Padres losers of nine straight; faves Monday vs. Rockies

Jul 7, 2013 |
After fighting back to a 40-40 record following a 9-2 victory over the Miami Marlins on June 28, the San Diego Padres have dropped nine straight games to fall to the basement of the National League West.

Any $100 bettor would be up $584.48 if they had faded the Padres in each game of their current losing streak.

Though they have scored plenty of runs in their three most recent losses to the Washington Nationals, San Diego’s bats have really let them down. In the first six games of their losing streak, the Friars managed just seven runs. Even worse, they posted an average of .180 in those first six losses.

The Padres (-122) return home after a nine-game road trip to host the Colorado Rockies (+113) on Monday. San Diego is a better bet at PETCO Park, posting a 25-18 record to date.

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