San Diego 46-52 | 23-25 away
vs Pittsburgh 46-51 | 23-22 home
Sunday 1:35pm ET

San Diego vs Pittsburgh Predictions

Sun, Jun 23, 1:35pm ET at PNC Park
Starting Pitchers
Joey Lucchesi (5-4) ERA: 3.74
L3: S/O: 5.3 WHIP: 1.1 ER: 2 IP: 6
Steven Brault (3-1) ERA: 4.40
L3: S/O: 4.7 WHIP: 1.5 ER: 2.3 IP: 5.4

Consensus Picks

Computer SD -135 u/9.5
*Community SD -135 57% u/9.5 51%

*Consensus from 1617 predictions.

43425thEarned Run Average4.967th
.24421stQuality Starts01st
22nd OFFENSE 20th
21st Hits 8th
28th Strike Outs 5th
18th DEFENSE 28th
19th Hits 25th
14th Strike Outs 13th
2019 NL West Standings
Los Angeles 66 35 .653 W2
Arizona 50 49 .505 L1
San Francisco 49 50 .495 L1
Colorado 46 52 .469 L6
San Diego 46 52 .469 L3
2019 NL Central Standings
Chicago 54 44 .551 W4
Milwaukee 52 48 .520 W1
St. Louis 50 47 .515 L1
Pittsburgh 46 51 .474 W1
Cincinnati 44 52 .458 W1
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  • @JamesC • 4w

    Lucchesi hasn't been in the greatest form and has giving up some runs in his last couple of starts. I used to really believe in this kid but have kind of changed my tune. While he's pitching in another pitching park, he has been getting hit hard. The one thing that is often written about the Padres is "they are a right handed heavy team" which usually plays against them but not today. Brualt is not a good pitcher and he gives up a lot of fly balls the the padres have some hitters that smash righties. With this all being said, the total already moved up half a run but I think that's not enough, i'm all over this over!

    My Pick: Over 9.5 70%
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  • Lucchesi is quickly becoming a rotation anchor. With the Padres in need of a deep outing, Lucchesi blanked the Brewers for seven innings on Monday. His newfound cutter has given him a third weapon along with his fastball and "churve." I'm not high on Brault, but he has posted a 2.05 ERA while holding opponents to a .677 OPS in 30 2/3 innings over six appearances. He has completed six innings in each of his last two starts while allowing only two runs. With neither offense really impressing, this is another game I think goes under the number today.

    My Pick: Under 9.5 60%
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  • @CoryWatts • 4w

    I like Pittsburgh at plus odds to complete the sweep at home. They seem to have found a spark in some of their youngs guys that got brought up. I like how their line up is looking top to bottom and I think they will put up runs against Lucchesi who struggles on the road. The Padres are also 0-5 in their last 5 games against the Pirates and I think that trend continues Sunday.

    My Pick: Pittsburgh +124 60%
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  • @Covers • 4w

     San Diego Padres vs Pittsburgh Pirates on 2019-06-23 added by Covers

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    San Diego Padres
    (56% consensus). The Pittsburgh Pirates are buried in the basement of the National League Central but they have won three in a row for the first time since taking the final three of a four-game set in San Diego in mid-May. The Pirates have a chance to victimize the visiting Padres once again when they attempt to complete a three-game sweep in Sunday's series finale...

  • @OddsShark • 4w

    Betting Prediction for San Diego Padres vs Pittsburgh Pirates on June 23, 2019, 1:35 PM ET

     San Diego Padres vs Pittsburgh Pirates on 2019-06-23 added by OddsShark

    Free Betting Prediction: San Diego will Win and the Total will go Under .

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  • @Padres • 4w

    Gaslamp Ball: Padres get swept in Pittsburgh


    On June 18, the Padres took the loss in the last game of the Pirates series. This was another one of those games that sends your emotions for a ride. In the 11th inning, the Padres scored 3 runs, putting them in the lead, but the Pirates came back with four more runs of their own, winning them game.

    Joey Lucchesi started at the mound and pitched 5 innings. Lucchesi pitched 86 total pitches with 56 strikes, giving up 4 runs and 6 hits. As for the Padres bullpen, Cal Quantrill and Luis Perdomo came in and pitched scoreless innings.

  • @Padres • 4w Padres blow pair of 3-run leads, get swept by Pirates


    The Padres surrendered a three-run lead twice in the final three innings Sunday, the last of which resulted in the Pirates finishing off a series sweep at PNC Park.

    Kevin Newman's walk-off walk against Matt Wisler in the 11th inning gave Pittsburgh an 11-10 victory in a game that featured seven lead changes.

    The Pirates scored four runs in the 11th inning, with three charged to Phil Maton and the last to Wisler.

    Maton, who pitched a scoreless 10th, began the 11th by walking Bryan Reynolds.

  • @Pirates • 4w

    Bucs Dugout: Pirates try to hand game to Padres who won't accept it, instead walking off 11-10 in 11


    In a game that started where most of the Padres runs came by bleeders, bloops, bunts and bad fundamentals by the Pirates, where 21 runs were scored without the aid of a home run, the Pittsburgh Pirates came back twice from three run deficits in their final at bat to pull off a stunning 11-10 victory in eleven innings, sweeping the three game series.

    Tied 7-7 in the eleventh, Francisco Liriano took over for the Pirates and started it with an eight pitch walk to Eric Hosmer. Manny Machado lined a double into the left field corner and then the Pirates elected to intentionally walk slugger Hunter Renfroe to load the bases with none one out.

  • @Pirates • 4w

    Bucs Dugout: Pirates storm back for 6-3 win over Padres


    On a sunny Saturday afternoon in Pittsburgh the Pirates were going up against the Padres' star rookie pitcher Chris Paddack. owner of a 3.15 ERA in his first twelve major league starts and a 1.82 mark over his minor league career. When in the fourth inning Manny Machado took the Pirates' starter Chris Archer deep into the left field seats for his 16th homerun and 1 1-0 Padres lead, many Pirates' faithful groaned "not again!" and envisioned that feat repeated, possibly many times in that inning, with Archer working against a lineup that already has two slugger with more than twenty long balls.

  • @Padres • 4w Pirates tag Stammen, Padres with another loss


    The Pirates have put together enough offense to win the first two games of this series against their suddenly quiet visitors.

    With four runs against Craig Stammen in the eighth inning Saturday, they beat the Padres 6-3 at PNC Park.

    That followed the Pirates' 2-1 victory on Friday.

    Padres rookie Chris Paddack allowed two runs, both on Jose Osuna's pinch-hit homer in the fifth inning. He allowed five hits, walked three and struck out one in five innings in his first start after a 10-day sojourn to Single-A for some rest and recalibration.

  • @Pirates • 4w

    Fansided: Pittsburgh Pirates Look For Sweep Of The San Diego Padres

    After losing seven games in a row on their most recent road trip, the Pittsburgh Pirates have bounced back. After taking the first two games of their weekend series at PNC Park against the San Diego Padres, the Pirates are now 5-2 in their last seven games played. Now, they are looking to finish off a sweep of the Padres.

    At 1:35 on Sunday afternoon, the Pirates will do battle with the Padres. This is the 19th season of play at PNC Park. In those 19 years, the Pirates have never swept the Padres at PNC Park.

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