The Padres, the Astros, and the Dodgers are All Aiming for the Win

Monday, September 5th, 2022

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The Padres, the Astros, and the Dodgers are All Aiming for the Win

It is time for MLB action to kick off the week with top teams and games. First, the San Diego Padres are ready to keep aiming upwards by facing the Arizona Diamondbacks. Also, the Lone Star Series will kick off this Monday afternoon with the Texas Rangers looking for revenge against the Houston Astros. Finally, the Los Angeles Dodgers are ready to keep proving why they remain the top seed in the league by taking on the San Francisco Giants.

Padres To Recover Against Diamondbacks

The Padres are not ready to give up and are still in the pursuit of higher grounds. They have remained in the second spot of the NL West division right behind the Los Angeles Dodgers.

On the other hand, the Diamondbacks are now in the fourth spot of the NL West with a 64-69 record. That is 10 wins behind the Padres that now lead with a 74-61 season record.

San Diego is now attempting to recover from two straight defeats against the current top seed of the league, the LA Dodgers. Although the D’backs are arriving at Petco Park with a recent win over the Milwaukee Brewers, the Padres are still the closet team that assimilates to a top league in the NL West.

The Astros and Rangers Prepare for the Lone Star Series

The Rangers are all set to visit the Astros for the Lone Star Series which starts this Monday afternoon. On one end, the Rangers are still in third place in the AL West Division and attempting to improve their current 58-75 record.

On the other hand, the Astros are about as it gets to the top seed team in the league. The Astros are now 86-48 and at the very top of the division standings.

For as much as the Rangers may try, it all seems like it is up for the Astros to keep climbing and closing that gap between them and the Dodgers. It all seems like the Lone Star Series will once again stay in Houston.

Dodgers To Dominate Giants

The Dodgers have now surpassed the 90-victory mark and lead MLBA standing with now evident rival running too close. They now have a 92-41 season record and two recent straight wins against the Padres.

On the other hand, the Giants have not been able to catch up with the Padres for the second seed spot in the NL West. The Giants are still third with a 64-68 season record.

Although the Diamondbacks are right behind the Giants with a 64-69 record and fourth overall in division standings, the Giants have their hands tied. This is not because they do not have enough manpower, yet perhaps come short of surpassing the top seed like the Dodgers in LA tonight.

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