Boston Red Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays - 9/26/17 MLB Pick, Odds, and Prediction
Toronto Blue Jays (74-83) at Boston Red Sox (92-64)
MLB Baseball: Tuesday, September 26, 2017 at 7:10 pm (Fenway Park)
J Happ (9-11) (3.64) vs. C Sale (17-7) (2.75)
The Line: Boston Red Sox -250 / Toronto Blue Jays +229 --- Over/Under: 8.5 See the Latest Odds
The Boston Red Sox and Toronto Blue Jays continue their series in Tuesday MLB action.
The Toronto Blue Jays were the perfect spoilers in defeating the division leading Boston Red Sox 6-4 on Monday to log back to back victories. The Blue Jays pitching hung tough with starter Brett Anderson evening his record at 2-2 with three runs plated on six hits and a trio of bases on balls over five frames before five relievers finished the job. The Jays pounded out eleven hits and walked three times with Ryan Goins going solo and scoring twice while Josh Donaldson went 3-3 with a homer and three RBI’s followed by Teoscar Hernandez with a run and two driven in. Left hander JA Happ toes the rubber for the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday versus the Boston Red Sox. Happ comes off of a 1-0 defeat to the Kansas City Royals where he gave up the only run of the game on seven hits and a pair of BB over 6.2 frames.
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The white hot Boston Red Sox were cooled off for a night in Monday’s defeat at the hands of the visiting Toronto Blue Jays in the series opener. The Red Sox saw their six game winning streak come to an end while losing a game in the standings with the Yankees winning. Boston struggled at the plate and on the mound with starter Drew Pomeranz dropping to 16-6 with five runs plated on seven hits and a base on balls through just two innings pitched while four relievers were called on to control the bleeding. The Red Sox offense consisted of seven hits and three walks with Andrew Benintendi slugging a solo bomb while Mookie Betts went 2-3 and drove in two. The Boston Red Sox have named Chris Sale as the starter against the visiting Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday night. Sale comes off of a 9-0 win at the Baltimore Orioles where he allowed three hits and struck out eleven over seven innings of work.
The under is 9-4 in Toronto last 13 overall and the under is 9-3-2 in Happ’s last 14 on grass while the under is 9-3-2 in Happ’s last 14 road starts. Boston are 12-2 in their last 14 games on grass and Boston are 22-4 in their last 26 Tuesday games while Boston are 6-2 in their last 8 home games.
I really have no interest in this one but with the way both hurlers throw I’ll say under…