Toronto
64-93 | 32-49 away
-145
Baltimore
51-106 | 25-56 home
+135
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  • The perfect storm of Dylan Bundy starting and the Orioles playing at home make for the Blue Jays to be a solid play

    My Pick: Toronto -145
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    • @EasyMoney • 1m

      Toronto has been putting in the work even this late into the season to improve and I like them to walk away with this first game considering who's on the mound for both teams.

      My Pick: Toronto -145 70%
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        • @OddsShark • 1m
           Toronto Blue Jays vs Baltimore Orioles on 2019-09-17 added by OddsShark

          Betting Prediction for Toronto Blue Jays vs Baltimore Orioles on September 17, 2019, 7:05 PM ET

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        • @Orioles • 1m
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          Camden Chat: Orioles overtaken late in 8-5 loss to the Blue Jays

          The ball was flying out early and often tonight at Camden Yards and the lead changed hands more than a couple times. The O's managed to keep things close until the ninth inning when Toronto scratched a crooked four spot onto the scoreboard.

          Oriole starter Chandler Shepherd set a quick pace in his first major league start while there was a confounding gaffe when a foul pop-up fell between Rio Ruiz and Chance Sisco in the first. Both guys were tracking it when Sisco stopped suddenly to look at his teammate and Ruiz reached out in vain as the ball fell between the two.

          The ball was flying out early and often tonight at Camden Yards and the lead changed hands more than a couple times. The O's managed to keep things close until the ninth inning when Toronto scratched a crooked four spot onto the scoreboard.

          Oriole starter Chandler Shepherd set a quick pace in his first major league start while there was a confounding gaffe when a foul pop-up fell between Rio Ruiz and Chance Sisco in the first. Both guys were tracking it when Sisco stopped suddenly to look at his teammate and Ruiz reached out in vain as the ball fell between the two.

        • @BlueJays • 1m

          Batter's Box Interactive Magazine: Jays at Orioles, 17-19 September

          The Jays head out on the final road trip of the season, having kept their unspoken commitment to losing more than 90 games for the first time in more than 20 years. As a very, very great man once said, "it's too late to stop now."

          But there's no need to actually lose 100 games, surely. That hasn't happened to a Toronto team since the Carter administration. John Lennon and John Bonham were alive to witness it. So were Alfred Hitchcock and Jean-Paul Sartre. That was a long time ago, it was.

          So let's not go there.

          The Jays head out on the final road trip of the season, having kept their unspoken commitment to losing more than 90 games for the first time in more than 20 years. As a very, very great man once said, "it's too late to stop now."

          But there's no need to actually lose 100 games, surely. That hasn't happened to a Toronto team since the Carter administration. John Lennon and John Bonham were alive to witness it. So were Alfred Hitchcock and Jean-Paul Sartre. That was a long time ago, it was.

          So let's not go there.

        • @Orioles • 1m
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          Camden Chat: Orioles-Blue Jays series preview: Wrapping up the 2019 season at Camden Yards

          Two rebuilding teams limping to the end of the regular season meet up for a three-game series. Toronto comes to the end of the season a very different-looking team than when it went in. Since the All-Star break, they've sold off a bunch of parts--pitchers Marcus Stroman (Mets), Aaron Sanchez (Astros), Joe Biagini (Astros), and Daniel Hudson (Nats), as well as second baseman Eric Sogard (Tampa Bay), while cutting shortstop Freddy Galvis (picked up by Cincinnati).

          And yet, annoyingly, while the O's and the Blue Jays were once separated by a handful of games at the bottom of the AL East, that gap has since stretched to 10 games.

          Two rebuilding teams limping to the end of the regular season meet up for a three-game series. Toronto comes to the end of the season a very different-looking team than when it went in. Since the All-Star break, they've sold off a bunch of parts--pitchers Marcus Stroman (Mets), Aaron Sanchez (Astros), Joe Biagini (Astros), and Daniel Hudson (Nats), as well as second baseman Eric Sogard (Tampa Bay), while cutting shortstop Freddy Galvis (picked up by Cincinnati).

          And yet, annoyingly, while the O's and the Blue Jays were once separated by a handful of games at the bottom of the AL East, that gap has since stretched to 10 games.

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