Free MLB Picks Today: Toronto Blue Jays vs San Francisco Giants 6/29/23

Free MLB Picks Today: Toronto Blue Jays vs San Francisco Giants 6/29/23
Thu 29th June 2023

Hot-hitting Bo Bichette will be looking to extend his 13-game hitting streak as the Toronto Blue Jays (44-37) host the San Francisco Giants (45-35) at Rogers Centre on Thursday with the three-game Interleague series even at 1-1.

The Blue Jays evened the series 1-1 after winning 6-1 on Wednesday. Bowden Francis got the win with four innings of relief. George Springer’s on-base streak is up to 10 games as he went 3 for 4 with a double, one run, and one RBI in the win. Austin Slater was 1 for 4 with a solo home run for the Giants.


Alex Wood (3-2, 4.57 ERA) is in line to take the mound for San Francisco. The left-hander threw five scoreless innings in relief in his last appearance, a 3-0 home win over the Blue Jays on Tuesday. He was credited with the win, yielding five hits while striking out seven.

Right-hander Jose Berrios (8-5, 3.60 ERA) gets the start for Toronto. It’s his first appearance of the season against the Giants. In his last start on Saturday, Berrios got the win at home against the Athletics.

He threw six innings and gave up three runs (2 ER) on six hits, striking out eight and walking two in the 7-3 triumph. The righty is tied for fourth in the AL in wins.


Over the last five games, San Francisco has averaged 4.2 runs a game, a small drop compared to their season average of 4.9. Against right-handed pitchers like Berrios this season, the Giants have a .755 OPS. LaMonte Wade Jr. is the team’s best performer against right-handers with a .904 OPS in 192 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 (.294/.348/.512). The Jays have a .726 OPS against lefties in 2023. With a .661 OPS over 58 at-bats, Springer has been their best hitter against left-handers.


San Francisco is 22-16 away from home in 2023, scoring 5.6 runs per game while allowing 4.3 runs. Toronto has gone 22-15 at home this season, averaging 4.4 runs per game while surrendering 3.6.

The teams have split their last 10 games head-to-head at Rogers Centre, though Toronto has the scoring advantage with an average final margin of 4.8-4.1.


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.

SportsTips’ MLB Pick:

Toronto Blue Jays (-150)

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