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Series Preview: One last time against the reigning champions

Entering this series, this will be the final time this season that the Blue Jays will be facing off against the Red Sox. While the Blue Jays have very little to play for during this series, the Red Sox are still trying to surge back into the Wild Card race. But, those bums from Boston…

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Series Preview: One last trip to the worst stadium in baseball

Getting swept is never a fun thing to have happen, but thankfully the Blue Jays only played a two-game mini-series against the Braves. Now, the Blue Jays will have to once again fly down to Tampa Bay and take on the Rays in the ugliest and worst stadium in the entire league. Coming into this…

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Series Preview: Heading down to Hotlanta to meet Dorian

The Blue Jays are heading down to Atlanta for a two-game mini-series against the Braves. Unfortunately, those games might have to be rescheduled due to the problematic category five hurricane named Dorian. After being no-hit by Justin Verlander and the Astros, the Blue Jays are probably really looking forward to a quick turnaround against the…

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Series Preview: Entering the final month of the season

Heading into this series against the Astros, the Blue Jays have just 27 games remaining this season. With a record of 54-81, there’s still a very real possibility for the Blue Jays to lose over 100 games for the first time since 1979. However, these kids are making it seem like this will be the…

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Series Preview: The return of a former MVP

This series will be the first time that Josh Donaldson will be making his return to Toronto since he was traded by the team last season. Donaldson has stated that he’s very excited to make his first return to “The Six”, but it’ll be very interesting to see how the fans will greet the former…

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Series Preview: Heading to Toronto West

Surprisingly, the Blue Jays weren’t blown out in each game of their three-game series against the Dodgers. While they did get swept, the Blue Jays’ pitching staff performed quite well against one of the best offenses in the entire league. Now, the kids will get their first taste of the fanfare that the Blue Jays…

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Series Preview: Welcome to Hollywood

The kids are going Hollywood, the Blue Jays are set to begin a three-game series with the Dodgers. Most of the young players on this team haven’t even been to Dodger Stadium even as a fan before. So, this series should show just how ready these kids are for the spotlight at the major league…

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Series Preview: The Bo effect

Since Bo Bichette arrived on July 29 in Kansas City, the Blue Jays’ offense has been unstoppable. They’ve recorded the 2nd-most home runs, 3rd-most total runs, RBI’s, SLG and wRC+ in the AL since No. 11 arrived with the Blue Jays. It seems that Bichette’s presence may have also had an impact on the Blue…

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Series Preview: Welcoming in old rivals

The Blue Jays have continued to play good baseball ever since Bo Bichette joined the team in Kansas City. Since then, the Blue Jays have won nine of their last 14 games and haven’t lost any of their series as well. Coming into this series, the Rangers have played extremely poorly as of recently. They…

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Series Preview: The Kids vs The Bombers

Fresh off a series win against the Rays, the Blue Jays will now begin a four-game series against the Bronx Bombers. The Yankees are coming into this series after slugging their way through Baltimore. As they hit a combined 16 home runs during their three-game series against the “Trash Birds”. However, the Blue Jays’ lineup…

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Series Preview: Down to the Trop

The Blue Jays’ bats have continued to dominate since their meeting with the Rays back in Toronto just a few weeks ago. Since that series, the Blue Jays’ offense has scored five runs or more in five of their last seven games. Led by the kids, the Blue Jays offense continues to lead the entire…

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Series Preview: The day after the storm

The Blue Jays have cleared house over the past couple of days. In doing so, there are now just two remaining players from their 2016 playoff run. Justin Smoak and Ryan Tepera are the last ones standing from the team that claimed the hearts of a nation just a few seasons ago. But, this also…