Matchup: Toronto Blue Jays at Detroit Tigers

Date/Time: June 3 2014 7:10PM Est

Pitchers: Toronto - Drew Hutchison (R) vs Detroit - Anibal Sanchez (R)

Latest Odds: Detroit Tigers -135 Total 8

MLB Pick of the Day Record: 1-0

The first place Toronto Blue Jays in the Eastern Division of the American League have been on a major roll in their last winning 16 in their last 20 matchups dating back to May 13th. During this period of time, the Blue Jays have outscored their opponent 97 to 70. In the last 7 games, the Toronto Blue Jays have 2 out of 50 players who are batting out of their minds to put it mildly. First Baseman Adam Lind {ranked 3rd} is averaging .476 at the plate with 10 base hits in 21 at bats. Right Fielder Jose Bautista is hammering in 6 runs with 11 hits. They will face Detroit’s right hand pitcher Anibal Sanchez who has been spectacular this season with a earn run average of 2.49 surrendering 12 runs with 28 hits and 15 base on balls, but his record is only 2 and 2. Sooner or later it has to take its’ toll psychologically wise on Sanchez. Sanchez is only .500 versus the Blue Jays in his successful career. Here are 2 intriguing facts. The Tigers are 2-5 in Sanchezs last 7 home starts. Detroit is 1-4 in Sanchezs last 5 starts following a Quality Start in his last appearance.

After going 6 and 0 between May 12 to 18, the Detroit Tigers have an awful record of 4 and 10 while averaging only 3 runs per matchup. The Detroit Tigers have not seen Toronto’s right hand starting pitcher Drew Hutchison. The Tigers are 1 and 4 versus right hand starters in their last 5 home games.

MLB Pick of The Day: Toronto +125