Giants At Reds

Giants Vs Reds – Who’s Going to Win?

Reds fans will be wondering who is the best team to beat in the Giants vs Reds game on Thursday. Interestingly enough, the Giants are expected to go with right-handed starters in this one. That means Alex Cobb and Tyler Mahle.

Although the Giants’ pitching has been inconsistent this season, Cincinnati has been on a remarkable run lately. The Reds defeated the Cubs 20 runs last Thursday. It’s no surprise that they want to continue this hot streak. However, the Giants’ pitching has been a bit of a struggle and they’ve been putting runners on base with a 6.32 ERA. The Giants’ bullpen is struggling this year with a 4.53 ERA.

Tommy Pham, Reds left fielder, was booed by the crowd in May. This wasn’t his first encounter with the Giants. Pham was booed in a pregame lineup presentation, and his fans continued to boo him prior to each trip to the plate. Since then, he hasn’t faced the Giants in the regular season. In addition, he missed a series with the Giants last month in Great American Ball Park.

The Reds will need to control their pitching in a game where the Giants are trying to defend their Stanley Cup title. Right-hander Alex Cobb is having a rough outing. He gave up three runs and five hits in just four innings. With that, he’s clearly a bit of a risk.

The Giants have won three of the last four games but have lost four of five. The Giants are now six and a half games behind the Dodgers and the Padres, who are currently tied for first place in the NL West. The Giants’ offense, on the other hand, is explosive.

Sunday, June 26, 2022 will see the Giants and Reds face off. This game will be broadcast on Fox regionally. Tickets are in high demand for this game. Tickets are in high demand so get them as soon as possible if you plan to attend the game. You can even sign up for a free seven-day trial on fuboTV. This is a good way to watch the game in the comfort of your own home.

While there are many reasons to be optimistic about the Giants, they’ll still have to be wary of Anthony DeSclafani, who used to be a Reds starter before being injured. DeSclafani has a 7.71 ERA in four starts, but he has only allowed five runs in one appearance. In the 2021 season, he won his fourth Gold Glove Award. It’s worth keeping an eye out for DeSclafani, who is likely to pitch well.

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