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Astros vs. Blue Jays Betting Line, Odds & Trends - June 8

Betting Line and Odds for June 8
Astros vs. Blue Jays Betting Line, Odds & Trends - June 8

The Houston Astros and Yordan Alvarez will hit the field against the Toronto Blue Jays and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. at Rogers Centre on Thursday, with the first pitch at 7:07 PM ET.

Oddsmakers list the Astros as -125 favorites on the moneyline, while giving the underdog Blue Jays +105 moneyline odds to win. Houston is favored on the run line (-1.5).

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Odds and Game Info

  • When: Thursday, June 8, 2023 at 7:07 PM ET
  • Where: Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario
  • How to Watch on TV: MLB Network
  • Probable Pitchers: Framber Valdez vs. Jose Berrios
Astros vs Blue Jays Betting Information
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Astros Trends & Betting Info

  • This season, the Astros have won 24 out of the 40 games, or 60%, in which they've been favored.
  • Houston has not been bigger favorites this season than the -125 moneyline set for this game.
  • The moneyline for this contest implies a 55.6% chance of a victory for the Astros.
  • Houston has an ATS record of 28-26-0 in 54 games with a spread this season.

Blue Jays Trends & Betting Info

  • This season, the Blue Jays have won seven out of the 15 games, or 46.7%, in which they've been the underdog.
  • Toronto has not entered a game this season as a bigger underdog on the moneyline than the +105 odds on it winning this game.
  • The Blue Jays have a 48.8% chance to win this game based on the implied probability of the moneyline.
  • Toronto is 27-30-0 against the spread in its 57 chances this season.

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Astros vs. Blue Jays Comparison

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Astros Leaders

Astros Hitting Rankings

  • Alvarez leads the Astros in home runs (17) and runs batted in (55).
  • Alvarez ranks fourth in homers and first in RBI among all hitters in MLB action.
  • Alex Bregman is hitting .250 with seven doubles, a triple, eight home runs and 34 walks.
  • Bregman ranks 75th in homers and 33rd in RBI among hitters in MLB.
  • Kyle Tucker is batting .274 with 13 doubles, eight home runs and 25 walks.

Astros Pitching Rankings

  • The 9.6 strikeouts per nine innings put together by the Astros pitching staff leads the majors.
  • Houston has a 3.27 team ERA that ranks first across all MLB pitching staffs.
  • Houston has the fourth-lowest WHIP in MLB (1.220).
  • The pitching staff for the Astros has a collective 30 quality starts, the fifth-highest total in MLB.
  • Astros pitchers combine to surrender the 13th-fewest home runs in baseball (66 total, 1.1 per game).
  • Houston struck out six Blue Jays batters while allowing five hits in a 3-2 loss in its last game.

Blue Jays Leaders

Blue Jays Hitting Rankings

  • Bo Bichette paces the Blue Jays with 14 home runs and 42 runs batted in, while accumulating a team-best batting average of .327.
  • Bichette ranks 12th in homers and 13th in RBI among all hitters in MLB.
  • Bichette takes a three-game hitting streak into this game. In his last five games he is hitting .286 with two home runs and three RBI.
  • Guerrero is batting .284 with 14 doubles, nine home runs and 22 walks.
  • Guerrero ranks 56th overall in home runs and 25th in RBI this year.
  • George Springer has five doubles, a triple, nine home runs and 22 walks while batting .245.

Blue Jays Pitching Rankings

  • The Blue Jays have a 9.6 K/9 this season as a staff, which is best in baseball.
  • Toronto has pitched to a 3.83 ERA this season, which ranks ninth in baseball.
  • Toronto has a combined WHIP of just 1.252 as a pitching staff, which is the eighth-best in baseball this season.
  • Blue Jays starters have made 31 quality starts this season, second-most in baseball.
  • The Blue Jays have allowed the third-most home runs this season with 84, or 1.3 per game.
  • Toronto earned a 3-2 win in its most recent game, striking out six Astros batters while allowing five hits.

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