MLB: Tigers vs Blue Jays Odds, and Picks (Apr 11)

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  • The Tigers were swept by Boston, falling to 0-6 against the AL East.
  • Toronto picked up a thrilling, 12-11, win over the Angels on Sunday.
  • The Blue Jays are 241-205 in their all-time history against Detroit.

Detroit (2-7) and Toronto (6-4) face off for another AL matchup. The Tigers are looking for their first win against an AL East team, while the Blue Jays are seeking to keep climbing in their competitive division.

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  • Where: Rogers Centre, Toronto, ON
  • When: Tuesday, April 11, 2023, at 7:07 p.m ET
  • How to Watch: Bally Sports


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Detroit lost their 4th straight game on Sunday, falling 4-1 to the Red Sox. They’ve had a tough schedule so far, but with concerning results. They excelled in their series against the struggling, but still defending champion, Astros, but went 0-6 against the Rays and Red Sox. The Tigers will face their 3rd AL East team next, hoping to avoid being swept by that division for the 3rd time. They need more consistent pitching.

The Blue Jays have won 5 of their last 6 games, improving to 6-4 after a rough 1-3 start. They split their Sunday double-header against the Angels, losing the first game 9-5, and then winning the second game 12-11 in extra innings. Toronto managed to avoid losing both games, but may not hold much momentum entering this game. They have a great opportunity to heat back up against the bottom-dwelling Tigers.


It’d be pretty difficult to pick the Tigers with the way they are playing so far this season, and have over the past several seasons. Detroit is 2-7 with a -35 run differential. The only saving grace could be that both their wins came on the road, but being away from home won’t be an advantage either. Their 0-6 record against the MLB’s best division is telling, and I see that only getting worse here. I’ll take Toronto to win it.

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Keith McCarthy
Contributor Keith McCarthy is an experienced sports analyst with a passion for predicting the outcomes of games spanning across sports such as football, basketball, baseball, and hockey, with a special expertise in college sports.