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On Wednesday, June 12 at 3:45 p.m. ET, the San Francisco Giants (33-34) will host the Houston Astros (30-37) at Oracle Park. Logan Webb will start for the Giants, while Framber Valdez will start for the Astros.

To watch the game between San Francisco and Houston, read the article below for information on how to live stream the game or watch it on TV.

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Where can I watch the Giants vs Astros game?

  • Date: Wednesday, 12 June 2024
  • Time: 3:45 p.m. ET
  • TV channel: NBCS-BA
  • Live broadcast: Watch this game on Fubo
  • Location: San Francisco, California
  • Venue: Oracle Park

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Pitching duel

Giants: Logan Webb

  • Webb starts for the Giants, his 15th of the season. He is 5-5 with a 2.92 ERA and 73 strikeouts in 86 1/3 innings pitched.
  • In his last appearance on Saturday, the right-hander threw seven innings against the Texas Rangers, allowing two earned runs and conceding five hits.
  • The 27-year-old has posted a 2.92 ERA with 7.6 strikeouts per nine innings in 14 games this season. Opposing hitters have a .256 batting average against him.
  • Webb has had ten good starts this year.
  • Webb is looking for his seventh consecutive appearance of five or more innings. He is averaging 6.2 innings per appearance on the mound.
  • He has played four times this season without allowing a single earned run.

Astros: Framber Valdez

  • Valdez makes his 11th start of the season for the Astros. He has a 5-3 record, a 3.53 ERA and 50 strikeouts in 63 2/3 innings pitched.
  • The left-hander last appeared on Saturday against the Los Angeles Angels, when he played nine innings, allowed one earned run and allowed four hits.
  • In 10 games this season, the 30-year-old has an ERA of 3.53 and 7.1 strikeouts per nine innings. His opponents’ batting average is .241.
  • Valdez will be looking to make his fourth consecutive quality start in this matchup.
  • Valdez will attempt to go five or more innings in his 10th consecutive appearance. He is averaging 6.3 frames per appearance.
  • He had two appearances this season in which he did not allow an earned run.

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Team comparison

Giants Astros
4.3 Runs Scored (PG) 4.5
4.7 Runs Allowed (PG) 4.4
.246 Batting average .260
.256 Batting average against .240
64 Home Runs 84
64 Homeruns allowed 76

Offensive leader of the Giants

  • Matt Chapman’s batting average this season is .240 and he has an OPS of .724 (.318 on-base, .407 slugging). He has eight home runs and 28 RBIs, as well as 41 runs and five stolen bases in five attempts. His strikeout rate is 23% and his walk rate is 9.1%.
  • So far this season, Thairo Estrada has a batting average of .242, an on-base percentage of .272 and a slugging percentage of .398. His strikeout rate is 19.1% and his walk rate is 3.1%. He has eight home runs and 32 RBIs, along with 34 runs scored.
  • Michael Conforto has a batting average of .247, with eight home runs and 22 RBIs and 21 runs scored. His OPS is .742 (.301 on-base, .441 slugging). His strikeout rate is 23% and his walk rate is 7.1%.
  • Also for the Giants, Wilmer Flores’ batting average is .224, with a .294 on-base percentage and a .345 slugging percentage. His strikeout rate is 12.8% and his walk rate is 8.6%. He has four home runs and 21 RBIs, as well as 16 runs scored.

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Offensive leader of the Astros

  • Yordan Alvarez has a batting average of .290/.367/.510 with a 9.7% walk rate and a 15.6% strikeout rate this season. In addition, he has hit 13 home runs, scored 33 runs and struck out 38 times.
  • Jose Altuve of the Astros has a triple slash of .299/.349/.453 in 295 at-bats this year, and he has hit 10 home runs with 39 runs and 25 RBIs, along with nine stolen bases in 12 attempts. He walks 6.1% of the time and strikes out 18% of the time.
  • So far this season, Alex Bregman has a batting average of .236/.301/.402 with nine home runs, 31 RBIs and 25 runs scored. He has a slugging percentage of 14.3% and is allowing walks 8.1% of the time.
  • At bat, Jeremy Pena, who has a triple-slash line of .297/.330/.402, has 35 runs, 25 RBIs and five home runs in 274 at-bats. As a base stealer, he has stolen nine bases in 13 attempts. His walk rate is 3.6%, while his K rate is 15.7%.

dataskrive is a freelance contributor to Tribune-Review. You can reach dataskrive at [email protected].

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