Two squads in the AL East — the New York Yankees (19-8) and the Toronto Blue Jays (17-13) — meet on Tuesday at 7:05 PM ET, at Yankee Stadium. Luis Severino (2-0) is the starter for the Yankees, and Yusei Kikuchi (1-1) for the Blue Jays. With the Blue Jays (+135) visiting, the Yankees (-160) are a solid favorite on the moneyline.
Yankees vs Blue Jays Game Lines: Moneyline, Spread, Total Runs
Yankees vs Blue Jays Probable Starting Pitchers
Luis Severino (RHP)
Yusei Kikuchi (LHP)
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Severino’s team has won each of the five games he’s started as the moneyline favorite.
New York has played as the favorite in nine of its past 10 games and has gone 7-2 in those contests.
In their previous 10 games with a total, the Yankees and their opponents have combined to clear the over/under on four occasions.
The Yankees have been victorious in 19, or 70.4%, of the 27 contests they have been chosen as favorites in this season.
This year, New York has won 15 of 21 games when listed as at least -160 or better on the moneyline.
The Yankees have an implied victory probability of 61.5% according to the moneyline set by sportsbooks for this matchup.
Blue Jays Betting Tips
The Blue Jays have a 1-3 record in Kikuchi’s four starts this season when they were the underdog on the moneyline.
In the last 10 games, Toronto has been listed as the moneyline underdog by oddsmakers only two times, and it split those games.
Over their last 10 outings — all of which had a set run total — the Blue Jays and their opponents combined to go over the total five times.
The Blue Jays have been the moneyline underdog nine total times this season. They’ve gone 4-5 in those games.
Toronto has played three times as a moneyline underdog with odds of +135 or longer, and claimed a victory in each game.
Based on this matchup’s moneyline, the Blue Jays have an implied win probability of 42.6%.