The Blue Jays are completely decimated. Today, Francisco Liriano was placed on the 10-day disabled list, where he joins Josh Donaldson, Troy Tulowitzki, Aaron Sanchez, J.A. Happ, Russell Martin, and more. Y’know, like, the entire team. But if there’s anybody who’s been hit as hard in the face with the injury stick, it’s the Seattle…
I thought spring training ended over a month ago… Wait, this is a major league lineup? In MAY?!
“Any word on Kendrys Morales?” was posted over and over and over again on Twitter this afternoon as we all waited for an update on the Blue Jays designated hitter who left yesterday’s game with a hamstring issue. Morales had an MRI this morning to determine if the issue was serious or not, but none…
Mike Bolsinger is going to be throwing the ball to Mike Ohlman tonight. In a major league game. It’s May.
I said this already in the series preview, but here’s the game plan: Let’s give Edwin a nice standing ovation, then strike him out four times, and make a fool out of Cleveland jackass Trevor Bauer.
Yet another Blue Jay is headed to the disabled list. This time, it’s Russell Martin. According to every beat reporter on Twitter, Russ is suffering from tightness in his left shoulder. Also, Casey Lawrence has been designated for assignment, presumably opening a spot on the 40-man roster for Mike Ohlman.
Are you ready for this? Edwin Encarnacion will be playing baseball at Rogers Centre for a different team. It’s going to be hard to watch. But you know what would be an excellent remedy? Kicking the shit out of Trevor Bauer.
The Blue Jays have slayed The House of Horrors. They won a commanding game on Friday, got dropped on Saturday, and then came back and squeezed out a gusty win on Sunday.
Joe Biagini will make his first career start this afternoon in the Blue Jays’ pursuit of their second series win of the season.
The Jays, powered by Kendrys Morales’ bat, rallied to win a surprising game against the Rays last night. Today, they’ll look to win two in a row (again!!!?) with Marco Estrada on the hill. That sounds ideal, right? Estrada has been dominant all season, save for one start, which came in Tampa Bay.
The fuckin’ House of Horrors. Here we go. The Jays are a modest 3-3 in their past six games, including a series win over Tampa, but now they’re rolling into the Trop with a a decimated pitching rotation. Things ain’t lookin’ good, friends.
The only series win the Jays have this season came against the Rays. But that was at home in the friendly confines of Rogers Centre. This time they’ll face Tampa in the House of Horrors, a place where the Jays have a hell of a time.