discipline. The Giants rank third in walks, as their platoon-based strategy has worked out well.

Joc Pederson has been one of the best hitters in the lineup. Pederson has an .848 OPS and leads the Giants with 17 home runs. He signed a one-year, $6 million contract with the team in the offseason, and he has proved that he should be an everyday player somewhere at the end of this year.

Austin Slater has been excellent in somewhat limited action too. Slater is hitting .303 and leads the Giants with an .866 OPS. He is not yet an everyday starter either though as the Giants play the lefty-righty game more than any other team in baseball.

San Francisco has received solid play out of Evan Longoria and Brandon Belt, and Mike Yastrzemski has played pretty well too. On the other side of the coin, Brandon Crawford has been a big disappointment after a strong 2021 campaign, as he is hitting just .215 with a .629 OPS in almost 300 plate appearances this season.

Logan Webb and Carlos Rodon have been the two best pitchers on the roster. Webb is 9-3 with a 1.105 WHIP and a 2.83 ERA, while Rodon is 8-5 with a 1.114 WHIP and a 2.66 ERA. There are reasonable concerns about Rodon’s durability though as he has not thrown more than 140 innings in a season since 2016, and he tailed off at the end of 2021 before suffering an injury.

2022 San Francisco Giants Season Schedule

March 31: at San Diego Padres

April 8-10: Miami Marlins

April 11-13: San Diego Padres

April 15-17: at Cleveland Guardians

April 18-21: at New York Mets

April 22-24: at Washington Nationals

April 26-27: Oakland A’s

April 29-May 1: Washington Nationals

May 3-4: at Los Angeles Dodgers

May 5-8: St. Louis Cardinals

May 9-11: Colorado Rockies

May 13-15: at St. Louis Cardinals

May 16-18: at Colorado Rockies

May 20-22: San Diego Padres

May 23-25: New York Mets

May 27-29: at Cincinnati Reds

May 30-June 1: at Philadelphia Phillies

June 2-5: at Miami Marlins

June 7-9: Colorado Rockies

June 10-12: Los Angeles Dodgers

June 13-15: Kansas City Royals

June 17-19: at Pittsburgh Pirates

June 20-23: at Atlanta Braves

June 24-26: Cincinnati Reds

June 28-29: Detroit Tigers

July 1-3: Chicago White Sox

July 4-6: at Arizona Diamondbacks

July 8-10: at San Diego Padres

July 11-13: Arizona Diamondbacks

July 14-17: Milwaukee Brewers

July 21-24: at Los Angeles Dodgers

July 25-27: at Arizona Diamondbacks

July 28-31: Chicago Cubs

August 1-4: Los Angeles Dodgers

August 6-7: at Oakland A’s

August 8-10: at San Diego Padres

August 12-14: Pittsburgh Pirates

August 15-18: Arizona Diamondbacks

August 19-21: at Colorado Rockies

August 23-24: at Detroit Tigers

August 26-28: at Minnesota Twins

August 29-31: San Diego Padres

September 2-4: Philadelphia Phillies

September 5-7: at Los Angeles Dodgers

September 9-11: at Chicago Cubs

September 12-14: Atlanta Braves

September 16-18: Los Angeles Dodgers

September 19-22: at Colorado Rockies

September 23-25: at Arizona Diamondbacks

September 27-29: Colorado Rockies

September 30-October 2: Arizona Diamondbacks

Statistics By Year (2010)

YEAR RECORD HOME AWAY MONEY O/U DIVISION FINISH
2021 109-58 55-29 54-29 +3608 76-86-5 1st
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
2021 109-58 1st Lost NLDS
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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