We’ve seen our fair share of bad umpiring this season, such as the absurd strike zone against the Oakland A’s and the missed tag call last week against the Yankees, but Tuesday’s events in The Bronx absolutely take the cake.
Remember when the Blue Jays had an unsustainably good record in one-run games? It seems that’s all coming crashing down at once.
It’s been one month and the Blue Jays own a 17-13 record. Though that seems a little limp because of how they’ve been playing lately, when you consider the strength of schedule they’ve had, it’s fine.
The Blue Jays will have a day off on Monday for the first time in three weeks. That’s a good thing because this is a team that looks like it could use an off day.
Fresh off of their first series loss of the season, the Blue Jays will head to Cleveland to face a team that didn’t make the playoffs in 2021 for the first time in two weeks.
BJN Radio – Ep. 73: Yusei Kikuchi’s best start as a Blue Jay salvages a difficult series against the Yankees
For the first time all season, the Blue Jays have lost a series.
The Blue Jays have made a pair of roster moves in order to add right-handed pitcher Casey Lawrence to their active roster.
Just after the Blue Jays released Dexter Fowler, the team has inked another veteran to a minor-league deal.
The Dexter Fowler era is over.
It seems the Yankees can, in fact, beat teams other than Baltimore, Kansas City, and Detroit.
BJN Radio – Ep. 72: Picking the Blue Jays’ MVP for April, taking a look around the American League East, and more!
That was certainly a much better April than the one we saw last year.
Pre-Series Notes: The New York Yankees roll into Toronto on a nine-game winning streak (all against weak opponents)
The Blue Jays are set to host the New York Yankees, the team with the best record in baseball.