Dodgers vs Padres

Dodgers vs Padres live stream: How to watch the MLB game online It’s time to watch the Dodgers vs Padres live stream for the west coast series


Dodgers vs Padres starts today (Aug 4) at 9:10 p.m. ET / 6:10 p.m. PT. Game 3 of the series has the same start time. Both games air on Fox Sports San Diego or SportsNet Los Angeles.

The NL West is up tonight for the Dodgers vs Padres live stream, as the teams hit the plate for the second of three games of this early-short-season series. Both teams are tied at 7 wins and 4 losses a piece, but it’s the Padres that are in slight advantage, having won 5-4 last night.

Thankfully for LA, they’re not rolling out Walker Buehler again, as three solo HR’s off the righty were enough. Today, we’ve got Dustin May (0-0, 2.35 ERA, 7K) going up against Dinselson Lamet (1-0, 1.80 ERA, 15K), and those numbers alone suggest that San Diego’s gonna take a commanding lead in the series.

While San Diego feels like the favorite, it really could go either way this time. Neither May nor Lamet have a strong track record over the opposing team, and that could mean we get a football game’s score at the diamond.

As for tomorrow’s game, LA’s sending out Ross Stripling (2-0, 2.92 ERA) to face Garrett Richards (0-0, 3.38 ERA), so the series has some potential favorables for the Dodgers.

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Rangers vs Athletics

Rangers vs Athletics Live Stream – The Oakland Athletics host the Texas Rangers Monday night at 10:05 p.m. ET. This is one of the most pivotal head-to-head matchups in the decisive final series of the 2012 season.


The Athletics are just two games back of the Rangers and they have three games to catch up to them and steal the division, but of course, that would require a sweep.The A’s have surprised many in 2012. They continue to prove that moneyball can go a long way in baseball.

The Rangers are looking to take the division and advance to the World Series for the third consecutive times. For the Rangers, a win means AL West dominance for 2012. It is that simple. A win tonight means they win the AL West.

A lot is at stake,

The Rangers’ magic number is two games. The easiest thing to do is get a win on Monday, putting the division away early. As we learned from last season’s World Series, the Rangers are not the team to leave winning for another day.

Jarrod Parker takes the mound for the A’s again versus the Rangers. And meanwhile, the Rangers will send Martin Perez to the mound.

Parker is coming off  three-run, six inning outing, defeating the Rangers last week. Perez did not go too far in his outing. He only got two outs an gave up five earned runs.

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Astros vs Diamondbacks

Astros vs Diamondbacks AJ Pollock will return to the Dodgers’ lineup for Thursday’s series opener at the Arizona Diamondbacks, looking to continue his hot start to the season against his former team.


Pollock, who will play left field on Thursday at Chase Field, hit a team-best .500 over the first week of the season, going six for 12 with two doubles and two walks. He recorded at least one hit in each of his first four games.

The 32-year-old would have been forgiven for a sluggish open to 2020. Soon after the MLB season was suspended in March, his wife Kate gave birth to daughter Maddi three months premature. Maddi spent most of the summer in a hospital near their Arizona home.

Pollock then missed the start of the Dodgers’ training camp this month after testing positive for COVID-19 before leaving the team last Saturday to help his wife take his daughter home for the first time.

“It was amazing, it was chaos,” Pollock said. “I had to get it done pretty quick because I knew I wanted to get back [to the team]. But it was awesome. We’ve been waiting for this day for 130 days, getting her home, having all her firsts out of the way. She’s been staring at the ceiling of a hospital for four months. So just seeing the ceiling in our house was overwhelming.”

Pollock missed only one game — he watched the Dodgers’ loss to the Giants last Saturday from his couch with his newborn in his arms — before returning to the lineup Sunday.

“It got me to say, ‘Keep it simple,’” Pollock said. “I’ve got a lot of other stuff going on, so when I’m at the field, all this other stuff that I used to do, maybe put that aside. Just focus on the important stuff and take care of business. It’s like a pickup game of basketball. You just go out there and compete.”

Pollock is one six right-handed hitters slated to face Diamondbacks lefty Robbie Ray, who is 8-5 against the Dodgers in his career with a 3.15 ERA.

Max Muncy, Cody Bellinger and Corey Seager are the only left-handers in the lineup. Seager will be the designated hitter, with Chris Taylor filling in at shortstop.

Right-hander Ross Stripling starts for the Dodgers, looking to build off his impressive seven-inning, one-run season debut against the San Francisco Giants last week.


Giants vs Rockies

Giants vs Rockies The San Francisco Giants took two games from the Texas Rangers to win their first series of the year. Now they take that momentum on the road for a dangerous and difficult 10-game trip, which starts with a four-game series at the greatest hitter’s park on earth.


