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Series Preview: Partying like it’s 1993

The Blue Jays are currently being overshadowed by the NBA champions, Toronto Raptors. However, their parade will likely help bring some cheerful fans into the Rogers Centre during the opener of this four-game series. It also helps that the Blue Jays’ bats finally woke up in their finale against the Astros. The team that shared…

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Series Preview: Are people even thinking about the Blue Jays right now?

Most people who are following the Blue Jays this season are probably still out celebrating from the Raptors glorious championship victory a night ago. However, the Blue Jays are beginning a three-game series against the Houston Astros. The Blue Jays are actually coming into this series playing their best-baseball in months. The Blue Jays have…

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Series Preview: A key series for the Tank Effort

Currently, nothing feels worse right now for the city of Toronto. As they just missed out on their opportunity to win a championship in sport that has never been won north of the border before. But, the news gets even worse for the Toronto sports world. The Blue Jays have been the worst-team in the…

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Series Preview: Attempting to avoid the snake bite

The Blue Jays are coming off of their most-successful series in over a month. During their series against the Yankees, the Blue Jays won back-to-back games, and won their first-series since late April against the Athletics. There’s no question that this team has had its struggles so far this season. But as we all witnessed…

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Series Preview: Home Sweet home?

Following their forgettable six-game road trip, the Blue Jays now own the 2nd-worst record since May 20, and now have to come home for a three-game series against the division-leading Yankees. As if this team hasn’t been beaten up enough lately, they now have to begin a series against one of the best-teams in the…

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Series Preview: Coors

Like most people, the Blue Jays couldn’t wait to leave Florida after getting swept by the Rays. This team has now lost seven of their last eight games, and now owns the 4th-worst record in the AL. They have also been held to just two runs or fewer in 14 of their 27 games this…

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Series Preview: The House of Horrors

It’s been exactly a month since the Blue Jays won a series. A sweep against the Athletics last month is last time that the Blue Jays came away with a series-win. Unfortunately, we’ll likely have to wait even longer before witnessing another series-win by the Blue Jays. Last time the team north of the border…

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Series Preview: Who are these kids?

After what was a forgettable series against the big-bad Red Sox, the Blue Jays are welcoming in a couple of new kids who grew up die-hard fans of the boys in blue. Canadians Cal Quantrill and Josh Naylor will make their homecoming debuts during this three-game series in “The Six.” The Blue Jays will also…

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Series Preview: From one pair of Sox to another

The Blue Jays are coming home off of their split of the four-game series against the White Sox. Not only did the Blue Jays have to visit the scary side of Chicago, but they also had to play through horrendous weather conditions as well. Thankfully, they get to come home to a place that has…

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Series Preview: The south side better be ready for Vladdy

The Blue Jays are heading into the sketchy part of Chicago, following their series-split against the Giants back in beautiful San Francisco. Like with most times with this team, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is the spotlight coming into this series for the Blue Jays. The future all-star’s bat finally came alive during the series against the…

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Series Preview: Back out to the West Coast once again

The Blue Jays have surprisingly already been out to the west coast two different times so far this season. Historically the Blue Jays haven’t had to make a trip across the continent until late-May or early-June. But for some reason the schedulers wanted to makes this team feel jet-lagged during the first two months of…