Toronto Blue Jays vs Milwaukee Brewers MLB Betting Prediction

MLB Blue Jays vs Milwaukee Brewers Prediction 6/10/2024

The Toronto Blue Jays (32-33) travel to face off against the Milwaukee Brewers (38-27) on Monday, June 10th. This game will be played at American Family Field in Milwaukee and televised on None. The Blue Jays are coming off a win in their previous game, while the Brewers are looking to get back on track from a loss to the Tigers. First pitch is set for 7:10 CT.

Blue Jays vs Brewers

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The Blue Jays’s offense was hot right out of the gates in their most recent game vs. the Athletics, closing out their series with a 6-4 win. After allowing three runs to the Athletics in the 2nd inning, the Blue Jays responded with two runs of their own. Toronto went on to add another two runs in the 4th inning.

Yimi Garcia picked up the win out of the bullpen for the Blue Jays, as Toronto scored three runs in the top of the 10th to pick up the win. The Blue Jays were also the -133 favorite on the money line going into the game.

Toronto is on the road to take on the Brewers with an overall record of 32-33, putting them 4th in the AL East. Currently, they trail the Yankees by 13 games in the division. The Blue Jays head into today’s game having won two straight, and they are 6-4 across their last 10 games.

So far, the Blue Jays are 9-10 against other AL East teams. At home, they are 16-15 this year compared to 16-18 on the road. As the favorite, the Blue Jays are 26-17 and 6-16 as the underdog this year. They have won two straight games as the road favorite and have an overall series record of 8-9-4 this year.

When betting the Blue Jays on the run line, it’s been a good idea to take them on the road this season. Toronto is 19-15 vs. the run line away from home, and they’ve covered in two straight games. The Jays’ average run margin in winning games is +3.2, while it’s -4.1 in losses.

The Blue Jays are on the road in Milwaukee today, and the O/U line for the game is set at 8.5 runs. Toronto’s games have averaged 8.4 runs per game this season, and their O/U record is 29-35. When the O/U line has been set at 8.5 runs, the Blue Jays have gone over the total 7 times and under 12 times. Only 9.2% of their games have had higher O/U lines than 8.5 runs.

José Berríos Gets The Start For The Blue Jays

José Berríos is getting the start for the Blue Jays today as he faces the Brewers on the road. He has made 13 starts this season and has a record of 5-4 with an ERA of 2.80. Berríos’ WHIP for the season is currently 1.11. In his 13 appearances, he has turned in 11 quality starts and is averaging 6.72 strikeouts per nine innings. Berríos’ most recent outing came against the Orioles, where he finished with a no-decision after giving up two earned runs in six innings of work. He has not taken a loss since May 25th.

Blue Jays Offense Breakdown

So far this season, the Blue Jays have been one of the league’s worst offenses, averaging just 4 runs per game, which is 25th in the league. They are also near the bottom of the league in home runs and are batting just .233 as a team. However, they do have two guys in the top 15 in home runs in Daulton Varsho and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Varsho and Davis Schneider are also tied for the team lead in RBIs.

Guerrero Jr. has been swinging a hot bat of late, going 9/31 in his last eight games with two homers. He is also on a four-game hitting streak. For the season, he is batting .292 and has an OBP of .383.

The Brewers will be looking to get back on track after closing out their series vs. the Tigers with a 10-2 loss. Milwaukee was the +145 underdog on the road going into this matchup. Things started off well for the Brewers, as they got on the board with a run in the 1st inning but gave up the lead right away as the Tigers scored twice in the bottom of the first.

Milwaukee started Bryse Wilson, and he took the loss, going just 4 1/3 innings, and giving up seven earned runs. The Brewers’ offense scored their only other run in the 7th.

The Brewers are the current leaders of the NL Central with a record of 38-27 heading into today’s matchup vs. the Blue Jays. They lead the Reds by 6.5 games for the division lead, and they have gone 16-8 against other teams in the NL Central. Milwaukee is currently on a five-game winning streak at home, and they are 18-10 at home this season.

So far on the road, the Brewers have gone 20-17 this season. As the favorite, the Brewers are 19-12 this year and 19-15 as the underdog. Milwaukee’s overall series record is 12-7-2, and they took their most recent series vs. the Tigers. Looking at how they have been playing lately, the Brewers are 6-4 over their last 10 games.

The Brewers have been a solid bet on the run line this season, going 34-31 overall. They have been especially good on the run line as the underdog, going 23-11. Their average run margin is +0.9 runs per game, and they have been a good bet on the run line on the road, going 21-16.

Today’s over/under line for the Brewers’ game against the Blue Jays is set at 8.5 runs, which is below their season average of 9.0 runs per game. The Brewers have hit the over in 37 of their 64 games this season and are on a three-game over streak. Their games have had an average over/under line of 8 runs, and they have hit the over in 18 of 29 games with a line set at 8.5 runs.

Colin Rea Gets The Start For The Brewers

Right-hander Colin Rea is starting for the Brewers today and comes into the game with a record of 4-2 and an ERA of 3.53. So far this year, he has made 10 starts, and opponents are batting .244 off Rea this season. In his 12 appearances, Rea has turned in three quality starts and is averaging 6.22 strikeouts per nine innings. Rea’s last outing came out of the bullpen, where he went four innings and didn’t give up a run. He finished with a no-decision in that outing. Before that, he had gone 5 2/3 innings and picked up the win. The right-hander has not lost back-to-back starts this season.

Brewers Offense Breakdown

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William Contreras has been one of the Brewers’ top hitters all season, as he is batting .309 with a team-leading 46 RBIs. Contreras has also gone deep eight times this season, which is 3rd on the team and 14th in the league. Rhys Hoskins has also been a good power source for the Brewers, as his 10 homers are the best on the team and 12th in the league, but he is hitting just .235 for the season.

Over his last eight games, Brice Turang has gone 10/28, and Jackson Chourio has gone 5/18 in his last six games. Turang is also on a three-game hitting streak, while William Contreras has a four-game streak going.

Blue Jays vs Brewers Prediction

Our prediction for the Brewers vs. Blue Jays matchup is that the Brewers will pick up a 5-4 win at home. Given that they are at -112 on the money line, this is the bet we would recommend making.

Looking at the starting pitchers, our projections have Colin Rea finishing with more strikeouts than José Berríos. However, Berríos is projected to go for eight innings, compared to Rea at six. As for the Blue Jays lineup, they are projected to finish with just eight hits, which is the third-lowest in the league today.

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