MLB odds on Wednesday include the opener of a two-game series between the Toronto Blue Jays and Los Angeles Angels.
If the pitching rotation holds on schedule then Roy Halladay would get the start for the Blue Jays and they would be favored in MLB betting odds. Let’s look at this game between the Blue Jays and Angels on Wednesday.
MLB odds trends do favor the Angels in this series. Los Angeles has won 7 of the last 10 against the Blue Jays overall and they are 5-2 at home against Toronto in the last seven as MLB odds numbers indicate.
The Angels have struggled on the road this season in MLB odds. Much of the reason for that lack of success has been an injury riddled pitching staff. There just are not a lot of names you recognize going out there for the Angels. The top notch pitchers are all hurt and that means young pitchers are going and rarely do young pitchers have immediate success versus the MLB odds on the road. When you have top pitchers like John Lackey, Ervin Santana, Kelvim Escobar and Dustin Moseley on the DL it is tough to overcome in MLB odds. It has also not helped the Angels in MLB odds that Vladmir Guerrero has been on the DL.
Toronto has been very solid in MLB odds both at home and on the road. The Blue Jays have pounded the ball to start the season and their pitching has been pretty good with Halladay leading the way in terms of MLB betting odds numbers. The Blue Jays were not thought of as contenders for the American League East title this season but early on in MLB odds they have been very good.
The under has been the way to go in terms of MLB odds in this series recently. 7 of the last 10 between the two teams have gone under the MLB odds total and 4 of the last 7 in Los Angeles have gone under. The teams met six times last season in Los Angeles, and the over/under in MLB betting odds was 3-3. If Halladay does get the start on Tuesday you can figure a low total on the betting board.
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