Alejandro Kirk has hit the ground running at the Major League level.
Here’s some really unfortunate (but, ultimately, pretty unsurprising) news on the Ken Giles front.
About a week ago, the Yankees kicked the shit out of the Blue Jays in New York. On Monday in Buffalo, the tables turned.
It looks like the Blue Jays will get a much-needed boost to their starting rotation this week.
That was huge. Mired a six-game skid with a four-game series with the Yankees right around the corner, this was a game the Blue Jays absolutely needed to win.
The losing streak has now reached six games. The Blue Jays are back at .500 for the first time since August 25th.
The Blue Jays are doing everything in their power to turn what should be a slam-dunk playoff berth into a late-season race to the finish.
The losing streak has now reached five games. Yikes.
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.
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.