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The San Francisco Giants are now only one win from the division title after slamming the Arizona Diamondbacks in a game on Thursday. It was an extremely one-sided game. The Giants are unstoppable right now, and their race for the postseason will be finalized over the weekend. The D-backs were hopeless on Thursday, as the Giants simply wouldn’t let up. No sane team would with the title so close. The game ended 4-1 after nine innings of exciting play. Vegas odds.

The Giants led right from the start. It was a stunning game for the San Francisco team. They were on point and accurate, delivering quality innings, excellent pitching and heavy batting. There is a high chance that they will make it to the postseason, as their inter division rivals are on shaky ground. They need only one victory against visiting San Diego in their season-ending, three-game series to win the division and end a six-year playoff drought. If they pull it off, expect much celebration in San Francisco. Betting lines.

They were imposing at the plate. Andres Torres and Buster Posey homered to push the team to an easy win over Arizona, and Pablo Sandoval hit one as well. All the players seemed sharp. The whole team has really given some quality baseball these past few weeks. The pitching was just as good as the batting, allowing them to roll over the Diamondbacks with relative ease. It’s quite hard to stop a team on such a roll. Sports scores.

Starting against the Padres will be Matt Cain, a player that has delivered superb results all year for his team. He is expected to do his very best. If he lives up to his previous performances, he will have a satisfying game to help lift his team to victory. These players have a spectacular record, and their offensive has been powerful all year long. Overall, the Giants have hit 16 home runs in their last seven games. Be sure and follow the game at Come cheer them on.

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