MLB Odds – San Diego at Los Angeles Dodgers

MLB odds on Sunday include an ESPN 2 televised game between the San Diego Padres and Los Angeles Dodgers.

It is the finale of a three-game MLB betting odds series between the two teams. Here is a look at the Padres and Dodgers for Sunday night.

MLB odds at the sportsbook favor the Dodgers on Sunday as they usually do when these two teams meet. Before this MLB betting odds series began the Dodgers had won 14 of the last 20 between the two teams. Los Angeles was 8-2 in the last 10 at home in MLB odds against the Padres. The teams had played in Los Angeles a total of six times so far this season before this season began and the Dodgers had won five of the six in MLB odds.

San Diego has been horrible this season on the road in MLB odds. Even with the big prices in MLB betting odds, the Padres have been a bad bet. The Padres simply can’t score many runs on the road and their pitching is nothing special as online sports betting tells us. Other than Adrian Gonzalez, the Padres simply don’t have a lot of players who can impact MLB odds and that means they struggle to score runs.

The Dodgers have been solid all year but they are no longer the guarantee at home in MLB odds as they once were. Earlier this season the Dodgers were money in the bank at home in MLB odds. Los Angeles still has a very good record in MLB odds at home but they have slipped and their road record now is almost as good. The Dodgers win with pitching as their staff ranks as the top in baseball as MLB odds indicate. Los Angeles added Jon Garland recently and he should also help their cause. They also traded for Jim Thome and he could be valuable coming off the bench.

As you look at the MLB odds for the total you might expect an under but the trends predict an over. Before this MLB betting odds series began, 7 of the last 10 between the two teams had gone over.

Online sports betting odds are on the sportsbook board at SBG Global right now. Open your account today and you can wager on the sportsbook odds including the Padres and Dodgers.