San Diego vs Toronto Sun, May 26
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In yesterdays game against the Blue Jays, the visiting Padres launched seven homers as they won 19-4. Our Toronto Blue Jays vs San Diego Padres moneyline pick does not expect this game to be that bloody, but we do find that the Padres have a real opportunity to notch their second-straight series sweep today. This Toronto Blue Jays vs San Diego Padres pick is the visiting team, San Diego, with the money line at -122 is the play.60%
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This game has been a slug fest the last two but I think we see a completely different game today with these two pitchers. I got 8 last night and some books are still offering 8 -120. Stroman is the Jays top pitcher and what is not to be confused with Edwin Jackson. Stoman does really well against right handed batters and has a ground ball rate of 62% which leads the league. This is great because it makes it hard for teams to rack up big innings against him because he's great at turning double plays. He does a great job limiting hard contact and gives up an ISO of .096 to right handed batters. So I don't see the Padres throwing up a huge number once again. On the other side Paddack has been on a tear and is the front runner for rookie of the year. I still don't think this blue jays lineup is as good as people make them out to be and I just think this under is a smash spot. Paddack is striking out righties at a 35% rate right now and I just don't know where runs are going to come by today. I love this play70%
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Betting Prediction for San Diego Padres vs Toronto Blue Jays on May 26, 2019, 1:07 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: San Diego will Win and the Total will go Under .
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SignOnSanDiego.com: Blue Jays turn rout around, avoid sweep by Padres
Chris Paddack Day got postponed, and Marcus Stroman made sure the Padres' next big game would be back in the United States.
The Blue Jays' veteran right-hander, who had pitched far better than his record, on Sunday went just five innings in earning his third victory of the season, as a couple of Toronto's top prospects had big days of their own in a 10-1 victory at Rogers Centre.
Shortly after the Padres beat the Jays 19-4 on Saturday, manager Andy Green was looking ahead to the challenge of Stroman and the "battle at-bats" it would require.