The Los Angeles Dodgers (74-33) host the San Diego Padres (61-49) in a marquee match at Sunday Night Baseball. The Dodgers are rolling and have won seven straight games. The Dodgers beat San Diego 8-3 on Saturday. Los Angeles has held a league-best 26-5 record since July 1. The Padres, meanwhile, are hoping to halt their three-game slide and earn an away win over a division opponent. Tyler Anderson (12-1, 2.89 ERA) will be on the mound for Los Angeles while Yu Darvish (10-4, 3.30 ERA) gets the start for the Padres.
The first pitch is scheduled for 7:08 p.m. ET. The latest Padres vs. Dodgers odds from Caesars Sportsbook list Los Angeles at -140 on the money line (risk $100 to win $140). The over-under of the total runs scored is 8.5. Before you decide to play Dodgers vs Padres, be sure to check out the latest MLB predictions and betting advice from Sportsline Projection Models.
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Now the model has set her sights on Padres vs. Dodgers, simply laying down her picks and MLB predictions. You can now go to Sportsline to see the model selection. Here are the numerous MLB odds and betting lines for the Dodgers vs. Padres:
- Padres vs. Dodgers Geldlinie: Los Angeles -140, San Diego +118
- Lauflinie Padres vs. Dodgers: Los Angeles -1,5 (+143)
- Padres vs. Dodgers Over-Under: 8.5 runs
- SD: The Padres are 5-2 in their last seven overall
- LAD: The Dodgers are 7-0 in the bottom seven in Game 3 of the series
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Why you should support the Dodgers
Shortstop Tree Turner is an absolute hitter due to his sharp hands and exceptional racquet control. Turner possesses solid pitch recognition skills and makes consistent contact. He was one of the best players in the league and his stats go back to him. Turner is ninth in MLB in batting average (.306), with 18 homers at RBI (77).
Right fielder Mookie Bates has all the tools you need to become a versatile hitter. Bets are a combination of speed, patience and the power of a sonic racket. The six-time All-Star can hit the ball out of the park and hits for a good average. Bates bats .273 with 59 RBI while ranked ninth in the league in home runs (25).
Why you should support the Padres
Third baseman Manny Machado was a formidable player on both sides of the game. Machado is a reliable defender that has a cannon and good range. He has excellent racquet speed, plate coverage and power in his swing. The six-time All-Star has a .293 batting average with 19 homers and 60 RBIs. He has recorded one hit in four straight matchups.
Recently acquired right fielder Juan Soto is a stun bat in the lineup for San Diego. Soto has a perfect view of the bowl with no real holes in his swing. The 23-year-old Phenom can hit for power and easily spray the ball anywhere on the diamond. Soto has hit 20 home runs with 46 RBI. The two-time All-Star has scored the same in all four games so far.
How to pick the Padres vs. Dodgers
SportsLine’s model estimates a total of 8.4 combined runs. It also states that all values are on one side of the money line. MLB’s model selection is exclusive to SportsLine.
So who wins the Dodgers vs. Padres? And which side are all the values on? Head over to Sportsline now to see which side to jump to, all from the model who crushed her MLB picks, and find out.