How to Stream the Game
First pitch from LA will be at 10:10 p.m. ET and will be televised on SNLA, NSBA and ESPN. Further streams for the game can be found the MLB Live Stream subreddit page.
Joe Panik will lead things off for the road team, with Steven Duggar up second. Pablo Sandoval bats third, ahead of Brandon Belt, Stephen Vogt and Evan Longoria. The order is concluded by Brandon Crawford, Kevin Pillar and the pitcher's spot.
Giants’ lineup vs. Dodgers: pic.twitter.com/rg8uijDSmI— Maria I. Guardado (@mi_guardado) June 17, 2019
The Giants bats rank near the bottom of the MLB in all major hitting categories. They're 28th in home runs with 63, 28th in RBIs with 260 and 29th in team batting average at .227. They'll need to step up if they hope to get out of LA with a series win.
Rookie pitcher Tyler Beede will face the Dodgers for the first time when he takes the mound for San Fran Monday night. He's yet to record a win this season, so he'll be looking for career win number one against LA.
Joc Pederson is leading off for the Dodgers, looking to shake off his recent struggles. Alex Verdugo will bat second, ahead of Matt Beaty who is playing first base. Cody Bellinger bats cleanup, followed by Max Muncy, Chris Taylor, Enrique Hernández and Austin Barnes.
RHP Kenta Maeda will get the start Monday night against San Francisco. He's posted a 7-3 record with a 3.89 ERA and 73 strikeouts this season.
The Dodgers will look to increase their lead in the NL West with a series opening win in San Francisco.