Tampa Bay 71-52 | 40-23 away
vs San Diego 56-65 | 29-33 home
Monday 10:10pm ET
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Tampa Bay vs San Diego Predictions

Mon, Aug 12, 10:10pm ET at PETCO Park
Starting Pitchers
Diego Castillo (2-5) ERA: 4.12
L3: S/O: 1.3 WHIP: 0.7 ER: 0 IP: 1.3
Joey Lucchesi (6-6) ERA: 4.19
L3: S/O: 6.7 WHIP: 1.1 ER: 2.3 IP: 5.4
Odds
Open
Current
TB
SD
O/U
+130
-140
8.5
+110
-120
8

Consensus Picks


Computer TB +113 u/8
*Community SD -120 60% o/8 68%

*Consensus from 2086 predictions.

Highlights
57719thRuns54923rd
.25413thBatting Average.24621st
.32712thOn Base Percentage.31223rd
.43119thSlugging Percentage.43218th
17th OFFENSE 22nd
9th Hits 24th
24th Strike Outs 27th
2nd DEFENSE 16th
3rd Hits 12th
3rd Strike Outs 11th
2019 AL East Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
New York 82 42 .661 W1
Tampa Bay 71 52 .577 L2
Boston 65 59 .524 W3
Toronto 52 73 .416 W1
Baltimore 39 83 .320 L5
2019 NL West Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Los Angeles 82 42 .661 W1
San Francisco 62 61 .504 W2
Arizona 61 62 .496 L3
San Diego 56 65 .463 L1
Colorado 55 67 .451 W2
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  • @JonWilks • 5d

    Lucceshesi isn't that great and I've watched him enough to know what he is. He had a lot of hype this year and was going to be one of the new wave of pitchers to hit the league and he has heavily disappointed. I like this Rays team and while Castillo isn't the greatest in his own right, I like one of these teams to get it going tonight and I'm on the over myself.

    My Pick: Over 8
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  • I like the Rays value here at plus odds on the road. The Rays are 9-2 in their last 11 overall, 6-0 in their last 6 road games, and 5-1 in their last 6 interleague road games.

    My Pick: Tampa Bay +120 50%
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  • @Covers • 5d

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    (51% consensus). The road continues to be kind to the Tampa Bay Rays, who begin a three-game interleague series against the host San Diego Padres on Monday. The Rays have won seven straight away games, one shy of the team record set in July of 2014, and hold a 1 1/2-game lead over Oakland for the second American League wild-card spot... http://bit.ly/2uz3ylq

  • @OddsShark • 6d

    Betting Prediction for Tampa Bay Rays vs San Diego Padres on August 12, 2019, 10:10 PM ET

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    Free Betting Prediction: Tampa Bay will Win and the Total will go Under .

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  • @Padres • 5d

    Gaslamp Ball: 08/12 Game Thread: Padres (55-62) vs. Rays (69-50)

    MLB

    WHAT: Padres try to bounce back after dropping series finale to Rockies.

    WHEN: Sunday, August 12, 2019, at 7:10 p.m.

    WHERE: PetCo Park, San Diego, CA

    HOW: Watch on FOX Sports San Diego (or FOX Sports Go), listen on 97.3FM The Fan. Spanish broadcasts on FOX Deportes San Diego and XEMO 860AM.

    WHY: The Padres' leader in WAR among starting pitchers, Joey Lucchesi, takes the mound tonight as the Friars welcome the Rays to town. Offensively, rookie phenom Fernando Tatis Jr.

    WHAT: Padres try to bounce back after dropping series finale to Rockies.

    WHEN: Sunday, August 12, 2019, at 7:10 p.m.

    WHERE: PetCo Park, San Diego, CA

    HOW: Watch on FOX Sports San Diego (or FOX Sports Go), listen on 97.3FM The Fan. Spanish broadcasts on FOX Deportes San Diego and XEMO 860AM.

    WHY: The Padres' leader in WAR among starting pitchers, Joey Lucchesi, takes the mound tonight as the Friars welcome the Rays to town. Offensively, rookie phenom Fernando Tatis Jr.

  • TBO Rays: Rays at Padres lineups for Monday in first visit since 2004

    MLB

    The Rays are making their first visit to San Diego since 2004 and just their second overall for a three-game series that starts tonight.

