From Globe Life Field in Arlington, we have the Giants and Rangers facing off in an interleague matchup. First pitch for Sunday's matchup is set for 1:05 PM ET. The money line odds have the Rangers at -160 compared to the Giants at +134. The over/under line is currently at 8 runs.

San Francisco will be looking to keep their three-game winning streak alive, and they are 32-33 overall. The Rangers have lost two in a row and are 2nd in the AL West with a record of 30-34. Nathan Eovaldi is the Rangers' starter, and he is facing off against Keaton Winn for the Giants.

SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS VS TEXAS RANGERS BETTING PICK

The Pick: San Francisco Giants Moneyline +134

This game will be played at Globe Life Field at 1:05 ET on Sunday, June 9th.

HOW TO BET THE GIANTS VS RANGERS:

  • 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

San Francisco picked up a 3-1 win over the Rangers in the most recent game of this series. The Giants offense only had two more hits than the Rangers and struck out 11 times, but still picked up a win. Heading into the game, they were at +100 on the money line.

This game featured a starting pitching matchup between Spencer Howard for the Giants and Andrew Heaney for the Rangers. Howard only went 4 2/3 innings but gave up just one hit and one earned run. He finished with just two strikeouts and allowed three walks. On the other side, Heaney was tagged for three homers and five runs in 5 2/3 innings of work.

Heliot Ramos was the only player in the game to have a multi-hit performance. He went 2/4 with a home run and three RBIs. Both of Ramos' homers this season have come against the Rangers.

Giants Records & Stats

San Francisco is 32-33 overall and trail the Dodgers by 8.5 games in the NL West. The Giants have won three straight games, and these wins have come at home vs. the Rangers and Cubs. So far, they are 13-13 in divisional games.

At home, the Giants have gone 17-14 this year, and they are just under .500 at 15-19 on the road. As the favorite, the Giants are 19-14 and 13-19 as the underdog. San Francisco's overall series record is 10-8-2, and they have lost two straight series.

The Giants have been a solid bet on the run line this season, posting a 32-33 mark overall. They have been particularly good on the run line on the road, going 19-15. Their average run differential on the season is -0.4, and they have been outscored by an average of 0.5 runs per game on the road. Their run line record as an underdog is 18-14, and they have covered the run line in their last three road games.

San Francisco is on the road in Texas tonight, where the over/under line is set at 8 runs. The Giants have a combined run average of 9.0 this season, and their over/under record is 34-29. When the line is set at 8 runs, their over/under record is 7-6-1. So far this season, 30.8% of their games have had over/under lines set higher than 8 runs, while 47.7% have had lines set lower than 8 runs. The under has hit in the last two games.

Right-hander Keaton Winn gets the start for the Giants today as he faces the Rangers on the road. So far this season, he has made nine starts and has a record of 3-6 with an ERA of 6.17. Looking at his overall numbers, Winn has a WHIP of 1.30 and opponents are batting .248 this season. In his 42 1/3 innings of work, Winn has allowed five homers and is coming off a start in which he gave up five earned runs in four innings of work. He has lost three straight starts and has not made it out of the fourth inning in two of those outings.

San Francisco's offense comes into the game averaging 4.3 runs per game, which is 16th in the league. They have been a better offensive team on the road this season, averaging 4.6 runs per game. Overall, the Giants are batting .247, which is the 6th best mark in the league, and they are also near the top of the league in on-base percentage and slugging.

Thairo Estrada, Matt Chapman, and Michael Conforto are all tied for the team lead with eight home runs. Estrada is also the team's leading hitter, batting .246. Over his last nine games, Heliot Ramos has gone 14/32 with four homers and 11 RBIs. Wilmer Flores is on a four-game hitting streak.

Rangers Records & Stats

Texas will be looking to pick up a win today, as they are five games under .500 at 30-34 and have dropped two straight games. The Rangers trail the Mariners by five games in the AL West and are 2nd in the division. So far, they are 9-11 in divisional matchups.

At home, the Rangers are 15-17 this year, and they are also 15-17 on the road. As the favorite, Texas has gone 19-18 and 11-16 as the underdog. So far, they have dropped two straight at home as the favorite.

When betting the run line with the Rangers, it's been better to take them as the underdog, as they are 14-13 against the run line in those games. They are 13-24 against the run line as the favorite. Their overall run line record is 27-37, and they are 13-19 against the run line at home. Their average run margin is +0.1 runs per game, but it's been better to take the under on the run line, as they are 14-18 against the run line on the road.

Today's over/under line for the Texas Rangers' game against the San Francisco Giants is set at 8 runs. The Rangers have played to an average combined run total of 8.6 runs per game this season, and their over/under record is 23-39. When the over/under line is set at 8 runs, their record is 2-6-1. Overall, 75% of their games have had higher over/under lines than 8 runs, and their current under streak is at 2 games.

Nathan Eovaldi is starting for the Rangers today and comes into the game with a record of 2-2 and an ERA of 2.70. So far, he has made three quality starts and is averaging 9.54 strikeouts per nine innings. Eovaldi's last outing came on June 3rd, where he finished with a no-decision after giving up one earned run in 5 2/3 innings of work. He pitched well in that outing, giving up just three hits and issuing zero walks. Eovaldi has not taken a loss since April 23rd.

Adolis Garcia and Corey Seager are tied for the team lead in home runs, with Garcia's 40 RBIs leading the team and ranking 13th in the league. Seager has been hot of late, batting .357 over his last eight games, with two homers and six RBIs. Josh Smith also has two homers in his last 10 games, hitting .308 over that stretch.

As a team, the Rangers are averaging 4.3 runs per game, which is 15th in the league. They have been a better offensive team on the road this season, averaging 4.9 runs per game. Overall, the Rangers are 13th in home runs and have the 10th best batting average in the league.