Toronto Blue Jays versus San Diego Padres Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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The late night game from Saturday Major League Baseball will be an interleague battle as the Toronto Blue Jays will square off with the San Diego Padres. The Blue Jays and Padres will begin from San Diego at 10:10PM Eastern Time and the MLB Extra Innings Package will deliver the live television broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the road club Toronto Blue Jays favored by -121 odds with the return on the home underdog San Diego Padres at +111 odds. The run total is lined at 8 runs. Those who wish to lay -1 ½ runs with the road team Toronto Blue Jays can get back +130 odds for a run line wager. Bettors who choose to take the +1 ½ run head start with the San Diego Padres will have to lay -150 odds on their run line bet.

The teams meet for the second game of this three game weekend series. It was San Diego defeating the Toronto Blue Jays in a 17 inning contest on Friday night by the score of 4-3 as a -117 home betting favorite. The game was tied at 3-3 after five innings. Each of the team’s bullpens threw ten innings of scoreless baseball until a two out single by Jesus Guzman in the bottom of the 17th inning sent home Padre fans remaining in the ballpark happy. The pitching matchup for Saturday night will feature left hander Mark Buehrle on the hill for the Blue Jays as he opposes lefty Robbie Erlin. It has been a rocky season for the veteran hurler Buerle who enters play with a record of 2.23 and a very high ERA of 5.51. His ERA is his highest ever in career that dates back to his debut with the White Sox in the year 2000. Robin Erlins makes his first career start in Major League Baseball on Saturday night. The 22 year old from Oakland California saw limited work in relief pitching two innings and allowing two earned runs.

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