On Wednesday, the Toronto Blue Jays (15-9) host the New York Yankees (17-6) at Rogers Centre. The Yankees are favoured by -115 in this encounter, while the Blue Jays are favoured by -105.
The Yankees have a total of 34 two-baggers and have hit 32 home runs as a club. New York’s slugging percentage is.420, and they’ve been called out on strikes 192 times while walking 78 times. The New York Yankees have a team batting average of 4.7 runs per game, which ranks them third in the league. Over the course of the season, they have 102 RBIs and 188 base hits, with a.247 batting average. They’ve scored 109 runs and have a.322 on-base percentage as a club.
Pitchers in the Yankees bullpen have faced runners on base 32 times and made 38 appearances in high-leverage situations. This season, the bullpen has recorded 23 holds (1st in MLB). The relief pitchers for the Yankees have a save percentage of 76.9% and have entered the game in 37 save opportunities. So far this season, they’ve made 10 saves and blown three of their 13 opportunities to rescue the game. For the season, bullpen pitchers have inherited 51 base runners, with 19.6% of them scoring a run for their side. This season, the Yankees have sent 89 relief pitchers to the mound.
In their 1,869 innings on the field, the Yankees have converted 70.7 percent of balls hit into play into outs, ranking them 16th in MLB. At this point in the season, the New York Yankees have 623 putouts to go along with 227 assists and 6 mistakes. Their fielding percentage has remained constant at.993, putting them first in the majors, and they have a total of 16 double plays.
So far this season, the Toronto Blue Jays have a club OBP of.304 and a team batting average of.245 to their credit. They’ve been called out on strikes 200 times (11th in MLB) and have 195 hits to their credit. Over the course of the season, Toronto has responsible for 31 long balls and 93 runs batted in. The Blue Jays have a.407 team slugging percentage and a 3.92 run per game average (20th in MLB). They’ve hit 36 doubles and walked 60 times while scoring 94 runs.
This season, the Blue Jays have a WHIP of 1.191 and a FIP of 3.38 as a staff. They have a strikeout-to-walk ratio of 3.38. (203 strikeouts vs 60 bases on balls). With 195 total hits surrendered, they are currently placed 27th in the league as a pitching staff. They’ve surrendered 21 home runs and are allowing 3.95 runs per 9 innings (13th in baseball). The Toronto pitching staff has given up 94 runs this season and has a 3.66 ERA (87 earned runs relinquished).
The Blue Jays have 19 holds and 5 failed saves in 37 save situations. In 17 save opportunities, Toronto has sent relievers to the mound, and they have come away with 12 saves. Their relievers have entered the game 41 times in high-leverage situations, including 21 times with runners on base. Out of 32 inherited runners, Toronto relievers have a 31.3 percent inherited scoring percentage. They are now ranked 16th in baseball with a save percentage of 70.6 percent, and they have used 94 relievers this season.
With 15 double plays, the Toronto Blue Jays have a fielding percentage of.986 (13th in professional baseball). So far this season, the Blue Jays have 204 assists, 12 errors, and a total of 643 putouts. The Blue Jays had a defensive efficiency of 69.7 percent in 1,929 innings on the field (20th in MLB).
Pick: Take New York (-115)