Toronto Blue Jays vs. Minnesota Twins MLB Pick, Odds, Prediction 6/10/14
Minnesota Twins (29-33) at Toronto Blue Jays (39-26)
MLB Baseball: Tuesday, June 10, 2014 at 7:07 pm (Rogers Centre)
Kevin Correia (R) (2-7) (6.106) vs. JA Happ (L) (5-2) (4.119)
The Line: Toronto Blue Jays -159 / Minnesota Twins +149 --- Over/Under: 10 See the Latest Odds
The Toronto Blue Jays and the Minnesota Twins face off on Tuesday at the Rogers Centre for game two of their series.
The Toronto Blue Jays let the lead get away from them late on Monday but they regrouped in the bottom of the ninth inning to get the win. Jose Reyes had three hits including a home run, Edwin Encarnacion had two hits including a home run, and Brett Lawrie had two hits ad the Blue Jays scored five runs on 10 hits. Starting pitcher R.A. Dickey allowed five hits and two runs while striking out three over 5.1 innings to not get a decision as Casey Janssen blew the save for the second time this season but got the win. For Tuesday’s game the Blue Jays start J.A. Happ who has win four of his last five decisions. For the season Happ has allowed 46 hits and 20 earned runs while striking out 35 over 43.2 innings for a 5-2 record and a 4.12 ERA.
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The Minnesota Twins battled back on Monday but they were unable to make it count as the fell in Toronto. Daniel Santa and Brian Dozier each hit home runs and Kurt Suzuki had three hits as the Twins scored four runs on nine hits. Starting pitcher Ricky Nolasco allowed seven hits and four runs while striking out six over 5.2 innings to not get a decision as Matt Guerrier took the loss. For Tuesday’s game the Twins start Kevin Correia who has lost four of his last five decisions. For the season Correia has allowed 89 hits and 45 earned runs while striking out 37 over 66.1 innings for a 2-7 record and a 6.11 ERA.
Toronto is 7-0 against the AL Central, 22-6 in their last 28 games, and 4-1 in Happ’s last five starts. Minnesota is 5-2 In game two of a series, 1-5 in their last six games, and 1-5 in Correia’s last six road starts. Minnesota is 6-21 in their last 27 games in Toronto.
The Jays should have no problem here and look for them to win in a blowout.
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