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MLB : ATS Matchup
Tuesday 5/22/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
-1.5  +135

+1.5  -155



LA ANGELS (26 - 21) at TORONTO (22 - 25)
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Tuesday, 5/22/2018 7:05 PM
Board OpeningLatest
913LA ANGELS+105Ov 8.5,-110-105Ov 8.5,-105
914TORONTO-115Un 8.5,-110-105Un 8.5,-115
LA ANGELS - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games26-21+2.623-234.70.2490.3150.4160.7314.20.2430.3170.3840.701
Road Games14-4+11.19-96.00.2910.3430.4630.8063.10.2380.3200.3420.662
vs Left-handed Starters5-5-15-54.70.2520.3240.4130.7364.40.2690.3380.4190.757
Past 7 Games2-5-4.42-42.40.1730.2550.3030.5584.30.2440.3070.3840.691
Night Games18-18-2.719-164.50.2500.3150.4110.7264.70.2520.3240.4010.725
LA ANGELS - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.70.2490.315471621404709610.4162101553662232247225312
Road Games6.00.2910.34318671195296250.463105531309132196183
Lefty Starters4.70.2520.3241034988132130.41344377547112583
LA ANGELS - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.841.429182.7837818324781868-611955%
Road Games3.211.52461.7232264530653-27370%

TORONTO - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games22-25-4.221-204.80.2310.3080.3990.7075.00.2670.3350.4290.764
Home Games11-15-6.610-134.70.2340.3080.4090.7174.70.2530.3190.4270.746
vs Right-handed Starters14-14-0.915-105.20.2340.3120.4130.7265.40.2780.3460.4490.795
Past 7 Games1-6-5.44-24.10.2310.3260.3460.6726.40.2860.3500.4760.826
Turf Games11-15-6.610-134.70.2340.3080.4090.7174.70.2530.3190.4270.746
Night Games13-15-3.211-134.40.2140.2900.3710.6614.70.2680.3340.4280.762
TORONTO - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.80.2310.308471593368827570.3992111774241931533324532
Home Games4.70.2340.30826865202536290.40911793231816519222619
Righty Starters5.20.2340.31228963225503390.4131361102491219016223220
TORONTO - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.321.3691687062167216316911-311568.8%
Home Games2.651.22098.334298415361027-34357.1%
LA ANGELS - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
5/8/2018HEANEY(L)@ COLORADOGRAY(R)2-4L10510.5 ovU650770
5/9/2018BARRIA(R)@ COLORADOANDERSON(L)8-0W12012 ovU12708110
5/10/2018RICHARDS(R)MINNESOTABERRIOS(R)7-4W-1407.5 unO1260840
5/11/2018SKAGGS(L)MINNESOTALYNN(R)4-5L-1607.5 ovO1070950
5/12/2018TROPEANO(R)MINNESOTAGIBSON(R)3-5L-1258.5 evU71601050
5/13/2018OHTANI(R)MINNESOTAROMERO(R)2-1W-1657.5 unU7100791
5/14/2018HEANEY(L)HOUSTONMCCULLERS JR.(R)2-1W+1208 unU420640
5/15/2018BARRIA(R)HOUSTONCOLE(R)3-5L+1508 unP842740
5/16/2018RICHARDS(R)HOUSTONVERLANDER(R)0-2L+1207.5 unU561540
5/17/2018SKAGGS(L)TAMPA BAYARCHER(R)1-7L-1607.5 unO3611490
5/18/2018TROPEANO(R)TAMPA BAYSNELL(L)3-8L-1358 ovO68115110
5/19/2018HEANEY(L)TAMPA BAYROMO(R)3-5L-1658.5 unU622571
5/20/2018OHTANI(R)TAMPA BAYROMO(R)5-2W-1958 unU480771
5/26/2018 @ NY YANKEESGRAY(R) 
5/27/2018 @ NY YANKEESTANAKA(R) 
5/28/2018 @ DETROIT  
5/29/2018 @ DETROIT  

