MLB San Francisco Giants vs Minnesota Twins 8/26/2022 - FanDuel Sportsbook Promo and Prediction

Last updated August 26, 2022

12:10 PM ET Aug 26
Giants vs Twins
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San Francisco Giants are scheduled to begin a three-game series against Minnesota Twins this Friday, August 26, at Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Alex Cobb, who is 4-6 with a 3.99 ERA, will start for the Giants. Sonny Gray, who is 7-4 with a 3.10 ERA, will take the mound for the Twins. San Francisco holds the record advantage against Minnesota at 6-3.

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Teams: San Francisco Giants vs Minnesota Twins
When: Friday, August 26 at 7:10 PM ET
Venue: Target Field, Minneapolis, MN
Betting Pick: San Francisco Giants Moneyline @ -162

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San Francisco Giants vs Minnesota Twins

San Francisco Giants

The San Francisco Giants are a solid offensive team this season. They are 11th in the league with 142 home runs, and they have been able to average 4.56 runs per game thanks to their power-hotters. In August, however, they only hit 24 home runs and only managed to produce 80 runs. The Giants have been very good on the road, hitting 71 home runs over 60 games.

San Francisco will start left-handed pitcher Alex Wood. In his last start, he was defeated by the Colorado Rockies, as he allowed seven runs in 4.2 innings. In August, he allowed 16 runs in 22.1 innings in total. This is a huge difference from his previous start, where he was able to pitch a very 1.65 ERA in July

Minnesota Twins

A week ago, things were looking up for the Minnesota Twins. They had won five last six games and were just 1.5 games behind the Cleveland Indians in the American League Central. Unfortunately, after winning the first game of their series against the Texas Rangers, they lost the next three games and the next two against the Houston Astros. This is their season's final game, and they need to win to keep their playoff chances alive.

Minnesota has a record of 35-28 at home. However, they are not as good at home as on the road, where they are 14th in runs per game at 4.23. Like the San Francisco Giants, Minnesota is built on power. They have 144 home runs this season, which is 10th in the league. However, their numbers have started to fall in August, as they have only hit 17 home runs in 21 games.

In his last two starts, Joe Ryan has allowed two earned runs each time out. However, he has also been walloped in both of these starts, being knocked with 10 runs in 4.2 innings.

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