Toronto Blue Jays midseason betting report

Aaron Sanchez has been a critical part of a consistently strong Blue Jays rotation. Rich Gagnon/Getty Images

Editor's note: After a busy first half of the 2016 MLB season, Joe Peta takes a look at both the good and bad for all 30 teams to find overvalued and undervalued clubs from a betting perspective. He also projects each team's second half. This is the entry for the Toronto Blue Jays.

Records reflect all games played through Sunday. All statistics are through each team's 81st game. Season-to-date pricing adds the implied win probability from the money line of each team's first 81 games and converts it to 162 games.

Toronto Blue Jays

Vegas projection: 86.5 wins
My projection: 91 wins
Current record/pace: 51-40 (91-win pace)
Season-to-date pricing: 90.1 wins

What's gone right: Russell Martin's pitch-framing ability and the prowess of the entire defense once again have conspired to allow the rotation to post somewhat better production than the sum of the staff's individual skill sets.