Atlanta Braves vs. Toronto Blue Jays - 7/10/18 MLB Pick, Odds, and Prediction
Toronto Blue Jays (41-48) at Atlanta Braves (50-39)
MLB Baseball: Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 7:35 pm (SunTrust Park)
M Stroman (1-6) (6.67) vs. J Teheran (6-6) (4.47)
The Line: Atlanta Braves -126 / Toronto Blue Jays +116 --- Over/Under: 9 See the Latest Odds
Tuesday MLB features the Toronto Blue Jays locking horns with the Atlanta Braves.
The Toronto Blue Jays have dropped back to back contests after a 2-1, ten inning loss to the Yankees on Sunday. Toronto starter Ryan Borucki gave up a run on seven hits and to BB in a seven inning stint for a ND before Tyler Clippard took the loss with a run scoring in the 10th.
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The Blue Jays attack consisted of six hits and a par of free passes with Kendrys Morales accouting for the offense with his 10th long ball in the 6th. Marcus Stroman toes the rubber at Atlanta in interleague play on Tuesday night. Stroman comes in off of a 6-3 loss versus the NY Mets with all six runs plated on six hits and four BB over 4.2 frames.
The Atlanta Braves have not been knocking them dead lately with losses in five of six which has knocked the team from the top spot in the NL East. Atlanta fell to Milwaukee 10-3 on Sunday in the series finale’ where starter Sean Newcomb as charged with five runs in just 3.2 frames before Evan Phillps gave up another four runs over 1.1 innings.
The Braves offense logged ten hits and walked five times with Ender Inciarte recording three RBI’s while Tyler Flowers drove in a run and scored followed by Freddie Freeman who had three hits and drove in a run.
Julio Teheran draws Tuesday’s starting assignment against the visiting Blue Jays. Teheran looks to rebound from a 6-2 loss at the NY Yankees where he was charged with five runs allowed over five innings.
Toronto are 4-12 in their last 16 road games and Toronto are 6-2 in their last 8 interleague games and over is 19-7 in Toronto last 26 on grass. Over is 8-2 in Atlanta last 10 interleague games and over is 10-4 in Atlanta last 14 games following a loss and over is 12-5-1 in Atlanta last 18 overall. Toronto are 5-11 in the last 16 meetings in Atlanta and are 8-17 in the last 25 meetings.
Stroman hasn’t been consistent and Teheran has had wild swings but has been bad at home. Something small on Toronto if you must...