Nationals Forecasted to Lose at Home to Giants Despite Anthony Rendon's Effort

Wed, Aug 7, 2019 | Emma Botos

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August 7, 2019 -- According to the Snoozle model, the visiting Nationals have a 75.71% chance to lose to the home town Giants.

The Nationals have Joe Ross as the probable starting pitcher against Shaun Anderson. The Snoozle model estimates the Nationals pitcher will have an outing for 5.425 innings, allowing 5.305 earned runs, with 3.443 walks. The Snoozle MLB model estimates Shaun Anderson will have 2.905 earned runs, a predicted 19.978 outs, and 5.451 strike outs.

The Nationals's Anthony Rendon and the Giants's Austin Slater will slug it out from the plate. According to our game model, Anthony Rendon is estimated to have 0.842 RBIs and score 0.912 runs over an estimated 4.342 at-bats. Based on the Snoozle model, Austin Slater NA is predicted to have 1.233 RBIs and score 1.185 runs over an estimated 4.589 at-bats.

With -105 money line odds and a forecasted 75.71% likelihood to win, the best value is on the Giants over the Nationals. With an over/under of 9.0 runs, according to our model the over is best value based its 84.28% over likelihood and -120 odds.

Posted at Wed, August 7, 2019 13:04:18 UTC