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

Tue, Aug 13, 10:10pm ET at PETCO Park
Starting Pitchers
Brendan McKay (2-2) ERA: 4.25
L3: S/O: 6.7 WHIP: 1.9 ER: 3.7 IP: 4.4
Eric Lauer (6-8) ERA: 4.51
L3: S/O: 3 WHIP: 2.3 ER: 3.3 IP: 4
Odds
Open
Current
TB
SD
O/U
-108
-102
8
-120
+110
8

Consensus Picks


Computer SD +112 u/8
*Community TB -120 57% o/8 59%

*Consensus from 2159 predictions.

Highlights
57719thRuns54923rd
.25413thBatting Average.24621st
.32712thOn Base Percentage.31223rd
.43119thSlugging Percentage.43218th
18th OFFENSE 22nd
9th Hits 24th
24th Strike Outs 27th
2nd DEFENSE 16th
3rd Hits 14th
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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  • @Lockitup • 4d

    I like the Rays here on the road. They have a solid road record of 39-22 and will be playing in a NL ball park. That actually helps them as their pitcher Brandan McKay is also a great hitter. I think he can do enough on the mound and with the Bat to help his team win their 14th out of their last 17 games. Plus we see that Eric Lauer appears to be falling off as he nears his innings total from his rookie season. The Padres lefty has struggled in the second half and the Rays should continue that trend.

    My Pick: Tampa Bay -118 50%
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  • @Natdog • 4d

    I love McKay and have been waiting for a spot to smash him. As crazy as this sounds he's bee -180 and as big as -230 so far in most his starts. One small advantage that the rays have going here is McKay can smash at the plate and he actually will be the teams DH from time to time because he's that talented of a hitter. Lauer is horrific batting so you get a little advantage knowing the rays have 9 quality batters to the padres 8. This is a game of inches so every little thing helps. But the padres should smash against lefties but they rarely do and I just htink McKay has too much talent so I'm going rays

    My Pick: Tampa Bay -118 50%
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  • @Covers • 4d

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    (62% consensus). While first place in the American League East seems unattainable, the Tampa Bay Rays won't be relinquishing the second wild-card spot without a good fight. The Rays attempt to strengthen their hold on the position and extend their road winning streak to nine games when they visit the San Diego Padres for the middle contest of their three-game interleague series... http://bit.ly/2E6GZ6V

  • @OddsShark • 5d

    Betting Prediction for Tampa Bay Rays vs San Diego Padres on August 13, 2019, 10:10 PM ET

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

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  • @Padres • 4d

    Fansided: San Diego Padres try to bounce back against the Rays: Game 2 preview

    After yet another bullpen loss, the San Diego Padres have hit a two-game bump after winning three straight against their division rival.

    The Friars will now look to bounce back and tie the series on Tuesday against the Tampa Bay Rays. After Monday night's performance, you might expect Ian Kinsler to start this game on the mound.

    Sorry to disappoint, but he will not.

    Instead the second game of the series will pit Eric Lauer (6-8) against Brendan McKay (2-2).

    The rookie McKay is having a decent season, posting a 4.

    After yet another bullpen loss, the San Diego Padres have hit a two-game bump after winning three straight against their division rival.

    The Friars will now look to bounce back and tie the series on Tuesday against the Tampa Bay Rays. After Monday night's performance, you might expect Ian Kinsler to start this game on the mound.

    Sorry to disappoint, but he will not.

    Instead the second game of the series will pit Eric Lauer (6-8) against Brendan McKay (2-2).

    The rookie McKay is having a decent season, posting a 4.

  • TBO Rays: Rays at Padres lineups for Tuesday, with Brendan McKay pitching and hitting

    Brendan McKay will be pitching and hitting in the same game for the first time since his college days at Louisville tonight when the Rays take on the Padres.

    And McKay, whose two-way ability makes him one of the game's most interesting rookies, is excited by the opportunity.

    The Rays are looking to run their latest winning streak to five games, to win another series and to move to 21 games over .500 as they continue their first series in San Diego since 2004.

    Leftfielder Tommy Pham, who said late Monday he plans on staying on the active roster despite a small fracture in his right hand, is not in the lineup.

    Brendan McKay will be pitching and hitting in the same game for the first time since his college days at Louisville tonight when the Rays take on the Padres.

    And McKay, whose two-way ability makes him one of the game's most interesting rookies, is excited by the opportunity.

    The Rays are looking to run their latest winning streak to five games, to win another series and to move to 21 games over .500 as they continue their first series in San Diego since 2004.

    Leftfielder Tommy Pham, who said late Monday he plans on staying on the active roster despite a small fracture in his right hand, is not in the lineup.

  • DRaysBay: Rays 10, Padres 4: The offense poured it on in the series opener

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    For the first time since 2004, the Rays are in Petco Park to begin a three-game series against the San Diego Padres.

    Diego Castillo opened this game for the Rays, while Joey Lucchesi and his very funky delivery started for the Padres.

    Guillermo Heredia started this game on the right note with a seven-pitch plate appearance, but struck out. Travis d'Arnaud drew a walk, bringing Lucchesi's pitch count up to 13 after only two batters. Jesus Aguilar grounded out before Avisail Garcia took a first pitch "churve" and sent it 388 feet into the left field seats, giving the Rays an early 2-0 lead.

    For the first time since 2004, the Rays are in Petco Park to begin a three-game series against the San Diego Padres.

    Diego Castillo opened this game for the Rays, while Joey Lucchesi and his very funky delivery started for the Padres.

    Guillermo Heredia started this game on the right note with a seven-pitch plate appearance, but struck out. Travis d'Arnaud drew a walk, bringing Lucchesi's pitch count up to 13 after only two batters. Jesus Aguilar grounded out before Avisail Garcia took a first pitch "churve" and sent it 388 feet into the left field seats, giving the Rays an early 2-0 lead.

  • TBO Rays: Rays stay hot, beat Padres 10-4 for 70th win of season

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    SAN DIEGO - Pitchers provided a couple of the more memorable moments at the plate for the Rays in Monday night's 10-4 win over the Padres.

    Jalen Beeks pinch-hit, and we use that word loosely, for opener Diego Castillo in the second inning, and struck out looking. And Oliver Drake delivered the first hit of his big-league career with a run scoring single in the eighth.

    The real hitters did their part, too, as the Rays won for the fourth straight time, and 13th in their last 16 games.

    Third baseman Matt Duffy had the most productive night, reaching base a career high five times thanks to a walk and a personal-best matching four hits.

    SAN DIEGO - Pitchers provided a couple of the more memorable moments at the plate for the Rays in Monday night's 10-4 win over the Padres.

    Jalen Beeks pinch-hit, and we use that word loosely, for opener Diego Castillo in the second inning, and struck out looking. And Oliver Drake delivered the first hit of his big-league career with a run scoring single in the eighth.

    The real hitters did their part, too, as the Rays won for the fourth straight time, and 13th in their last 16 games.

    Third baseman Matt Duffy had the most productive night, reaching base a career high five times thanks to a walk and a personal-best matching four hits.

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