Toronto Blue Jays 2015 Season Betting Odds

We are only days away from the Toronto Blue Jays 2015 season opener on April 6, and Canadians can check out a betting preview for the 2015 season which includes odds for the Blue Jays to win the World Series, Al Pennant and the AL East Division. Also, find out where to bet on season long props for players like Jose Bautista, Russell Martin and more…

These 2015 Toronto Blue Jays season betting odds are available online to Canadians at Bodog who offer a 100% deposit bonus (up to $100).

  • Blue Jays are (+2500) to Win the World Series
  • Blue Jays are (+1200) to Win the American League
  • Blue Jays are (+300) to Win AL East Division
  • Blue Jays Season Win Total is 82.5 Games

The Blue Jays made some moves in the offseason which gave fans renewed hopes for playoff baseball in Canada. However, those hopes were dampened a bit after young gun Marcus Stroman came up injured, and will miss the entire regular season. This has caused the season win total to drop from 84.5 to 82.5 games.

On the bright side, the AL East is not the gauntlet it has been in years past, and the Blue Jays are still (+300) to win the division. The oddsmakers see Boston as the overall favorites at (+200), while the once-powerhouse Yankees are (+450).

The Blue Jays batting order is stacked and they could easily have three players with over 100 RBI’s apiece. Starting pitching is really the question mark when it comes to this team reaching the playoffs.

Russell Martin will play a key in managing this pitching staff, and that is the main reason why Toronto signed him to such a large deal. Martin was also instrumental in Pittsburgh’s unlikely playoff run, and Canadian fans are hopeful that he will provide that ‘spark’ needed to bring the Jays to the next level.

Jose Bautista Season Props

Jose Bautista is the face of the Blue Jay’s franchise and oddsmakers have him pegged as the biggest run producer for Toronto this season. Known for a lot of walks in the past, this number figures to go down now that Bautista has support in the batting order.

  • Jose Bautista – Total HR’s in the 2015 Regular Season 34.5
  • Jose Bautista – Total RBI’s in the 2015 Regular Season 100.5
  • Jose Bautista – Batting Average in the 2015 Regular Season .265
  • Jose Bautista – Total Walks in the 2015 Regular Season 95.5

 

Russell Martin Season Props

Russell Martin was one of the key offseason acquisitions, and he is expected to be the everyday starting catcher for Toronto. Martin hit for a career high 67 RBI’s last season, and that was in the NL on a team without the firepower that Toronto has. Barring injury, Russell Martin should drive in a new career high in 2015.

  • Russell Martin – Total HR’s in the 2015 Regular Season 14.5
  • Russell Martin – Total RBI’s in the 2015 Regular Season 60.5

 

Edwin Encarnacion Season Props

Edwin Encarnacion is projected to put up similar numbers to Bautista, but bettors should be aware that he has been hampered by nagging injuries from last season, and has struggled in preseason play with a batting average of .118.

  • Edwin Encarnacion – BA in the 2015 Regular Season .270
  • Edwin Encarnacion – Total HR’s in the 2015 Regular Season 32.5
  • Edwin Encarnacion – Total RBI’s in the 2015 Regular Season 99.5

 

Josh Donaldson Season Props

Josh Donaldson put up 29 home runs last season playing in the pitcher-friendly confines of the Coliseum in Oakland. Now, Donaldson figures to put up better numbers at the more hitter-friendly Rogers Center and other ballparks in the AL East.

  • Josh Donaldson – Total HR’s in the 2015 Regular Season 27.5
  • Josh Donaldson – Total RBI’s in the 2015 Regular Season 95.5

 

Jose Reyes Season Props

John Gibbons has always been aggressive on the base paths, and Jose Reyes is expected to be the primary running threat for the Blue Jays. These props seem to correlate with each other because if Reyes plays more than 129.5 games, he is likely to be healthy and reaching base.

  • Jose Reyes – Total Stolen Bases in the 2015 Regular Season 29.5
  • Jose Reyes – Batting Average in the 2015 Regular Season .290
  • Jose Reyes – Total games Played in the 2015 Regular Season 129.5