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MLB : ATS Matchup
Sunday 4/27/2014Line$ LineOU LineScore
-1.5  +135

+1.5  -155



BOSTON (12 - 13) at TORONTO (11 - 13)
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Board OpeningLatest
965BOSTON-110Ov 8.5,-110-105Ov 8.5,-105
966TORONTO+100Un 8.5,-110-105Un 8.5,-115
BOSTON - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games12-13-4.710-154.20.2430.3244.50.2710.327
Road Games7-5+1.43-93.90.2290.3193.10.2390.283
vs Right-handed Starters6-10-6.86-103.60.2330.2984.30.2820.331
Past 7 Games4-3+0.15-25.70.2650.3576.10.2980.370
Turf Games2-0+21-17.50.3090.4343.50.2640.321
Day Games3-5-3.63-53.50.2220.3154.50.2710.328
BOSTON - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.20.2430.3242585120774220.0395102207919034192018
Road Games3.90.2290.319124159534130.03465510069812584
Righty Starters3.60.2330.2981654012642150.035150130611516121311
BOSTON - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games2.891.27281282676427754-37187.5%
Road Games1.441.08531.3652737341-15183.3%

TORONTO - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games11-13-2.814-104.40.2490.3204.70.2590.346
Home Games4-7-4.98-35.00.2620.3245.70.2860.363
vs Left-handed Starters2-3-1.83-23.60.2290.2974.60.2520.341
Past 7 Games2-5-3.85-25.30.2770.3436.40.2740.373
Turf Games4-7-4.98-35.00.2620.3245.70.2860.363
Day Games4-5-0.95-44.40.2620.3194.40.2320.333
TORONTO - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.40.2490.3202482420567290.041008617881731782123
Home Games5.00.2620.324113749841190.05523489273721013
Lefty Starters3.60.2290.2975166381670.041716350353246
TORONTO - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.621.48285.7474477950893-56366.7%
Home Games4.301.45544222143521491-22166.7%
BOSTON - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
4/13/2014DOUBRONT(L)@ NY YANKEESNOVA(R)2-3L1009 unU980870
4/15/2014PEAVY(R)@ CHI WHITE SOXJOHNSON(R)1-2L-1408 unU3615100
4/16/2014BUCHHOLZ(R)@ CHI WHITE SOXDANKS(L)6-4W-1257.5 unO616210100
4/17/2014LESTER(L)@ CHI WHITE SOXSALE(L)3-1W-1057 unU560860
4/18/2014LACKEY(R)BALTIMORETILLMAN(R)4-8L-1257.5 ovO1112015110
4/19/2014DOUBRONT(L)BALTIMORENORRIS(R)4-2W-1359 unU631571
4/20/2014PEAVY(R)BALTIMOREJIMENEZ(R)6-5W-1558 unO89012113
4/21/2014BUCHHOLZ(R)BALTIMORECHEN(L)6-7L-1558 unO11801030
4/22/2014LESTER(L)NY YANKEESTANAKA(R)3-9L-1157.5 ovO9521590
4/23/2014LACKEY(R)NY YANKEESPINEDA(R)5-1W-1109 unU1090873
4/24/2014DOUBRONT(L)NY YANKEESSABATHIA(L)5-14L-1208.5 evO48514151
4/25/2014PEAVY(R)@ TORONTOBUEHRLE(L)8-1W1009.5 unU16120661
4/26/2014BUCHHOLZ(R)@ TORONTOMORROW(R)7-6W1009 unO54013110
5/4/2014 OAKLAND  

