The Red Sox have only lost four games this season. Two of those losses came last weekend against the Oakland Athletics. Can the Blue Jays extend Boston’s losing streak??!
It was bound to happen eventually. The Jays rolled into New York high off of a dominant series sweep against the Royals, but their bats got shut down by some solid Yankee pitching. While the Yankees haven’t really shown it much this year, they’re a good team, and losing three of four in New York…
Just like on Opening Day, the Jays’ lineup got mowed down by Luis Severino as the young Yankee ace held Toronto to just three hits over seven innings.
Kendrys Morales was activated from the 10-day disabled list earlier today. When he was on the DL, things were simple. The Jays had an open designated hitter spot for either a Steve Pearce and Curtis Granderson platoon or off-days for their group of injury-prone players. Now that he’s back, though, things become more complicated.
The Blue Jays made a couple of roster moves today. One wasn’t a surprise, as Kendrys Morales was activated from the 10-day disabled list as had been reported a couple days ago, the other was a little out of left field, as Lourdes Gurriel was recalled from Double-A New Hampshire. Heading down to Triple-A Buffalo…
I had kind of forgotten what it felt like to lose a game. On a cold night in New York, the Jays’ bats were quiet and the Yankees edged out a 4-3 victory.
The outfield situation in the Blue Jays system just even more complicated. Dalton Pompey and Anthony Alford, both of whom were injured coming out of spring training, have been activated from the disabled list and optioned to Triple-A Buffalo.
Getting to play terrible teams like the Orioles, Rangers, and Royals has been extremely fun, but now the Jays have a seven-game stretch coming up against the Yankees and Red Sox that’ll test whether or not this team is Actually Good.
Man, this team. I know we’re only a few weeks into the season and wins 3against the extremely-bad Royals shouldn’t mean all that much, but still, this group is electrifying. It’s such refreshing sight after the doom and gloom that was last year.
Holy hell, this was a treat to listen to. Rex Hudler, former Major League player and current Kansas City Royals commentator came on Baseball Central with Jeff Blair and Kevin Barker to talk about the Royals this afternoon. He wasn’t short on praise for the Blue Jays team he got to see yesterday.
The day is finally here! Welcome to the real-life embodiment of the futuristic hell George Orwell described in 1984! I mean, yeah, that’s a tad dramatic, but the Blue Jays and Royals are playing a game today and you can only watch it on Facebook. If you want to watch the Jays complete the sweep against the…
Joey Bats is BACK. But in Atlanta! Our old friend Alex Anthopolous, now the general manager of the Braves, has inked Jose Bautista to a one-year deal to play third base in Atlanta. Sure!