The Los Angeles Dodgers (87-55) are -166 favorites when they play the San Diego Padres (67-77) on Monday at 10:10 PM ET. Mookie Betts has 99 RBI on the season and will hope to hit his milestone 100th once the game begins at Dodger Stadium, live on SportsNet LA.
Gavin Stone will get the ball for Los Angeles while San Diego will counter with Pedro Avila.
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Dodgers and Padres Betting Trends
The Dodgers are 75-43 in games they were favored on the moneyline (winning 63.6% of those games).
Los Angeles has gone 32-18 (winning 64% of its games) when playing as moneyline favorites of -166 or shorter.
This season, the Padres have won 11 out of the 37 games, or 29.7%, in which they’ve been the underdog.
San Diego has played as an underdog of +141 or more once this season and lost that game.
The Dodgers have combined with opponents to go over the total 82 times this season for an 82-52-7 record against the over/under.
The Padres’ games have gone over the total in 61 of their 144 chances.
Dodgers Stats & Insights
The Dodgers have the No. 2 offense in MLB action scoring 5.6 runs per game (800 total runs).
Los Angeles ranks second in MLB action with 222 home runs. They average 1.6 per game.
The Dodgers’ .258 batting average is eighth-best in MLB.
Los Angeles strikes out 8.5 times per game to rank 13th in baseball.
The Dodgers pitching staff is 23rd in MLB with a collective 8.4 strikeouts per nine innings.
Los Angeles has the 15th-ranked team ERA across all MLB pitching staffs (4.21).
Padres Stats & Insights
The Padres rank 16th in the majors with 655 total runs scored this season.
San Diego’s 183 home runs rank 13th in Major League Baseball.
The Padres’ .240 batting average ranks 22nd in the league this season.
San Diego has shown good bat-to-ball skills at the plate this season with the ninth-best strikeout rate (8.1 per game) among MLB offenses.
The Padres strike out 8.9 batters per nine innings as a pitching staff, 13th in MLB.
San Diego has pitched to a 3.90 ERA this season, which ranks fourth in baseball.
Dodgers Key Players to Watch
Stone makes the start for the Dodgers, his fourth of the season. He is 1-0 with a 10.50 ERA and 10 strikeouts in 18 2/3 innings pitched.
Betts is batting .312 this season with a team-high 38 home runs and 99 RBI.
Freddie Freeman is batting .340 to lead Los Angeles, while adding 25 homers and 92 runs batted in this season.
Max Muncy is slashing .208/.333/.489 this season for the Dodgers.
Will Smith has collected 112 hits this season and has an OBP of .364. He’s slugging .444 on the year.
Padres Key Players to Watch
The Padres’ Avila (1-2) will make his fifth start of the season.
Juan Soto paces the Padres in home runs (28) and runs batted in (85).
Ha-Seong Kim has a club-high .271 batting average.
Fernando Tatis Jr. is hitting .257 with 29 doubles, a triple, 23 home runs and 46 walks.
Manny Machado is hitting .251 with 20 doubles, 26 home runs and 47 walks.
Dodgers and Padres Injuries
Dodgers: Jonny Deluca: 10 Day IL (Hamstring), Yency Almonte: 15 Day IL (Knee), Michael Grove: 15 Day IL (Lat), Joe Kelly: 15 Day IL (Forearm), Gus Varland: 15 Day IL (Knee), Tony Gonsolin: 60 Day IL (Forearm), J.P. Feyereisen: 60 Day IL (Shoulder), Álex Reyes: 60 Day IL (Shoulder), Walker Buehler: 60 Day IL (Elbow), Jimmy Nelson: 60 Day IL (Elbow), Jake Marisnick: 60 Day IL (Hamstring), Blake Treinen: 60 Day IL (Shoulder), Tyler Cyr: 60 Day IL (Shoulder), Daniel Hudson: 60 Day IL (Knee), Dustin May: 60 Day IL (Forearm), Gavin Lux: 60 Day IL (Knee), David Peralta: day-to-day (Elbow)
Padres: Jake Cronenworth: 10 Day IL (Wrist), Ji-Man Choi: 10 Day IL (Rib), Joe Musgrove: 15 Day IL (Shoulder), Yu Darvish: 15 Day IL (Elbow), Steven Wilson: 15 Day IL (Hip), Drew Carlton: 60 Day IL (Elbow), Tim Hill: 60 Day IL (Finger), Reiss Knehr: 60 Day IL (Elbow), Alek Jacob: 60 Day IL (Elbow), Gary Sánchez: 60 Day IL (Wrist), Drew Pomeranz: 60 Day IL (Elbow/flexor)