Kansas City Royals vs San Francisco Giants
Date: Monday June 13th, 09:45 ET
Location: Oracle Park
TV: Bally Sports Kansas City
Money Line: Royals +139 / Giants -165 (Everygame – Check out their 200% bonus on your deposit of only $25!)
Total Line: 8.0
Kansas City: Brady Singer (3-1, 4.33)
San Francisco: Alex Wood (3-5, 4.23)
Royals Projected Lineup
Emmanuel Rivera 3B
Michael A. Taylor CF
MJ Melendez C
Hunter Dozier 1B
Whit Merrifield 2B
Nicky Lopez SS
Salvador Perez C
Bobby Witt Jr. SS
Andrew Benintendi LF
Brady Singer P
Giants Projected Lineup
Luis Gonzalez P
Donovan Walton 2B
Evan Longoria 3B
Brandon Crawford SS
Curt Casali C
Wilmer Flores 3B
Joc Pederson LF
Tommy La Stella 2B
Mike Yastrzemski CF
Alex Wood P
STRAIGHT UP/ OVER/UNDER / RUN LINE RECORDS
Kansas City Royals: 20-39-0 SU / OU 32-25-2 / Run Line W/L 23-36-0
San Francisco Giants: 33-26-0 SU / OU 30-26-3 / Run Line W/L 28-31-0
The San Francisco Giants host the Kansas City Royals on Monday, June 13th at Oracle Park. The first pitch in this matchup is scheduled for 09:45 ET. The MLB Odds Board places San Francisco as the favorite (-165), with an OU line set at 8.0.
The Royals will look to bounce back from a tough loss to the Orioles by the score of 10-7. Kansas City’s pitching staff finished the game by allowing 15 hits, leading to 10 runs. On offense, the Royals’ 10 hits and 7 runs ended up not being enough to pull out the win. The Royals suffered the loss, despite being favored at -135.0. Through 15 games as the favorite, the team has found the win column at a rate of 47.0%. Together, the Royals and Orioles combined to surpass the over-under betting line set at 10.0 runs. So far, Kansas City has an above .500 over-under record of 32-25-2.
The Royals are looking to continue adding wins, as they are 3-2 over their last 5 games. Over this stretch, the team has a positive run differential at +8. Offensively, the team has put up 34 runs in their last 5 games. Kansas City’s season average comes in at 3.88 (27th. Kansas City’s overall series record is just 3-13-3.
San Francisco is coming off a 2-run win over the Dodgers (2-0). In the win, the pitching staff allowed just 0 runs on 5 hits. Despite being the underdogs, getting 130.0 on the moneyline, the Giants still picked up the win. In their 12 games as the underdog, their straight-up win percentage sits at 42.0%. Combined, the Giants and Dodgers’ run total fell below the over-under line of 7.5 runs. San Francisco still has an above .500 over-under record at (30-26-3).
Across their last 5 contests, the Giants are above .500, going 4-1. During this time, the team’s run differential sits at +7. San Francisco has benefited from strong pitching, as their offense has slipped in their last 5 games, averaging just 3.2 runs per game. Their overall average sits at 4.95. On the season, San Francisco has won more than half of their series, going 10-7-3.