TORONTO - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
5/8/2018STROMAN(R)SEATTLEPAXTON(L)0-5L+1058 evU0211290
5/9/2018GARCIA(L)SEATTLELEBLANC(L)5-2W-1209.5 unU12715101
5/10/2018HAPP(L)SEATTLELEAKE(R)3-9L-1559 evO84017110
5/11/2018SANCHEZ(R)BOSTONSALE(L)5-3W+1658.5 unU862681
5/12/2018ESTRADA(R)BOSTONPRICE(L)2-5L+1309 ovU7711271
5/13/2018BIAGINI(R)BOSTONPOMERANZ(L)3-5L+1209.5 evU10100860
5/15/2018GARCIA(L)@ NY METSSYNDERGAARD(R)2-12L1407.5 unO6611670
5/16/2018HAPP(L)@ NY METSWHEELER(R)12-1W-1407 evO1590430
5/17/2018SANCHEZ(R)OAKLANDTRIGGS(R)5-10L-1159.5 unO79014111
5/18/2018ESTRADA(R)OAKLANDANDERSON(L)1-3L-1159.5 ovU670960
5/19/2018GAVIGLIO(R)OAKLANDMANAEA(L)4-5L-1059 ovP6921091
5/20/2018BIAGINI(R)OAKLANDMENGDEN(R)2-9L-1059.5 ovO4541180
5/28/2018 @ BOSTON  
5/29/2018 @ BOSTON  
LA ANGELS: 2017: 80-82, second place.
MANAGER: Mike Scioscia (19th season).
ADDITIONS: RHP-DH Shohei Ohtani, RHP Jim Johnson, 3B Zack Cozart, 2B Ian Kinsler, C Rene Rivera, OF Chris Young.
SUBTRACTIONS: 3B Yunel Escobar, 1B C.J. Cron, 2B Brandon Phillips, RHP Ricky Nolasco, RHP Jesse Chavez, RHP Yusmeiro Petit.
OUTLOOK: The Angels made several apparently savvy offseason moves and are in position to end the big-budget franchise's eight-year stretch without a playoff victory. They've assembled veterans Upton, Kinsler and Cozart around Trout and Pujols to create a potentially dangerous lineup, and they should be one of baseball's best defensive teams with Gold Glove winners Simmons and Maldonado leading the way. The rotation is fairly deep if not spectacular, and the bullpen has a chance to be good. Yet the most compelling aspect of these Angels is Ohtani, who chose Orange County for his dramatic move stateside as he attempts to become the majors' first significant two-way player in decades. Early returns from spring training aren't promising, but the Angels are committed to investing the playing time and patience required for Ohtani's rare talent to shine.
TORONTO: 2017: 76-86, fourth place.
MANAGER: John Gibbons (sixth season of second stint, 11th overall with Blue Jays).
ADDITIONS: LHP Jaime Garcia, OF Randal Grichuk, OF Curtis Granderson, RHP Seung-hwan Oh, INF Yangervis Solarte, INF Aledmys Diaz, RHP John Axford, RHP Tyler Clippard, INF Danny Espinosa, RHP Taylor Guerrieri, INF Gift Ngoepe, LHP Sam Moll, RHP Sam Gaviglio.
SUBTRACTIONS: OF Jose Bautista, OF Ezequiel Carrera, RHP Dominic Leone, LHP Brett Anderson, INF Darwin Barney, RHP Leonel Campos, OF Darrell Ceciliani, RHP Taylor Cole, INF Ryan Goins, C Raffy Lopez, RHP Tom Koehler, RHP Dominic Leone, C Miguel Montero, INF Rob Refsnyder, OF Michael Saunders, RHP Bo Schultz, RHP Cesar Valdez.
OUTLOOK: The powerful Yankees and reigning division champion Red Sox are considered playoff favorites in the AL East, so the expectation is the Blue Jays will be left to compete for the second wild card. If Donaldson and Smoak help the offense rebound from last season's injury-induced stumble, when Toronto scored an AL-low 693 runs, and the starting pitching stays strong and healthy, the Blue Jays might be able to mount a playoff push. Health concerns remain plentiful, however. Besides Tulowitzki's troublesome heel, Travis will need scheduled downtime to rest his surgically repaired right knee. Stroman was slowed by a sore shoulder in spring training, and Sanchez will be closely monitored after making just eight starts last year because of blister issues.
Jays aim to end skid vs. Angels

TORONTO -- The Los Angeles Angels ended their five-game losing streak Sunday.