Who: San Francisco Giants vs. Colorado Rockies

Where: Coors Field, Denver, Colorado

When: Monday (5:40 p.m.), Tuesday (5:40 p.m.), Wednesday (5:40 p.m.) and Thursday (12:10 p.m.)

National broadcasts: Thursday (ESPN+)

Where they stand

San Francisco Giants

Record: 5-5, fourth place in the NL West

Run differential: -11, eighth in the MLB West

Postseason standing: Sole possession of the second Wild Card in the NL

Colorado Rockies

Record: 6-2, first place in the NL West

Run differential: +19, second in the MLB West

Postseason standing: Second seed in the NL

Three Giants to watch

Johnny CuetoCueto hasn’t been great to start the year, having just 7 strikeouts to 4 walks, while allowing 5 earned runs in 7.2 innings. Going into Coors Field, the Giants will need some surprising pitching outcomes if they want to succeed. Cueto’s the best bet there.

Brandon BeltI thought about doing Belt and Evan Longoria as a duo here, but I already wrote about Longo for the weekly preview. So let’s focus on Belt, who has only had two starts since returning from the Injured List.

Belt has already shown the keen eye we’ve grown accustomed to, having walked in half of his 10 plate appearances. But he doesn’t yet have a hit in the other half. That’s way too small of a sample size to be concerned about (especially given how valuable walks are), but if Belt can return to something near All-Star form, that will add a huge presence to the middle of the lineup.

Hunter PenceIt wasn’t until Sunday — the Giants tenth game of the year — that Pence got his first hit of the season, a booming triple into triple’s alley. Can that turn things around for him? There’s no better place to start to find momentum as a hitter than Coors Field.

The Giants are only scheduled to face one left-handed starting pitcher though, so it won’t be the easiest task for Pence.

Three Rockies to watch

Nolan ArenadoWe all know what Arenado does against the Giants. He can sweep them on his own if he decides to.

German MarquezMarquez is a very nice pitcher, something that is often not realized because he plays in a park where pitchers go to die. His start to the year has been spectacular, as he’s allowed just 6 hits and 4 walks in 11.2 innings, while striking out 14.

He’s a righty, and Giants have hit better against righties than lefties this year (.740 vs. .701 OPS), so it should be a fun matchup on Tuesday.

Daniel MurphyAfter a down year in 2019, Murphy has been mashing to start the season, going .364/.440/.545 in 25 plate appearances. The Giants will be throwing a bunch of righties onto the mound in Colorado, so controlling Murphy’s left-handed bat is a big key this series.

Best case/worst case

Best case scenario: The Giants offense started to click over the last week. As a team, they rank 12th in wRC+ and 11th in position player fWAR. Those aren’t great numbers, but an above-average offense is comfortably better than what any of us had reason to expect.

So where better to keep that going than at Coors Field, the place where soft line drives are triples, and routine flyouts leave the park?

The best case scenario is not just the Giants winning the series, but also having such an offensive explosion that they continue to build on the confidence they’ve been gaining.

Worst case scenario: After leaving Denver, the Giants have three games against the Los Angeles Dodgers (in a hitter’s park), and three games against the Houston Astros (in a hitter’s park), with no off days. I’m not being hyperbolic when I say those are historically great offenses.

The worst case scenario is the Giants giving up so many runs at Coors Field — an easy thing to do — that their pitching staff is entirely depleted heading into those six brutal games.

Cubs vs Royals

Cubs vs Royals Former Cub Jorge Soler finally had the year Cubs fans had hoped he’d have in blue pinstripes. Largely, this happened because he was finally healthy for a full season — it was the first time in a six-year career he’d played more than 101 games.



For more on the Royals, here’s Max Rieper, manager of our SB Nation Royals site Royals Review.

Fun fact

Jorge Soler led the American League in home runs in 2019 with 48. He is the only Royals player ever to hit 40 or more home runs, and until 2019 the Royals were the only MLB franchise without a 40-homer man. (Also, until Mike Moustakas hit 38 homers in 2017, the KC franchise record, 36 by Steve Balboni, had stood since 1985.)

