Toronto vs New York Predictions
|*Community||NYY -300 62%||u/12 58%|
*Consensus from 1320 predictions.
|.30228th||On Base Percentage||.3444th|
For anyone late to the game please take notes. If you think the Yankees are tough to beat now, that they are finally getting players back from injury wait till after the all-star break and they start wheeling and dealing it's gonna get ugly.
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Wow, this one isn't even fair and I think it's best to not even think about it and just bet the run line and call it a day. Richard has been garbage since going to Toronto and now he gets to face one of the most potent teams in the league. I don't think so! Don't over think it, do a run line don't risk 300 to win 100 because if it goes to plan the Yankees will win by more than one
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LeMahieu, Voit, Cameron, Encarnacion and the rest of the Bronx Bombers will likely abuse Richard. Hard to turn down getting Yankees at even money.
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Betting Prediction for Toronto Blue Jays vs New York Yankees on June 25, 2019, 7:05 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: NY Yankees will Win and the Total will go Under .
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Pinstripe Alley: Yankees homer in 28th consecutive game, defeat Blue Jays 4-3
The New York Yankees came into tonight's game tied with the 2002 Texas Rangers for 26 straight games with a home run. It wouldn't take the Bombers long to cement themselves as the new record holders. Chad Green started the game for New York as the "opener", in the first time of his career in which he started a game after pitching the day before. That did not seem to faze him, and opener strategy was successful yet again as the Yankees downed the Jays 4-3.
Clayton Richard was on the bump for the Blue Jays.
NY Post: Yankees hang on, beat Blue Jays on historic home run night
The Yankees didn't waste any time in making history Tuesday night.
And they didn't waste much time in disposing of the Blue Jays again, holding off Toronto 4-3 in The Bronx.
DJ LeMahieu led off the bottom of the first with a homer, as the Yankees went deep for a 28th straight game, breaking the all-time MLB mark they shared with the 2002 Rangers. It was the first of four solo shots hit by the Yankees, who have won 10 of their last 11 games.