Blue Jays vs Red Sox Odds, Picks & Predictions – July 24

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The Toronto Blue Jays (52-43) will visit the Boston Red Sox (48-47), Sunday at 1:35 PM ET, with the Blue Jays on a five-game winning run. On the mound for the Blue Jays will be Ross Stripling (5-3), opposed by the Red Sox’s Brayan Bello (0-1).

The Blue Jays are currently a moderate moneyline favorite (-157) on the road at the Red Sox (+132). The total for the Blue Jays-Red Sox game is 10.5.

Blue Jays vs. Red Sox Odds

Run Line

Toronto Blue Jays (-1.5)


Blue Jays (-157)


10.5 Runs (Over: -106, Under: -114)

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When, Where, at What Time is Blue Jays vs. Red Sox

  • Game Day: Sunday, July 24, 2022
  • Game Time: 1:35 PM ET
  • Location: Boston, Massachusetts
  • Stadium: Fenway Park

Blue Jays Injury Report

Andrew Vasquez15 Day Injury ListAnkle
Yusei Kikuchi15 Day Injury ListNeck
Matt Peacock40 Man ActiveIllness
Hyun-Jin Ryu60 Day Injury ListElbow
Nate Pearson60 Day Injury ListBack
Julian Merryweather60 Day Injury ListOblique
Tayler Saucedo60 Day Injury ListHip
George SpringerDay-to-dayElbow

Red Sox Injury Report

Christian Arroyo10 Day Injury ListGroin
Rafael Devers10 Day Injury ListHamstring
Trevor Story10 Day Injury ListHand
Josh Winckowski10 Day Injury ListIllness
Matt Strahm15 Day Injury ListWrist
Rich Hill15 Day Injury ListKnee
Chris Sale15 Day Injury ListFinger
Michael Wacha15 Day Injury ListShoulder
Tyler Danish15 Day Injury ListElbow
Connor Seabold15 Day Injury ListForearm
James Paxton60 Day Injury ListElbow
Matt Barnes60 Day Injury ListShoulder

Last Time Out: Blue Jays and Red Sox

These teams meet again after the Blue Jays took down the Red Sox 4-1 yesterday. Alek Manoah registered the win for the Blue Jays (6.00 IP, 1 R, 7 H, 7 K), and Cavan Biggio led the way offensively (1-for-3 with a double). Kutter Crawford (6.00 IP, 3 R, 5 H, 4 K) was credited with the loss for the Red Sox.

Betting Trends

Blue Jays Betting Records and Team Stats

The Blue Jays have been favorites in 76 games this season and won 45 (59.2%) of those contests. Toronto has a record of 25-15 in games where oddsmakers favor them by at least -157 on the moneyline. The moneyline for this contest implies a 61.1% chance of a victory for the Blue Jays. Toronto’s games have gone over the total in 50 of their 95 chances. The Blue Jays are 43-52-0 ATS in their 95 games with a spread this season.

NameGPAVG (Rank)OBP (Rank)SLG (Rank)HR% (Rank)K% (Rank)BB% (Rank)
Vladimir Guerrero Jr.94.273 (46).348 (45).485 (27)4.9% (23)17.5% (51)9.6% (63)
Alejandro Kirk85.319 (5).397 (7).486 (25)3.5% (65)9.1% (3)10.7% (42)
George Springer83.251 (83).332 (71).473 (35)4.8% (25)19.2% (72)9.6% (63)
Bo Bichette94.260 (71).305 (113).420 (78)3.3% (69)24.5% (111)6.2% (120)
Lourdes Gurriel Jr.86.315 (7).365 (24).439 (63)1.5% (132)16.7% (45)6.1% (122)

Red Sox Betting Records and Team Stats

The Red Sox have come away with 18 wins in the 45 contests they have been listed as the underdogs in this season. This year, Boston has won five of 17 games when listed as at least +132 or worse on the moneyline. The moneyline set for this matchup implies the Red Sox have a 43.1% chance of walking away with the win. Boston’s games have gone over the total in 43 of their 95 opportunities. The Red Sox are 51-44-0 against the spread in their 95 games that had a posted line this season.

NameGPAVG (Rank)OBP (Rank)SLG (Rank)HR% (Rank)K% (Rank)BB% (Rank)
Xander Bogaerts91.313 (8).387 (12).448 (54)1.8% (123)20.2% (79)9.4% (68)
Alex Verdugo88.262 (63).305 (113).370 (128)1.6% (130)10.3% (5)5.9% (125)
J.D. Martínez84.303 (16).369 (19).483 (29)2.5% (96)23.7% (104)8.7% (74)
Christian Vázquez76.281 (-).326 (-).441 (-)2.8% (-)16.1% (-)5.6% (-)
Jackie Bradley Jr.84.204 (-).255 (-).300 (-)0.7% (-)19.9% (-)6.4% (-)

Blue Jays vs. Red Sox Picks and Predictions

Our pick for this matchup is the Red Sox to win (+132 on the moneyline), while we project the total score will go under the total (10.5 runs).

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Matt Rooney

Matt comes from Chicago and has lived in the area his whole life. Graduated from and played football at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, IL while also serving as the director of student sports broadcasting. He writes for Betsperts as well as appears on several shows across the network.

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