At 9:45 PM ET, the Astros and Giants will square off in an interleague matchup. This one is being played at Oracle Park in San Francisco, and the Giants are slight money line favorites (-107). The Astros are -112 on the money line.

The forecast for Tuesday's game calls for clear skies and temperatures in the mid-60s. Ronel Blanco is starting for the Astros, and they are 3rd in the AL West. The Giants are 3rd in the NL West with a record of 33-34. Jordan Hicks is starting for the Giants.


The Pick: San Francisco Giants Moneyline -107

This game will be played at Oracle Park at 9:45 ET on Tuesday, June 11th.


  • We have the Giants winning by a score of 5 to 4
  • If you're looking for a run line pick, we also like the Giants to cover
  • As for an over/under pick, we have this game finishing with 9 runs and like the over

San Francisco picked up a 4-3 win over the Astros in the most recent game of this series. The Giants had a two-run lead heading into the 7th inning, and the Astros could only muster two runs in the 9th. Heading into the game, the Giants were at -102 on the money line.

Kyle Harrison started for the Giants and went just 6 1/3 innings while giving up one run and striking out three. He picked up a win in the game, while Randy Rodríguez got the save. Spencer Arrighetti only went 5 2/3 innings for the Astros, giving up one run on four hits.

Brett Wisely and Heliot Ramos each had two hits and an RBI for the Giants' offense. Jake Meyers did the same for the Astros, going 2/4 with an RBI.

Astros Records & Stats

The Astros are 30-37 overall and trail the Mariners by 7.5 games in the AL West. Currently, they are 3rd in the division, 7.5 games behind Seattle. So far, they have gone 15-12 in AL West matchups. The Astros are on a two-game losing streak, and this season, they are 24-30 as the favorite.

At home, the Astros are 17-18 this year compared to 13-19 on the road. Houston's two-game losing streak came as the favorite, and they have an overall series record of 10-10-1 this year. Heading into today's game, the Astros are 0-1 in the series vs. the Giants and are 5-5 over their last 10 games.

The Astros have been a poor bet against the run line this season, going 28-39 overall. They have been a bit better at home, going 15-20, but are just 13-19 on the road. They have lost their last two road run line bets and are 7-6 against the run line as an underdog.

Today's over/under line for the Houston Astros' game against the San Francisco Giants is set at 7.5 runs. The Astros have a combined run average of 8.9 runs per game this season, and their over/under record is 24-40. Their games have averaged an over/under line of 9 runs per game, and when the line has been set at 7.5 runs, their record is 3-7. A vast majority of their games this season have had over/under lines set higher than 7.5 runs, with only one game having a lower line.

Houston is sending Ronel Blanco to the mound today vs. the Giants, and he comes in with a record of 5-2 and an ERA of 2.78. Blanco's WHIP for the season is currently 1.05. In his 11 starts, Blanco has pitched one complete game shutout and has six quality starts. Looking back at his last outing, Blanco took the loss vs. the Cardinals, giving up four earned runs in 5 2/3 innings of work. Before that, he had lost three straight starts. Blanco has been much better on the road, coming in with a record of 4-0 and an ERA of 2.13.

So far this season, the Astros offense has been one of the league's best, as they are 2nd in batting average, 4th in slugging, and 5th in OPS. They are also the top home run hitting team in the league and have the fewest strikeouts per game in the league. Their team on-base percentage of .321 is also 6th in the MLB. Currently, they are averaging 4.5 runs per contest, which is 11th in the league.

Yordan Alvarez has been a big run producer for the Astros this season, as his 33 RBIs are the 2nd most on the team. He also comes into the game with 13 homers, which is the 2nd most on the team and 9th best in the league. Kyle Tucker has been even better in the power department, as his 19 homers are the best on the team and 3rd in the MLB. Jose Altuve has also been swinging a hot bat of late, going 12/33 in his last seven games.

Giants Records & Stats

San Francisco is 33-34 overall and trails the Dodgers by eight games in the NL West. So far, they are 13-13 in divisional games. The Giants are coming off a series loss to the Nationals but did win the final game of the series. This year, they are 19-14 as the favorite and 14-20 as the underdog.

At home, the Giants are 18-14 this season compared to 15-20 on the road. San Francisco has an overall series record of 11-8-2 this year. Over their last 10 games, the Giants are just 4-6.

San Francisco has been a tough team to figure out this season, as they are just below .500 on the run line at 33-34. They have been a little better on the road, going 19-16 against the run line, compared to 14-18 at home. They have been a better bet as the underdog, going 19-15 against the run line, compared to 14-19 as the favorite.

When the San Francisco Giants play at home, the over/under line is set at 7.5 runs, and their games have averaged a combined 9.0 runs per game this season. Overall, the Giants' over/under record is 35-30, and their games have featured an average line of 8 runs. When the line is set at 7.5 runs, their over/under record is 16-11. In 52.2% of their games, the line has been set higher than 7.5 runs, while in 7.5% of their games, the line has been set lower.

Giants starter Jordan Hicks has made 13 starts this season and has a record of 4-2 with an ERA of 2.82. He is coming off a short outing against the Diamondbacks, where he went just 3 2/3 innings, giving up two earned runs, and six hits. Hicks finished with a no-decision in that outing. Before that, he had gone at least five innings in three straight starts. The right-hander has allowed a homer in two straight outings. So far, he has turned in three quality starts and is averaging 7.93 strikeouts per nine innings.

Over the past six games, Heliot Ramos and Wilmer Flores have been swinging the bat well for the Giants, with Ramos going 9/22 and Flores going 7/20. Both players have three homers during this stretch, with Ramos driving in six runs and Flores seven. Austin Slater and Tyler Fitzgerald are both on three-game hitting streaks coming into today's game.

For the season, Thairo Estrada and Matt Chapman are tied for the team lead with eight homers, with Estrada leading the team with 32 RBIs, and Chapman is 2nd with 28. The Giants offense is 18th in the MLB at 4.3 runs per game and are batting a collective .245.