Pitching matchups

Monday: Alec Mills, RHP (1-0, 3.00 ERA, 0.667 WHIP, 5.22 FIP) vs. Danny Duffy, LHP (0-1, 5.79 ERA, 0.750 WHIP, 3.26 FIP)

Tuesday: Kyle Hendricks, RHP (1-1, 4.05 ERA, 0.900 WHIP, 2.68 FIP) vs. Brady Singer, RHP (0-0, 3.60 ERA, 1.200 WHIP, 4.85 FIP)

Wednesday: Yu Darvish, RHP (1-1, 2.70 ERA, 0.900 WHIP, 1.25 FIP) vs. TBD

Thursday: Tyler Chatwood, RHP (2-0, 0.71 ERA, 0.789 WHIP, 1.00 FIP) vs. TBD

At the time of this post, the Royals did not have starters listed for Wednesday or Thursday.

Times, locations and TV channels

Monday: 7:15 p.m. CT, Wrigley Field, Marquee Sports Network

Tuesday: 7:15 p.m. CT, Wrigley Field, Marquee Sports Network

Wednesday: 7:05 p.m. CT, Kauffman Stadium, Marquee Sports Network

Thursday: 6:05 p.m. CT, Kauffman Stadium, Fox-TV (regional)


The Royals are near the bottom of MLB in runs allowed (25th) and home runs allowed (26th). After splitting their first four games, they’ve lost five of their last six. The Cubs seem to be hitting on all cylinders. Predicting sweeps — I’ve learned my lesson on that. But the Cubs should win three of these four games.

White Sox vs Brewers

White Sox vs Brewers The Milwaukee Brewers (3-3) welcome the Chicago White Sox (5-4) to start a new series Monday at 8:10 p.m. ET at Miller Park. We analyze the White Sox-Brewers betting odds and lines, with MLB picks and best bets.



Milwaukee looks set to return to action after their series with the St. Louis Cardinals was canceled following St. Louis announcing several cases of COVID-19 among its personnel. The White Sox enjoyed their time on the field Sunday, pummeling the Kansas City Royals 9-2.

White Sox at Brewers: Projected starting pitchers

LHP Carlos Rodon at LHP Brett Anderson

Rodon’s first outing of 2020, his first start since May 1 of last season, was rough (five earned runs in 3 2/3 innings), and the southpaw may struggle to reach five frames in this one; he’s still trying to round into form after Tommy John surgery.

Anderson’s return from an injured list stint, caused by a blister on his left index finger, has been delayed a bit due to the Cardinals’ health issues, but he’s in line to make his 2020 debut.

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White Sox at Brewers: Odds, lines, picks and betting tips

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Normally, I’d proceed with caution with run lines that don’t have a “.5” at the end.

Still, the White Sox have rattled off a .347 wOBA so far, good for fifth in the majors. CF Luis Robert’s early emergence (.351/.385/.595 with two homers in 39 plate appearances) has bolstered an already dangerous lineup for a Chicago club widely considered a sleeper 2020 contender.

Meanwhile, Milwaukee has limped so far in the batter’s box (.289 wOBA, 25th), while LF Christian Yelich has sputtered (.037/.071/.148 in 28 plate appearances). Also, Cain, one of their crucial bats, just chose to forego playing the rest of this trying season.

I like neither pitcher for this duel, but I’ll lean toward the White Sox -1 (+115) because that at least offers more than a double-up profit.

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These two offenses strike out a lot but also score in bunches, their slow 2020 stars notwithstanding. Given Anderson’s penchant for allowing contact and Rodon’s durability concerns, the offenses should be lighting up.

Look for Chicago’s lineup, headlined by rising prospect Luis Robert, and the Brewers, despite Braun’s absence, to fuel the OVER 9.5 (-110).

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Marlins vs Orioles

Marlins vs Orioles Welcome to Tuesday’s Marlins (2-1) vs. Orioles (5-3) game thread. The Fish still find themselves atop the NL East standings—at least in terms of winning percentage—following a nine-day, COVID-19 related layoff. Perhaps even more surprising, the rebuilding O’s enter this four-game set playing solid all-around baseball.



Major League Baseball has announced that the start of the game could be delayed pending the Marlins’ latest COVID-19 test results, but Craig Mish reports that the game will be played and is not at risk of being postponed.

Fish Picks is BACK and better than ever! Our free-to-play daily prop bets contest is open to all fans. I was thrilled to see so many participants during the season-opening series against the Phillies. Courtesy of a new Fish Stripes partnership with Fantom Drip, weekly points leaders will win their choice of a Marlins face covering (five different varieties available). First winner to be selected based on July 24-August 9 point totals.

The Fish Picks leaderboard will update daily to let you know where you stand.

