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    Tue, Oct 038:38 pm UTCTarget Field
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    Toronto
    Blue Jays
    TOR
    Last 5 ML
    W/L89-75
    ATS60-67
    O/U50-70-7
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    Minnesota
    Twins
    MIN
    Last 5 ML
    W/L90-78
    ATS67-64
    O/U69-59-3
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    89-75
    Win /Loss
    90-78
    60-67
    Spread
    67-64
    50-70-7
    Over / Under
    69-59-3
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    Expert Picks

    Money LineToronto +108
    LOSS
    Unit1.0
    +927
    107-82 in Last 189 MLB ML Picks
    +571
    46-35 in Last 81 TOR ML Picks
    Larry's Analysis:

    Blue Jays ace Kevin Gausman (31.1 percent K rate) is set up for a strong outing against a Twins lineup that strikes out more than any other. Opponents batted .189 off Gausman in September, and he's working on a streak of 13 scoreless innings. Minnesota starter Pablo Lopez is no slouch, but the bullpen behind him isn't as trustworthy as Toronto's. Take the value on the Blue Jays, who were an excellent road team all season (46-35).

    Pick Made: Oct 03, 6:45 pm UTC
    Money LineMinnesota -120
    WIN
    Unit1.0
    +591
    8-2-1 in Last 11 MLB Picks
    +565
    5-0 in Last 5 MLB ML Picks
    +630
    15-9 in Last 24 MIN ML Picks
    Kenny's Analysis:

    I love the Twins in game one and for the series. Pablo Lopez is an extremley underrated pitcher. His career barrel rate is 7% and his hard hit rate is 34%, rivalyling the best in baseball. Twins had the AL’s second-highest rate of runs per game in the second half, Back the Twins today!

    Pick Made: Oct 03, 6:23 pm UTC
    Point SpreadToronto +1.5 -200
    LOSS
    Unit0.25
    +1351
    86-51 in Last 137 MLB ATS Picks
    +1769
    35-15 in Last 50 MIN ATS Picks
    Matt's Analysis:

    This is so evenly matched that you can bet either team at +1.5 and I prefer the Jays. High price so we will do only a sprinkle. I'm not picking Toronto on the moneyline after all that team has done to me this year, so in theory I am not actually playing the Jays to win again. That said, they appear to have the better starting pitcher here in Kevin Gausman (very good day splits) over Pablo Lopez (struggled in final 3), and I think the better lineup when it's right -- and it got hot over the weekend. So many playoff games are decided by one run.

    Pick Made: Oct 03, 5:33 pm UTC
    Money LineMinnesota -120
    WIN
    Unit1.0
    +1146
    17-6 in Last 23 MLB ML Picks
    +960
    48-36 in Last 84 TOR ML Picks
    Zack's Analysis:

    History is always meant to be broken. Tuesday, the Minnesota Twins they will have a chance to end an eighteen game postseason losing streak. They will see Kevin Gausman of the Toronto Bluejays who they had success against this season. In two starts Gausman lasted just 5 1/3 innings in one, and gave up six runs in the other. He has also failed to record a postseason win in his ten seasons in the big leagues. Take the Twins.

    Pick Made: Oct 03, 5:24 pm UTC
    Money LineToronto -105
    LOSS
    Unit1.0
    +856
    28-19 in Last 47 MLB ML Picks
    Matt's Analysis:

    The Twins notoriously haven't won a playoff game since 2004, having lost 18 straight. Having Pablo Lopez start this one instead of Sonny Gray hurts. It's no death knell, obviously, because Lopez is capable of dominating, but he also had a 4.21 ERA at home this season. The Blue Jays got him for four runs in 5 2/3 innings when they saw him on May 27. Kevin Gausman is plenty capable of controlling a depleted Twins' lineup and, frankly, the Twins just aren't that good.

    Pick Made: Oct 03, 12:11 pm UTC

    Team Injuries

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    Josh Winder
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