MLB Odds: Blue Jays Vs. Predicting twins, odds and choice – 6/8/2022

With the series tied every time, the third installment between two worthy playoff teams of the Toronto Blue Jays and Minnesota Twins should be an absolute treat for baseball fans and bettors alike. Time to check out our MLB odds series, where our predictions and Blue Jays-Twins pick will be revealed.

After the Blue Jays took care of the business fairly easily in the series’ opening win on Thursday, a pair of blunders cost them down the stretch on Friday. Looking to recover from the 6-5 defeat in additional innings, Toronto will call on newly acquired and former Dodgers player Mitch White. In a ten-time start with Los Angeles, White went 1-2 with 3.70 ERA

The miraculous victory of the twins was exactly what the doctor ordered. Already assured of holding off the rest of the teams at AL Central, another win against a team like Toronto would boost morale within the club even more. Tasked with helping his team take back-to-back wins, Dylan Bundy’s right-hand man will have a chance to close out the Blue Jays with his 6-5 and 5.04 ERA record.

Here are the Blue Jays-Twins MLB odds, Courtesy of FanDuel.

MLB Odds: Blue Jays-Twins Odds

Toronto Blue Jays: -1.5 (+120)

Minnesota Twins: +1.5 (-144)

Above: 9 (-118)

Under: 9 (-104)

Why Blue Jays Can Cover Spread

What seemed like a magical comeback after Toronto tied in the ninth thanks to Raimel Tapia’s single, it was too good to be true. Sadly, as the game entered the 10th inning, Toronto’s Danny Janssen made a pair of fouls to secure a Minnesota win. Throwing the ball away on the third hit, Jansen followed it up by not impeding play on the board to give the Twins a late lead. While it was a day when we forget to support the Blue Jays, Jansen will need a quick memory if he stays in the starting lineup and helps guide the staff behind the board.

One of the areas where Toronto should thrive in this region would be in the plate. In the first two games of the series versus the twins, Toronto performed explosive tendencies with bats in hand. With a total of 14 rounds, Jays can cover one swing of the racket. Make sure to keep your eyes on Whit Merrifield in an effort to replicate another multi-stroke outing. With only two matches like Blue Jay under his belt, “Two-Hit Whit” can live up to his name at the top of the rankings.

Not to mention, but there is definitely a buzz surrounding the expected start on the hill. Like Merrifield, Mitch White’s arrival in Toronto has the opportunity to take the Blue Jays to the next level. In today’s match more specifically, Dirty White’s arsenal has what it takes to silence the twins’ zigzag attack.

Why twins can cover the spread

In order for the Twins to cover the spread against the Blue Jays on Saturday, Minnesota must avoid repeating an early lead hit just to make things interesting late. In the first four frames of the game, the twins held a 5-0 lead before Toronto returned to just two runs later by scoring four runs themselves. Before they knew it, it cost them the twins’ unwillingness to go for the kill. In the end, the game made it to the 10th inning as it was anyone’s ball game. Fortunately for Minnesota, it didn’t end up being the five-stroke lead. With some luck, the twins prevailed. However, another outing where they don’t keep their feet on the gas might not be pretty.

Certainly, eleven strikes is more than a perfect performance than any attack. In fact, every starting position player was able to hit a base stroke with the arms of the Blue Jays. Already an above-average hitting team with 14 most points scored and a respectable 0.417 slowdown, the twos can certainly be replicated in the board. Also, don’t expect first base officer Luis Araz to go 0-5 again. The 25-year-old would surely have a chance of covering the spread with ease with his second best batting average in all of baseball’s .321.

Selection and Final Prediction for Blue Jays-Twins

With the first two games in the series, we’ve spoiled a couple of entertaining encounters that definitely didn’t lack in the number of runs being scored. However, winning the Blue Jays by more than two runs is going to be tough.

Blue Jays-Twins Final Choice Prediction and Prediction: Twins +1.5 (-144)


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