TORONTO - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
4/13/2014BUEHRLE(L)@ BALTIMOREJIMENEZ(R)11-3W-1109 unO1781870
4/15/2014MORROW(R)@ MINNESOTAHUGHES(R)9-3W-1257.5 ovO14917111
4/17/2014DICKEY(R)@ MINNESOTAGIBSON(R)0-7L-1207.5 unU4421082
4/17/2014MCGOWAN(R)@ MINNESOTAPELFREY(R)5-9L-1308 unO81108102
4/18/2014HUTCHISON(R)@ CLEVELANDMASTERSON(R)3-2W1307.5 evU99010121
4/19/2014BUEHRLE(L)@ CLEVELANDKLUBER(R)5-0W1107.5 unU980470
4/20/2014MORROW(R)@ CLEVELANDCARRASCO(R)4-6L-1158.5 ovO990540
4/22/2014DICKEY(R)BALTIMOREGONZALEZ(R)9-3W-1459.5 unO9708101
4/23/2014MCGOWAN(R)BALTIMORETILLMAN(R)8-10L-1158.5 evO161001250
4/24/2014HUTCHISON(R)BALTIMORENORRIS(R)4-11L-1359 unO7401470
4/25/2014BUEHRLE(L)BOSTONPEAVY(R)1-8L-1109.5 unU66116120
4/26/2014MORROW(R)BOSTONBUCHHOLZ(R)6-7L-1109 unO13110540
5/4/2014 @ PITTSBURGH  
BOSTON: BOSTON (AP) - Last season was one to remember for fans of the Red Sox - and one to forget for the players.
Soon after Boston's third World Series championship in 10 years, that bearded bunch decided to put it behind them and focus on what they must do to keep winning.
''It was a dream come true last year,'' pitcher Jake Peavy said. ''It's a new year. I think that's been a slogan of ours on the text messages that we've been exchanging with the guys, `Hey turn the page, it's a new year, it's 2014.' We haven't done anything and, obviously, some teams in our division got awfully better.''
The Red Sox won't be sneaking up on them, not after rebounding from a 69-93, last-place finish in the AL East to a 97-65 record, a 28-win improvement.
''You've got the bull's-eye on your back,'' second baseman Dustin Pedroia said. ''You want to get everybody's best, so I think it's going to be a fun challenge for everybody.''
John Farrell's disciplined, businesslike approach worked in his first year as Boston's manager. That, and the influx of players to improve the toxic clubhouse chemistry, made the one season under the animated Bobby Valentine seem like a distant memory.
Those players, including Jonny Gomes, Mike Napoli and Shane Victorino, return. The Red Sox lost center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury to the New York Yankees then signed Grady Sizemore as a possible replacement. Sizemore missed the last two seasons with knee and back injuries that required surgery but has had a healthy, productive spring training.
''In this group, no one's going to let anybody sit back and relax,'' Pedroia said. ''We're always going to push each other and make sure that we're respecting the game and playing the game the right way. If we do that, we should be all right.''
TORONTO: TORONTO (AP) - All winter long, the Blue Jays' primary concern was upgrading the starting pitching. The biggest story in Toronto this spring, though, is the one about the free agent arm that got away.
After months of inaction, the Blue Jays thought they'd landed right-hander Ervin Santana on a one-year deal in early March. But when injury concerns flared up in Atlanta, Santana signed a similar deal with the Braves instead.
''I think it's pretty obvious we were involved, it didn't work out. I'm trying to take the high road here,'' general manager Alex Anthopoulos said after Santana turned him down, saying he'd rather pitch in a spacious National League park than face AL East foes in Toronto's hitter-friendly dome.
Anthopoulos, who'd previously come ''extremely close'' to acquiring a starter through trade, must now start the season with almost the same staff he took north last year. Right-handed knuckleballer R.A. Dickey, the 2012 NL Cy Young winner, will be the opening-day starter again, while left-hander Mark Buehrle gets the third slot.
But none of the other three leading contenders, right-handers Brandon Morrow and Drew Hutchison, and left-hander J.A. Happ, have ever pitched 200 innings, and all three are coming off injuries. Morrow was limited to 10 starts last year by a nerve problem in his forearm, Hutchison hasn't pitched in the majors since elbow surgery in 2012, and Happ missed most of 2013 after being hit in the head by a line drive. Happ dimmed his own chances with an awful spring.
Santana, who has topped the 200-inning mark five times, would have given the Blue Jays valuable depth. Without him, there's more chance they'll need starts from touted but untested youngsters like Kyle Drabek, Sean Nolin, and Marcus Stroman.
Still, a confident Dickey insisted Santana would have been more ''bonus'' than ''necessity'' to Toronto. ''I feel like we have what we need,'' he said.

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