San Diego Padres MLB Betting Odds

San Diego Padres MLB Betting Odds

San Diego Padres MLB Betting

It was a breakthrough season for the San Diego Padres in 2020, as they made the postseason for the first time since 2006. While the shortened season may have helped, the Padres were more than good enough to take advantage of the situation. Now the challenge for San Diego is to prove they can do it again over the long 162-game full season. Gamblers are certainly sold on the Padres and have made them the second choice to the Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League. Some sharps and wiseguys are taking more of a wait and see approach. There is always the danger of being out on a limb with an unproven team. San Diego must prove it can run a marathon as well as a sprint.

San Diego Padres at a Glance

Manager: Jayce Tingler

Home Stadium: Petco Park

World Series Championships: None

League Pennants: 2 ( Last, 1998 )

Division Titles: 5 ( Last, 2006 )

Odds to Win World Series: +695 (March 2021)

Odds to Win National League Pennant: +340 (March 2021)

2021 Season Preview

The San Diego Padres finished the 2020 season with a record of 37-23 and 28-30-2 under the total. San Diego made it to the National League Division Series, where they were swept in three games by the Los Angeles Dodgers. MLB metrics showed the Padres as one of the most balanced and complete teams in the league. San Diego ranked 3rd for runs scored, 4th for OPS, 4th for home runs, and 1st for stolen bases. San Diego ranked 7th for earned run average, 3rd for WHIP, 7th for quality starts, and 14th for bullpen on the hill.

Manager Jayce Tingler had a stellar rookie season in the dugout and has won the trust of fans, gamblers, and the San Diego players. Previously he was a coach with the Texas Rangers before taking the San Diego gig.

“Slam Diego” has significant expectations with such players as Fernando Tatis Jr., Manny Machado, and Jake Cronenworth. Tatis is considered by many to be the most exciting player in baseball. Overall, the entire Padres team plays with contagious enthusiasm.

Shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr., age 22, is the future of the Padres. Tatis ended up as All MLB First-Team and won an NL Silver Slugger Award as well. Tatis proved that his strong 2019 rookie season was no fluke. His 2020 OPS was .937 to go with 17 home runs, 50 runs, and 45 runs batted in for the 59 games he played. Tatis hit 22 home runs in 84 games for his 2019 campaign.

2021 San Diego Padres Schedule

April 1-4: Arizona Diamondbacks

April 5-7: San Francisco Giants

April 9-11: at Texas Rangers

April 12-15: at Pittsburgh Pirates

April 16-18: Los Angeles Dodgers

April 19-21: Milwaukee Brewers

April 22-25: at Los Angeles Dodgers

April 27-28: at Arizona Diamondbacks

April 30-May 2: San Francisco Giants

May 3-5: Pittsburgh Pirates

May 7-9: at San Francisco Giants

May 10-12: at Colorado Rockies

May 14-16: St. Louis Cardinals

May 17-19: Colorado Rockies

May 21-23: Seattle Mariners

May 24-27: at Milwaukee Brewers

May 28-30: at Houston Astros

May 31-June 2: at Chicago Cubs

June 3-6: New York Mets

June 7-9: Chicago Cubs

June 11-13: at New York Mets

June 14-16: at Colorado Rockies

June 17-20: Cincinnati Reds

June 21-23: Los Angeles Dodgers

June 25-27: Arizona Diamondbacks

June 29-July 1: at Cincinnati Reds

July 2-4: at Philadelphia Phillies

July 5-8: Washington Nationals

July 9-11: Colorado Rockies

July 16-18: at Washington Nationals

July 19-21: at Atlanta Braves

July 22-25: at Miami Marlins

July 27-28: Oakland Athletics

July 29-August 1: Colorado Rockies

August 3-4: at Oakland Athletics

August 6-8: Arizona Diamondbacks

August 9-11: Miami Marlins

August 12-15: at Arizona Diamondbacks

August 16-18: at Colorado Rockies

August 20-22: Philadelphia Phillies

August 24-26: Los Angeles Dodgers

August 27-28: at Los Angeles Angels

August 30-September 1: at Arizona Diamondbacks

September 3-5: Houston Astros

September 7-8: Los Angeles Angels

September 10-12: at Los Angeles Dodgers

September 13-16: at San Francisco Giants

September 17-19: at St. Louis Cardinals

September 21-23: San Francisco Giants

September 24-26: Atlanta Braves

September 28-30: at Los Angeles Dodgers

October 1-3: at San Francisco Giants

Statistics By Year (2010)

YEAR RECORD HOME AWAY MONEY O/U DIVISION FINISH
2020 37-23 20-10 17-13 +666 28-30-2 2nd
2019 70-92 36-45 34-47 -2636 74-76-12 5th
2018 66-96 31-50 35-46 -1,141 79-78-5 5th
2017 71-91 43-38 28-53 +348 81-73-8 4th
2016 68-94 39-42 29-52 -30 80-77-5 5th
2015 74-88 39-42 35-46 -1,924 93-62-7 4th
2014 77-85 48-33 29-52 -905 61-95-6 3rd
2013 76-86 45-36 31-50 +241 75-82-5 3rd
2012 76-86 42-39 34-47 +448 85-73-4 4th
2011 71-91 35-46 36-45 -1,123 81-74-7 5th
2010 90-72 45-36 45-36 +1,905 70-82-10 2nd

Year-By-Year History (2010)

YEAR RECORD STANDING POSTSEASON
2020 37-23 2nd Lost NLDS
2019 70-92 5th -
2018 66-96 5th -
2017 71-91 4th -
2016 68-94 5th -
2015 74-88 4th -
2014 77-85 3rd -
2013 76-86 3rd -
2012 76-86 4th -
2011 71-91 5th -
2010 90-72 2nd -
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