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Oakland Athletics vs Toronto Blue Jays 6/25/2023 Expert Picks, Tips and Odds

Oakland Athletics vs Toronto Blue Jays 6/25/2023 Expert Picks, Tips and Odds

The Oakland Athletics will finish a three-game road trip against the Toronto Blue Jays on Sunday afternoon when they return to the Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario. Oakland lost four of its last five road games, dropping to 20-59 overall and 11-30 on the road, remaining bottom in the major league and 32.5 games behind the overall best Tampa Bay Rays. The Athletics scored 279 runs during the season but surrendered 492 for a run difference of -213. The Oakland Athletics have struggled this season and have already lost nine of their previous ten games, including game 2 in a series against the Blue Jays last time out. Oakland starter Shintaro Fujinami (3-7, 10.57 ERA) was given the loss on Saturday after throwing 0.2 innings and giving up two earned runs. The Athletics, however, only mustered three runs on eight hits.

Center fielder Esteury Ruiz led Oakland with a batting average of.266 and a team-high 79 hits, while first baseman Ryan Noda assisted the Athletics with an on-base percentage of.387 for the Athletics. Oakland left fielder Brent Rooker led the club with 13 home runs and 38 batted in. The Oakland Athletics’ management decided to start righty Luis Medina in the series finale on Saturday afternoon against the Toronto Blue Jays. The right-handed pitcher had a 1-6 record, a 7.01 ERA, a 1.56 WHIP, 41 strikeouts in his starts, and 43.2 innings thrown, he gave up 49 hits, 19 free passes, and 10 home runs.

The totals have been UNDER in 10 of Oakland’s last 15 games, and the Athletics are 1-9 SU in their last ten contests. The Oakland Athletics are 6-14 straight up in their previous 20 games versus Toronto and 1-4 SU in their last five away games. The Oakland Athletics have a 2-9 straight up record in their previous 11 road contests against the Toronto Blue Jays.

Oakland Athletics vs Toronto Blue Jays 6/25/2023 Expert Picks, Tips and Odds

The Toronto Blue Jays will play the Oakland Athletics in their last game of the series on their home turf on Sunday. Toronto improved to 42-36 overall and 20-14 at home after winning the most recent game played at home and three of the prior four contests. The squad is still in fourth place in the competitive AL East, ten games behind the Tampa Bay Rays, fiercely competing for first place. Overall, the Blue Jays scored 349 runs and allowed 337, for a run difference of +12. After a decisive 7-3 victory over the Oakland Athletics, the Toronto Blue Jays come into this game looking for their second straight victory and aiming to finish the series at home. On Saturday, Toronto defeated Oakland 7-3 with to two-run home runs by Danny Jansen and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. SP José Berrios threw six innings at the same time, winning for the third time in his previous four starts.

Bo Bichette, a shortstop, is the Blue Jays’ leading performer in those categories, averaging.316 with a team-high 14 home runs, 46 batted in, and 102 hits. Whit Merrifield, a second Toronto baseman, had the team’s highest on-base percentage (.355). The Blue Jays’ batting average and slugging percentage during this season were.262 and.416 respectively. The Toronto Blue Jays’ southpaw Yusei Kikuchi will get the game underway against the Oakland Athletics on Saturday. The left-handed starter had a 6-2 record, a 7.01 ERA, a 1.56 WHIP, 41 strikeouts, 76 batters walked, 23 free bases granted, and 19 home runs allowed in 77.0 innings pitched.

In six of Toronto’s prior games, the totals have gone OVER, while in six of the Blue Jays’ past nine games versus Oakland, the totals have gone UNDER. The Toronto Blue Jays are 9-2 SU in their last 11 home games versus the Oakland Athletics, but they are 2-4 straight up in their last six games against American League opponents. The totals were OVER in seven of the last eight Sunday games involving the Toronto Blue Jays.

Oakland Athletics vs. Toronto Blue Jays. The MLB Pick for this contest is the Toronto Blue Jays. Starting pitcher Luis Medina put off a good start in which the right-handed pitcher allowed only one run over 4-1/3 innings, while Yusei Kikuchi completed his last six innings without surrendering a run. Toronto is ahead of this one after taking game 2 of the series home on Sunday. A 5-3 victory for the Toronto Blue Jays is the result.

MLB Starting Time: 1:37 PM ET

Location: Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario  

Date: Sunday, June 25, 2023


MLB Odds/Point Spread: Toronto Blue Jays -330

MLB Totals: 9.5


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