Wednesday's interleague matchup between the Astros and Giants is set to get started at 3:45 PM ET from Oracle Park in San Francisco, CA. The Astros are favored on the money line, with their odds sitting at -102 compared to the Giants, who are at -117. The over/under line is currently at 7.5 runs.

Wednesday's starting pitching matchup features Framber Valdez for the Astros and Logan Webb for the Giants. Houston comes in with a record of 31-37, while the Giants are 33-35. This game will be televised on NBCS.

SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS VS HOUSTON ASTROS BETTING PICK

The Pick: San Francisco Giants Moneyline -117

This game will be played at Oracle Park at 3:45 ET on Wednesday, June 12th.

HOW TO BET THE ASTROS VS GIANTS:

  • We have the Giants winning by a score of 7 to 6
  • 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 13 runs and like the over

Thanks to a two-run 5th inning for the Astros' offense, they were able to pick up a 3-1 road win over the Giants in the most recent game of this series. Heading into the game, the Astros were at -101 on the money line.

Ronel Blanco started for the Astros and picked up the win, going six innings and giving up just one run. He finished the game with eight strikeouts but issued five walks. Jordan Hicks got the start for the Giants and took the loss, giving up three earned runs in 4 2/3 innings of work.

Mauricio Dubon and Jon Singleton were the only two Astros hitters to have more than one hit. Dubon. Brett Wisely had the only multi-hit game for the Giants, going 1/4.

Astros Records & Stats

Houston is 31-37 overall and trails the Mariners by 7.5 games in the AL West. The Astros are 3rd in the division and have gone 15-12 in AL West matchups this year. The Astros are on the road today, taking on the Giants, and they are 6-4 over their last 10 games.

As the favorite, the Astros are 24-30 this year and 7-7 as the underdog. Their overall series record is 10-10-1, and they have won two straight series. At home, the Astros are 17-18 this year.

When the Astros are favored, they are 21-33 against the run line, but they are 8-6 as underdogs. Their average run margin is +0.1 runs per game, but they are -0.6 on the road and +0.7 at home. They are 29-39 against the run line overall, including 14-19 on the road. They have lost two straight games against the run line when they are favored.

Today's over/under line is set at 7.5 runs for the Houston Astros' road game against the San Francisco Giants. The Astros have an over/under record of 24-41 this season, with the average combined run average in their games sitting at 8.8 runs. Their games have had an average over/under line of 9 runs, with just 10 of their 65 games this season having a line set at 7.5 runs or lower. The under has hit in two straight games for the Astros.

Framber Valdez has been pitching well for the Astros, as he has won each of his last two starts. Most recently, he faced off against the Angels and picked up the win, going nine innings and giving up just one earned run. Looking at his overall numbers, Valdez has made 10 starts, has a record of 5-3, and his ERA is 3.53. Valdez has one complete game and six quality starts this year. His ERA on the road is 2.92, compared to 4.99 at home.

Yordan Alvarez has been on fire for the Astros, going 15/39 with four homers over his last 10 games. During this stretch, he has driven in 11 runs and has also scored 10 times. Overall, Alvarez is 2nd on the team with 33 RBIs and is batting .290 for the season. Kyle Tucker has been the Astros' top power threat, as his 19 homers are 3rd in the league, and he is also 13th in the MLB with 40 RBIs.

As a team, the Astros are the league's top team in terms of avoiding strikeouts and have the 2nd best team batting average in the league. Overall, they are 10th in scoring at 4.5 runs per game. Houston has been a good home run hitting team this season and are also near the top of the league in slugging percentage and OPS.

Giants Records & Stats

San Francisco is 33-35 overall heading into their matchup vs. the Astros, and they are nine games behind the Dodgers in the NL West. So far, they are 13-13 in divisional games. The Giants are looking to snap a two-game losing streak today, and they are just 4-6 over their last 10 games.

At home, the Giants are 18-15 this season compared to 15-20 on the road. As the favorite, the Giants have gone 19-15 this year, and they are 14-20 as the underdog. So far, they have a series record of 11-8-2 this year.

When the Giants win, they tend to win by a comfortable margin, outscoring opponents by an average of 3.4 runs per game. However, when they lose, they lose by an average of 4.0 runs per game. Overall, the Giants have a run differential of -0.4 runs per game. Their run line record is 33-35, and they are 14-19 against the run line at home. As the underdog, they are 19-15 against the run line, but as the favorite, they are just 14-20.

San Francisco Giants games have had an average combined run total of 8.9 this season, but their over/under record is just 35-31. When the over/under line is set at 7.5 runs, their record is 16-11. The Giants have played 36 games with over/under lines set higher than 7.5 runs, which accounts for 52.9% of their games. They have played just five games with over/under lines set lower than 7.5 runs, and their current under streak is at two games.

Giants starter Logan Webb has made 14 appearances this season and has a record of 5-5. His ERA for the season is an impressive 2.92, along with a WHIP of 1.21. Webb has turned in 10 quality starts this year, and his ERA at home is 1.71 compared to 5.12 on the road. In his last outing, Webb picked up the win, going seven innings and giving up two earned runs on five hits. Before that, he had given up at least two earned runs in three straight outings. Webb has been solid at home, going 3-2 with a 1.71 ERA.

Over the past six games, Heliot Ramos and Wilmer Flores have been swinging the bat well for the Giants, with Ramos going 10/24 and Flores going 6/20. During this stretch, Ramos has two homers and six RBIs, while Flores also has three homers and seven RBIs. Overall, Flores is 2nd on the team with 32 RBIs, and Ramos is hitting .236 with eight homers.

San Francisco's offense is averaging 4.2 runs per game and is batting .243 as a team, which is 9th in the league. Their team on-base percentage of .313 is also 8th in the league. The Giants have been a better offensive team on the road this season, averaging 4.5 runs per contest.