Toronto Blue Jays vs Miami Marlins Prediction, 6/19/2023 MLB Picks, Best Bets & Odds
Game: Toronto Blue Jays vs Miami Marlins
Date: Monday, June 19, 2023
Location: loanDepot park in Miami, FL
TV: Bally Sports Florida
Odds/Point Spread: Toronto (-140) Miami (+120)
loanDepot park is the location where the Miami Marlins (41-31) will take on the Toronto Blue Jays (39-33) on Monday. The line on this contest has Toronto at -140 and Miami opens at +120. The over/under is set at 8.5. The men taking the mound are Jose Berrios and Edward Cabrera.
As a unit, the Toronto Blue Jays are recording 4.5 runs per game, which is 14th in MLB. They have tallied 323 runs scored and have an OBP of .331. The Blue Jays have accounted for 129 doubles as a team and have hit 83 balls out of the stadium. They have amassed 306 RBI's in addition to 655 base knocks on the season, and their team batting average is sitting at .263. Toronto has a slugging percentage of .420 and have been called out on strikes 553 times, while taking a walk on 234 occasions.
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They have accrued a K/BB ratio of 3.00 and the pitching staff holds a collective WHIP of 1.26. Blue Jays pitchers have given up 100 long balls in addition to 304 total runs (13th in MLB). Toronto has conceded 581 base hits (8.2 per 9 innings) and also 278 earned runs. The Blue Jays have compiled a team ERA of 3.92 for the season (11th in MLB), and the staff has struck out 677 batters. They have walked 226 opposing players and their FIP sits at 4.38 as a squad on the season.
The Blue Jays relief pitchers have earned a save rate of 76.7% and has stepped onto the mound in 71 save situations. The relief pitchers have inherited 110 base runners this season and 20.9% of them crossed home plate. Blue Jays relief pitchers have come into the game with runners on base 77 times as well as having 76 appearances in high leverage situations. The Blue Jays have sent 236 relief pitchers to the mound for the season. The relief pitchers have recorded 41 holds for the season (10th in MLB). They have recorded 23 saves over the course of the season and have blown 7 out of their 30 chances to save the game.
The Blue Jays have converted 69.6% of balls hit into play into outs in their 5,748 innings on the diamond, which has them sitting 11th in baseball. The Toronto Blue Jays have notched a total of 1,916 putouts at this point in the season, as well as 568 assists and 38 errors. Their fielding percentage is holding at .985 which ranks 19th in the majors, and have accumulated 54 double plays.
Berrios has taken the hill for 1,108 innings and has tallied 1,081 strikeouts during his pro baseball career. His earned run average is 4.16 (513 earned runs allowed) and his career WHIP is 1.247. He has given up 1,047 base knocks (8.5 hits per nine innings) and has 336 free passes. Berrios (79-58 win-loss record in his career) has a FIP of 4.03 while he has faced 4,686 batters in the majors.
The Marlins hold a team SLG% of .395 and they average 4.01 runs per outing (26th in the league). They have put up 106 doubles, while getting a free base 208 times and putting up 285 runs. Miami has accounted for 68 HRs on the season as well as 268 RBIs. They have been rung up on 585 instances (20th in baseball) and have recorded 610 hits. The Miami Marlins have compiled a team on-base percentage of .320 in addition to a batting average of .256 so far this season.
The Marlins have a team WHIP of 1.295 with a FIP of 3.97 as a team for the year. Their K/BB ratio sits at 9.50 (663 strikeouts against 236 bases on balls). They are sitting at 13th in the league as a staff in total hits conceded with 580. They have yielded 75 dingers and they allow 4.44 runs per 9 innings (15th in the league). The Miami pitching staff have surrendered 311 runs this year while having a team ERA of 4.17 (292 earned runs surrendered).
Miami relievers hold an inherited score percentage of 31.3% out of their 115 inherited runners. Their relievers have stepped onto the hill 92 times in high leverage situations and on 75 occasions with base runners. Sitting with 78 save situations, the Marlins have 46 holds in addition to 11 blown saves. They sit at 11th in the league with a save rate of 65.6%, and they have dispatched 246 relievers onto the field on the year. Miami has had bullpen pitchers step onto the hill in 32 save chances and they have walked away with 21 saves.
In 5,676 innings on the field, the Marlins are sitting with a efficiency on defense of 68.1% (23rd in professional baseball). The Miami Marlins have gotten 64 double plays and have a fielding percentage of .983 (26th in the majors). The Marlins have 627 assists, 44 errors and have earned 1,892 putouts over the course of the season.
In his pro baseball career, Cabrera has given up 121 base knocks and he has 187 K's in 165 innings pitched. Cabrera (11-12 career record) has a 4.15 ERA and has conceded 6.6 hits per nine innings. He has given up a total of 76 ER's while earning a WHIP of 1.297 and being the owner of a FIP of 4.9. He has a K/BB ratio of 2.01 and he has faced 702 batters so far in his MLB career.
Who will win tonight's MLB game against the spread or moneyline?
Guy Bruhn's Pick: Take Miami (+120)
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