Padres Look to Bounce Back this Online MLB Betting Tuesday
Posted by: Charlie Smith
Now that Spring Training has concluded and we can dive headfirst into the online MLB betting season, bettors can begin to take advantage of Major League Baseball as best they can. We’ve only just scratched the surface of this year’s seasons but already the baseball wagering lines are beginning to pile on. Tuesday’s round of action should offer another optimum opportunity for players to turn a profit on America’s favorite pastime.
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There are a total of 9 matchups on the schedule for Tuesday’s action, but the contest offering the most lucrative odds is the pairing between the San Diego Padres and the Los Angeles Dodgers. Tuesday’s contest will mark the second game in the inaugural series, with the Dodgers laying a whooping on the Padres in the first game, 14-3. Since most of the online MLB betting community is expecting a similar result in Game 2, a Padres’ upset will have an auspicious reward for bettors daring enough to risk it.
San Diego Padres vs. Los Angeles Dodgers – Game 2 – Tuesday, April 4th
Where: Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, California
When: 10:10 pm ET
TV: Local Broadcasts
Online MLB Betting Odds:
San Diego Padres +1 ½ (-110) 7 ½ (EV) +205
Los Angeles Dodgers –1 ½ (-110) 7 ½ (-120) -225
San Diego Padres
The Padres were hopeful that they could begin the season on a high note but the 14-3 defeat they suffered instead is something all too common for San Diego fans. Neither the offense nor the defense showed up for San Diego in their opening match, as starter Jhoulys Chacin allowed nine runs on just eight hits, and Christian Bethancourt and Jose Torres allowed 5 runs in 2.1 frames. The Padres’ bats couldn’t keep up with the onslaught of runs the Dodgers were delivering, and they only had 5 hits all night. Ryan Schimpf was Los Angeles’ top threat delivering a pair of hits and a long ball. Manuel Margot and Yangervis Solarte each had a run for San Diego.
To help deliver an upset in Game 2, the Padres will turn to left handed pitcher Clayton Richard. In 2016, Richard went 3-3 and had a 2.52 ERA in a resume that included nine starts and a pair of relief appearances.
Los Angeles Dodgers
The Dodgers don’t need to change much to get another win over their California rival. Some baseball wagering fans consider the Dodgers to be a World Series favorite and their opening day performance against San Diego doesn’t hurt that image, but overall it’s too early to tell. Clayton Kershaw pitched a good game, only allowing 2 runs on 2 hits in 7 innings, delivering 8 strikeouts in that time.
The Dodgers will send Kenta Maeda to the mound Tuesday night. 2016 was Maeda’s first year with Los Angeles and he enjoyed a decent amount of success posting a 16-11 record with a 3.48 ERA in 32 starts.