Dodgers vs Padres (September 27): Anderson and the Dodgers want to be the spoiler in San Diego in OKBet MLB Baseball


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The Los Angeles Dodgers aren’t under much pressure this week, with the best record in the National League locked up and the best record in the majors practically wrapped up. However, they may put more pressure on the rival San Diego Padres, who are competing for the two remaining NL wild-card positions alongside the Philadelphia Phillies and Milwaukee Brewers.


The Padres and Phillies are ahead, but the Brewers, like the Padres, have nine games remaining at home. As a result, they cannot be ruled out at this time. With the poorest home record of the three clubs with games against Tyler Anderson, Julio Urias, Dylan Cease, and Carlos Rodon on the horizon, nothing is certain for San Diego at this juncture at OKBet MLB Baseball.

It would be a huge disappointment for them to miss the playoffs given their potential and after signing Juan Soto this summer, but they must maintain their current form and finish the deal.

Matchup Information and Betting Odds for the Los Angeles Dodgers vs. San Diego Padres

Matchup Specifics

Los Angeles Dodgers (106-47, 52-26 on the road, first in the NL West) against. San Diego Padres (85-68, 40-32 home, 2nd in the NL West)
Petco Park is the venue and location (San Diego, California)
Tuesday, September 27th, 2022
The game begins at 9:40 p.m. Eastern Time (6:40 p.m. local time)

Pitching Matchup: Dodgers vs. Padres

Tyler Anderson, LHP, Los Angeles (2022: 26 starts, 15-4, 2.52 ERA)
Blake Snell, LHP, San Diego (2022: 22 starts, 8-9, 3.62 ERA)

Odds for Dodgers vs. Padres

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-106 Los Angeles Dodgers
-110 San Diego Padres


Over 7.5 (-118)
Under 7.5 (-104)

The Run Line

San Diego Padres +1.5 (+155) Los Angeles Dodgers -1.5 (-188)

Prediction and Best Bets for the Los Angeles Dodgers vs. San Diego Padres

Padres vs. Dodgers The Dodgers will win.

The Padres hit better against LHP (.247) than RHP (.238) and in games started by LHP (.252 in 52 games) than RHP (.235) this season, but they haven’t had much success against Anderson at OKBet MLB Baseball..

  • 4.2 IP, 4 H, 2 R (2 ER), 3 BB, 4 K on April 23 (San Diego).
  • 6.1 IP, 6 H, R (ER), 2 BB, 6 K on July 2 (Los Angeles).
  • 7 IP, 2 H, 0 R, BB, 3 K on August 7 (Los Angeles).

Anderson has only given up more than three runs once in 14 starts after giving up more than three runs in three of his five June appearances and, since that start on August 2, when he surrendered five runs in five innings in a victory against the San Francisco Giants, he has a 1.72 ERA and seven quality starts in his previous eight appearances at OKBet MLB Baseball..

However, Anderson has three defeats in in eight starts, so the Padres will be in it if Snell can bring it. Will he, however? The former AL Cy Young Award winner has been pitching very effectively in recent months, allowing no more than two runs in 11 of his previous 15 outings.

However, in one of his few terrible starts, he surrendered five runs, seven hits, and three walks in four innings at home against the Dodgers, so keep that in mind if you’re thinking about supporting Snell and the Padres today. Even though San Diego needs this game much more than the Dodgers do, it’s not a compelling enough reason for me to back the home side today given they are 4-12 this season versus World Series contenders. You won’t see the Dodgers at these prices again this year, next year, or probably the year after that, so this is a once-in-a-lifetime chance.

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