The Detroit Tigers and Toronto Blue Jays meet for an American League matchup at 12:05 pm ET on Sunday. Toronto is listed as a -292 favorite (risk $292 to win $100) at Caesars Sportsbook, while the Over-Under is set at 9 (see the latest odds for every game this week in our MLB odds page). Before making any Tigers vs. Blue Jays picks, you MUST check the MLB predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model.
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The model knows the Tigers have quality team speed. Detroit is in the AL’s top five in stolen bases, and it’s a friendly battle against a struggling starting pitcher in Jose Berrios. The veteran has a 5.20 ERA and 1.37 WHIP this season, allowing an .808 OPS to opposing hitters. Berrios also has a 6.31 ERA over his last seven starts.
The model also found that the Blue Jays have a big edge on offense. Toronto has been the best offensive team in the American League by a wide margin since the All-Star break. From there, the Blue Jays lead the AL in hits, batting average, total bases, and on-base percentage in 2022. Toronto is loaded with talent, including eight regulars with OPS over .700, and the Blue Jays are near the top of the league in every major hit category.
Now, it sets its sights on the Tigers against the Blue Jays. We can tell you that the model leans under the whole, and it also says a team has all the value! You MUST see this before locking in any MLB picks.
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