First pitch for this NL West matchup between the San Francisco Giants and the San Diego Padres is set for 9:40 PM ET at PETCO Park in San Diego, CA. The Padres are the favorites in this one, with a money line payout of -152 compared to the Giants at +127.

Joe Musgrove gets the start for the Padres, while Kyle Harrison will be on the mound for the Giants. The over/under line is currently set at 7.5 runs, with the over paying out at -115 compared to the under at -106.

SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS VS SAN DIEGO PADRES BETTING PICK

The Pick: San Francisco Giants Moneyline +127

This game will be played at PETCO Park at 9:40 ET on Friday, March 29th.

HOW TO BET THE GIANTS VS PADRES:

  • We have the Giants winning by a score of 6 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 10 runs and like the over

The Padres were able to take down the Giants in the last game of this series, winning by a score of 6-4. Despite the Giants and Padres both finishing with nine hits, San Diego's two-run 7th inning and four runs in the 7th were enough to secure the win.

Xander Bogaerts and Luis Campusano each had two hits for the Padres, while Jake Cronenworth drove in two runs. The only home run in the game came off the bat of Michael Conforto, who had three hits and three runs scored for the Giants.

San Diego's starter, Yu Darvish, went five innings and gave up just one earned run, but he didn't factor into the decision. Yuki Matsui got the win out of the bullpen, and Robert Suarez picked up the save. As for the Giants, Luke Jackson took the loss.

Giants Records & Stats

Kyle Harrison is coming off a season in which he made seven starts and finished with an ERA of 4.15. His record for the year was 1-1, and he made one quality start. For the season, Harrison allowed a total of eight home runs and finished with a WHIP of 1.15. His batting average allowed was .215, while his on-base percentage allowed was .289. Harrison's FIP for the season was 5.53, and he finished the year with an OPS allowed of .733. For the season, Harrison averaged 9.09 strikeouts per nine innings and 2.86 walks per nine innings.

The Giants are facing a tough pitcher today, but if you're looking for some Giants players to potentially have a big game at the plate, our projections like Jorge Soler, Michael Conforto, Thairo Estrada, and Jung Hoo Lee. In terms of total hits, Jung Hoo Lee has the best projection on the team and 2nd best in the league today. Soler has the highest home run projection on the team and in the league today. Conforto has the 2nd best home run projection on the team and 3rd best in the league today. Thairo Estrada has the 3rd best total hits projection on the team and 7th best in the league today.

Padres Records & Stats

Joe Musgrove will be making his second start of the season when he takes the mound for the Padres against the Giants. In his first start, Musgrove lasted just 2 2/3 innings and gave up five runs on seven hits. He'll be looking to bounce back in his first home start of the year.

Looking at the Padres' player projections for today, we see that Fernando Tatis Jr. has the highest home run projection on the team and is 7th in the league today. Xander Bogaerts has the highest hits projection on the team and his home run projection is 13th in the league. Kyle Higashioka is 2nd on the team in terms of home run projections.