Detroit Tigers Vs Toronto Blue Jays: Betting Odds and Matchup Stats – July 29, 2022

Written By PlayMichigan Staff on July 29, 2022

In the second game of a four-game set at Rogers Centre, the Detroit Tigers (40-60) take on the Toronto Blue Jays (55-44), Friday at 7:07 PM ET. Alek Manoah (11-4) is the starter for the Blue Jays, and Bryan Garcia for the Tigers. The Tigers are a big underdog (+310) on the road at the Blue Jays (-396).

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Tigers at Blue Jays Game Lines: Moneyline, Spread, Total Runs

Tigers at Blue Jays Probable Starting Pitchers

Season Stats
Alek Manoah (RHP) Bryan Garcia (RHP)
19 GS 0
11-4 W-L 0-0
2.24 ERA
6.1 IP/Start 0.0
0.97 WHIP 0
8.2 K/9 0

Tigers Five Hottest Batters (Last 10 Games)

Name BA Hits HRs RBI OPS
Jeimer Candelario .393 11 4 9 1.307
Harold Castro .343 12 0 2 .864
Eric Haase .261 6 1 6 .812
Miguel Cabrera .222 6 1 2 .753
Robbie Grossman .185 5 0 4 .630

Tigers Record Splits

Home Away Day Night Starting RHP Starting LHP
24-27 16-33 21-27 17-31 27-44 12-16

Tigers vs Blue Jays Recent Results

Blue Jays Tigers
8 – 2 Record 3 – 7
7.5 Runs Per Game 4
3.3 Runs Allowed Per Game 5.8
7-3-0 Record ATS 4-6-0
9.79 K/9 7.14

Tigers Betting Tips

  • Garcia’s team was never a moneyline underdog a season ago in games he pitched.
  • Detroit has a 2-7 record from the nine games it was the underdog on the moneyline over its last 10 matchups.
  • Over their last 10 outings, the Tigers and their opponents combined to go over the run total seven times.
  • The Tigers are 31-49 in games they were listed as the moneyline underdog (winning 38.8% of those games).
  • Detroit has yet to play as a moneyline underdog of +310 or longer.
  • The Tigers have an implied moneyline win probability of 24.4% in this matchup.
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