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How to watch Giants vs. Cubs on TV or live streaming – Thursday, June 27

How to watch Giants vs. Cubs on TV or live streaming – Thursday, June 27
How to watch Giants vs. Cubs on TV or live streaming – Thursday, June 27

When the San Francisco Giants (38-42) and Chicago Cubs (37-43) face off at Oracle Park on Thursday, June 27, Jordan Hicks will start for the Giants while the Cubs will send Shota Imanaga to the mound. The game begins at 3:45 p.m. ET.

For information on how to watch the San Francisco vs Chicago game, see the article below.

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Where can I watch the Giants vs. Cubs game?

  • Date: Thursday, 27 June 2024
  • Time: 3:45 p.m. ET
  • TV channel: MLB Network
  • Live broadcast: Watch this game on Fubo
  • Location: San Francisco, California
  • Venue: Oracle Park

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Pitching duel

Giants: Jordan Hicks

  • Hicks (4-4) is on the mound for the Giants in his 17th start of the season. He has a 3.24 ERA in 80 2/3 innings pitched and 69 strikeouts.
  • In his last appearance on Saturday, the right-hander played four innings against the St. Louis Cardinals, allowing five earned runs and conceding six hits.
  • The 27-year-old has a 3.24 ERA and 7.7 strikeouts per nine innings in 16 games this season. His opponents’ batting average is .238.
  • Hicks has had three good starts this season.
  • Hicks enters this duel with 12 appearances of five or more innings pitched this season.
  • In two of his 16 appearances this season, he was able to hold his opponents without a single earned run.

Boy: Shota Imanaga

  • Imanaga (7-2) gets the starting job for the Cubs in his 15th start of the season. He has a 2.96 ERA and 81 strikeouts in 79 2/3 innings pitched.
  • The left-hander last pitched on Friday against the New York Mets, when he threw three innings, allowed 10 earned runs and allowed 11 hits.
  • In 14 games this season, the 30-year-old posted a 2.96 ERA and 9.2 strikeouts per nine innings while allowing his opponents a batting average of .243.
  • Imanaga has had eight good starts this season.
  • Imanaga has started five or more innings 10 times this season.
  • In six of his 14 appearances this season, he has not allowed a single earned run.

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Team comparison

Giants Boys
4.4 Runs Scored (PG) 4.1
4.8 Runs Allowed (PG) 4.5
.246 Batting average .229
.259 Batting average against .240
77 Home Runs 75
79 Homeruns allowed 87

Offensive leader of the Giants

  • Matt Chapman has a batting average of .234 this year, with a .315 on-base percentage and a .393 slugging percentage. He has nine home runs and 33 RBIs, as well as 51 runs scored and six steals in six attempts. His strikeout rate is 23.9% and his walk rate is 9.7%.
  • Thairo Estrada’s batting average so far this year is .236, along with a .270 on-base percentage and a .385 slugging percentage. His strikeout rate is 19.1% and his walk rate is 3.3%. He has nine home runs and 39 RBIs, along with 40 runs scored.
  • Jorge Soler has a batting average of .224, with nine home runs and 28 RBIs, as well as 37 runs scored. He has an OPS of .695 (.309 on-base, .386 slugging). His strikeout rate is 23.9% and his walk rate is 10.1%.
  • Patrick Bailey of the Giants has a batting average of .295 and an OPS of .806 (.363 on-base, .443 slugging). His strikeout rate is 18.3% and his walk rate is 10.4%. He has six home runs and 24 RBIs, as well as 22 runs scored.

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Cubs offensive leaders

  • Christopher Morel of the Cubs has a triple slash of .201/.305/.388 this year and has hit 15 home runs with 38 runs and 45 RBIs in 10 attempts, along with seven steals. He is walking and striking out 11.4% and 21.8% of the time, respectively.
  • In 287 plate appearances this season, Cody Bellinger has a .273 batting average with a .769 OPS (.334 OBP; .435 SLG) while hitting nine home runs with 32 runs and 34 RBIs. He is shooting 8% free throws and striking out 16.4% of the time. On base, he has stolen four bases in five attempts.
  • This season, Nico Hoerner, who has a triple-slash line of .242/.333/.327, has 37 runs, 18 RBIs and two home runs in 297 plate appearances. As a base stealer, he has 13 steals in 15 attempts. His walk rate is 9.8%, while his strikeout rate is 10.8%.
  • At bat, Ian Happ has hit nine bombs, scored 40 runs, and struck out 38 times while hitting .226/.332/.395 in 310 at-bats. He has also stolen seven bases in eight attempts. His strikeout rate is 27.4% and his walk rate is 12.6%.

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