San Francisco Giants vs Arizona Diamondbacks MLB Pick – July 27

The MLB is set up with another great slate of action throughout Wednesday. Fourteen games are up on the board throughout July 27. One of these games will be between the San Francisco Giants and the Arizona Diamondbacks. These two teams have been solid this season, but will look for a big win in this one. This game will start at around 3:40 PM Eastern time on MLB Network.

San Francisco has earned a record of 48-49 throughout this season, which has them sitting in third place of the NL West. The Giants have lost six games in a row and are 3-7 throughout their last 10 games. San Francisco is two and a half games back on a wild card spot. The Giants will look to come out quickly in this one. 

The Diamondbacks have put up a record of 44-53 so far on the season, which has them in fourth place of the NL West. Arizona has won two games in a row, but are 5-5 in their last 10 games. The Diamondbacks are six and a half games back on a wild card spot. Arizona will look for another big win at home on Wednesday afternoon.

These two teams are in the middle of the wild card hunt and will look for a big win in this one. The Giants have struggled as of late, but will look to get back on track in this one. Arizona will look to build on this winning streak on Wednesday. If either team can come out fast in this one, it could be enough for the win.

Game Overview

The following odds are courtesy of Bovada:

Teams Spread Money Line Total
San Francisco Giants -1 ½ (+140) -116 Over 8 (+105)
Arizona Diamondbacks +1 ½ (-165) -104 Under 8 (-125)
Team Data San Francisco Giants Arizona Diamondbacks
Overall Record 48-49 44-53
Away/ Home Record 22-27 26-27
Batting Average .234 .226
Batting Average Away/ Home .229 .227
ERA 3.90 4.21
ERA Away/ Home 4.34 3.73

Betting Trends

San Francisco Giants

  • 8-15 in July
  • 7-7 when playing on a Wednesday
  • 16-20 against divisional opponents
  • 23-21 in day games
  • 29-25 against right handed starters
  • 21-26 after a loss
  • 4-10 after three or more straight losses
  • 20-23 against team with a losing record

Arizona Diamondbacks

  • 10-11 in July games
  • 6-7 when playing on Wednesday
  • 14-27 against division rivals
  • 17-22 in day games
  • 28-40 against right handers
  • 19-24 after a win
  • 21-22 against team with a losing record

These two teams have met up eight times throughout the season. Arizona hosted the first three games of the season series and were able to win two of the three. The next three games were in San Francisco and the Giants won two of three games. Arizona has won the first two games of this set. The D-Backs have outscored San Francisco 40-35 in the season series.


The Giants have been solid hitting the ball throughout the season. San Francisco has a .234 batting average, which is 24th in the league. The Giants have earned an OBP of .318, which is 10th in the MLB. San Francisco has posted a .713 OPS, which is 14th in the league. The Giants have a BA of .231 against right handers.

Arizona has struggled at the plate on the season. The Diamondbacks have a batting average of .226, which is 28th in the MLB. Arizona has put up a .306 on base percentage, which is 23rd in the league. The Diamondbacks have earned an OPS of .694, which is 19th in the MLB. Arizona has hit .221 against righties this season.

These two teams have been solid hitting the ball on the season and will look to step up in this one. The Diamondbacks have earned 16 hits and 14 runs this series. San Francisco has posted 10 hits and 3 runs in those games. The Giants will look to step up early on offense in this one. If either team can hit well early, it could be enough for the win.

Pitching Preview

Logan Webb will likely get the nod on the mound for San Francisco on Wednesday afternoon. Webb has started in 20 games this season, going 9-3 in those matchups. He has put up an ERA of 2.77 and a 1.12 WHIP in those outings. Webb’s last start was against the Los Angeles Dodgers. He gave up five hits and one run through six innings in the no decision.

I expect Zac Gallen to get the start at pitcher for the Diamondbacks in this one. Gallen has earned a record of 5-2 throughout his 18 starts this season. He has posted a 3.31 ERA and a WHIP of 1.02 in his games played. Gallen pitched seven innings in his last start against the Washington Nationals. He gave up two hits en route to the win.

These two pitchers have been strong this season and will look for a big win. Webb has won his last four decisions entering this matchup. Gallen is coming off a win and will look to build on it. Arizona has a slight edge in the bullpen. The D-Backs relievers have a 4.26 ERA, which is 24th in the MLB. San Francisco’s bullpen has an ERA of 4.41, which is 26th in the league.

Pick Overview

The Giants have struggled heavily in their last stretch of games, but will look to bounce back in this one. San Francisco has lost the first two games of this set, but I think they will bounce back. The Giants have the edge at the bat and will look for another strong start from Webb. If San Francisco can get the early lead, I like their chances to earn the win.

Bovada has the Giants listed as a -116 against the money line in this one. This implies that San Francisco will win this game around 53.7 percent of the time. I think that this line could be bigger with the Giants trying to end this losing streak. As slight favorites in this matchup, I like the value on San Francisco.

The Bet
San Francisco Giants
Andruw Burling / Author

Andruw Burling has been writing sports picks since 2017, covering mainly NHL and NBA content, but doing work in other sports as well. Andruw grew up in Las Vegas and has been around sports since a young age. He grew up a huge NHL and NBA fan and continues to use that knowledge in his content today.

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