Washington (1st - NL East) at San Francisco (2nd - NL West)

Matchup Details
Mon, Oct 6 - AT&T Park
First Pitch - 5:00 PM ET
W/LUnitsHomeAwayO/URL W/LRL Units
Washington 96-686.6551-3245-3677-7478-860.94
San Francisco 91-7412.6645-3646-3877-7885-8015.75
CONSENSUS ANALYSIS
A LOOK BACK
 
INJURY REPORT
Washington
PPlayerStatusNotesW/LO/U
RPE. Davis
Out indefinitely
Elbow
12/17/14
Davis is recovering from 2014 Tommy John surgery and it is unclear when he will return to action.0-0
$+0
0-0
San Francisco
PPlayerStatusNotesW/LO/U
SSE. Adrianza
Ques April 6
Hamstring
12/17/14
Adrianza missed the second half of the 2014 season with a strained right hamstring. He is questionable to be ready for Opening Day against the Diamondbacks.0-0
$+0
0-0
SPM. Cain
Ques April 6
Elbow
12/17/14
Cain underwent two separate surgeries to remove bone spurs removed from his elbow and ankle. He is questionable for Opening Day against the Diamondbacks on April 6th.0-0
$+0
0-0
CFA. Pagan
Ques April 6
Back
12/17/14
Pagan underwent surgery to repair a bulging disk in his back and is questionable to be ready for the season-opener against the Diamondbacks.0-0
$+0
0-0
2BM. Scutaro
Ques April 6
Back
12/17/14
Scutaro is questionable to play Opening Day against the Diamondbacks after straining his lower-back last season.0-0
$+0
0-0
RECENT TRENDS
NEWS

Covers Preview - After recording a National League-best 96 victories during the regular season, the Washington Nationals will need one on Monday just to remain alive in their best-of-five Division Series versus the San Francisco Giants. Winning Game 3 will be tough against host San Francisco, which secured its NL-best 10th straight victory on the strength of a ninth-inning rally and Brandon Belt's homer nine frames later in a 2-1 triumph on Saturday.

 
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MATCHUP EDGE
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