by OddsShark (@OddsShark) – Sponsored Post Being cautious about the Toronto Blue Jays and their beleaguered pitching staff is understandable, but some trends might point toward a bounceback. The Blue Jays face the Philadelphia Phillies in a doubleheader on Friday. Toronto will be designated as the home team in the first matchup on Friday at…
That was… ugly. The Blue Jays got their asses thoroughly handed to them over the past three nights in New York, but, thankfully, all of the other non-playoff teams “chasing” them are really, really bad, so it didn’t matter all that much.
Ken Giles is on the Injured List again.
Randal Grichuk started this abbreviated season hot. The first 11 games he was hitting .289 with a .372 on-base percentage. Great numbers no doubt, but the question remained, as it did for a lot of the Blue Jays where is the power? Grichuk responded by rattling off six home runs over his next six games….
Teoscar Hernandez has been activated from the 10-day Injured List and he’ll be available off the bench tonight in New York.
It’s been a little over a year since the Blue Jays acquired Derek Fisher and the results have been… pretty ugly.
Well, that isn’t how you want to start an important September series at Yankee Stadium. Oof.
Here’s some good news on the Blue Jays’ injury front.
The World Series will be awarded this fall in Arlington, but, as usual, the Rangers won’t be the recipients.
by OddsShark (@OddsShark) – Sponsored Post The head-to-head and moneyline histories seem to be stacked against the Toronto Blue Jays in a road series against the New York Yankees that also carries some notable UNDER trends. The Blue Jays are a +140 away underdog while the Yankees are a -155 favourite at home with a…
The Billy McKinney era is over.
The Blue Jays are enjoying their final off-day of the season with a 98.3 percent chance of making the playoffs.