Toronto vs Houston Predictions
|*Community||HOU -225 77%||u/9 53%|
*Consensus from 1172 predictions.
|43823rd||Earned Run Average||3.8627th|
Clayton Richard has looked horrible to start his year and I'm not sure if ballpark has something to do with it. Going from San Diego to Toronto is a pretty extreme change but Richard has always been a soft contact high ground ball pitcher. I don't think this Astros lineup is as good as their reputiion right now and I like this to go under. Vladdy JR took a ball off his hand is not in the line up and this blue jay line up isn't that great either. I think this goes under because Framber is starting to find his zone as well. I like the under in todays game70%
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I'm not a huge supporter of Valdez but he has found a nice spot in Houston with his 2.73 ERA and he will be helped by the Houston bats today. They threw up 15 last night. I don't think they do another 15 but with the Astros it's always possible.
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Houston Astros (77% consensus). Yordan Alvarez has logged only 13 at-bats and been in the majors for less than a week, yet he's already etched his name into the Houston Astros' record books. The 21-year-old rookie, who became the first Astro to hit a home run in three of his first four big-league games in the series opener, looks to continue the torrid start to his pro career Saturday when Houston hosts the second of three games against the Toronto Blue Jays... http://bit.ly/2J2KXkJ
Betting Prediction for Toronto Blue Jays vs Houston Astros on June 15, 2019, 4:10 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Houston will Win and the Total will go Under .
With a win over the Toronto Blue Jays today, the Houston Astros can improve to 11-0-2 over their past 13 series.Blues Jays vs Astros Game Center. Original matchup: http://bit.ly/2RhxZV6
The Crawfish Boxes: Rookies win the day as the Astros beat the Blue Jays 7-2
The Astros continued to unload on the Toronto Blue Jays, winning Saturday's game 7-2 to secure the series win and extending their streak of not losing a series that dates back to May 2nd. And most notably, today's win was powered largely by the rookies.
On a day where the top of the lineup was relatively quiet, going 1-10 (Alex Bregman contributed an RBI single and a walk, while Michael Brantley was hit by a pitch), the other two-thirds managed to come up big. Leading the way were Yordan Alvarez and Jack Mayfield, two recent call-ups who have gone in very different directions since arriving at The Show.
Fansided: Blue Jays: John Gibbons reminds us why he was so well-liked
You may not have always agreed with the way that John Gibbons ran the Toronto Blue Jays when he was the manager, but I have a hard time believing there weren't many people that didn't like him as a person.
There are professional athletes and even coaches that seem larger than life or even from like they're from another planet, but not good ol' Gibby. That's not to say that the man didn't excel at his craft for a long time, but there was always a sense of a down-to-earth attitude from the man who served in two different tenures as the skipper of the Toronto Blue Jays.
The Crawfish Boxes: Game Recap: Astros go nuclear. 4 bombs slay Jays 15-2
I like to start my recaps with the BIG STORY OF THE GAME. I don't know which story in tonight's game is the BIG STORY. So I'm going to let you, dear readers, decide what the BIG STORY OF THE GAME is.What is THE BIG STORY OF THE GAME? Alex Bregman's 3 run homer, tying him for 2nd in the AL, and 5th in RBI, 5th in wRC+ and 3rd in fWAR
Tony Kemp's 2 run homer, 2 for 4, and stunning defense.
Yordan Alvarez' 3-4 night, with a 2 run, 425 foot shot into Albert Pujols territory.