Free MLB Picks Today: Toronto Blue Jays vs San Francisco Giants 6/28/23

Free MLB Picks Today: Toronto Blue Jays vs San Francisco Giants 6/28/23
Wed 28th June 2023

Hot-hitting Bo Bichette will be looking to extend his 12-game hitting streak as the Toronto Blue Jays (43-37) host the San Francisco Giants (45-34) at Rogers Centre on Wednesday.

The Giants took Tuesday’s series opener 3-0. Alex Wood threw five scoreless innings out of the bullpen to get the win, and Camilo Doval pitched 1.1 scoreless innings to pick up his 23rd save.

J.D. Davis was 2 for 3 with one run in the win. Bichette’s hitting streak is up to 12 games as he went 3 for 4 with a double for the Blue Jays.


Logan Webb (7-6, 3.16 ERA) is in line to get the start for San Francisco. The right-hander allowed four runs (three earned) over seven innings in his last start, an 8-5 home win over the Diamondbacks on Friday. He earned the win, scattering five hits while striking out five and walking two.

For Toronto, righty Chris Bassitt (7-5, 4.32 ERA) will toe the rubber. It’s his first appearance of the season against the Giants. Bassitt made two appearances against the Giants in 2022, both starts, striking out 10 and walking four over 10.1 innings (0-1, 11.32).

In his last start on Friday, Bassitt took a no-decision at home against the Athletics. He threw five innings and gave up four runs on five hits, striking out four and walking two in the 5-4 defeat.


Over the last five games, San Francisco has averaged 4.0 runs a game, a small drop compared to their season average of 4.9. Against righties like Bassitt this season, the Giants have a .759 OPS.

LaMonte Wade Jr. is the team’s strongest performer against right-handers with a .892 OPS in 188 at-bats. Toronto is averaging 5.8 runs per game in the last five, up from 4.5 for the season, with an improved slash line (.287/.348/.497).

The Jays have a .756 OPS against right-handers in 2023. With a .841 OPS over 149 at-bats, Brandon Belt has been their best hitter against right-handers.


San Francisco is on a 10-game winning streak away from Oracle Park, bringing their record to 22-15 in 2023. The Giants have scored 5.7 runs per game away from home while allowing 4.2 runs.

Toronto has gone 21-15 at Rogers Centre this season, averaging 4.4 runs per game while surrendering 3.7. San Francisco is 6-4 in the last 10 meetings at Rogers Centre with an average scoreline of 4.9-4.4.


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 (-120)

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