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San Diego
vs
Arizona
Today's Featured Sports Pick

Game Date:
09/27/2019
9:40pm EST

Lines:
San Diego +1.5
Arizona -1.5

Total:
Over 9 (-120)
Under 9 (+100)

Community Picks: San Diego 49% vs Arizona 51%

San Diego and Arizona Thread

Team Tweets & News Articles
San Diego
Bruce Bochy once took a bat to a flat-screen TV during a San Francisco Giants team meeting to make a point to his players. "It's not like a regular TV where it shatters, it just went thud," Bochy recalled this week. Such moments of madness were rare for Bochy, who is known more for his even-keel temperament, and that made them all the more meaningful. Continue to Article
September 27, 2019 3:23:am EST
San Diego
Bruce Bochy once took a bat to a flat-screen TV during a San Francisco Giants team meeting to make a point to his players. "It's not like a regular TV where it shatters, it just went thud," Bochy recalled this week. Such moments of madness were rare for Bochy, who is known more for his even-keel temperament, and that made them all the more meaningful. Continue to Article
September 27, 2019 3:23:am EST
Arizona
Asserting that he has plenty to work on as president of baseball operations with the Chicago Cubs, Theo Epstein said Wednesday that his attention is not focused on his former job with the Boston Red Sox, which is now vacant. The Cubs lost their eighth straight game on Wednesday and were officially eliminated from postseason play, before which Epstein addressed rumors that he could replace Dave Dombrowski, who was fired as president of baseball operations by the Red Sox on Sept. 9. Continue to Article
September 26, 2019 12:02:am EST
Arizona
Ryan Braun crushed a grand slam as the Milwaukee Brewers won their sixth straight game with a 9-2 victory over the Cincinnati Reds to clinch a playoff berth for the second straight season. Eric Thames and Keston Hiura both hit home runs for the red-hot Brewers, who scored six runs in the first inning. Pitcher Jordan Lyles improved to 12-8 on the season as he allowed two runs over five solid innings. Continue to Article
September 25, 2019 11:20:pm EST
Arizona
Ryan Braun belted a grand slam to highlight a six-run first inning as the visiting Milwaukee Brewers secured a playoff berth for the second straight season with a 9-2 victory over the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday. Eric Thames and Keston Hiura each launched a solo homer, and Jordan Lyles (12-8) allowed two runs over five strong innings for the surging Brewers (88-70). Milwaukee has won six in a row and 17 of its past 19 contests. Continue to Article
September 25, 2019 9:58:pm EST
 
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