Home sweet alternate home!
Finally, after a much longer than anticipated wait, the Blue Jays will debut their sort-of-brand-new-but-also-throwback powder blue uniforms tonight when they host the Miami Marlins in Buffalo.
After a long, gruelling two-and-a-half-week road trip, the Blue Jays will finally play their home opener on Tuesday.
Mitch Moreland finally got his revenge for Game 5 of the 2015 ALDS. His two-homer game was the difference against the Blue Jays in the rubber match as the rest of the Red Sox managed just two hits.
After a horrendous slog on Friday night, Saturday’s game felt like a must-win for the struggling Blue Jays. It’s troubling that the bats haven’t been able to come around yet, but the pitching came through with a dominant performance to put the team at 5-7 at the quarter mark of the season.
The final score of 5-3 was generous to the Blue Jays. Too bad there was nothing else going on in Toronto last night to distract from that long, frustrating slog.
Sorry, Reese, I don’t think you’re ever going to live this one down.
This weekend will be the Blue Jays’ first look at the rotting husk of the Boston Red Sox that the team is trotting out this season.
Strong pitching, limp bats, puzzling decisions, and a late-game bullpen meltdown. Ladies and gents, your 2020 Toronto Blue Jays.
If you like roster moves, today’s your day.
Major League teams needed to snip their roster from 30 players to 28 today, so the Blue Jays optioned Jacob Waguespack and Santiago Espinal to the Taxi Squad.