    Diego Castillo will be the opener for the Rays and Austin Pruitt is available for bulk innings, though the Rays may be aggressive in shuffling pitchers if it's a close game and use pinch-hitters whenever possible. That's because this is an interleague series with no DH.

    The Padres have a couple of familiar ex-Rays, former Rookie of the Year outfielder Wil Myers and 2019 All-Star reliever Kirby Yates.

    Here is the Rays lineup, with Tommy Pham not playing against lefty Joey Lucchesi:

    Heredia lf

    d'Arnaud c

    Aguilar 1b

    Garcia rf

    Duffy 3b

    Brosseau 2b

    Kiermaier cf

    Adames ss

    Castillo p

    And here is the Padres lineup:

    Tatis ss

    Naylor rf

    Machado 3b

    Hosmer 1b

    Myers lf

    Mejia c

    Margot cf

    Urias 2b

    Lucchesi p

    The Rays are making their first visit to San Diego since 2004 and just their second overall for a three-game series that starts tonight.

    Diego Castillo will be the opener for the Rays and Austin Pruitt is available for bulk innings, though the Rays may be aggressive in shuffling pitchers if it's a close game and use pinch-hitters whenever possible. That's because this is an interleague series with no DH.

    The Padres have a couple of familiar ex-Rays, former Rookie of the Year outfielder Wil Myers and 2019 All-Star reliever Kirby Yates.

    Here is the Rays lineup, with Tommy Pham not playing against lefty Joey Lucchesi:

    Heredia lf

    d'Arnaud c

    Aguilar 1b

    Garcia rf

    Duffy 3b

    Brosseau 2b

    Kiermaier cf

    Adames ss

    Castillo p

    And here is the Padres lineup:

    Tatis ss

    Naylor rf

    Machado 3b

    Hosmer 1b

    Myers lf

    Mejia c

    Margot cf

    Urias 2b

    Lucchesi p

  • @Padres • 5d

    Fansided: San Diego Padres vs. Tampa Bay Rays: Series opener preview

    Coming off their first series win since the All-Star break, the San Diego Padres need to turn the corner quickly as they face a tough obstacle ahead. The Tampa Bay Rays are coming to town, and that team is no joke.

    The Rays sit at 69-50, 8.5 games back from the American League East leaders but in possession of a wild card spot. They're currently riding a three-game winning streak having gone 8-2 in their last 10.

    The team has a very stout defense, owing their +99 run differential to the lowest runs allowed in the AL and second-lowest in the MLB at 459.

    Coming off their first series win since the All-Star break, the San Diego Padres need to turn the corner quickly as they face a tough obstacle ahead. The Tampa Bay Rays are coming to town, and that team is no joke.

    The Rays sit at 69-50, 8.5 games back from the American League East leaders but in possession of a wild card spot. They're currently riding a three-game winning streak having gone 8-2 in their last 10.

    The team has a very stout defense, owing their +99 run differential to the lowest runs allowed in the AL and second-lowest in the MLB at 459.

  • @Padres • 5d

    SignOnSanDiego.com: Padres on deck: Rays continue West Coast swing in San Diego

    Previewing the Padres' three-game series at home against the Tampa Bay Rays: 7:10 p.m. Monday-Tuesday and 12:40 p.m. Wednesday. Previewing the Padres' three-game series at home against the Tampa Bay Rays: 7:10 p.m. Monday-Tuesday and 12:40 p.m. Wednesday.

  • @Padres • 5d

    SignOnSanDiego.com: Column: Should Padres study Rays, who with less money have No. 1 farm system and 69-50 record?

    Next up for the Padres, starting Monday night, is a home series with the Tampa Bay Rays.

    These three games aside, here's some big-picture advice for the folks who run the Padres:

    Fancy your team the "Pad-Rays."

    That's an easy thing for any geek to type, but if the Pads could be more like the Rays -- and, in fairness, they may be tracking a similar trend line -- for Pads fans, it would be like having both a tasty appetizer and a good meal.

    You may have heard the Padres have a farm system that's super-duper.

    Next up for the Padres, starting Monday night, is a home series with the Tampa Bay Rays.

    These three games aside, here's some big-picture advice for the folks who run the Padres:

    Fancy your team the "Pad-Rays."

    That's an easy thing for any geek to type, but if the Pads could be more like the Rays -- and, in fairness, they may be tracking a similar trend line -- for Pads fans, it would be like having both a tasty appetizer and a good meal.

    You may have heard the Padres have a farm system that's super-duper.

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