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Dodgers vs Padres: Lineups, Pregame Matchups, and More for September 29

The Dodgers are smooth sailing as they evened the series at one a piece with a tight 1-0 victory against the Padres on Wednesday night. The win officially marked the franchise record for most wins in a season and the Dodgers will now look to close out the Padres in the final game.

The Dodgers have won every series against the Padres this season so, one more will really be the “cherry on top” of their dominant year. While the Padres are still fighting for a playoff spot, the chances seem high that the Padres will make the postseason and could get another crack at the Dodgers if all roads align.

Brusdar Graterol has dealt with injuries throughout the season limiting him to 43 games but is slated to make his first start of the season (fourth of his career). In 46.2 innings pitched, Graterol has delivered with a 2.89 ERA and has recorded three saves on the season. The Padres will be starting Steven Wilson.

After starting game one of the series, Trayce Thompson and Austin Barnes find themselves back in the Dodgers lineup. Thompson failed to record a hit in the first outing while Barnes managed one hit in four at-bats with one walk.

The Dodgers starting Graterol is a combination of bringing Graterol back up to speed while also resting their key starters heading into the postseason. The Dodgers are locked and loaded and can be watched on SNLA or listened by radio broadcast on AM570 and KTNQ.

The first pitch is set for 6:40 PM as the Dodgers look to continue their franchise record for wins with 108 tonight.

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