San Diego Padres vs. Miami Marlins - 6/13/16 MLB Pick, Odds, and Prediction
Miami Marlins (32-31) at San Diego Padres (26-38)
MLB Baseball: Monday, June 13, 2016 at 10:10 pm (PETCO Park)
W Chen (3-2) (4.56) vs. Colin Rea (3-2) (4.74)
The Line: San Diego Padres -105 / Miami Marlins -105 --- Over/Under: 7.5 See the Latest Odds
TV: FS-San Diego
The Miami Marlins pay a visit to Petco Park to face the San Diego Padres on Monday night.
The Miami Marlins are siting in 4th in the National League East and have to find a way to get over the hump and challenge in the division. The Marlins have lost two straight after a 6-0 defeat at the Diamondbacks on Sunday. Neither the bats or arms were effective with Miami starter Adam Conley getting tagged for all six runs (five earned) on eleven hits over five frames to fall to 3-4. The Fish were held to three singles and a pair of base on balls and didn’t threaten. The Marlins open the series at Petco Park with left hander Wei-Yin Chen on the mound. Chen is coming off of a 7-5 loss at Minnesota where he was charged with five runs on nine hits including three homers.
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The San Diego Padres need a long hot streak to get themselves back in the National League West. The Padres will have to wait another day for the hot streak to begin after a 2-1 loss at Coors Field on Sunday. The work on the mound could not win on their lonesome with SD starter allowing an unearned run on two hits and three free passes while striking out nine through six innings for a no decision. Kevin Quackenbush served up a solo jack in one inning to fall to 3-3 and the Padres eight hit two walk attack wasn’t enough. The Padres logged eight hits and walked twice with Jon Jay singling in Alexei Ramirez with the only run. Collin Rea kicks off the series on the mound for his first career meeting with Miami. Rea did not get a decision in a 4-3 win versus Atlanta with three runs plated on six hits in seven frames.
The over is 7-3-1 in San Diego’s last 11 Monday games and is 9-3 in Rea’s last 12 home starts. When Miami looks bad they look bad and I suppose that describes San Diego as well…