Tyler Anderson gets the start for the Angels (54-51, 25-28 away) against José Berríos and the Blue Jays (59-46, 29-20 home). Today will be game three of their series, with the Blue Jays leading 2-0. Check out who see coming out on top in today’s Los Angeles Angels vs. Toronto Blue Jays matchup.
LOS ANGELES ANGELS VS TORONTO BLUE JAYS BETTING PICK
The Pick: Los Angeles Angels +156
This game will be played at Rogers Centre at 12:05 ET on Sunday, July 30th.
WHY BET THE LOS ANGELES ANGELS:
- Over their last five games on the road, Los Angeles has a straight-up record of 3-2.
- In their last five games as the underdog, the Angels have put together a record of 3-2.
- For the season, the Angels have gone 10-7 with Tyler Anderson on the mound as the starter.
LOS ANGELES ANGELS LOOKING FOR UPSET AS ROAD UNDERDOGS
For the season, the Angels have put together a record of 54-51 and are 3rd in the AL West, putting them six games out of first place. Los Angeles’ overall series record sits at 16-15-2. On the road, they have gone 25-28 and 29-23 at home.
The Los Angeles Angels will look to Tyler Anderson, who has a 5-2 record, as their starter. In 18 appearances this season, his ERA is 5.23 and he has a K/9 of 7.55. Anderson’s FIP is 4.56 and his OBP is .345 thus far in 2023.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are hoping Tyler Anderson can lead them to another victory, as they emerged triumphant the last time he took the mound. Anderson allowed four earned runs on eight hits over six innings in their 7-5 win against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Having gone deep 18 times in their last ten games, the Angels are 3rd in that span. At 5 runs per game, Los Angeles is 5th in the league. This figure has come on a team batting average of .257 while hitting a total of 162 home runs (3rd).
The Angels’ Shohei Ohtani is the team’s top hitter this season, boasting a .302 batting average. He has also been an impressive force at the plate, with a .683 slugging percentage and .400 on-base percentage.
WILL THE TORONTO BLUE JAYS TAKE CARE OF BUSINESS AT HOME?
Coming in with an overall record of 59-46, the Blue Jays are winners of four straight games. Through 33 series, they are 20-13 and in 3rd place in the AL East. At home, they have gone 29-20 compared to 30-26 on the road.
José Berríos has been a consistent presence in the Twins’ rotation this season, appearing in 21 games. His overall record stands at 8-7 with an ERA of 3.40 and a WHIP of 1.19. He has recorded 117 strikeouts, averaging 8.47 per nine innings, and his slugging percentage allowed is .371. When pitching away from home, Berríos has a 4-4 record and an ERA of 4.43; when playing at Target Field he is 4-3 with an ERA of 2.86.
In his most recent outing against the Dodgers, José Berríos allowed two runs on five hits over five innings of work. Although he did not factor into the decision, the Blue Jays still emerged victorious with a 6-3 win thanks to Berríos’ efforts.
Across their last five games, the Blue Jays’ offense is 4th in batting average, leading to an average of 6.2 runs per contest in that span. Overall, they are the 13th ranked scoring offense and posted a season-long OPS of .754 on 123 (11th). On average, they have struckout 8 times per game compard to 3.3 walks.
Over the past ten games, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has been a major offensive contributor for the Blue Jays, leading the team with three home runs and bringing his season total to 17. He currently holds a .268 batting average.