Next, they will be facing the Toronto Blue Jays, who will be trying to end a four-game losing streak of their own at the Angels' expense.

The struggling teams will open a three-game series on Tuesday night at the Rogers Centre.

Home has not been particularly sweet for the Blue Jays. Their sloppy and embarrassing 9-2 loss that completed a four-game sweep by the Oakland Athletics on Sunday dropped their home record to 11-15.

"Wash it off, move on, day off tomorrow, show up Tuesday," Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said after the game Sunday in which his team made four official errors and several other miscues. "We're obviously better than that. But we're in a bad stretch right now, we're not playing real good baseball in a bunch of different areas. Seen it before, will see it again, that's the nature of the beast."

The Blue Jays (22-25) have lost five straight series at home and are three games below .500 for the first time this season.

The Angels (26-21) have enjoyed playing on the road so far, going 14-4, but are 12-17 at home, including a just-completed 4-7 homestand.

The game Tuesday is the beginning of a 10-game trip for the Angels.

Shohei Ohtani, the Angels' double-threat pitcher/designated hitter, threw a career-best 7 2/3 innings on Sunday at Angel Stadium, limiting the Tampa Bay Rays to two runs and six hits, striking out nine and walking one in the 5-2 victory that ended the Angels' losing streak.

The 23-year-old, a right-handed pitcher and a left-handed batter, is also hitting .321 with six home runs, five doubles and 17 RBIs in 84 at-bats and his games in Toronto will be as a DH.

"Right now, we're trying to see some parts of our club grow and get better, and he's very important to us as a pitcher and a hitter," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said.

The Angels will start right-hander Garrett Richards (4-2, 3.47 ERA) against Blue Jays left-hander J.A. Happ (5-3, 4.15).

Richards will be making his 10th start of the season and fifth on the road in the opener on Tuesday. It will be his first start against the Blue Jays since Aug. 23, 2015, at Angel Stadium and his first start at the Rogers Centre since May 9, 2014.

In seven career games (five starts) against Toronto, he is 2-3 with a 5.74 ERA. In five career games (three starts) at Toronto, he is 1-2 with a 5.12 ERA.

Richards took the loss Wednesday against the Houston Astros after tossing a season-best seven innings and allowing two runs (both unearned) and four hits with one walk and four strikeouts. He has a 1.42 ERA in his past three starts.

Happ is coming off his best start of the season on Wednesday when he allowed two hits, no walks and struck out 10 in a 5-3 win over the New York Mets at Citi Field. That followed his worst start of the season on May 10 when he allowed 10 hits and seven runs to the Seattle Mariners in 3 1/3 innings.

He is 1-6 with a 6.17 ERA in seven career starts against the Angels.

After the loss Sunday, the Blue Jays sent shortstop Richard Urena to Triple-A Buffalo on option and will make a corresponding move Tuesday. Urena made two errors Sunday.

The Angels put catcher Rene Rivera on the disabled list Sunday with right knee inflammation and called up catcher Jose Briceno, who was batting .261 with six home runs and 20 RBIs in 23 games at Triple-A Salt Lake City.

"Over the last couple years, we've seen a young catcher grow from a guy that you would consider a major league skill set of tools to a guy who is refined now to understand what he needs to do to help a pitcher through a game," Scioscia said.

Meanwhile, the Blue Jays are saying all the usual things about their plight.

"We can't get too far ahead of ourselves," struggling Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson said. "We can't focus too much on what's happened in the past. You've got to stay in the moment. You've got to stay for the day. As cliche as it sounds, you've got to take it one day at a time."

"It's only May," Blue Jays outfielder Curtis Granderson said. "Regardless, if we were playing a team that was in first place, had the best record in baseball, or a team that had the worst record in baseball, we still have to put ourselves in a position to win the series. It doesn't matter who the opponent happens to be."

Neither veteran player distinguished himself Sunday. Donaldson made a costly error and made a few other poor defensive plays while going 0-for-3.

Granderson was 0-for-4 with two strikeouts. He whiffed in the third inning with runners at second and third and one out and the infield back with the score 1-0 for Oakland.

Last Updated: 5/20/2019 5:57:17 PM EST

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