Losing three of four last weekend in Colorado left a sour taste in the Giants' mouths, and Tim Lincecum will exact a little revenge tonight for San Francisco.
With five-straight wins, the Nationals are on a roll. But as the saying goes, all good things must come to an end, and the Diamondbacks will end the streak on Friday.
Randy Wolf dealt a quality start in every game he pitched in July, and the Dodgers seem to love playing baseball on Saturdays. Look for them to make some noise in Atlanta.
Here's the deal: Baltimore is Boston's patsy. Look for the Red Sox to continue to use the Orioles as their punching bag on Friday night at Camden Yards.
Craig Stammen has been solid recently on the road for the Nationals, making Washington an attractive road dog against Jeff Suppan and the Brewers on Monday.
John Smoltz and the Red Sox let one get away last night in Texas. That won't happen again on Tuesday when the Red Sox send ace Josh Beckett to the hill against the Rangers.
The Yankees' one-game lead over the Red Sox will disappear on Tuesday as Josh Beckett continues his dominance over New York at Boston's Fenway Park.
The high-spirited Carlos Zambrano gets back on the mound tonight after his 6-game suspension, and will pitch the Chicago Cubs past the Braves in Atlanta.
Young Giants ace Tim Lincecum will prove to be too much tonight on the mound in Washington. Side with San Francisco on the road Tuesday at the Nationals.
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