The Philadelphia Phillies have gone from ice-cold to red-hot. They’re currently riding the hottest streak in all of baseball (8 wins) and will fly to San Francisco to take on a Giants team that looks vulnerable.
It’s shaping up to be a game filled with offense, which gives bettors a great opportunity to build a Same Game Parlay!
Phillies vs Giants Info
Date: Monday, May 15th
Time: 9:45 p.m. ET
Location: Oracle Park, San Francisco
TV channel: MLB TV
Phillies vs Giants Betting odds
Money line: Philadelphia Phillies (-105) | Colorado Rockies (-115)
Run Line: Philadelphia Phillies -1.5 (+160) | Colorado Rockies +1.5 (-190)
Run total: Over/Under 8.5 (-110)
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Phillies to win outright: -105
Let’s start this off nice and simple. Topper appears to have realized that Bailey Falter struggles in the opening inning and is sending out an opener before unleashing the rotational arm later on. This may give the Phils just enough of an edge to ride a hopefully-calmed Falter against a Giants bullpen giving up 5.93 runs per game.
The Phillies are red-hot and have tactically tried to pivot around a glaring weakness. That should be enough to extend that streak to 9.
Mitch Haniger 2+ hits
Whether it’s Connor Brogdon, Bailey Falter, or whoever comes out of the pen, chances are the Giants are going to score at some point. It’s easy to look to a Bryce Johnson or Casey Schmitt here, but I like Mitch Haniger.
He’s only registered a hit in 7 games on the year, but of those 7, 3 have been multi-hitters. So there’s a 40% chance that if Haniger gets a hit, he might go on to get another…and against this Phillies team, I like those odds.
Trea Turner 2+ hits
Turner is in a similar spot. He’s facing a Giants bullpen that ranks among the worst in the entire league and a starting pitcher making his first start since April.
He rode an ELEVEN-game hit streak before the Rockies finally put an end to it, and even then he still accounted for 2 runs before responding with a pair of hits the following game. Batting .262, Turner is white-hot and could thrive here.
Total runs: Over 9.5
If there’s one thing we’ve learned today it’s that the Giants have a leaky bullpen and the Phils aren’t much further ahead. A blistering Philly offense could out up 7 runs by themselves and we can all assume that Brogdon and Falter aren’t pitching shutouts. The over feels safe here.
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