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Jose Berrios MLB Player Props – Minnesota Twins vs Toronto Blue Jays, August 5, 2022

Jose Berrios MLB Player Props - Minnesota Twins vs Toronto Blue Jays, August 5, 2022
2022-08-05 20:10:00 EDT

Jose Berrios and the Toronto Blue Jays (59-46) face the Minnesota Twins (55-50) at Target Field on Friday. First pitch is scheduled for 8:10pm (ET). Let’s take a look at some of Berrios’ Player props for the matchup. Jose Berrios is the probable pitcher for the Blue Jays, while Tyler Mahle is the probable pitcher for the Twins.

Strikeouts

  • Berrios has recorded 106 strikeouts this season – ranking T44th in the MLB – averaging 5.0 per start.
  • Berrios has recorded 33 strikeouts in his last four starts.
  • On the road, Berrios has recorded 36 strikeouts this season – averaging 3.6 per start.
  • Berrios recorded 13 strikeouts in his most recent start against the Twins.
  • Berrios has recorded 29 strikeouts in his 3 career starts against the Twins.
  • The Twins have struck out 859 times this season – ranking 21st in the MLB.

Let’s take a look at how Jose Berrios performs in some other key statistical areas.

Wins

  • Berrios holds a 8-4 W/L record this season, as well as a 2-0 record from his last five starts.
  • Berrios holds a 2-1 W/L record in his career against the Twins.

Home Runs Allowed

  • Berrios has allowed 22 home runs in 21 starts this season.
  • On the road, Berrios has allowed 13 home runs in 10 starts this season.
  • Berrios allowed 1 home run in his most recent start against the Twins.
  • Berrios has allowed 3 home runs in his 3 career starts against the Twins.
  • Berrios has allowed 3 home runs in his last three starts against the Twins.
  • Minnesota has hit 130 home runs this season – ranking 9th in the MLB.

Earned Run Average

  • Berrios has an ERA of 4.96 this season.
  • In his last two appearances against the Twins, Berrios has an ERA of 3.46.
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