Blue Jays vs Rangers Series Betting Odds

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After winning the wildcard game, the Toronto Blue Jays will be facing rival Texas Rangers in the ALDS. See what the Oddsmakers think of the Jays’ chances in our betting preview, and find out the best site to bet the Blue Jays online!

Since the playoffs offers fewer opportunities for making Draft Kings lineups, more Canadians are seeking out online betting sites to make a recreational wager on how the series will turn out.

Last year, the Jays lost to the Rangers and it was not without fanfare, as there was the beer throwing incident by fans in the playoff series last year, not to mention the infamous brawls between the benches and Jose Bautista getting socked.

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Blue Jays vs Rangers Series Betting Odds

 

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They have the Rangers as (-140) favourites to win the series outright, which is understandable considering the Rangers have home field advantage in this best of 5 series. For you true believers out there, a Blue Jays sweep is paying out at (+600) odds.

Odds to Win World Series Outright

Not to get ahead of ourselves, but the odds for the Blue Jays to win the World Series outright currently stand at (+500). So, according to ‘Vegas’, Toronto has a a really good chance of repeating the feats of the early 90’s teams and sending this city into a frenzy.

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Jays vs Rangers Game 1 Betting Odds

Game 1 between the Jays and Rangers commences at 4:30 on Thursday, October 6th in Texas. The Jays are on the road which means they are underdogs, but will have Marco Estrada on the mound going against the Rangers’ Cole Hamels.

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The Jays should be eager to face Cole Hamels. While Hamels posted a 15-5 record on the season, he struggled down the stretch as he went 1-1 with a 6.75 ERA in his last 6 starts. Blue Jays’ slugger Edwin Encarnacion has two home runs in 18 career at-bats against Hamels.