San Diego Padres at San Francisco Giants
|Date & Time||Tuesday June 11, 2019, 9:45 PM (EDT)|
San Francisco, California
The Line: San Diego Padres -161 / San Francisco Giants +140 -- Over/Under: 8
The San Diego Padres and San Francisco Giants meet Tuesday in MLB action at Oracle Park.
The San Diego Padres could use a win after losing six of their last nine games. The Padres have scored eight runs in their last three games and four or more runs in five of their last seven games. The San Diego Padres have won five of their last seven games when scoring four or more runs. Eric Hosmer leads the Padres with 70 hits and 36 RBI while Manny Machado and Franmil Reyes have combined for 108 hits and 66 RBI. Chris Paddack gets the ball, and he is 4-4 with a 2.97 ERA and 66 strikeouts this season. This will be Paddack’s second career game against the Giants.
The San Francisco Giants could also use a win after losing four of their last five games. The Giants have scored four runs in their last three games and three or less runs in 10 of their last 15 games. The San Francisco Giants have lost 10 of their last 12 games when scoring three or less runs. Steven Duggar leads the Giants with 53 hits and 26 RBI while Joe Panik and Kevin Pillar have combined for 100 hits and 46 RBI. Tyler Beede gets the ball, and he is 0-2 with a 8.15 ERA and 19 strikeouts this season. This will be Beede’s second career game against the Padres.
The Padres are 6-1 in their last 7 during game 1 of a series, 14-4 in their last 18 games following an off day and 1-4 in their last 5 games vs. a right-handed starter. The Giants are 1-4 in their last 5 games following an off day, 1-5 in their last 6 vs. National League West and 1-7 in their last 8 home games. The Padres are 6-2 in the last 8 meetings and the under is 6-2 in the last 8 meetings. The over is 6-2 in Giants last 8 home games. The under is 7-2 in Paddack's last 9 starts overall.
Paddack is going through a rookie rough patch at the moment, giving up 14 hits and nine earned runs in his last 9.1 innings and has allowed seven homers in his last four starts. The good news is Paddack still has an ERA under three on the year and is allowing a .189 batting average. Basically, Paddack and the Padres are fine as long as he keeps the ball inside the park. Beede has yet to put together a promising performance, as he's allowed 24 hits and 16 earned runs through 17.2 innings and has 15 walks to 19 strikeouts. The San Francisco Giants also have this issue where they can't put together any sort of offense, something that's followed them the last three years. Give me the San Diego Padres.