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MLB Picks: Toronto Blue Jays vs. Tampa Bay Rays

The Toronto Blue Jays are 15-5 in June, which can't be ignored when making your MLB picks Tuesday. They continue a three-game series against the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field.

Courtesy of SBR Forum, the Blue Jays are plus-121 road underdogs in the pro baseball odds, while the betting total sits at eight in the market.

Are the Star-Laden Toronto Blue Jays Finally Ready to Make a Hard Playoff Push?

As baseball fans awoke to the MLB standings on Sunday, May 5, the Toronto Blue Jays, after an offseason of spending, roster improvements and high expectations, sat at 10-21, last place in the American League East, riddled with injuries and staring at a 6-12 record in front of their home fans.

4 Teams Who Could Pull off Jose Bautista Blockbuster If Star Becomes Available

After an offseason in which they traded away several of their top prospects —catcher Travis d'Arnaud, center fielder Jake Marisnick and pitchers Justin Nicolino and Noah Syndergaard— in an effort to upgrade their 25-man roster for 2013, the Blue Jays aren't going to give up on the season anytime soon despite a rough start. 

J.A. Happ's Return Will Make or Break Toronto's Playoff Hopes

Between poor pitching and a severe injury, 2013 has not been friendly to Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher J.A. Happ.

Toronto Blue Jays Promotion of Anthony Gose Puzzling

When Anthony Gose was called up to the Toronto Blue Jays from their Triple-A affiliate, the Buffalo Bisons, it raised more than a few eyebrows.

In fact, it was Gose who raised his eyebrow first.

Stock Up, Stock Down for Blue Jays' Top 10 Prospects for Week of May 6

The Toronto Blue Jays minor league system may not be as strong as it was a year ago, but they still have some premier talent developing throughout the farm system.

In order to acquire a wealth of major league talent for the 2013 season, the Blue Jays were forced to part with some of their more promising prospects such as Travis d’Arnaud, Jake Marisnick, Noah Syndergaard and Justin Nicolino.

Jose Bautista's 10 Biggest Threats to the A.L Home Run Title

It is impressive to me that Jose Bautista has the most home runs in the American League over the past three seasons all while missing nearly half of last season (70 games). Bautista is definitely the leader among the home run title hopefuls, especially in the American League—but there are some who could challenge Jose for this crown.

MLB Picks: Toronto Blue Jays vs. Baltimore Orioles

Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher R.A. Dickey threw just 64 pitches in his last start, which is important to consider when making your MLB picks Tuesday, as he prepares to face the Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

Sports bettors will find that the Blue Jays are -115 road favorites in the pro baseball odds (courtesy of SBR Forum), while the total sits at eight in the market.

Will We Witness the End of the R.A. Dickey Fairy Tale in 2013?

Last year, R.A. Dickey was a walking, talking reminder of one of the coolest realities of baseball: Anyone can excel at it. Even knuckleballers in their late-30s who have spent the majority of their careers fending off irrelevancy.

Now here we are in 2013, and Dickey is a walking, talking reminder of one of the not-so-great realities of baseball: Glory in this sport can be fleeting. Dreams that come true can come untrue in a hurry.

Toronto Blue Jays: Why Brett Lawrie Is the Toronto Blue Jays' X-Factor

One bad stretch of 10 games for the Toronto Blue Jays and all of a sudden it seems like the sky is falling in Toronto.

Admittedly, Toronto has played some awful baseball to start the 2013 season, but at 4-6, it's not as though Toronto has killed their preseason aspirations of reaching the playoffs for the first time in two decades.


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