Superb Free Baseball Prediction Reds vs Padres 7-29-16
The San Diego Padres hope to proceed with their grand slam spree when opening a nine-game homestand against the Cincinnati Reds on Friday at Petco Park. Superb Free Baseball Prediction Reds vs Padres 7-29-16
While little has gone ideal for reconstructing San Diego (44-58) this season, it has impacted grand slams in 25 straight starts. San Diego joins the 1998 Atlanta Braves with 25 grand slams, and four A.L. clubs, as the leading organizations to achieve that imprint in real class history.
On the off chance, most likely chance, that the Padres keep going tonight in the first of a three-game series against the Reds, they will set the NL record and crawl closer to the 2002 Texas Rangers. 27 straight home runs.
Cincinnati Reds Starting Pitcher Brandon Finnegan
Brandon Finnegan is 5-8 on the season along with a 4.93 ERA and has pathetically allowed 22 grand slams in 20 games this season and counting. He had one career start (6/25/16) vs. the Padres and lost that game 3-0, allowing three ERs on five hits and three walks in 6.2 innings of work.
The Padres are coming off of a Wednesday’s 8-4 win over the Toronto Blue Jays in which Adam Rosales and Brett Wallace dove deep and Alex Dickerson, among the clubs top prospects, struck a homer for the fourth consecutive game.
What gives for a group which is shedding veterans and attempting to develop a brighter future as it pitches toward its 6th straight losing season?
They have the worst staff efficiently in the majors, really struggling on the road, where they have allowed over six runs per game, and counting. The Reds will need that pitching to improve next year, especially if they lose Bruce. Bottom line, however, it will not happen.
The Padres’ muscle will probably possess Finnegan’s considerations. He has surrendered a grand slam in six straight starts and 10 hits in his last four.
Jay Bruce In Cincinnati Coming To An End?
With Monday’s exchanging due date drawing closer, the Reds keep on fielding offers for Jay Bruce. The All-Star right defender has been on a tear, tying a club record with home runs in five straight games; he has six homers in five games. He now leads the team with 255 home runs and 79 runs batted in, while in his 8+ years in Cincinnati he has averaged 25.9 home runs per year and 79.7 RBIs per year. It’s conceivable the All-Star is playing his last game with the Reds.
It figures scouts from three West Coast placating groups, the Giants, Dodgers, and Mariners will assess the left-hand hitting veteran corner outfielder who fills a need. Of the three clubs interested, the Seattle Mariners are pushing hard for Jay Bruce.
Like the Padres, the Reds (40-61) are attempting to flip their list and gather youthful ability with upside. Shockingly, San Diego is doing it while hitting the ball outside the ballpark at a significant rate.
San Diego Padres Starting Pitcher Edwin Jackson
San Diego easily hands the ball to veteran Edwin Jackson (1-1, 4.30 ERA), trusting he can copy his last trip at Petco. He took a no-hitter into the seventh inning against the Giants in his Padres’ presentation on July 17th settling for the win. Jackson has been sharp in two begins in the wake of taking Drew Pomeranz’s pivot spot when Pomeranz was sold to the Boston Red Sox.
E. Jackson is 1-0 with a 2.91 earned run average. Jackson is now a horrific 15-34 with a 5.47 earned run average in his last 58 games as a starter. Also, he is 4-3 with a 3.98 earned run average in 10 games vs. the Reds, while at Petco in his career he’s 1-2 with a 4.25 ERA in nine games.
Cincinnati Reds Offense Overview
The C. Reds come in ranked 18th overall in the majors in scoring, scoring 4.32 runs per game. The Reds ranking 25th in hitting at .242 and 16th in home runs with 116. The C. Reds have hit .236 overall on the road, including .243 vs. righties. Cincinnati scores 4.23 runs per game, however, allows 6.18 RPG on the road.
San Diego Padres’ Offense Overview
San Diego Padres check in at sixteenth in the MLB in scoring, setting up 4.44 RPG, while likewise positioning 26th in hitting at .242 and fifteenth in homers with 123. The Padres have hit .239 at home., including .262 versus lefties. San Diego Padres have scored 4.19 runs per game and have allowed more than 5.27 RPG at home this year.
Cincinnati Reds Bullpen Stats
- 3 days: 4 pitchers, 90 pitches, 13 outs
- 5 days: 6 pitchers, 20 pitches, 37 outs
San Diego Padres Bullpen Stats
- 3 days: 6 pitchers, 148 pitches, 27 outs
- 5 days: 7 pitchers, 256 pitches, 51 outs
Latest Trends: Reds vs. Padres
- The Over is 20-9-4 in the Reds last 33 games after a win
- The Over is 18-7-3 in Cincinnati’s last 27 games versus a…bad pitcher
- The Over is 32-15-3 in the San Diego Padres last 51 games.
Weather Report Tonight in Cincinnati
- Mostly clear at 74°F and 67% humidity by game time. The Wind from the West-Southwest and gentle at 9 mph. Chance of precipitation: 0
- 1 hour before game time, mostly clear at 72°F and 72% humidity. Wind from the West-Southwest and calm at 6 mph. Chance of precipitation: 0%.
- Game time plus 2 hours Mostly clear at 71°F and 76% humidity. Wind from the West-Southwest and calm at 6 mph. Chance of precipitation: 0%.
Superb Free Baseball Prediction Reds vs Padres 7-29-16
Going to search for a high scoring amusement here. The Reds offense has not been that terrible this year, but rather their pitching has been unpleasant, especially when they have allowed more than 6.0 RPG.
Finnegan has posted a 10.9 ERA in his last four games, while Jackson has a 4.25 career ERA in the park. Finnegan’s final four starts have found the average value of 14.5 RPG, while Cincinnati accumulates 10.4 RPG.
San Diego’ home recreations have set up 9.46 RPG. Both groups plainly have enough offense to get this match-up through the posted total.
- The Pick: OVER 8.5 ($1,000) TOP MLB PICK OF THE WEEK
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