San Diego Padres versus LA Dodgers Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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The San Diego Padres and LA Dodgers will meet in game three and the series finale on Sunday afternoon from Major League Baseball. The Padres and Dodgers begin from Los Angeles at 4PM Eastern Time and the MLB package has the live national television broadcast.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker have the home standing LA Dodgers favored by -161 odds with the return on the San Diego Padres at +146 odds. The total is lined at 8 runs. Those wagering on the LA Dodgers on the run line and laying the -1 ½ runs will get back +120 odds. Bettors taking the +1 ½ runs on the San Diego Padres will have to lay -140 odds for their run line wager. On the first five inning line the LA Dodgers are favored by -170 odds with the Padres returning +150 odds. The MLB over under is set at 4 runs after a full five innings of play.

This is the rubber game of the three game series as each club has won one game thus far. The pitching matchup for the series finale will have Jason Marquis on the hill for San Diego as he opposes left hander Chris Capuano for the Dodgers. Marquis has struggled in 2012 as the Padre starter is just 3-9 this year with an ERA of 5.79. After being released by Minnesota the Padres picked up Marquis off the scrap heap. He is 1-5 with San Diego with an ERA of 3.71. He has benefitted pitching at Petco Park as in his past two road starts he allowed nine earned runs in 12 1/3rd innings. The veteran lefty Capuano is 9-4 in 2012 with an ERA of 2.91 in 111 1/3rd innings of work. He has pitched exceptionally well at home this year as the Dodger hurler has given up eight earned runs over his past five home starts working 33 innings. He is 5-1 at home with an ERA of 1.93 and WHIP of 1.05. The trend it pointing under in Capuano’s home starts as the games have fallen below the posted total seven of nine times in 2012.

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