Toronto vs Baltimore Predictions
|*Community||TOR -138 65%||o/9 69%|
*Consensus from 826 predictions.
|69122nd||Earned Run Average||5.6630th|
I like the Orioles here as home dogs. Stroman has been the Jays best pitcher this year but his offense has failed him. Theyve provided just two runs or less in eight of Stromans starts this year. So while he is pitching great, his team is not helping him out and I dont think they will pull through for him in this one. Despite being the worst team in the majors Baltimore has shown some signs of life and their young arms are going to be relied on even more at this point with Alex Cobb done for the year. Gabriel Ynoa is still unproven but he held the Astros in check in his last outing. I think he should be able to do the same against the Blue Jays and get the win for the home team here.50%
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Toronto Blue Jays (63% consensus). The Toronto Blue Jays finally snapped out of a wretched offensive funk to halt a five-game losing streak overall and a string of seven straight setbacks away from home. The Blue Jays will vie for their first road series win since a three-game sweep in Oakland from April 19-21 when they play the rubber match of a three-game set at the Baltimore Orioles on Thursday night... http://bit.ly/2J4p58z
Betting Prediction for Toronto Blue Jays vs Baltimore Orioles on June 13, 2019, 7:05 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Toronto will Win and the Total will go Under .
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Baltimore Sun: Orioles surrender first grand slam, move halfway to home runs allowed record in 8-6 loss to Blue Jays
Somehow, even as they allowed home runs at a record pace, no Orioles pitcher had surrendered a grand slam in 2019. In fact, Baltimore entered Wednesday's game with the Toronto Blue Jays as the only American League team yet to be tagged with a four-run bomb.
That remained true until Miguel Castro's 98 mph sinker ran into Rowdy Tellez's bat and went into Camden Yards' right-field flag court with two outs in the fifth inning, supplying distance that proved more than necessary in Toronto's 8-6 victory to even the three-game series.
The blast was the 129th home run allowed by Orioles pitching, putting Baltimore (21-46), in its 67th game, halfway to the 2016 Cincinnati Reds' record of 258 forfeited homers.