#2907 San Diego
#2908 New York

Friday June 11, 2021
at 7:10pm EDT

5 Free Predictions

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statsalt

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The National League West meets the NL East for a three-game tilt this weekend as the San Diego Padres will be in Queens, NY to take on the New York Mets. San Diego is coming off a series loss to Chicago while New York split their most recent interleague series against Baltimore. The Padres have left-hander Blake Snell starting game one and New York hands the ball to Jacob deGrom for Friday night’s contest. Padres Struggling in JuneIt was not too long ago that the Padres were sitting in first pla... Read more

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winnersandwhiners

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After splitting even in the previous series, the San Diego Padres and New York Mets will work towards settling things in the opener of their three-game weekend meeting on Friday. It has been a fall into the abyss for a Padres team that is 3-8 in their last 11 games. They recently dropped back-to-back losses to the Chicago Cubs in games where they were held to only a solo run. They’ll have their work cut out for them in turning it around on the road against a Mets team that just went 1-1 with the... Read more

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racingdudes

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The Mets are atop the NL East and in the first game of an NL series play host to the slumping Padres. The Padres have lost two in a row and four of their last five games and in their last 11 games they only have three wins. While slumping as of late they still are 10 games over .500 and only 2.5 games out of first place in the NL West. The San Diego lineup has been solid on the season but not so much as of late and the strength of the club is a pitching staff that leads the Majors in team ERA. T... Read more

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actionnetwork

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Padres vs. Mets Odds Padres Odds +150 Mets Odds -175 Over/Under 5.5 Time 7:10 p.m. ET TV MLB Network Odds as of Friday morning and via Read more

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covers

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A city with no shortage of experience hosting "One Night Only!" shows gets to stage another one Friday night. Early National League Most Valuable Player candidates Jacob deGrom and Fernando Tatis Jr. are slated to oppose each other for the second time in six days -- and the last time in the regular season -- Friday night, when the New York Mets host the San Diego Padres in the opener of a three-game series. Two-time Cy Young Award winner deGrom (5-2, 0.62 ERA) will look to continue his historic... Read more