Wild Dodgers streak finally broken for first time since 2019
Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

A crazy streak involving the Los Angeles Dodgers is finally coming to an end.

Dating back to Oct. 2019, the Dodgers have been favored in every single game they have played. That is a streak of 150 straight games. But that streak came to an end on Monday.

The Dodgers are beginning a three-game series at the San Diego Padres. Monday night’s game features Julio Urias against Yu Darvish.

The Dodgers have been listed as anywhere from a +105 to +125 underdog for the game.

The last time the Dodgers were underdogs came in the 2019 NL playoffs against Max Scherzer. Interestingly, Urias was the starting pitcher for that game too.

The Dodgers have the second-best record in MLB behind the NL West-leading San Francisco Giants. The Padres are a top team too and only 3.5 games behind them in the standings. Plus, they have Darvish going in the game.

This article first appeared on Larry Brown Sports and was syndicated with permission.

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