New York Yankees versus Toronto Blue Jays Pick Prediction MLB Betting Lines Odds Preview 5-4-2015

| May 4, 2015

The New York Yankees are headed to the road to battle the Toronto Blue Jays in a Major League Baseball game scheduled for Monday May 4th.

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Start time from Toronto is scheduled for 7PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by MLB Extra Innings channel.

The odds from this contest have the home side Toronto Blue Jays the -120 betting favorite with the return on the underdog New York Yankees at +110 odds. The run total is lined at nine runs.

Taking the mound for the Yankees is Chase Whitley to throw for the second time on the season. Whitley is 1-0 in one start with an ERA of 1.80 and WHIP of 1.40. The right hander threw on Tuesday and allowed one earned run and six hits pitching five innings in a 4-2 home victory to Tampa Bay as a -105 betting underdog.

Toronto counters with R.A. Dickey to open up this AL East series. Dickey is 0-3 in five starts with an ERA of 5.23 and WHIP of 1.35. The knuckle baller appeared on Wednesday and allowed four earned runs and nine hits in seven innings of work in a 4-1 road defeat at Boston as a +137 odds underdog.

New York has won three straight with the 8-5 road win at Boston on Sunday night baseball as a +125 betting underdog. The total went over nine runs.

Toronto comes off the 10-7 road defeat on Sunday to the Cleveland Indians as a +106 betting underdog.

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