Wander Franco carries a 10-game hitting streak into the Tampa Bay Rays’ (84-67) game against the Toronto Blue Jays (84-67) at 6:10 PM ET on Saturday, at Tropicana Field.
A projected tight matchup pits the Rays (-114 moneyline odds to win) against the Blue Jays (-105). The matchup on the mound for this contest is set with the Tampa Bay Rays looking to Drew Rasmussen (10-6), and Alek Manoah (14-7) taking the ball for the Toronto Blue Jays. The contest has an over/under of 6.5.
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Rays vs. Blue Jays Last 10 Games Betting Performance
- Tampa Bay was the moneyline favorite for six of its last 10 games, and finished 3-3 in those matchups.
- In their last 10 matchups, the Rays and their opponents combined to hit the over four times (all 10 of the games had set totals).
- Tampa Bay’s ATS record is 5-5-0 over its past 10 games.
- Over the past 10 games, Toronto has been the underdog twice and lost both contests.
- In their last 10 games with a total, the Blue Jays and their opponents are 7-2-1 when it comes to hitting the over.
- Toronto is 6-4-0 ATS over its last 10 games.
Rays vs. Blue Jays Starting Pitcher Betting Trends
Projected starter: Drew Rasmussen
- The Rays have a 15-11-0 ATS record in Rasmussen’s 26 starts with a set spread.
- The Rays are 15-4 in Rasmussen’s 19 starts this season with Tampa Bay as the moneyline favorite.
- Rasmussen’s team has put together an 18-8 record over his 26 starts.
- Rasmussen has had 26 starts that bookmakers set a total for this season, and 12 of those games finished over the total.
Projected starter: Alek Manoah
- Manoah’s team is 12-17-0 against the spread this season in his starts.
- His team is 1-1 this season when he starts and they’re underdogs on the moneyline.
- Manoah’s team has won 16 of his 29 starts.
- Games started by Manoah have a 10-19-0 record at hitting the over this season.
Rays Batting Leaders
- Randy Arozarena leads the Rays in home runs (20) and runs batted in (87).
- Among batters in MLB action, Arozarena ranks 59th in homers and 22nd in RBI.
- Arozarena heads into this game on a three-game hitting streak. In his last five games he is hitting .333 with two doubles, a home run, two walks and eight RBI.
- Yandy Diaz’s .292 batting average is a team-high mark.
- Diaz ranks 193rd in homers and 113th in RBI this year.
- Isaac Paredes paces the Rays with 20 home runs.
- Paredes enters this game on a two-game hitting streak. In his last five games he is hitting .222 with a double, a home run, five walks and an RBI.
- Harold Ramirez is batting .306 with 22 doubles, six home runs and 19 walks.
- Ramirez brings a two-game hitting streak into this matchup. During his last five outings he is batting .250 with two doubles and a walk.
Blue Jays Batting Leaders
- Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is batting .277 this season with a team-high 30 home runs.
- Among all batters in the majors, Guerrero is 16th in home runs and 18th in RBI.
- Bo Bichette leads Toronto in runs batted in (91) this season. He’s batting .286 while slugging .475.
- Bichette is 39th among hitters in the majors in homers, and 16th in RBI.
- Bichette has hit safely in five games in a row. In his last five games he is hitting .381 with a double, four walks and three RBI.
- George Springer is slashing .262/.339/.456 this season for the Blue Jays.
- Alejandro Kirk leads Toronto in batting average (.295) this season while adding 13 home runs and 61 RBI.
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