bet365 MLB Odds, Betting Preview: Giants Vs. Blue Jays (June 27)

The Toronto Blue Jays appear to be building some momentum heading into the opener of a three-game set with the visiting San Francisco Giants on Tuesday night.

The Blue Jays have posted four wins in their last five games to catapult themselves back into the playoff picture in the American League with the All-Star break on the horizon.

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SFG +145
TOR -165

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San Francisco, meanwhile, has also been playing some great baseball this month. The Giants orchestrated a 10-game winning streak from June 11-21 to vault themselves into a playoff position in the National League.

The Blue Jays are -165 home favourites on Tuesday and the total is set 8.5 runs @ bet365

Giants vs. Blue Jays odds

Giants Moneyline Odds+145
Blue Jays Moneyline Odds-165
Runline oddsBlue Jays -1.5 (+115), Giants +1.5 (-135)
Over/Under8.5 runs (-125 over, +105 under)
Time/DateTuesday, June 27, 7:07 p.m. ET
TVBroadcast: Sportsnet/SN NOW

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About the Giants (44-34 SU, 42-36 ATS, 38-38-2 o/u)

The Giants will carry a nine-game road winning streak into this matchup.

First baseman LaMonte Wade Jr. (lower back stiffness) didn’t play on Sunday and he’s considered day-to-day. The team had Monday off, so there’s a chance he may be able to suit up on Tuesday after a day of rest. Wade Jr. is slashing .283/.416/.881 through 70 games this season while primarily hitting out of the leadoff spot for the Giants.

Mike Yastrzemski, the grandson of Hall of Famer and Triple Crown winner Carl Yastrzemski, is 11-for-39 with a double and four home runs over his last 10 games.

About the Blue Jays (43-36, 36-43 ATS, 37-38-4 o/u)

The Blue Jays are flying high after a 12-run offensive outburst against the lowly Oakland Athletics on Sunday.

George Springer led off the first inning with his 11th home run of the season. The blast was his 55th career home run to lead off a game, which puts him second on the all-time list behind Rickey Henderson (81).

Cavan Biggio also homered in the lopsided 12-1 victory. He’s hitting .500 over the last seven days with a home run and four RBIs.

Toronto has enjoyed success against teams outside of the American League East this season. The team is a woeful 7-17 against AL East foes, but 36-19 against all other teams.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. over 0.5 home runs


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Probable pitchers

San Francisco: RHP Ryan Walker (2-0, 1.89 ERA, 9.47 K/9, 1.37 WHIP)

Walker will be the opener for the Giants on Tuesday. He hasn’t thrown more than three innings in an outing this season, so don’t expect him to go through Toronto’s batting order a second time. Walker last pitched on Sunday, throwing 22 pitches in a scoreless relief outing. He has never faced the Blue Jays.

Toronto: Kevin Gausman (7-3, 3.10 ERA, 11.6 K/9, 1.16 WHIP)

Gausman, a former San Francisco Giant, is enjoying a fine month of June to this point. He’s 4-0 in five starts this month with a 3.26 ERA and 38 strikeouts over 30 1/3 innings. In his last outing, Gausman yielded three earned runs over six innings of work to the Miami Marlins. He’s is 0-1 (4.50 ERA) in two career starts against the Giants.


The retractable roof at Rogers Centre will likely be closed due to expected stormy conditions throughout the evening hours.

  • The over is 5-0 in San Francisco’s last five road games.
  • The Giants are 4-1 in the past five meetings.
  • The over is 4-0-1 in Toronto’s last five home games.
  • Toronto is 2-15 in its past 17 games against NL West opponents.
  • Giants outfielder Michael Conforto has doubled in three straight games. He’s +360 to accomplish the feat again on Tuesday.
  • Wade Jr. has a hit in five straight games. If he plays, he’s -190 to extend his hitting streak.
  • Brandon Belt has stayed consistently solid at the plate in June, slashing .289/.378/.553 in 38 at-bats. He’s exceeded his line for total bases in four straight games and is -170 to record over 0.5 total bases against his former team.
  • After not homering at home for nearly half a season, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. busted out with two long balls at Rogers Centre during last weekend’s three-game series with the A’s. He’s +475 to homer and +130 to drive in a run. He’s driven in at least one run in three straight games.

Wagers to consider

  • This game looks like a potential mismatch with the Giants planning a bullpen day and the Jays sending their ace to the mound. I’m taking the Jays on the runline -1.5 (+115) at home.
  • Blue Jays team total: over 4.5 runs (-115). The Jays are collectively swinging some hot bats and they should feast against a mediocre Giants bullpen (3.81 ERA, 139 ER, 35 home runs allowed) that is being tasked with putting together nine innings of work.

Other MLB games on Tuesday

Home TeamAway TeamTime (ET)
Baltimore Orioles-140+120Cincinnati Reds7:05 PM
Pittsburgh Pirates+165-185San Diego Padres7:05 PM
Boston Red Sox-120+100Miami Marlins7:10 PM
New York Mets-140+120Milwaukee Brewers7:10 PM
Atlanta Braves-150+130Minnesota Twins7:20 PM
St. Louis Cardinals+100-120Houston Astros7:45 PM
Chicago Cubs+110-130Philadelphia Phillies8:05 PM
Texas Rangers-210+175Detroit Tigers8:05 PM
Kansas City Royals+120-140Cleveland Guardians8:10 PM
Colorado Rockies+250-310Los Angeles Dodgers8:40 PM
Los Angeles Angels-210+175Chicago White Sox9:38 PM
Seattle Mariners-230+190Washington Nationals9:40 PM
Arizona Diamondbacks-125+105Tampa Bay Rays9:40 PM
Oakland Athletics+115-135New York Yankees9:40 PM