2010 Season MLB Baseball Past Picks

July 31, 2010


Cleveland at Toronto

Saturday 07/31 01:05 PM Eastern

4 units on Toronto -200 (moneyline) (risk 4 to return 4)  RESULT: loss

2 units on Game Total UNDER 8.5 -110 (risk 2 to return 2)  RESULT: win

When the Toronto Blue Jays allowed A.J. Burnett and Roy Halladay to walk, it appeared that this team was going into a long rebuilding mode, but they have responded nicely. They reside in the toughest division in baseball and are 54-49 for the season. They have won four straight and are 13-6 over their last 19 games. The Indians’ relentless schedule may finally be catching up to them. This will be their 35th consecutive game vs. a team with a winning record. They are now 2-7 in their last nine, with an offense that has disappeared. The nine games show just 19 total runs scored - just a tick over 2 per game. Westbrook has not been the answer when the Tribe is on the road as a +151 to +200 dog, as they are 1-10 in that situation, which applies to today's game. The Jays have grabbed the money at home in seven straight vs. losing teams. The UNDER also looks good here. The Jays have gone UNDER in 11 of their last 15 vs. losing teams. The Tribe has scored just 2.3 per game over their last seven. I like Toronto and the under in this one.


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