San Diego Padres versus San Francisco Giants Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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The late night game from Monday will be from the National League West division as the San Diego Padres will open up a series with the San Francisco Giants from Major League Baseball action. The Padres and Giants will begin things from San Francisco at 10:15PM Eastern Time and the MLB Extra Innings Channel provide the live television broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home team San Francisco Giants favored by -117 odds with the return on the road underdog San Diego Padres at +107 odds. The run total is lined at 8 runs. Those who wish to play the San Francisco Giants on the run line and lays the -1 ½ runs will get back +165 odds for their wager. Those who prefer the +1 ½ run head start with San Diego will have to lay -195 odds for a wager on the run line.

The Padres and Giants meet for the seventh time this season. There were two series with each team playing in their home stadium. The home teams thus far in the first six games have won each time. San Diego enters this series red hot as the team has won six straight games. Early last week the Padres opened up a three game series with first place Atlanta and won all three games. Next on the schedule were first place NL west leaders the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Padres put together a three game sweep of their NL West division rivals to get back in the race for the division. Entering play on Monday the Giants trailed the first place Diamondbacks by 1 ½ games with the San Diego Padres suddenly 2 games behind. Monday’s starters will feature right hander Edinson Volquez for San Diego as he opposes lefty Barry Zito. Both starting pitchers have struggled big time. Volquez in fourteen starts has an ERA approaching six and gives up over 1 ½ base runners per inning. Zito is 4-5 in thirteen starts with an ERA approaching five runs.

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