The San Francisco Giants and Toronto Blue Jays have game two of their three game series soon in Ontario. Both teams have competitive resumes, which should offer a close game and good betting opportunity.
The Giants had competitive series lately against the Arizona Diamondbacks and San Diego Padres. They had some positive offensive outings that could help them in this series. Logan Webb is expected to be the starter on the mound for game two and is 7-6 on the season.
Their stats showcase some opportunities for game two. Their batting average is around .253 and their opponents average is hovering .249. This is slightly positive but not a lot of breathing room.
Their earned run average is nearing 3.93 and their on base percentage has moved close to .329. They also have a slugging percentage coming around .418, which is around the league average.
The Giants are second in the NL West behind the Arizona Diamondbacks. They need to dominate in this series in order to have a good shot in their division lead.
The Jays have played great in recent performances. They went 4-1 in five games against the Oakland Athletics and Miami Marlins, giving them positive momentum for this series. Chris Bassitt is expected to take the mound for game two and is 7-5 this year.
Their stats show some positives they bring to the table in game two. Their batting average is nearing .264 and their opponents average is close to .243. This ratio is good and might be the difference for game two.
Their earned run average is nearing 3.97 and their on base percentage has moved close to .331. They also have a slugging percentage coming around .421, which is about the same as the Giants.
The Blue Jays are fourth in the AL East behind the Tampa Bay Rays. They are roughly 10 games back, so every win or loss is crucial for the rest of the season.
The following odds for the San Francisco Giants and Toronto Blue Jays matchup is not quite yet available for game two. Keep in mind that the odds on MyBookie or Bookmaker are subject to changes once they appear.
The market is estimating that the Giants have a 53.1 percent chance to win in game two. The Giants are just as good on the road as the Blue Jays are at home and they both have positive batting average ratios, which should result in a close game. Overall, this is a toss up but the Giants have a great opportunity.