San Francisco Giants vs. Arizona Diamondbacks Odds & Pick: September 7th 2010

Touthouse HandicappersSenior Writer ISeptember 7, 2010

San Francisco Giants vs. Arizona Diamondbacks
Pick: San Francisco Giants -124 odds
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San Francisco continues to fight for its playoff life and won 2-0 in extra innings over Arizona yesterday. Today, Tim Lincecum and Barry Enright will be mound opponents for the third time since July 25, having split a pair. Lincecum was sharp in last outing breaking recent slump, but the D-Backs Enright is a ground ball inducing machine and is 6-2 with 2.45 ERA this season. The Giants have done little with Enright in the two times they have faced him, scoring two total runs, in spite of ranking 14th in batting average at .259 and 17th in runs scored at 4.4 per game.

For today, look to Play On clubs when the money line is +125 to -125, with team batting average between .255 to .269, against a very good NL starting pitcher (ERA of 3.00 or lower), playing on Tuesday. This MLB system delivers results at 38-12, including 10-2 this year.

Doug Upstone suggests you to pick up a baseball winner in the junior circuit, backed with a system that is 113-36, at a great price today.

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