Red Sox vs. Blue Jays MLB Game Preview (6/19/24): Odds, Lineups, Injuries & Stats

Written By Editorial Team on June 18, 2024
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The Boston Red Sox are set to play against the Toronto Blue Jays on June 19, at 17:07 at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Canada. The Red Sox enter with a money line of +112, while the Blue Jays are at -136. This will be the final game of the series between these two AL East rivals. Weather is expected to be overcast with a high of 83°F. Get the latest starting lineups, odds, injuries, and stats.

Red Sox vs. Blue Jays pregame odds 6/19/24

The Red Sox vs. Blue Jays matchup is set with the Blue Jays favored at -136 on the moneyline according to FanDuel, indicating a lean towards Toronto in today’s game. The game’s over/under is set at 8.5. For bettors looking at the run line, the Blue Jays are -1.5 with a payout of +160, while the Red Sox are +1.5 with a payout of -194. Find out more about Massachusetts sportsbooks here.

  • DraftKings: Red Sox +105, Blue Jays -125, over/under 8
  • FanDuel: Red Sox +136, Blue Jays -116, over/under 8.5
  • Caesars: Red Sox +105, Blue Jays -125, over/under 8
  • BetMGM: Red Sox +105, Blue Jays -125, over/under 8

Odds are subject to change for Red Sox vs. Blue Jays

Red Sox vs. Blue Jays projected starting lineups today

Red Sox starting lineup

  1. LF Jarren Duran (L)
  2. 2B Enmanuel Valdez (L)
  3. RF Rob Refsnyder (R)
  4. 3B Rafael Devers (L)
  5. DH Masataka Yoshida (L)
  6. 1B Dominic Smith (L)
  7. C Connor Wong (R)
  8. SS David Hamilton (L)
  9. CF Ceddanne Rafaela (R)

Blue Jays starting lineup

  1. 2B Davis Schneider (R)
  2. C Danny Jansen (R)
  3. 1B Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (R)
  4. LF Daulton Varsho (L)
  5. RF George Springer (R)
  6. DH Justin Turner (R)
  7. SS Isiah Kiner-Falefa (R)
  8. 3B Ernie Clement (R)
  9. CF Kevin Kiermaier (L)

Red Sox vs. Blue Jays probable starters for Wednesday

(BOS) Brayan Bello (R)6-45.001.4019.78.5
(TOR) Kevin Gausman (R)5-54.081.2723.04.9

Red Sox vs. Blue Jays injuries

Red Sox: Key injuries include Liam Hendriks (RP) out until late July with elbow issues post-Tommy John surgery, Chris Martin (RP) on the 15-day IL due to anxiety expected back in late-June, Trevor Story (SS) missing the entire 2024 season with a shoulder injury, Lucas Giolito (SP) also out for the season with elbow problems, and Bryan Mata (SP) on the 15-day IL with lat soreness.

Blue Jays: Yimi García (RP) on the 15-day IL for elbow ulnar neuritis, Bo Bichette (SS) dealing with calf soreness on the 10-day IL, Jordan Romano (RP) out with elbow inflammation expected back in late June, Alek Manoah (SP) will miss the rest of the 2024 season due to elbow surgery, and Yariel Rodríguez (SP) sidelined with back issues, expected return in mid-June.

Red Sox Team Standings and Stats

As the Boston Red Sox prepare for their upcoming game against the Toronto Blue Jays, they stand with a solid record of 38-35, placing them third in the AL East Division. Their recent performance shows a promising winning streak of 3, alongside a 6-4 record in their last ten games. The Red Sox showcased their offensive skills in their last game against the Blue Jays, winning with a batting average of .324 and securing 7 runs.

  • Runs per game: 4.6
  • Team average: .253
  • Team home runs: 78
  • Team Stolen bases: 69
  • Team ERA: 3.48
  • Team pitching strikeouts: 639

Blue Jays Team Standings and Stats

The Toronto Blue Jays, facing off against the Red Sox, hold a season record of 35-37, ranking them fourth in the AL East Division. Their performance has been steady with a 5-5 record in the last ten games, though they are looking to bounce back from a recent loss to the Red Sox.

  • Runs per game: 3.9
  • Team average: .233
  • Team home runs: 60
  • Team Stolen bases: 37
  • Team ERA: 4.11
  • Team pitching strikeouts: 572

Player Stats for Red Sox vs. Blue Jays

In the upcoming matchup, key players like Rafael Devers for the Red Sox and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. for the Blue Jays are set to showcase their talents. Devers leads the Red Sox with a .282 batting average, while Guerrero Jr. tops the Blue Jays with a .284 average. Power hitters Tyler O’Neill and Daulton Varsho are also in the spotlight, contributing significantly in home runs for their respective teams.

Red Sox Leaders Ahead of Tonight’s Game

The Red Sox are coming into the game with notable performances from their key players. Rafael Devers and Tyler O’Neill are leading the charge, with Devers excelling in batting average and O’Neill in home runs. Their contributions are crucial for the team’s success in the upcoming game.

  • AVG Leader: Rafael Devers – .282
  • HR Leader: Tyler O’Neill – 14
  • RBI Leader: Ceddanne Rafaela – 40
  • Runs Leader: Jarren Duran – 49
  • SB Leader: David Hamilton – 18

Blue Jays Leaders Ahead of Tonight’s Game

The Blue Jays are not far behind with their top performers like Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Daulton Varsho making significant impacts. Guerrero Jr.’s batting average and Varsho’s all-around contributions in home runs, RBIs, and runs scored are key to the Blue Jays’ offensive strategy.

  • AVG Leader: Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – .284
  • HR Leader: Daulton Varsho – 11
  • RBI Leader: Daulton Varsho – 35
  • Runs Leader: Daulton Varsho – 40
  • SB Leader: George Springer – 8
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