Free MLB Picks Today: Toronto Blue Jays vs San Francisco Giants 6/27/23

Free MLB Picks Today: Toronto Blue Jays vs San Francisco Giants 6/27/23
Tue 27th June 2023

The strikeout-prone San Francisco Giants (44-34) are in for a challenge at Rogers Centre on Tuesday against the Toronto Blue Jays (43-36) and Kevin Gausman, owner of this season’s best K/9 rate, for the first of a three-game Interleague series.

The Giants are playing their first of six games on the road after closing out a successful seven-game homestand (5-2). They won two out of three in their last series against the Diamondbacks, dropping the finale 5-2 on Sunday at Oracle Park.

J.D. Davis was 2 for 3 with two RBIs. The Blue Jays are in the midst of a nine-game homestand. They won two of three against the Athletics in their last series, taking the finale 12-1 on Sunday at Rogers Centre.

George Springer went 2 for 3 with a home run, two runs, and two RBIs. Cavan Biggio added a home run and three RBIs. The teams are meeting for the first time since May 15, 2019, when the Giants avoided a two-game series sweep with a 4-3 win at Oracle Park.


Right-hander Gausman (7-3, 3.10 ERA) is on the mound for Toronto. In his last start on Wednesday, Gausman got the win on the road against the Marlins.

He threw six innings and gave up three runs on eight hits, striking out six and walking one in the 6-3 victory. The righty leads the AL in strikeouts (127).


The San Francisco offense is averaging 4.9 runs per game for the season, with a slash line of .253/.329/.418. LaMonte Wade Jr. leads the team in OPS at .880. The left fielder is slashing .283/.416/.465 with nine home runs, 27 RBIs, and 40 runs over 70 games.

Against righties like Gausman this season, the Giants have a .763 OPS. Wade Jr. also is the team’s most productive hitter against right-handers with a .910 OPS in 184 at-bats. Toronto is slashing .264/.331/.421 for the season and averaging 4.6 runs per game.

Bo Bichette leads the team with a .855 OPS. The shortstop has 14 home runs, 47 RBIs, and 41 runs scored with a slash line of .318/.348/.508. Toronto is averaging 6.2 runs per game in the last five with an improved slash line (.282/.348/.482).


San Francisco is on a nine-game winning streak in road games, bringing their record to 21-15 in 2023. The Giants have scored 5.8 runs per game away from home while allowing 4.3 runs.

Toronto has gone 21-14 in front of their home fans this season, averaging 4.5 runs per game while surrendering 3.7. In the last 10 meetings at Rogers Centre, each club has won five, though San Francisco has the scoring advantage with an average final margin of 5.1-5.0.


The Giants are second in the NL West, two games behind the division-leading Diamondbacks. The Blue Jays are fourth in the AL East, 10 games behind the Rays.

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Toronto Blue Jays (-165)

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