Coming off a slug fest winner in Toronto. Maybe the Jays were suppose to win that one, but let it get away.
Los Angeles Dodgers at Toronto Blue Jays
The Jays are a dangerous team that's out of sync and they are capable of putting up crooked numbers, like last night, out scoring their opponent. They didn't score enough last night. The line is tight again and the books see Ricky Nolasco as a weak link with 6-9 and 3-3 on the road. The Jays do play inter league games well at home, 9-3, and today's pitcher Esmil Rogers is their top money guy. At 2-2 record with Rogers the Jays are 6-3. The problem with Rogers is that he's a road pitcher at 4-1 team record. He does not pitch quality at home, 1 quality start out of 4 and team record of 2-2, and the pen was rocked by the Dodgers last night. We have white hot Dodgers with Ricky Nolasco, playing solid in Dodger blue, against the Jays with depleted pitching squad, a starter unlikely to go deep and just look at the trend from yesterday's write up. Stay on L.A.
LOS ANGELES DODGERS -103 for 1 unit(W)
Again the Jays had the game, but gave it back to L.A.