MLB Daily Double – Sunday, August 11

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It’s Sunday and we’ve got another MLB Daily Double for you. We’ll be looking at two exciting matches today as we are looking to build on our MLB Daily Double winning record. Make sure to follow us on our social media outlets to stay up to date with all our predictions.

San Diego Padres vs Colorado Rockies (August 11 – 15:40 EST)

Expected Pitchers: Dinelson Lamet (1-2, ERA: 3.90) vs German Marquez (10-5, ERA: 4.82)

The Padres have won 4 of their last 5 games, and they’ll be looking to keep this positive run going against the Rockies today. The Rockies on the other hand have lost their last 5 away games and will be looking to change this today. On that note, they will be relying on their starting pitcher to put them back on the winning track. German Marquez is 8-1 in his last 9 starts vs. a team with a losing record. Furthermore, the Rockies have won 7 of their last 13 games against the Padres. With that being said, we believe that Colorado will keep this match tight and give San Diego a tough match. For that reason, we are giving the Rockies an advantage by putting them on the runline.


Los Angeles Dodgers vs Arizona Diamondbacks (August 11 – 16:10 EST)

Expected Pitchers: Hyun-Jin Ryu (11-2, ERA: 1.66) vs Mike Leake (9-8, ERA: 4.36)

The Dodgers have been doing very well this season, and they will be looking for another win today against the Diamondbacks. On that note, the Dodgers have won 4 in their last 5 matches. They have been exceptional at home, winning 74% of their matches this season. On the other hand, the Diamondbacks have won 2 of their last 5 away matches. The Dodgers definitely have the upper hand, having won 9 of the 16 matches played against the Diamondbacks this season. We believe that Los Angeles will be too much for Arizona today. They have an exceptional 41-10 record in their last 51 home games when playing against a right-handed starter. For that reason, we are backing the Dodgers to continue their dominance once again.