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How to Watch Giants vs. Blue Jays on TV or Streaming Live – Thursday, July 11

Matt Chapman and the San Francisco Giants (45-47) will match up against Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and the Toronto Blue Jays (41-50) at Oracle Park on Thursday, July 11. First pitch is scheduled for 3:45 PM ET.

For more details on how to watch San Francisco’s upcoming contest against Toronto, check out the article below.

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Where to Watch Giants vs. Blue Jays

  • Date: Thursday, July 11, 2024
  • Time: 3:45 PM ET
  • TV Channel: NBCS-BA
  • Live Stream: Watch this game on Fubo
  • Location: San Francisco, California
  • Venue: Oracle Park

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Pitching Matchup

Giants: Jordan Hicks

  • The Giants are sending Jordan Hicks (4-5) out for his 19th start of the season. He is 4-5 with a 3.47 ERA and 82 strikeouts through 90 2/3 innings pitched.
  • The righty’s last time out came on Wednesday, July 3 against the Atlanta Braves, when he went five innings, surrendering three earned runs while giving up eight hits.
  • The 27-year-old has an ERA of 3.47, with 8.1 strikeouts per nine innings, in 18 games this season. Opponents are batting .247 against him.
  • Hicks enters the outing with three quality starts under his belt this year.
  • Hicks will try to build upon a three-game streak of pitching five or more innings (he’s averaging five innings per outing).
  • He has had two appearances this season in which he held his opponents to zero earned runs.

Blue Jays: Kevin Gausman

  • Kevin Gausman makes the start for the Blue Jays, his 19th of the season. He is 6-8 with a 4.64 ERA and 101 strikeouts in 97 2/3 innings pitched.
  • His most recent appearance came on Saturday against the Seattle Mariners, when the righty threw six innings, surrendering two earned runs while giving up six hits.
  • The 33-year-old has an ERA of 4.64, with 9.4 strikeouts per nine innings in 18 games this season. Opponents have a .264 batting average against him.
  • Gausman is looking to pick up his ninth quality start of the season in this game.
  • Gausman has pitched five or more innings in a game 13 times this year heading into this matchup.
  • In three of his 18 total appearances this season he has not surrendered an earned run.

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Team Comparison

Giants Blue Jays
4.4 Runs Scored (PG) 4
4.7 Runs Allowed (PG) 4.6
.245 Batting AVG .233
.259 Batting AVG Against .252
92 Home Runs 81
91 Home Runs Allowed 124

Giants Offensive Leaders

  • Chapman’s batting average this year is .241, and he has a .324 on-base percentage and a .418 slugging percentage. He has 12 homers and 42 RBI, plus 59 runs scored and eight stolen bases on nine attempts. His strikeout rate is 23.8%, and his walk rate is 10.2%.
  • So far this year, Heliot Ramos is hitting .302, with a .372 on-base percentage and a .535 slugging percentage. His strikeout rate is 26.4%, and his walk rate is 9.9%. He has 13 home runs and 42 RBI, plus 27 runs scored.
  • Jorge Soler is hitting .224, with 10 home runs and 32 RBI, plus 45 runs scored. He has a .306 on-base percentage and a .395 slugging percentage. His strikeout rate is 24.3%, and his walk rate is 9.8%.
  • Also for the Giants, Thairo Estrada’s batting average is .227, with a .260 on-base percentage and a .371 slugging percentage. He has nine homers and 39 RBI, plus 40 runs scored. His strikeout rate is 19.4%, and his walk rate is 3.2%.

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Blue Jays Offensive Leaders

  • Guerrero has blasted 13 home runs, knocked in 52 runs, and scored 44 times while hitting .291/.366/.454 in 393 plate appearances. His K rate comes in at 16.3%, and his walk rate is 10.2%.
  • In 346 plate appearances, George Springer has clubbed 10 bombs, driven in 31 runs, and scored 41 times while batting .218/.307/.356. He’s also swiped nine bags on nine attempts. His K rate comes in at 17.6%, and his walk rate is 11%.
  • This season, Daulton Varsho is hitting .197/.282/.391 with 11 dingers, 37 RBI and 40 runs, with nine steals. He’s striking out at a 26.8% clip and walking 10.2% of the time.
  • At the dish, Justin Turner has posted a .241 batting average with a .348 OBP and .361 SLG in 293 PAs. He’s also clubbed five homers with 27 RBI and 31 runs scored while posting a 17.1% strikeout rate and 12.6% walk rate.

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