Marlins Lineup

Notes: Miguel Rojas (positive for COVID-19) led a candid conversation with teammates Sandy Alcantara (positive), Jorge Alfaro (positive), Corey Dickerson (negative) and Brandon Kintzler (negative) on his show The Clubhouse regarding recent events…Villar has a .254/.324/.436 slash line with 20 home runs and 26 steals in 115 career games at Camden Yards…Prior to the game, I joined Locked On Orioles host and Fish Stripes alum Connor Newcomb to preview this bizarre yet meaningful series. Check out the episode wherever you get your podcasts (apologies for the poor audio quality)…The Marlins enter Tuesday as the MLB leaders in slugging percentage (.495) and weighted runs created-plus (134). Juan Páez has more stats to illustrate how well the club was playing before the outbreak.

Orioles Lineup

P John Means (2019 stats: 3.60 ERA, 4.41 FIP, 19.0 K%, 30.7 Hard Hit% in 155.0 IP)

Notes: Means’ rookie campaign was among the few bright spots on the 2019 Orioles. He has boosted his fastball velocity since then, though some regression is likely anyway if he doesn’t change his extreme fly ball tendencies.

How to watch/listen/follow

The game is scheduled to get underway at 7:35 p.m. ET. Watch on FOX Sports Florida and via MLB.TV or listen on 940 WINZ. All Marlins team broadcasters will remain in South Florida, calling the game remotely.

Blue Jays vs Braves

Blue Jays vs Braves Since Major League Baseball is seemingly still going on, the Blue Jays will continue their season this evening after a long weekend away from game. This is one of those days that I’m thankful to be writing this, because I have no idea who they’re playing, where they’re playing, or when they’re playing, so I have some research to do. Looks like gametime is set for 7:10 EDT in Atlanta with the Braves as the legitimate home team



Matt Shoemaker is slated to make his second start of the season, after a very strong start to the season about a week and a half ago. In that start, Shoemaker went 6 solid innings (the longest start by a Blue Jay so far) while allowing just 1 run on 3 hits and a pair of walks, striking out 4.

His fastball velocity is right back where it has been over the entirety of his career, which is a great sign for a pitcher coming off an ACL injury and more than a year since last pitching. He looked very much like the pitcher that we enjoyed watching through his five pre-injury starts last year.

Braves’ Starter

The Braves were dealt a significant blow yesterday, as 22 year old staff Ace Mike Soroka went down for the year with a torn Achilles Tendon. With the injury, today’s starter Max Fried will slide into the top of the rotation role for the playoff hopeful Braves. The rotation depth will be tested as they continue their push for the playoffs, but having Fried head the charge is a pretty good start.

Through his first two starts of the season, the lefty Fried is 1-0 with a 2.31 ERA. He has pitched a bit better than that based on his FIP over his 11.2 innings, currently sitting at 2.01. He has yet to allow a home run, while striking out 12 and walking just 3.

Blue Jays’ Lineup

With the four day layoff, the injured Blue Jays have hopefully been able to mend their broken wings and come back full time. Bo Bichette and his sore hamstring did start the game last Thursday, but getting an extended break right after that is likely a good thing for the hamstring. Randal Grichuk, who has been out since the third game of the season with a tight IT Band, was seen on the field working out over the weekend, and is expected back today.

Travis Shaw, who was away on personal leave, is expected to be back for this series as well, which could explain who is replacing the recently optioned Sam Gaviglio.

Braves’ Lineup

Marcel Ozuna, who came to the Braves on a 1 year, $18m deal after an underwhelming offseason having been saddled with the Qualifying Offer, is off to a very hot start. After 11 games, he is hitting .324/.444/.649, splitting time between LF and the newly minted NL DH.

Shortstop Dansby Swanson is also off to a hot start, despite striking out in 40% of his plate appearances. He is also putting to use his excellent speed, which is making him look more like the player the Braves were hoping he would be after getting him from the Diamondbacks as the former first overall pick.

Freddie Freeman has played in all 11 Braves games thus far, a good turnaround for Freeman after testing positive for Coronavirus at the start of July. The Washington Post has an in depth look of what he went through as he battled the virus, but he has thankfully been able to make it back the field pretty much the same great player he was before.

Yesterday’s Heroes

Yoan Moncada went 3-5 with a home run and double, good enough to pick up the Monster Bat award. His output helped carry his White Sox to the 6-4 win over the Brewers.

Alec Mills threw 7 shutout innings against his former organization, allowing 3 hits and 3 walks while striking out 4. He picked up the win in the Cubs’ 2-0 shutout of the visiting Royals. Pitching that many shutout innings in a close game will obviously build up a lot of WPA, and his .463 mark gives Mills the WPA King title as well.

Yankees vs Nationals

Yankees vs Nationals Live The defending World Series champion Washington Nationals will host the New York Yankees on Thursday night at Nationals Park (follow along here for live updates). It’s the return of Major League Baseball four months after the 2020 season’s postponement due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The 2020 opener, however, will not feature Juan Soto after the Nationals star received a positive COVID-19 test on Thursday.



