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The St. Louis Cardinals will take on the San Francisco Giants on Sunday to conclude their extended series. Can Logan Webb and Sonny Gray deliver in this pitchers duel? Josh Gayle is banking on them in his best bet for Giants vs. Cardinals.
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San Francisco Giants vs. St. Louis Cardinals Prediction: Can Logan Webb, Sonny Gray Shine in Sunday Showdown?

Had to sneak this one for y'all! Let's target two of the most talented pitchers in baseball today when Logan Webb and Sonny Gray square off.

GIANTS VS. CARDINALS DATE, TIME, AND WHERE TO WATCH

  • Date: June 23, 2024
  • Time: 2:15 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: MLB Extra Innings

San Francisco Giants vs. St. Louis Cardinals Pick

1u Pick: Giants Cardinals No Runs 2nd Inning + Giants u7.5 Team Total (-145) CLICK HERE TO SEE WHICH SPORTSBOOK HAS THE BEST ODDS

Despite being very busy today I glanced at this one last night and knew I had to make the time for it. We will keep it brief but I really like one folks.

San Francisco Giants vs. St. Louis Cardinals Prediction

First off, we need three outs from Logan Webb. It is likely we avoid Goldy here and although the Nolan’s are scary potential at-bats, Webb has been slanging it this year. Webb holds a 2.99 ERA. Arenado is 6-19 against Webb but for all singles, and Gorman is 0-6. If we avoid them with some first inning baserunners, I am ultimately confident against the 6-9 hitters.

Our main leg here is trusting Sonny Gray for three outs and then some. Gray is an absolute beast at home. He has a 1.55 home ERA in over 40 innings and a great track record against San Francisco. Giants bats are 10-52 against him lifetime which isn’t even .200. Other teams have failed to score 8+ runs in Gray starts in 24 straight regular season games. This game has a low total of 7, the lowest on the slate. Let's roll!!!!

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Josh has a knack for picking winning bets, and he specializes in the NFL, NBA, and MLB. As a lifelong Detroit sports fan, he has plenty of time on his hands during playoff season. You can follow him on Twitter at @ThatGuyBets.

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