Phillies vs. Giants Prediction, Odds, Picks - May 29

Phillies vs. Giants Prediction, Odds, Picks - May 29

Updated May. 29, 2024 3:00 p.m. ET

Kyle Harrison will try to shut down Alec Bohm and the Philadelphia Phillies when they take on his San Francisco Giants on Wednesday at 3:45 PM ET. Bookmakers list the Phillies as -202 favorites on the moneyline, while giving the underdog Giants +167 moneyline odds. Philadelphia is favored on the run line (-1.5 with -122 odds). The contest's total is listed at 7 runs.

Check out everything you need from a betting perspective on the Phillies-Giants game, regarding the run line, moneyline and total, plus expert picks.

Phillies vs. Rockies Highlights | MLB on FOX

Check out the highlights as the Philadelphia Phillies took on the Colorado Rockies in this regular season matchup.

Phillies vs. Giants Game Information & Odds

  • When: Wednesday, May 29, 2024 at 3:45 PM ET
  • Where: Oracle Park in San Francisco, California
  • How to Watch on TV: NBCS-BA
Favorite Favorite Moneyline Underdog Moneyline Total Over Total Odds Under Total Odds Run Line Favorite Run Line Odds Underdog Run Line Odds
Phillies -202 +167 7 -120 -101 -1.5 -122 +102

Phillies vs. Giants Prediction

  • Score Prediction: Phillies 5, Giants 4
  • Total Prediction: Over 7 runs
  • Win Probabilities: Phillies 52%, Giants 48%

Phillies vs. Giants Betting Insights

  • The Phillies have won 32, or 69.6%, of the 46 games they've played as favorites this season.
  • Philadelphia has a record of 12-4, a 75% win rate, when favored by -202 or more by sportsbooks this season.
  • The Phillies have a 66.9% chance to win this game based on the implied probability of the moneyline.
  • The Giants have been victorious in 12, or 48%, of the 25 contests they have been chosen as underdogs in this season.
  • This season, San Francisco has been a moneyline underdog of -202 or longer four times, losing every contest.
  • The Giants have an implied victory probability of 37.5% according to the moneyline set for this matchup.
PHI 6 · SF 1
Philadelphia Phillies
San Francisco Giants

Phillies Recent Betting Performance

  • The Phillies have a 6-3 record across the nine games they were favored on the moneyline in their last 10 matchups.
  • In their last 10 matchups, the Phillies and their opponents combined to go over the run total four times (all 10 of the games had set totals).
  • The Phillies have put together a 5-5-0 record against the spread over their past 10 games.

Phillies Recent Stats

Stat Avg/Total
Record 6-4
Runs Per Game 5.2
HR 13
ERA 2.89
K/9 9.4

Phillies Player Insights

  • Bohm paces the Phillies with 47 runs batted in while racking up a team-high batting average of .309.
  • Of all hitters in baseball, Bohm is 110th in homers and third in RBI.
  • Bryce Harper's 13 home runs are a team-high mark.
  • Harper ranks eighth in homers and sixth in RBI on the year.
  • Bryson Stott is hitting .244 with five doubles, two triples, five home runs and 26 walks.
  • Kyle Schwarber has four doubles, 10 home runs and 41 walks while hitting .241.
  • Schwarber brings a two-game streak with at least one hit into this one. During his last five outings he is batting .421 with a double, a home run, four walks and three RBI.

Learn more about this Phillies vs. Giants matchup on Fox Sports.

Giants Recent Betting Performance

  • The Giants have played as underdogs five times over their past 10 games and won each of those contests.
  • When it comes to hitting the over, the Giants and their opponents are 7-3-0 in their last 10 games with a total.
  • The Giants have a record of 8-2-0 ATS over their last 10 games.

Giants Recent Stats

Stat Avg/Total
Record 8-2
Runs Per Game 6.7
HR 11
ERA 3.32
K/9 9.8

Giants Player Insights

  • Matt Chapman paces the Giants with eight home runs.
  • Among all hitters in the majors, Chapman's home run total is 46th and his RBI tally ranks 54th.
  • Thairo Estrada proven to be a run producer as he paces his team with eight home runs and 31 runs batted in, with a team-high .243 batting average.
  • Estrada ranks 46th among all hitters in the big leagues in homers, and 35th in RBI.
  • Patrick Bailey is hitting .299 with seven doubles, four home runs and 11 walks.
  • Jorge Soler is batting .206 with seven doubles, six home runs and 18 walks.

Barry Bonds deserve to be in MLB Hall of Fame? — David Justice sounds off | All Facts No Brakes

2x World Champion, 3x All Star, and Braves Hall of Famer David Justice joins Keyshawn Johnson on “All Facts No Brakes.” The two discuss Barry Bonds and decide if Bonds should be in the MLB Hall of Fame.

FOX Sports created this story using technology provided by Data Skrive and data from Sportradar.

Want great stories delivered right to your inbox? Create or log in to your FOX Sports account, follow leagues, teams and players to receive a personalized newsletter daily.