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JT MIller is here with his favorite plays for Wednesday's MLB Slate. Tail our guy JT with his best bet for Blue Jays vs. Red Sox

Boston Red Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays Best Bet: Should You Back Alek Manoah and the Blue Jays?

Well guys I really am not too crazy about what is left on the board here on this Wednesday slate; I didn’t really love much to begin with, just rode with the Astros this morning and had a blast sweating out that one. Not sure how sweaty it really is considering they never trailed but 0-0 heading into the ninth and winning 2-0 15 minutes later is pretty exhilarating.

Anyways, I see quite a few potential spots to go at here but do not want to force plays on a slate when I do not need to; I just spoke about this yesterday but we have a lot of time and opportunities to bet on baseball this year. The spots will come, they always do. I have a money line play for you guys and a total I like for a bonus play.

Let’s dive in.

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Red Sox vs. Blue Jays Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date: June 29, 2022
  • Game Time: 7:10 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: MLB.TV

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Boston Red Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays Prediction

I love backing Alek Manoah here at home after a loss last night and think this is a great matchup for the Blue Jays. Monah is sporting an excellent 9-2 record with a 2.05 ERA and sub-one WHIP at .96. in 51 PA against, this Red Sox lineup has struck out 21% of the time while putting up a 0.186 wOBA and lowly 0.133 average.

Anytime an arm like that is on the mound, you guys know have a good chance of winning a ball game. They currently have split the series to this point but can jump all over the guy they are facing here tonight as they have many times before. Nick Pivetta has been shelled by that Blue Jays in his career; in 114 AB’s they have accumulated 40 hits, 12 XBH and 15 walks. The slashline is a strong .289/.372/.489 and my expected numbers look stronger.

Small board, good spot; let’s keep it simple here and stay hot on the diamond.

Boston Red Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays Pick

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Born and raised in St. Louis, JT is a young gun in the industry but has already established himself as one of the sharpest. Some refer to him as the "King of the Ice" as a result of his dominance in the NHL, which has been his claim to fame. However, he also excels in other markets including the NFL, MLB, and NCAAF. You can follow JT on Twitter at @RickyBobbyBets.


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