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MLB : ATS Matchup
Tuesday 4/24/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
+1.5  -200

-1.5  +170



BOSTON (17 - 4) at TORONTO (13 - 8)
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Tuesday, 4/24/2018 7:05 PM
Board OpeningLatest
919BOSTON-115Ov 8.5,-115-110Ov 8,-105
920TORONTO+105Un 8.5,-105+100Un 8,-115
BOSTON - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games17-4+1212-85.90.2770.3400.4520.7922.90.2150.2770.3150.591
Road Games9-3+5.16-64.70.2600.3150.4230.7382.20.2070.2710.2970.567
vs Left-handed Starters2-1+0.51-23.30.2080.2590.3370.5961.00.1810.2140.2770.491
Past 7 Games5-2+2.84-35.40.2830.3300.4780.8072.00.1920.2520.2810.533
Night Games11-2+98-46.40.2830.3460.4710.8172.50.2180.2750.3030.578
BOSTON - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games5.90.2770.34021748207533240.4521177214610147195169
Road Games4.70.2600.31512430112250150.423553484679142104
Lefty Starters3.30.2080.2593101214030.337107280172011
BOSTON - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.251.13874.7282754331795-17277.8%
Road Games2.331.06138.7101024117392-13260%

TORONTO - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games13-8+4.89-105.50.2360.3190.4040.7234.20.2570.3230.4220.745
Home Games7-3+2.94-56.70.2680.3450.4680.8124.00.2330.2970.4290.725
vs Right-handed Starters8-5+3.15-75.80.2360.3210.4290.7493.90.2510.3120.4170.729
Past 7 Games4-3+1.84-26.30.2470.3440.3950.7395.00.2740.3370.4690.806
Turf Games7-3+2.94-56.70.2680.3450.4680.8124.00.2330.2970.4290.725
Night Games8-5+2.84-75.20.2210.3080.3880.6963.80.2640.3240.4150.739
TORONTO - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games5.50.2360.31921708167323270.4041098619571421312274
Home Games6.70.2680.3451034091222140.46863409936659152
Righty Starters5.80.2360.32113441104242190.4297155119589611194
TORONTO - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games2.121.19168171664817675-170100%
Home Games2.081.01034.7882679344-130100%
BOSTON - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
4/10/2018SALE(L)NY YANKEESSEVERINO(R)14-1W-1256.5 ovO11601092
4/11/2018PRICE(L)NY YANKEESTANAKA(R)7-10L-1058 unO10411270
4/12/2018PORCELLO(R)NY YANKEESGRAY(R)6-3W+1009 ovP882451
4/13/2018RODRIGUEZ(L)BALTIMORETILLMAN(R)7-3W-2459.5 ovO11110970
4/14/2018VELAZQUEZ(R)BALTIMORECOBB(R)10-3W-1508.5 ovO1570953
4/15/2018SALE(L)BALTIMOREBUNDY(R)3-1W-2206.5 ovU1090351
4/17/2018PRICE(L)@ LA ANGELSOHTANI(R)10-1W1558 unO1581480
4/18/2018PORCELLO(R)@ LA ANGELSSKAGGS(L)9-0W1108 evO1480681
4/19/2018RODRIGUEZ(L)@ LA ANGELSTROPEANO(R)8-2W-1058.5 unO1471461
4/20/2018POMERANZ(L)@ OAKLANDGRAVEMAN(R)7-3W-1359 evO112010100
4/21/2018SALE(L)@ OAKLANDMANAEA(L)0-3L-1657.5 unU030761
4/22/2018PRICE(L)@ OAKLANDMENGDEN(R)1-4L-1258.5 evU670941
4/30/2018 KANSAS CITY  
5/1/2018 KANSAS CITY  

