The Blue Jays and Brewers are set to face off in an interleague matchup at 8:10 PM ET today. This one is being played at American Family Field in Milwaukee, and the Blue Jays are slight -107 favorites on the money line compared to the Brewers at -112.

Jose Berrios will start for the Blue Jays, while the Brewers are sending Colin Rea to the mound. The Blue Jays are 32-33 this season, and the over/under line is currently 8.5 runs. Milwaukee leads the NL Central with a record of 38-27.

MILWAUKEE BREWERS VS TORONTO BLUE JAYS BETTING PICK

The Pick: Milwaukee Brewers Moneyline -112

This game will be played at American Family Field at 8:10 ET on Monday, June 10th.

HOW TO BET THE BLUE JAYS VS BREWERS:

  • We have the Brewers winning by a score of 5 to 4
  • If you're looking for a run line pick, we also like the Brewers to cover
  • As for an over/under pick, we have this game finishing with 9 runs and like the over

Blue Jays Records & Stats

The Blue Jays's offense was hot right out of the gates in their most recent game vs. the Athletics, closing out their series with a 6-4 win. After allowing one run to the Athletics in the bottom of the first, the Blue Jays responded with two runs of their own. Toronto went on to add another two runs in the 2nd inning.

Bowden Francis got the start for the Blue Jays, going four innings, and didn't give up a run. He also issued just one walk and struck out three Athletics batters. Isiah Kiner-Falefa was hot at the plate, going 2/3 with five RBIs.

Toronto is on the road to take on the Brewers with an overall record of 32-33, and they trail the Yankees by 13 games in the AL East. Currently, they are 4th in the AL East, just a half-game behind the Red Sox. The Blue Jays have won two straight games, and they closed out their series vs. the Athletics with a win.

As the favorite, the Blue Jays have gone 26-17 this year compared to 6-16 as the underdog. Toronto has been good at home, going 16-15, and they are 16-18 on the road. So far, they have an even series record of 8-9-4.

When the Blue Jays are on the road, they are a solid play against the run line, going 19-15 this season. They have covered the run line in two straight games and are 30-35 overall. The average run differential in their games this season is -0.5 runs per game, and they have a scoring margin of -0.2 runs per game on the road.

The Toronto Blue Jays are on the road today against the Milwaukee Brewers. The over/under line for the game is set at 8.5 runs. The Blue Jays' games have averaged 8.4 runs per game this season, and their over/under record is 29-35. When the over/under line is set at 8.5 runs, their record is 7-12. So far this season, only 9.2% of their games have had over/under lines set at 8.5 runs or higher.

José Berríos is getting the start for the Blue Jays today and comes in with a record of 5-4 and an ERA of 2.80. So far this season, he has made 13 starts, and opponents are batting .225 off the right-hander. Berríos has turned in 11 quality starts this year and has a WHIP of 1.11. In his last outing, he finished with a no-decision, giving up two earned runs in six innings of work. Before that, he had gone seven innings in back-to-back starts. Berríos has been much better at home, coming in with an ERA of 1.89 compared to 4.70 on the road.

So far this season, the Blue Jays offense is averaging 4 runs per game, which is 25th in the league. They have been a bit better on the road (4.1 RPG) than at home (3.8 RPG). As a team, they are batting .233, which is 16th in the league, and have the 2nd fewest strikeouts in the league. However, their team OPS of .679 is just 19th in the league.

Over the team's last eight games, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has gone 9/31 with two homers and five RBIs. For the season, he is hitting .292 with a team-high 30 RBIs. Daulton Varsho and Davis Schneider are tied for the team lead with 10 homers, but Varsho is batting just .217, and Schneider is at .230.

Brewers Records & Stats

The Brewers will be looking to get back on track after closing out their series vs. the Tigers with a 10-2 loss. Milwaukee was the +145 underdog on the road going into this matchup. Things started off well for the Brewers, as they got on the board with a run in the 1st inning but gave up the lead right away as the Tigers scored twice in the bottom of the first.

Milwaukee started Bryse Wilson, and he took the loss, going just 4 1/3 innings, and giving up seven earned runs. The Brewers also issued three walks and hit a batter. All in all, it was a rough day for the Brewers, as they allowed 10 runs on 12 hits and issued four walks.

Milwaukee is hosting the Blue Jays today with a record of 38-27, good for 1st place in the NL Central. They lead the Reds by 6.5 games and have gone 16-8 against other teams in the NL Central. The Brewers won the final two games of their series with the Tigers and are 6-4 across their last 10 games.

At home, the Brewers are 18-10 this season and have won five straight games at home. On the road, they are 20-17 this season. So far, they have been good as the favorite, putting up a mark of 19-12. As for playing as the underdog, the Brewers are 19-15 this season. Milwaukee's overall series record is 12-7-2.

When betting the run line this season, the Brewers have been a better play on the road than at home, going 21-16. They have a +0.9 run differential overall and are 34-31 against the run line. When they are the underdog, they are 23-11 vs. the run line.

When the Milwaukee Brewers play at home, the over/under line is set at 8.5 runs, and their games are averaging 9.0 runs per game. Overall, the over/under record for the Brewers this season is 37-27, and when the line is set at 8.5 runs, their record is 18-11. In 12.3% of their games, the line has been set higher than 8.5 runs, and their over streak is currently at three games.

Right-hander Colin Rea gets the start for the Brewers today and has made 10 starts this year. Rea's ERA is 3.53, and he has a record of 4-2. Looking back at his last outing, Rea came out of the bullpen and went four innings. He didn't give up a run in that outing and finished with a no-decision. In his 10 starts, Rea has turned in three quality starts and is averaging 6.22 strikeouts per nine innings. Overall, he has allowed eight home runs and is averaging 3.25 walks per nine innings.

William Contreras has been a key part of the Brewers offense this season, as he is batting .309 with a team-high 46 RBIs and is currently on a four-game hitting streak. His eight home runs are 3rd on the team and 14th in the league. Willy Adames and Rhys Hoskins are also near the top of the Brewers home run leaderboard, with Adames having nine homers and Hoskins at 10, which is the best mark on the team.

As a team, the Brewers are 5th in the league in scoring at 5 runs per game. They have been even better at home, averaging 5.6 runs per game. Overall, they are one of the league's best hitting teams, with a team batting average of .257. The Brewers also do a good job of getting on base, as they have the 3rd best on-base percentage in the league.