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Tampa Bay Rays vs. Toronto Blue Jays MLB Betting Odds from Sportsbook.com

Moneyline: Rays (-108) Blue Jays (-102)

Over/Under: 9

Starting Pitchers- Rays (Hellickson) Blue Jays (Reyes)

The Tampa Bay Rays started the season 0-6, but have rallied to get to 9-10 on the year. Tampa Bay has won eight of their last ten games overall. Toronto has lost four of their last five games, and they sit half a game behind the Rays in the AL East Standings. These teams begin a three-game series tonight in Toronto.

The Rays have been getting solid pitching all year long, but the hitting has just started to come around in the last week. Sam Fuld has been the primary catalyst for this offense. Fuld is hitting .348 on the year, and he has only struck out six times in 66 at bats this year. Johnny Damon has proven to be an extremely clutch hitter for this team, and he is back and healthy now. Jeremy Hellickson is on the mound tonight, and he is one of the better pitching prospects in the American League.

The Toronto Blue Jays have been decent offensively, but their pitching and defense has let them down so far this year. The Blue Jays have committed 15 errors already this year. The Toronto bullpen is a bit of a question mark. Yunel Escobar has been a good pickup for the Jays, and he leads the team in batting average this year. Aaron Hill is doubtful for this game with a hamstring injury. Jose Bautista led the league in home runs last year, and he already has four dingers this year.

Rays vs. Blue Jays Free MLB Pick:

*3 Star Free Play Moneyline Cash* The Tampa Bay Rays have been playing very good baseball of late. The Rays have won eight of their last ten games overall. The offense is slowing putting it together, led by Sam Fuld and Johnny Damon. The pitching staff has been terrific. In this game, it will be Jeremy Hellickson on the mound. I like Hellickson’s stuff, and I think the Rays have a big pitching advantage in this game. Jo-Jo Reyes hasn’t proven to be an effective pitcher in Atlanta or Toronto. The Rays are 5-1 in their last 6 road games against a left-handed starter. I’ll take Tampa Bay because of their big advantage on the mound here.

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