Wednesday's interleague matchup between the Blue Jays and Brewers is set for 2:10 PM ET from American Family Field in Milwaukee. The Brewers are the slight money line favorite (-109), while the Blue Jays are sitting at -109. The over/under line is currently 8.5 runs.

Chris Bassitt is starting for the Blue Jays, and they are 3rd in the AL East with a record of 33-34. The Brewers are 1st in the NL Central with a record of 39-28 and will be sending Tobias Myers to the mound.


The Pick: Milwaukee Brewers Moneyline -109

This game will be played at American Family Field at 2:10 ET on Wednesday, June 12th.


  • 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

Toronto picked up a 3-0 win over the Brewers in the most recent game of this series. The Blue Jays had a huge 2nd inning, scoring all three of their runs. As for the Brewers, they had their best chance to score in the 4th, but could only muster two hits.

Yusei Kikuchi started for the Blue Jays and picked up the win, going five innings and not giving up a run. He finished the game with five strikeouts but issued four walks. On the other side, Carlos F. Rodriguez got the start for the Brewers and took the loss, giving up two earned runs in just 3 2/3 innings of work.

Spencer Horwitz was the difference for the Blue Jays, as he homered twice, scored three times, and finished with two RBIs. Bo Bichette also had a two-hit game for Toronto. As for the Brewers, Blake Perkins went 2/4.

Blue Jays Records & Stats

With a record of 33-34, the Blue Jays are 14 games behind the Yankees for the AL East lead. So far, they are 9-10 in divisional games. Toronto is looking to pick up a win today on the road, as they are just 17-19 away from home this season.

Toronto has won three straight games as the favorite, and they are 27-17 when favored this year. As the underdog, the Blue Jays are just 6-17. The Blue Jays are 8-9-4 in series this year and have won two straight series on the road.

When the Blue Jays win, they win by an average of 3.2 runs per game, but when they lose, they lose by an average of 4.1 runs per game. Their overall run line record is 31-36, and they are 20-16 on the run line on the road. They have covered the run line in three straight games and are 22-22 on the run line as the favorite.

Today, the Toronto Blue Jays are on the road against the Milwaukee Brewers. The over/under line for the game is set at 8.5 runs, which is higher than their combined run average of 8.3 runs per game this season. The Blue Jays have gone over the total in 29 of their 66 games this season, and their over/under record when the line is set at 8.5 runs is 7-14. Overall, 59.7% of their games have had lower over/under lines than 8.5 runs, and their current streak of games going under the total is at 2.

Right-hander Chris Bassitt is starting for the Blue Jays today as he faces the Brewers on the road. He has made 13 starts this season and has a record of 6-6 with a 3.81 ERA. Bassitt's WHIP for the season is currently 1.38. In his last outing, he finished with a no-decision, going eight innings and giving up just one earned run on seven hits. Before that, he had picked up the win in three straight starts. Bassitt has been pitching well recently, as he has not allowed more than three earned runs in any of his last five outings.

So far this season, the Blue Jays are averaging just 3.9 runs per game (26th in the MLB). They have been a little better on the road (4.0 RPG) than at home (3.8 RPG). As a team, they are batting .232, which is 15th in the league, but their on-base percentage, slugging percentage, and OPS are all below the league average.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. comes into the game with a batting average of .282 and has gone deep seven times this season. Daulton Varsho is also in double digits in homers but is batting just .219. Varsho and Davis Schneider are currently tied for the team lead in RBIs. Varsho is on a four-game hitting streak, while Justin Turner and Spencer Horwitz have each hit in three straight games.

Brewers Records & Stats

Milwaukee is 39-28 overall and leads the NL Central by 6.5 games over the Pirates. So far, they have gone 16-8 against other teams in the NL Central. The Brewers have been solid at home, going 19-11, and they are just above .500 at 20-17 on the road.

As the underdog, the Brewers have an overall record of 19-16 this year, and they have lost two straight as the underdog. Milwaukee has been good as the favorite, putting up a mark of 20-12. Their overall series record is 12-7-2 this year.

At home, the Brewers have a run line record of 14-16, which is part of their overall run line record of 35-32. Their average run margin is +0.9 runs per game, and they have a run line losing streak when favored of 2 games. As the underdog, they have a run line record of 23-12, while as the favorite, they are just 12-20.

The Milwaukee Brewers are playing at home today against the Toronto Blue Jays. The Over/Under line for the game is set at 8.5 runs, which is slightly lower than the combined run average of 8.8 for these teams. The Brewers have gone over the total in 18 of their 31 games with an O/U line of 8.5 this season, and the Under has hit in two straight games for Milwaukee.

Milwaukee is sending right-hander Tobias Myers to the mound today vs. the Blue Jays. Myers has made seven starts this year and has a record of 2-2 with an ERA of 4.15. His WHIP for the season is 1.24. In his last outing, Myers was fantastic, going eight innings and not giving up a run. He only gave up one hit in that outing. Before that, he had given up at least one homer in three straight starts. Myers has a batting average allowed of .224 and 7 homers this season.

William Contreras has been on a tear of late, as he comes into the game on a six-game hitting streak, and he is also batting .307 for the season with a team-high 46 RBIs. His eight homers are also the 2nd most on the team. Willy Adames and Rhys Hoskins are tied for the team lead in homers, with 10 apiece. Adames is batting .246 for the season, while Hoskins is hitting just .232.

As a team, the Brewers are 7th in the league in scoring at 4.9 runs per game. They have been even better at home, putting up 5.3 runs per contest. Overall, they are batting .255, which is the 4th best mark in the league.