MLB Preview Boston at Toronto 4/26/2010 7:10 PM EST

Shark’s winning sports picks continues with a new week as we completed another successful week in sports picks betting. With nineteen games gone by the boards already, these two teams almost have identical numbers especially in run production. The Toronto Blue Jays are ranked 27th knocking in eighty one runs with a curious batting average of .227. On the other side of the diamond, the Boston Red Sox are ranked 16th and interesting enough have only generated eighty two runs. Toronto’s left hander Dana Eveland has been solid early this season only allowing four earned runs on sixteen hits in eighteen and two thirds innings of work with an earned run average of 1.93. Lifetime he is two and one with an ERA of 2.84 versus Boston. His counterpart Boston’s starter Josh Beckett has been extremely inconsistent in surrendering fifteen runs on twenty eight hits with a lofty an earn run average of 5.26 in his first three starts. Lifetime Beckett is one and two with a dreadful ERA of 7.76 versus Toronto.


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Sport betting information


Total is set at 8.5


The Under is 5-0 in the Blue Jays L5 when playing a team with a losing record.

The Under is 4-0 in the Blue Jays L4 home games when facing a right-handed starter.

The Under is 5-0 in the Blue Jays L5 5 home games when playing a team with a losing record.

The Under is 5-0 in the Blue Jays L5 home games.

The Red Sox are 3-12 in their L15 against the American League East.

The Red Sox are 0-5 in their L5 road games when facing left-handed starter.




Blue Jays are 4-1 in their L5 against American League East.



Umpire Information


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