Kansas City Royals versus Toronto Blue Jays Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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The ALCS series from the Major League Baseball playoffs on Monday October 19th will feature the Toronto Blue Jays at home to face the Kansas City Royals for Game 3. The Royals and Blue Jays begin play in Toronto at 8PM Eastern Time and sports bettors can tune to FOX Sports 1 TV.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Toronto Blue Jays the -170 wagering odds favorite with the return on the road underdog Kansas City Royals at +150 odds. The run total came in at eight runs. Those playing on the Toronto Blue Jays on the money line and laying the -1 ½ runs will get back +120 odds. Bettors choosing the +1 ½ run head start with the Kansas City Royals will have to lay -140 odds for their run line bet.

The Toronto Blue Jays face a similar 2-0 deficit as they did in the Texas Rangers series. The difference here is the ALCS is a best of seven series so they don’t face elimination in Game 4. But the Blue Jays need to hurry up and try to solve this Kansas City pitching staff. The Blue Jays have pushed across just three runs in the first two games and in 6 2/3rd innings have not scored a run on the KC bullpen. That’s the benefit for the Royals is if they get six innings from their starter that’s good enough based on the quality of arms that reside in the bullpen. It will be Johnny Cueto throwing for the Royals in Game 3 as he opposes Blue Jays right hander Marcus Stroman. Cueto was on the hill for the series clincher for KC in the ALDS as the free agent to be held the Astros to two earned runs and two hits over eight innings of work. The Blue Jays counter with Marcus Stroman. The Blue Jays righty started two games in the ALDS against Texans and allowed five earned runs and 11 hits over 13 innings pitched.

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