This season, of course, will be unlike any other, with new rules, division realignments and just 60 total games versus the usual 162 slate. Plus, no fans will be at the ballpark to start the season.

Now, let’s set the scene for first real, meaningful baseball game in months.

How can I watch?

When: Thursday, July 23 | Time: 7:08 p.m. ET
Venue: Nationals Park (Washington, D.C.)
TV: ESPN | Stream: fuboTV (Try for free)

Pitching matchup: Gerrit Cole vs. Max Scherzer

Thursday will be Cole’s second career Opening Day start, while Scherzer will be making his fifth career Opening Day start. Cole, 29, will be making his first start since signing a nine-year, $324 million contract with the Yankees to become the highest-paid pitcher in MLB history. Although Cole fell short of winning the World Series with the Astros last season, he’ll be joining a 103-win team in the Yankees. In 2019, Cole finished with a 20-5 record (including 16 straight wins), a 2.50 ERA and a league-best 326 strikeouts. Scherzer, who turns 36 next week, will look to add to his Hall of Fame resume. He’s coming off a 2020 postseason where he pitched through back pain, yet still managed to finish with a 2.50 ERA in his six postseason appearances. And, the Nationals won every game Scherzer pitched in the playoffs, including Game 7 of the 2019 World Series.

Storyline to watch: Debut of the Yankees’ white whale

The Yankees signing of Cole this past offseason was a long time coming. After the Yankees drafted Cole in 2008, the team waited patiently to snag the right-hander in free agency after he spend time with the Pirates and Astros. Now 12 years later, New York has a true ace on staff with the addition of Cole to their rotation, and his official debut in pinstripes is what everyone will be talking about Thursday. Cole’s 2020 Opening Day start will be one of the most anticipated of the 30 teams.


New York is the -172 favorite on the money line in the latest Yankees vs. Nationals odds from William Hill, while the over-under for total runs scored is 7.5. Before making any Yankees vs. Nationals picks, check out the MLB predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model.


I’ll go with the Yankees taking home the road win in Nationals Park on Opening Day. Cole is solid in his first start for New York and the Bronx Bombers live up to their nickname, with Gleyber Torres and Aaron Judge each going yard off Scherzer.

Red Sox vs Rays

The AL East’s mid-card goes to bat with Red Sox vs Rays live streams tonight and tomorrow. The teams, which meet at the Trop, are limping into this two game series thanks to getting routed by other AL East rivals over the past few days, with Bosting swept by the Yankees and Tampa Bay getting routed by the Orioles.

Today’s pitching matchup sees Boston’s Nathan Eovaldi start, and he’s clearly one of the highlights in the Sox’s lackluster season, going 1-0 (2.45 ERA, 8Ks, 11.0 IP). Tampa’s got Charlie Morton (0-1, 8.00 ERA, 11Ks, 9IP) who is proving that strikeouts aren’t everything.

This game feels like a tossup, since both teams aren’t coming in with much in the way of confidence. Tomorrow (Aug. 5), we’ll see Martin Pérez (1-1, 5.06 ERA, 7K) take the mound, and he’s going up agains the Rays’ Ryan Yarbrough, who’s 1.54 ERA tilts that game in Tampa Bay’s favor.

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Red Sox vs Rays live streams in the US

In the U.S. the Red Sox vs Rays live streams are kinda hard to find for those who have cut the cord, being exclusives for local sports networks. That’s right, you’ll need Florida’s Fox Sports Sun or New England’s NESN to watch. For both, your best bet is FuboTV, but since regional limitations may apply (and they don’t specify how that works), Express VPN is a great way to skirt blackouts.

The game is scheduled to start at 6:40 p.m. ET / 3:40 p.m. PT. Wednesday’s game has the same start time and airs on the same networks.

MLB.TV ($25 per month/$60 per year), is also streaming the game, but if you want more than just baseball, it’s not a complete solution. T-Mobile customers get free MLB.TV, along with a free subscription to the sports site The Athletic.

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Red Sox vs Rays live streams in the UK

While BT Sport has the rights to MLB action in the UK through 2021, Red Sox vs Rays won’t be on any of its channels.

MLB.TV is also available in the UK. It’s approximately £50 a month, with zero blackout rules.

Red Sox vs Rays live streams in Canada

In Canada, you’ll need MLB.TV to see Red Sox vs Rays, as TSN and SportsNet don’t have the game. If you’re thinking of subscribing, though, recognize that the Blue Jays will be subject to blackouts.