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Free MLB Pick – San Diego Padres O/U66.5 total wins
Right now, San Diego is where the Chicago Cubs were often for decades, clueless; dysfunctional and rebuilding. The first two years of GM A.J Preller’s regime have been filled with curiosity and losing. If you look at the Padres roster, even to the more ardent baseball fans, there are not many familiar names. The everyday lineup will struggle to score runs consistently, the starting pitching staff is laughable and the bullpen lacks talent and will be overworked by the All-Star break. Having to face the Dodgers, Giants, possibly improving Arizona and Colorado, plus the other top teams in the NL, I cannot think of why San Diego does not lose 105 games and is a great UNDER play.