The Los Angeles Dodgers are looking to win their third straight against the San Francisco Giants on Sunday as their dominance in the NL West continues.
Los Angeles has left-hander Andrew Heaney (3-2, 2.84 ERA) on the bump against Alex Cobb (6-6, 3.48 ERA) in what should be tough conditions in San Francisco.
The Dodgers have locked in a playoff spot, while San Francisco is virtually eliminated from the competition. Who should we trust in this mid-September game?
Here are the FanDuel odds:
This game could very well be wet, with thunderstorms expected all night and the wind blowing at over 20 miles per hour.
That being said, I think the safe play is to take the Dodgers to win at -180, especially since the gane could be shortened, making it harder for them to cover the run line.
Heaney struggled in his last outing against the Giants, allowing six runs, but he’s still been solid for them this season, allowing two or fewer earned runs in nine of 12 games.
Cobb, meanwhile, allowed at least three runs in each of his starts against the Dodgers, allowing 19 hits in 16.1 innings.
Plus, if he’s forced to leave early because of rain, the Giants put him in a bottom-10 bullpen to keep that lineup in check.
Find Peter Dewey’s complete betting record here.