The forecast for Wednesday's Blue Jays vs. Giants interleague matchup calls for partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the upper 60s. Oracle Park in San Francisco will host the game, and first pitch is set for 9:45 PM ET. MLBN is carrying this one on TV.

San Francisco is favored on the money line, with their odds sitting at -151 compared to the Blue Jays at +128. The over/under line is currently at 7 runs, and Chris Bassitt will start for the Blue Jays, while the Giants are set to go with Logan Webb. Toronto is 5th in the AL East, and the Giants are 4th in the NL West.


The Pick: San Francisco Giants Moneyline -151

This game will be played at Oracle Park at 9:45 ET on Wednesday, July 10th.


  • We have the Giants winning by a score of 6 to 4
  • If you're looking for a run line pick, we also like the Giants to cover
  • As for an over/under pick, we have this game finishing with 10 runs and like the over

San Francisco picked up a 4-3 win over the Blue Jays in the most recent game of this series. The Giants had a two-run lead going into the 7th inning, and the Blue Jays could only muster three runs in the 9th. Heading into the game, the Giants were favored at -131 on the money line.

Blake Snell only went five innings for the Giants but didn't give up a run and finished with three strikeouts. Trevor Richards took the loss out of the bullpen. Yusei Kikuchi had a good outing for the Blue Jays, giving up just two earned runs across 7 1/3 innings of work.

Heliot Ramos and Tyler Fitzgerald each homered for the Giants, while Brett Wisely scored twice and drove in a run while going 2/4. Patrick Bailey also had a two-hit game at the plate.

Blue Jays Records & Stats

The Blue Jays are 5th in the AL East, trailing the Orioles by 16 games. Overall, they are 41-50 as they play on the road vs. the Giants. Toronto is 20-26 on the road this season and 21-24 at home. So far, they are just 12-16 against other AL East teams.

As the favorite, the Blue Jays have gone 30-20 this season compared to 11-30 as the underdog. Toronto's overall series record is 10-13-6, and they are 4-6 over their last 10 games.

When betting on the Blue Jays run line, it's been more profitable to take them on the road this season. Toronto is 28-18 vs. the run line on the road, including a current streak of seven straight wins. They've been an underdog in 41 games and have gone 20-21 vs. the run line in those contests. Their average run margin in winning games is +3.2, while it's -3.8 in losing games.

The Blue Jays are on the road in San Francisco today, where the O/U line is set at 7 runs. Toronto's games have averaged 8.6 runs per game this season, and their O/U record is 43-45. The average O/U line for their games is 8 runs, and when the line is set at 7 runs, their O/U record is 0-4. In 87 of their games this season, the O/U line has been set higher than 7 runs, which is 95.6% of their games.

Right-hander Chris Bassitt gets the start for the Blue Jays today as he faces the Giants on the road. He has made 18 starts this season and has a record of 7-7 to go along with a 3.43 ERA. Bassitt's WHIP for the season is currently 1.42. Looking back at his last outing, Bassitt took the loss, giving up four earned runs in five innings of work. Before that, he had won two straight starts. Bassitt has allowed at least one home run in each of his last three outings. So far, he has made nine quality starts this year.

For the season, the Blue Jays are averaging just 4 runs per game, which is 26th in the league. They are also near the bottom of the league in home runs and have a collective batting average of just .233. Toronto is hoping that Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Daulton Varsho can get things going, as Guerrero Jr. is hitting just .197 this season, and Varsho is batting .197.

Guerrero Jr. is having a strong season in terms of power, as his 13 home runs are 14th in the league, and his 52 RBIs are also 14th in the MLB. He comes into the game on a three-game hitting streak. George Springer has also been swinging the bat well of late, going 6/23 in his last seven games with two homers.

Giants Records & Stats

San Francisco is 45-47 overall, and they are 10 games behind the Dodgers for the NL West lead. Currently, they are 4th in the division, tied with the Diamondbacks. The Giants are 15-14 against other teams in the NL West this year.

At home, the Giants have gone 26-19 compared to 19-28 on the road. San Francisco has won four straight games as the favorite, and they are 25-18 overall as the favorite this year. As the underdog, the Giants are 20-29 this season.

When the Giants win, they win big, with an average run margin of 3.2 runs per game. That's helped them to a 46-46 run line record on the season. They're 20-25 against the run line at home, where they've been outscored by 0.7 runs per game. San Francisco is 26-21 against the run line on the road, where they've been outscored by 0.3 runs per game.

The Giants are playing at home against the Blue Jays, and the over/under line for the game is set at 7 runs. The combined run average in their games this season is 9.1 runs, and their over/under record is 50-39. The average over/under line in their games is 8 runs, and their over/under record when the line is set at 7 runs is 3-3-1. So far this season, 92.4% of their games have had higher over/under lines than 7 runs.

Giants starter Logan Webb has made 19 appearances this season and has a record of 7-6. His ERA for the season is 3.09, along with a WHIP of 1.22. Webb has turned in 14 quality starts this year and is averaging 7.77 strikeouts per nine innings. In his last outing, Webb picked up the win, going seven innings and giving up two earned runs on six hits. Before that, he had given up at least four earned runs in three straight starts. At home, Webb is 4-2 with a 2.17 ERA.

San Francisco's offense has been pretty consistent this season, averaging 4.4 runs per game both at home and on the road. Overall, they are 14th in the league in runs scored. The Giants are also 9th in team batting average and have the 11th best on-base percentage in the league. So far, they have been a below-average home run hitting team.

Heliot Ramos has been swinging the bat well for the Giants, hitting .302 for the season with a team-high 13 home runs. He has also gone 8/21 in his last five games with two homers and four RBIs. Ramos is also on a five-game hitting streak. Matt Chapman is also having a good season, as he is batting .241 with 12 homers and a team-high 42 RBIs.