San Diego vs Toronto Sat, May 25
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*Consensus from 1152 predictions.
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San Diego has filled its roster with a bunch of young and newly-acquired talent while the Blue Jays still look like one of the most underwhelming home teams in baseball. IMO San Diego is the better of these two teams and it is not even close.100%
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I think Quantrill comes out firing here and helps the Padres keep their winning streak going, so Ill lay the juice with the Padres here.50%
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San Diego Padres (63% consensus). Hunter Renfroe has provided plenty of offensive production for the San Diego Padres, swatting 26 home runs in each of the previous two seasons, and both he and the team are getting plenty of mileage from the long ball this year. After hitting three homers in the series opener in Toronto, the Padres can match their longest win streak of the season Saturday afternoon versus the host Blue Jays... http://bit.ly/2GhFnNX
Betting Prediction for San Diego Padres vs Toronto Blue Jays on May 25, 2019, 3:07 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: San Diego will Win and the Total will go Under .
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SignOnSanDiego.com: Padres pound Blue Jays with team-record seven homers; Quantrill gets first win
Cal Quantrill came home to be himself.
Austin Hedges continues to be what he thinks he is.
Wil Myers hit his first home run at sea level in 23 days, then added another. Ian Kinsler continued to be one of the team's best hitters in the month of May.
A franchise record was set with seven home runs.
Saturday's 19-4 victory over the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre continued some wild, winning times for these Padres.
They have won five games in a row for the second time this season, something they didn't do once in all of 2018.
SignOnSanDiego.com: Franmil Reyes' knees rest; Greg Garcia at DH, Josh Naylor in right for Padres vs. Jays
Andy Green has long lamented the possibility of the designated hitter being used in the National League and decried the lack of strategy required in managing games in American League ballparks.
Days like Saturday and players like Franmil Reyes are serving to reshape his stance.
"I enjoy the NL game, I enjoy the way baseball has been," Green said. "That said, we've got a lot of guys we could utilize as a DHs that we like a lot. So I'm probably softening on that stance in a self-serving kind of way."
Reyes, whose 15 home runs lead the Padres and who has hit .