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San Diego Padres

Cleveland Indians
2-4 April 08, 2014, 07:05 PM | Progressive Field 3-3

The Indians get a visit from the San Diego Padres in baseball action on Tuesday, with the home side looking to send the visitors to the showers with a loss.

The match puts starter Tyson Ross for the Padres on the hill facing Corey Kluber for the Indians. Ross brings a 0-1 mark to the game, while Kluber is 0-1 to date on the season.View San Diego Padres vs Cleveland Indians Odds and Stats.

Cleveland was a -134 moneyline favorites earlier in the day at BetOnline, based on the starting pitcher matchup. That pairing made odds makers at Sportsbook.ag settle on an opening over under number of 8.

The Indians sit at No. 6 in the current MLB power poll here at Odds Shark, while the Padres sit at No. 18 on the same chart.

Last time out for San Diego, they were a 4-2 winner as they battled the Marlins on the road. Moneyline bettors who got the Padres at +105 were rewarded, while the 6 combined runs moved the game UNDER for totals bettors. San Diego got the job done in their last match in a 4-2 victory over Miami on Sunday at Marlins Park behind starter Ian Kennedy.

The Indians were a 10-7 loser in their most recent outing at home against the Twins. That made winners of bettors who got Minnesota at +170 on the moneyline, while the total score (17) was good news for OVER bettors. Cleveland didn't get the job done in their last match, falling 10-7 to Minnesota on Sunday at Progressive Field.

How They Match Up:
The game also pits Cleveland's No. 11-rated offense, averaging 4.33 runs per game, against a Padres defense that ranks No. 17 at 4 in runs allowed per game. The Indians have averaged 8.67 hits per game so far, more than Padres batters have averaged on the year (6 hits per game).

Defensively, San Diego features the No. 21-rated defense on the road, allowing 5 runs per game. Cleveland, meanwhile, comes in at No. 4 at home, scoring 5.67 runs per game.

Next up:
San Diego at Cleveland, Wednesday, April 9th