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Monday, September 25, 2017

MLB Odds: Jays Play Out the String in Boston

The Toronto Blue Jays (73-83, –20.12 betting units) finish up their 2017 regular season on the road this week, starting with a three-game series at Fenway Park against the Boston Red Sox (91-64, +9.12 units). Game 2 of this series is Tuesday at 7:10 PM ET on Sportsnet and NESN.

JA Happ (3.92 FIP) is scheduled to pitch for Toronto against fellow southpaw and AL Cy Young contender Chris Sale (2.22 FIP). It’s been an unfortunate season for Happ, who has the Under at 15-7-2 in his 24 starts after receiving just 3.67 runs of support per game, leaving him 7.06 units in the red on a team record of 10-14. Sale is up 5.98 units on a record of 22-9, allowing just seven earned runs in his last five starts combined.

While the Jays have been victimized by injuries this year, the Red Sox come into this series almost completely healthy. They expect to have 3B Eduardo Nunez (.798 OPS with two teams) back in action sometime this week; Nunez has been out since September 10 with a PCL injury, but ran the bases Sunday and hopes to return in time to help Boston clinch the AL East division.


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MLB Odds: Last Dance for Jays at Fenway


With just one week left in the 2017 regular season, the Toronto Blue Jays (73-83, –20.12 betting units) will play out the string on the road, starting with a three-game series against the Boston Red Sox (91-64, +9.12 units). Game 2 is Tuesday at 7:10 PM ET on Sportsnet and NESN.

Two southpaws are expected to take the mound when JA Happ (3.92 FIP) throws for Toronto against AL Cy Young contender Chris Sale (2.22 FIP). The Jays are only 10-14 behind Happ after providing him with just 3.67 runs per game in support, leaving the Under at 15-7-2.



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