Angels vs Blue Jays Prediction, Odds & Player Prop Bets Today – MLB, Aug 28

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  • The Blue Jays (68-57) are -225 favorites vs the Angels (54-73)
  • Angels starting pitcher: Joseph Davidson (2-4), 6.23 ERA
  • Blue Jays starting pitcher: Thomas Stripling (6-3), 2.84 ERA
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The Los Angeles Angels (+185) visit Rogers Centre to take on the Toronto Blue Jays (-225) on Sunday, August 28, 2022. First pitch is scheduled for 1:37pm EDT in Toronto.

The Blue Jays are betting favorites in this MLB matchup, with the run line sitting at -1.5 (-115).

The Angels vs Blue Jays Over/Under is 9 total runs for the game.

So far this season, the Angels are 54-70 against the spread (ATS), while the Blue Jays are 51-71 ATS.

Angels vs. Blue Jays Odds, Run Line, Over/Under & Moneyline

SpreadOver / UnderMoneyline
Angels+1.5 -105O 9 -110+185
Blue Jays -1.5 -115U 9 -110-225

Angels vs Blue Jays Prediction for Today’s Game

Based on recent trends the model predicts the Blue Jays will win Sunday‘s matchup with 58.2% confidence.

This prediction factors in starting pitchers, recent team and player hitting performances, the last 5 games for both the Angels and Blue Jays and up-to-date player injuries.


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Best Angels Player Prop Bets Today

We’ve highlighted some favorite MLB player prop bets for Angels players for Sunday‘s game, looking at profitable historical betting trends:

  • Luis Rengifo has hit the Hits Over in 47 of his last 55 games (+30.60 Units / 27% ROI)
  • Luis Rengifo has hit the Total Bases Over in 39 of his last 60 games (+18.25 Units / 21% ROI)
  • Taylor Ward has hit the Runs Under in 38 of his last 51 games (+17.60 Units / 20% ROI)
  • Luis Rengifo has hit the Singles Over in 35 of his last 55 games (+11.25 Units / 17% ROI)
  • Patrick Sandoval has hit the Earned Runs Under in 13 of his last 16 games (+9.75 Units / 40% ROI)

Best Blue Jays Player Prop Best Bets Today

And here are some favorite MLB player prop bets for Blue Jays players for Sunday‘s game, looking at profitable historical betting trends:

  • Vladimir Guerrero Jr has hit the Total Bases Over in 48 of his last 81 games (+14.20 Units / 16% ROI)
  • Vladimir Guerrero Jr has hit the Hits Over in 31 of his last 55 games (+12.20 Units / 14% ROI)
  • Bo Bichette has hit the RBIs Under in 13 of his last 14 games (+11.25 Units / 36% ROI)
  • Alejandro Kirk has hit the Runs Under in his last 11 games at home (+11.00 Units / 63% ROI)
  • Bo Bichette has hit the Runs Under in 14 of his last 17 games at home (+10.05 Units / 41% ROI)
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  • The Toronto Blue Jays have hit the 1st Five Innings (F5) Total Over in 52 of their last 83 games (+22.10 Units / 24% ROI)
  • The Toronto Blue Jays have hit the Game Total Under in 10 of their last 13 games at home (+6.75 Units / 48% ROI)

Angels Against the Spread (ATS) Record

Against the spread this MLB season, the Angels have gone 59-65 against the Run Line (-11.15 Units / -7.24% ROI).

  • 54-70 when betting on the Moneyline for -28.25 Units / -17.66% ROI
  • 55-60 when betting on the total runs Over for -11.05 Units / -8.09% ROI
  • 60-55 when betting on the total runs Under for +0.2 Units / 0.15% ROI

Blue Jays Against the Spread (ATS) Record

Against the spread this MLB season, the Angels have gone 51-71 against the Run Line (-24.6 Units / -16.74% ROI).

  • 66-56 when betting on the Moneyline for -23.15 Units / -11.29% ROI
  • 62-59 when betting on the total runs Over for -3.1 Units / -2.32% ROI
  • 59-62 when betting on the total runs Under for -10.2 Units / -7.53% ROI

Tucker Davidson has allowed at least one HR in each of his last three games dating back to August 7th — Josiah Gray has the longest active streak at 10.

Tucker Davidson has struck out just 10% (5/49) of right-handed batters he faced this month (3 games) — 8th lowest in MLB among starting pitchers with at least 11 total IP; League Avg: 22% — sixth Percentile.

Tucker Davidson has a strikeout rate of just 9% (6 SO in 68 PAs) this month (3 games) — lowest in MLB among starting pitchers with at least 11 total IP; League Avg: 21% — 0 Percentile.

Tucker Davidson has walked 6 of 49 right-handed batters (12%) this month (3 games) — 8th highest in MLB among starting pitchers with at least 11 total IP; League Avg: 6% — sixth Percentile.

