On Monday, a battle of AL East rivals is on the docket, with the Toronto Blue Jays (15-8) hosting the New York Yankees (16-6) at 7:07 PM ET. On the mound for the Yankees will be Jordan Montgomery (0-1), matched up against the Blue Jays’ Ross Stripling. The Yankees are currently a moderate moneyline favorite (-120) on the road at the Blue Jays (+100).
Yankees at Blue Jays Game Lines: Moneyline, Spread, Total Runs
Yankees at Blue Jays Probable Starting Pitchers
Jordan Montgomery (LHP)
Ross Stripling (RHP)
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Yankees Record Splits
Yankees vs Blue Jays Recent Results
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7 – 3
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Montgomery’s team has a record of 1-3 this season when he starts and they are the favorite on the moneyline.
In 10 games as the favorite over the last 10 matchups, New York has a record of 9-1.
In their previous 10 games with a total, the Yankees and their opponents have combined to clear the over/under on six occasions.
The Yankees have won in 16, or 72.7%, of the 22 contests they have been named as odds-on favorites in this year.
This season, New York has been victorious 16 times in 22 chances when named as a favorite of at least -120 or shorter on the moneyline.
Bookmakers have implied with the moneyline set for this matchup that the Yankees have a 54.5% chance of pulling out a win.
Blue Jays Betting Tips
The Blue Jays were the moneyline underdog for one Stripling start this season — they won.
In the last 10 games, Toronto has been listed as the moneyline underdog by oddsmakers just twice, and it split those games.
Over their last 10 outings, the Blue Jays and their opponents combined to hit the over on the run total four times.
The Blue Jays have won three of the seven games they were listed as the moneyline underdog this season (42.9%).
Toronto has gone 2-4 when it has played as a moneyline underdog with odds of +100 or longer (33.3%).
The Blue Jays have a 50% chance to win this game based on the moneyline’s implied probability.