Blue Jays Vs Marlins: MLB Betting Odds, Trends & Stats – June 23, 2021

Posted By Staff on June 23, 2021

The Toronto Blue Jays (36-35) have a 1-0 series lead and will look for a sweep of the Miami Marlins (31-41) on Wednesday at LoanDepot Park. The Blue Jays are favored (-122) against the underdog Marlins (+106) in the matchup, which starts at 7:10 PM ET. Toronto has Robbie Ray starting things off, while Miami counters Trevor Rogers.

The betting insights and predictions in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings as of June 23, 2021, 2:00 PM ET. See table below for current betting odds and CLICK HERE to bet at DraftKings Sportsbook.

Blue Jays vs Marlins Betting Odds

Pitching Matchup

Ray (TOR) Pitcher Rogers (MIA)
4 – 3 W/L 7 – 3
74.2 IP 81.2
3.50 ERA 1.98
1.150 WHIP 1.030
11.7 K/9 10.5
2.3 BB/9 2.9

Blue Jays Probable Starter Robbie Ray

  • Ray gets the start for the Blue Jays, his 14th of the season. He is 4-3 with a 3.50 ERA and 97 strikeouts over 74 2/3 innings pitched.
  • In his last time out on Friday, the left-hander tossed 4 1/3 innings against the Orioles, giving up two earned runs while surrendering six hits.
  • The opposing Marlins offense has the 28th-ranked slugging percentage (.369) and is 26th in MLB play with 68 home runs. They have a collective .232 batting average, and are 21st in the league with 553 total hits and 27th in MLB action scoring 282 runs.
  • The Blue Jays have a 5-2 record in Ray’s seven starts this season when they were the moneyline favorite.

Starting pitcher projections reflect team information as of June 23, 2021 at 2:09 PM ET and may change up to the start of game.

Marlins Stats vs Ray

Player AB AVG H HR RBI OBP OPS
Starling Marte 14 .357 5 0 1 .438 1.009
Miguel Rojas 11 .364 4 1 1 .364 1.091
Jorge Alfaro 10 .100 1 0 0 .100 .200
Adam Duvall 8 .000 0 0 2 .111 .111
Jesús Aguilar 8 .250 2 0 0 .333 .583
Jon Berti 6 .167 1 1 1 .286 .953
Jazz Chisholm 3 .000 0 0 0 .000 .000
Lewin Díaz 1 .000 0 0 0 .000 .000
Luis Marté 1 .000 0 0 0 .500 .500

Marlins Probable Starter Trevor Rogers

  • Rogers (7-3) will take the mound for the Marlins, his 15th start of the season.
  • The left-hander’s last appearance was on Wednesday, June 16, when he threw six innings against the Cardinals, giving up one earned run while allowing three hits.
  • The Blue Jays rank second in MLB with a .261 batting average this season. They have a team slugging percentage that ranks second in the league (.445) and 107 home runs.
  • When he is the starting pitcher, Miami has a record of 4-4 this season when they are the underdog on the moneyline.

Starting pitcher projections reflect team information as of June 23, 2021 at 2:09 PM ET and may change up to the start of game.

Blue Jays Betting Trends

  • The Blue Jays average 4.7 runs per road game while scoring 5.4 per contest at home.
  • The Blue Jays score the eighth-most runs in baseball (353 total, 5.0 per game).
  • The Blue Jays have won 15 of the 33 games they were favored on the moneyline this season (45.5%).
  • In games it has played as a moneyline favorite with odds of -122 or shorter, Toronto has gone 11-12 (47.8%).
  • Toronto has played in 71 games with set over/under, and has combined with opponents to go over the total 34 times (34-37).
  • Toronto has a 3-3 record over the six games it was favored on the moneyline in its last 10 matchups.
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Marlins Betting Trends

  • The Marlins have scored the 27th-most runs in the league this season with just 282 (3.9 per game).
  • They’ve scored 4.1 runs per game this season at home compared to an average of 3.8 per contest on the road.
  • The Marlins have entered the game as underdogs 42 times this season and won 16, or 38.1%, of those games.
  • This season, Miami has won 13 of its 34 games, or 38.2%, when they’re the underdog by at least +106 on the moneyline.
  • Miami’s games have gone over the total in 30 of their 72 chances.
  • Miami has played as the underdog in eight of its past 10 games and has won four of those contests.

Blue Jays Players to Watch

  • Vladimir Guerrero Jr. paces the Blue Jays with 23 home runs and 60 runs batted in, while accumulating a team-high batting average of .340.
  • Among qualifying hitters in MLB play, Guerrero’s 87 hits rank third, his 23 HR rank first, his 60 RBI rank first, his .340 AVG ranks first, and his .431 OBP ranks first.
  • Marcus Semien has 13 doubles, a triple, 18 home runs and 30 walks while hitting .279.
  • Semien ranks 11th in hits (80), and fifth in HR (18) among qualified batters in MLB play.

Blue Jays Batting Stats (2021)

Player AB AVG R HR RBI OBP OPS
Bo Bichette 293 .276 60 14 47 .324 .798
Marcus Semien 287 .279 50 18 42 .347 .866
Randal Grichuk 272 .265 30 13 47 .295 .758
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. 256 .340 54 23 60 .431 1.099
Lourdes Gurriel Jr. 243 .255 25 7 24 .275 .674
Teoscar Hernández 207 .300 26 10 42 .342 .830
Cavan Biggio 161 .230 20 6 15 .339 .730
Joe Panik 107 .262 9 2 11 .304 .678
Santiago Espinal 90 .278 12 0 6 .337 .693
Reese McGuire 69 .290 9 1 5 .338 .773

Marlins Players to Watch

  • Jesus Aguilar is batting .269 with 12 home runs and 50 RBI for Miami this season.
  • Among qualified hitters in MLB, Aguilar ranks ninth in RBI.
  • Starling Marte leads Miami in batting with a .321 average while slugging five homers and driving in 16 runs.

Marlins Batting Stats (2021)

Player AB AVG R HR RBI OBP OPS
Jesús Aguilar 242 .269 23 12 50 .324 .791
Adam Duvall 226 .212 29 16 52 .259 .719
Miguel Rojas 188 .255 32 3 16 .330 .734
Jazz Chisholm 186 .258 27 8 24 .325 .760
Jon Berti 170 .218 27 3 16 .322 .651
Starling Marte 131 .321 32 5 16 .423 .927
Sandy León 105 .181 6 1 4 .228 .457
Jorge Alfaro 104 .269 9 2 9 .321 .686
Magneuris Sierra 97 .237 12 0 0 .282 .550
Jesús Sánchez 25 .240 2 2 3 .240 .720

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