Toronto Blue Jays Vs Detroit Tigers: Betting Odds and Matchup Stats – July 28, 2022

Written By Staff on July 28, 2022

At Rogers Centre on Thursday, the Toronto Blue Jays (54-44) open a four-game series against the Detroit Tigers (40-59) at 7:07 PM ET. Yusei Kikuchi (3-5) will be on the hill for the Blue Jays, matched up against the Tigers’ Tyler Alexander (1-3). With the Tigers (+193) visiting, the Blue Jays (-232) are a solid favourite on the moneyline.

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Blue Jays vs Tigers Game Lines: Moneyline, Spread, Total Runs

Blue Jays vs Tigers Probable Starting Pitchers

Season Stats
Yusei Kikuchi (LHP) Tyler Alexander (LHP)
16 GS 4
3-5 W-L 1-3
5.12 ERA 4.05
4.0 IP/Start 3.0
1.569 WHIP 1.29
10.2 K/9 4.9

Blue Jays Five Hottest Batters (Last 10 Games)

Name BA Hits HRs RBI OPS
Matt Chapman .405 15 3 10 1.206
Teoscar Hernández .359 14 4 11 1.148
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. .405 17 2 8 1.065
Alejandro Kirk .316 12 2 6 .841
Danny Jansen .227 5 2 7 .820

Blue Jays Record Splits

Home Away Day Night Starting RHP Starting LHP
31-20 23-24 21-17 32-27 44-32 9-12

Blue Jays vs Tigers Recent Results

Blue Jays Tigers
8 – 2 Record 3 – 7
7.8 Runs Per Game 3.7
3.2 Runs Allowed Per Game 5.7
7-3-0 Record ATS 4-6-0
10.09 K/9 7.14

Blue Jays Betting Tips

  • Kikuchi’s team has been victorious in 25% of the games he’s started as the moneyline favourite with a record of 2-6.
  • Toronto has played the favourite in 10 of its last ten games and has gone 8-2 in those contests.
  • In their previous ten matchups, with a total posted by sportsbooks, the Blue Jays and their opponents are 6-4-0 when it comes to hitting the over.
  • The Blue Jays have won in 47, or 59.5%, of the 79 contests they have been named as odds-on favourites this year.
  • Toronto has a mark of 8-9 in contests where sportsbooks favour them by -232 or better on the moneyline.
  • The moneyline set for this matchup implies the Blue Jays have a 69.9% chance of coming away with a victory in the contest.
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