TORONTO - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
4/10/2018SANCHEZ(R)@ BALTIMORECASHNER(R)2-1W-1308.5 ovU7110352
4/11/2018ESTRADA(R)@ BALTIMOREGAUSMAN(R)3-5L1009 unU7701190
4/13/2018STROMAN(R)@ CLEVELANDCLEVINGER(R)8-4W1408.5 evO7501282
4/17/2018GARCIA(L)KANSAS CITYSKOGLUND(L)11-3W-1959 ovO13601172
4/17/2018BIAGINI(R)KANSAS CITYDUFFY(L)5-4W-1509 unP911010120
4/18/2018HAPP(L)KANSAS CITYKENNEDY(R)15-5W-1958 evO1591882
4/19/2018SANCHEZ(R)@ NY YANKEESSABATHIA(L)3-4L1459 evU680861
4/20/2018ESTRADA(R)@ NY YANKEESGRAY(R)8-5W1808.5 ovO91001160
4/21/2018STROMAN(R)@ NY YANKEESMONTGOMERY(L)1-9L1509 unO461970
4/22/2018GARCIA(L)@ NY YANKEESSEVERINO(R)1-5L2208.5 unU471960
4/30/2018 @ MINNESOTA  
5/1/2018 @ MINNESOTA  
BOSTON: 2017: 93-69, first place, lost to Houston in ALDS.
MANAGER: Alex Cora (first season).
ADDITIONS: DH J.D. Martinez.
MANAGER John Farrell, RHP Doug Fister, OF Chris Young, RHP Addison Reed, OF Rajai Davis, LHP Henry Owens, LHP Fernando Abad.
OUTLOOK: The Red Sox won 93 games last year for the second straight season and claimed the franchise's first back-to-back AL East titles. But Farrell was fired after they failed to advance in the playoffs for the fourth year in a row. The key ' and really only ' addition is Martinez, who gives them someone to replace longtime slugger David Ortiz after finishing last in the AL in homers without Big Papi in 2017. The theory behind Boston keeping up with the reloaded New York Yankees goes something like this: A full season of a healthy Price will bolster a rotation that already has a quality ace in Sale, plus 2016 AL Cy Young Award winner Porcello and All-Stars Pomeranz and Wright. The Red Sox also are staking their chances on the hope that Ramirez can be more like the player he was in 2016 (.286, 30, 111); that Pedroia will return quickly and be healthy and productive; that 20-year-old third baseman Devers will be able to stay up for a full season; and that Bradley won't have another second-half slump. The bullpen, anchored by Kimbrel, remains strong.
TORONTO: 2017: 76-86, fourth place.
MANAGER: John Gibbons (sixth season of second stint, 11th overall with Blue Jays).
ADDITIONS: LHP Jaime Garcia, OF Randal Grichuk, OF Curtis Granderson, RHP Seung-hwan Oh, INF Yangervis Solarte, INF Aledmys Diaz, RHP John Axford, RHP Tyler Clippard, INF Danny Espinosa, RHP Taylor Guerrieri, INF Gift Ngoepe, LHP Sam Moll, RHP Sam Gaviglio.
SUBTRACTIONS: OF Jose Bautista, OF Ezequiel Carrera, RHP Dominic Leone, LHP Brett Anderson, INF Darwin Barney, RHP Leonel Campos, OF Darrell Ceciliani, RHP Taylor Cole, INF Ryan Goins, C Raffy Lopez, RHP Tom Koehler, RHP Dominic Leone, C Miguel Montero, INF Rob Refsnyder, OF Michael Saunders, RHP Bo Schultz, RHP Cesar Valdez.
OUTLOOK: The powerful Yankees and reigning division champion Red Sox are considered playoff favorites in the AL East, so the expectation is the Blue Jays will be left to compete for the second wild card. If Donaldson and Smoak help the offense rebound from last season's injury-induced stumble, when Toronto scored an AL-low 693 runs, and the starting pitching stays strong and healthy, the Blue Jays might be able to mount a playoff push. Health concerns remain plentiful, however. Besides Tulowitzki's troublesome heel, Travis will need scheduled downtime to rest his surgically repaired right knee. Stroman was slowed by a sore shoulder in spring training, and Sanchez will be closely monitored after making just eight starts last year because of blister issues.
Red Sox look to start another win streak vs. Blue Jays

TORONTO -- The Boston Red Sox have had a sensational start to the season and the Toronto Blue Jays, slow starters in recent seasons, have had a better than expected beginning.

When the two American League East leaders open a three-game series Tuesday night at the Rogers Centre, however, both teams will be coming off their first series losses of the season after dropping their past two games.

The Red Sox (17-4) lost twice in a row to the Athletics in Oakland, including a no-hitter on Saturday, and a 4-1 decision Sunday. They had been averaging 6.5 runs in their first 19 games.

"You never want long losing streaks," Red Sox first baseman Mitch Moreland said. "This team is capable of anything. We had two games where we had good pitching against us. That's going to happen.

"But we have a great offense and great pitching. This is a very good team, so I think we're going to be able to limit that long-term damage where you lose a lot of games."

Red Sox manager Alex Cora said, "We think we have a great offensive club, but this is going to happen. We're not going to score seven, eight runs a night."

The Blue Jays (13-8) lost the final two games of a four-game series against the Yankees on Saturday and Sunday in New York to go 1-3 in the set.

The Blue Jays lost 5-1 Sunday, held to three hits in seven innings by Yankees starter Luis Severino.

"We did have some opportunities, not so much (Sunday), but the first three games," Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said.

"You know, we've been (playing) really well, really well lately," said Toronto left-hander Jaime Garcia, who took the loss Sunday. "The guys are swinging really amazing, the bullpen has been unbelievable and we as starting pitchers, we feel like we're going to take off.

"We believe in ourselves. We just got stay focused on the process, continue to compete, continue to give us a chance to win and in the long term, things will go that way."

Right-hander Rick Porcello (4-0, 1.40 ERA) will start Tuesday for Boston. Left-hander J.A. Happ (3-1, 4.50 ERA) will go for Toronto.

Porcello has pitched a total of 13 innings without giving up a run in his past two starts and has won all four of his outings this season.

In 21 career outings (20 starts) against the Blue Jays, he is 9-9 with a 4.98 ERA. He has two or fewer earned runs in each of his past three starts at the Rogers Centre. In 11 career games (10 starts) at Rogers Centre, he is 4-6 with a 4.99 ERA.

Happ is 7-3 with a 3.22 ERA in 17 career outings (16 starts) against the Red Sox.

The Blue Jays were 0-for-9 with runners in scoring position Sunday in New York with their only run coming on a home run by Teoscar Hernandez.

Seven of the outfielder's 12 hits this season have gone for extra bases (three doubles, one triple and three home runs).

The Blue Jays reached 13 wins this season in 19 games after needing 34 games to win their 13th last season. They need one more win to guarantee that they will finish at .500 or better for March-April.

During the previous five seasons, Toronto had the worst March-April record in the majors, going 52-75 (.409).

In winning 17 of their first 20 games entering Sunday, the Red Sox matched the franchise's best start through 20 games. The 1946 Red Sox also won 17 of their first 20 on the way to a 21-3 start. The Red Sox were the first team to win 17 of their first 20 games since the 2003 Yankees (17-3) and 1987 Milwaukee Brewers (18-2).

The Red Sox believe that they're equipped to avoid long losing streaks.

"With our pitching staff, that's the case," Cora said. "Offensively, we feel capable of scoring runs every night. We're capable of scoring a lot. We're not going to score seven or eight every night, but this offense is going to be fine. We're going to hit. We still have had a good road trip, 4-2. We need to go to Toronto and win the series."

Last Updated: 1/21/2019 6:50:19 AM EST

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