The 49ers declining a late penalty gave Seahawks backers a close ATS win Thursday.
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This is 1* Free Play on the LA Dodgers.
The visiting Dodgers will send Dan Haren (11-10, 4.44 ERA) to the mound; Haren is looking for his fourth win in five starts and has begun to turn things around after a few rough outings. Haren began the month by losing a fifth straight start, but he's since gone 3-1 with a 2.70 ERA while posting a very respectable .200 opponents' batting average in the process (and note that Haren is 1-0 with a 2.31 ERA in two outings at Petco Park this season). The home side counters with Andrew Cashner (2-6, 2.43 ERA) who is making his second start since a lengthy DL stint. The right-hander surrendered two runs and seven hits in five innings and didn't get a decision in Saturday's 5-2 loss in Arizona. Cashner has been very good in four career starts against the Dodgers, but I think runs into a buzzsaw today, LA is the better team and is coming in hot having won six of eight; also note that LA has won four of the last six games between these teams. I respect the Padres strong home record (32-26) but I think the Dodgers road mark is even more impressive at 42-26. Los Angeles has won the last six series with San Diego and the rotation has been exceptional during that stretch with a 1.64 ERA. Consider taking the Dodgers as a slight dog on the road.
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