Thomas Stripling: Blue Jays Starting Pitcher Stats & Trends

Ross Stripling has a first-pitch strike rate of 82% (37/45) — highest in MLB over the last two weeks; League Avg: 64% — 100th Percentile.

The average home run distance against Ross Stripling this season is 377.7 feet — best in MLB among starting pitchers with at least 61 total IP; League Avg: 398.1

Hitters have chased just 103 of Ross Stripling’s 506 breaking balls out of the zone (chase rate of 20%) since the start of last season — lowest in MLB among starting pitchers with at least 143 total IP; League Avg: 32% — 0 Percentile.

Ross Stripling has thrown at least two strikes in his first three pitches to 74% (201/271) of opposing batters this season — 2nd highest in MLB among starting pitchers with at least 62 total IP; League Avg: 64% — 99th Percentile.

Angels Keys to the Game vs. the Blue Jays

The Angels are just 2-10 (.167) when tied entering the 7th inning this season — lowest in MLB; League Avg: .500.

The Angels are just 6-32 (.158) when their opponents score in the first inning this season — 2nd lowest in MLB; League Avg: .335.

The Angels are just 4-11 (.267) when tied entering the 8th inning this season — 3rd lowest in MLB; League Avg: .500.

The Angels are just 7-44 (.137) when allowing 5 or more runs this season — 6th lowest in MLB; League Avg: .201.

Blue Jays Keys to the Game vs. the Angels

The Blue Jays are 32-30 (.516) on the road this season — tied for 9th best in MLB; League Avg: .471.

The Blue Jays are 56-16 (.778) when allowing 4 or fewer runs this season — 5th best in MLB; League Avg: .703.

The Blue Jays are just 2-47 (.041) when trailing entering the 8th inning this season — 4th lowest in MLB; League Avg: .085.

The Blue Jays are 36-27 (.571) at home this season — 10th best in MLB; League Avg: .529.

The Angels are batting just .216 on the road this season — 2nd lowest in MLB; League Avg: .241.

The Angels are batting just .233 when facing the starting pitcher for the 3rd time in a game since the start of last season — lowest in MLB; League Avg: .263.

Angels hitters have an OPS of just .695 (3,374 PA’s) against LHP since the start of last season — 5th lowest in MLB; League Avg: .726.

Angels hitters have an OPS of just .636 (1,440 PA’s) against LHP this season — 2nd lowest in MLB; League Avg: .714.

Blue Jays hitters are slugging .449 against RHP since the start of last season — best in MLB; League Avg: .402.

The Blue Jays are batting .263 with two outs since the start of last season — best in MLB; League Avg: .233.

Blue Jays hitters have an OPS of .774 (8,296 PA’s) against RHP since the start of last season — 2nd best in MLB; League Avg: .715.

Blue Jays hitters have an OBP of .325 (8,296 PA’s) against RHP since the start of last season — 3rd best in MLB; League Avg: .313.

Angels pitchers have won only 12% of games in which they have allowed their opponent to score in three different innings this season — lowest in MLB; League Avg: 25%.

Angels pitchers have won only 4% of games in which they have allowed their opponent to score in three different innings on the road this season — lowest in MLB; League Avg: 24%.

The Angels have won just 14% of road games in which their opponents scored first this season — 3rd lowest in MLB; League Avg: 26%.

Angels pitchers have allowed a run just 23% of the time after an opposing score this season — 2nd lowest in MLB; League Avg: 29%.

Blue Jays pitchers have walked 334 of 4,674 batters (7%) this season — tied for 3rd best in MLB; League Avg: 8%.

Blue Jays pitchers have walked 807 of 10,590 batters (8%) since the start of last season — tied for 3rd best in MLB; League Avg: 8%.

The Blue Jays pitchers have allowed division opponents to score first in just 38% of their games since the start of last season — 2nd lowest in MLB; League Avg: 50%.

Opponents have a groundball rate of just 42% against Blue Jays pitchers this season — 5th lowest in MLB; League Avg: 43%.

Blue Jays vs. Angels Injuries Tonight That May Affect Prop Bets 

  • Julian Merryweather (Blue Jays): Side, D60
  • Hyun Jin Ryu (Blue Jays): Forearm, D60
  • Nathan Pearson (Blue Jays): Mono, D60
  • Tayler Saucedo (Blue Jays): Hip, D60
  • Teoscar Hernández (Blue Jays): Foot, Day-to-Day
  • Michael Lorenzen (Angels): Shoulder, D60
  • McKenzie Moniak (Angels): Finger, D10
  • Anthony Rendon (Angels): Wrist, D60
  • Matthew Duffy (Angels): Back, D60
  • Archie Bradley (Angels): Elbow, D60
  • Griffin Canning (Angels): Back, D60
  • Jared Walsh (Angels): Rib, D60
  • Chris Rodriguez (Angels): Shoulder, D60

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