DATE/TIME: Thursday, June 12 – 7:05 PM EST
WHERE: Camden Yards, Baltimore Maryland
PITCHERS: Toronto – Mark Buehrle (L) vs Baltimore – Kevin Gausman (R)
LATEST ODDS: Toronto -115 Total 8.5
MLB Pick of the Day Record: 6-7 -296
Prior to their last 5 matchups, the much underrated Toronto Blue Jays have been victorious 7 of their last 9 starts and in their last 16 of 20 including 21 of their last 27 encounters. Since being under the .500 on May 4th when they were 14 and 17 the high flying Toronto Blue Jays own a record of 26-9 outscoring the opposition 179-130 while outslugging their opposition 55 to 32 in going yard. From that point, Toronto leads the Major League at a .743%. On the pitching side of things, the Blue Jays starters lead Major League Baseball in victories amassing 21and losing 7 for a .750 winning percentage and are 4th with a earn run average of 3.27.
Talk about a offensive explosion, well the Baltimore Orioles have accumulated 92 hits over their last 9 matchups. In the last 21 games dating back to May 18th the Baltimore Orioles have banged out a baker dozen or more hits in a game 10 times. Since the aforementioned May 18th, the Baltimore Orioles are crushing the ball at a clip of .285 (214-752) as a team, which ranks 2nd in baseball, and have slammed in107 runs during that period of time.
Tonight’s pitching matchup pits Baltimore’s Kevin Gausman who has a earn run average of 4.91 this season allowing a total of 6 runs on 11 frames of work. Gausman is 0 and 1 versus Toronto. Toronto’s:
|M. Buehrle (L)||W/L||I.P.||Hits||Runs||ER||ERA||BB||SO||HR||GS||CG||SH||G|
MLB Pick: Toronto +105 and Over 8.5
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