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GDB 132.0: Toronto Blue Jays look to win series against Washington Nationals

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Zach Laing
8 months ago
No better time than now for the Toronto Blue Jays to go on a hot streak.
While they dropped their last series to the Cleveland Guardians, they have a chance to win this one against the Nationals tonight.
Jose Berrios takes the mound for the Jays as the lineup continues to change. With Bo Bichette hitting the IL with his quad injury, Davis Schneider has slid up to the number two spot. Danny Jansen, who hit a home run Monday, will bat fourth in the order as Brandon Belt gets a day off.

First pitch: 7:07 p.m EST — Sportsnet, Sportsnet 650.
Toronto Blue Jays: 71-60, 10.5 GB, 2.5 WCGB, +55 DIFF.
Washington Nationals: 61-70, 24.0 GB, 8.0 WCGB, -93 DIFF.
Odds via Betano:
Moneyline: TOR -182; WAS +155.
*Odds at the time of publishing. Odds subject to change.
Starting pitchers:
TOR: Jose Berrios RHP – 9-9, 26 GS, 152.0 IP. 3.55 ERA, 120 ERA+, 4.05 FIP, 1.217 WHIP, 2.6 BB/9, 8.5 SO/9.
WAS: MacKenzie Gore LHP – 6-10, 25 GS, 127.1 IP. 4.38 ERA, 97 ERA+, 4.62 FIP, 1.374 WHIP, 3.7 BB/9, 10.2 SO/9.
Lineups: 
Toronto 
  1. G Springer (R) RF
  2. D Schneider (R) 2B
  3. V Guerrero Jr. (R) 1B
  4. D Jansen (R) C
  5. W Merrifield (R) LF
  6. A Kirk (R) DH
  7. E Clement (R) SS
  8. S Espinal (R) 3B
  9. K Kiermaier (L) CF
Washington
  1. C Abrams (L) SS
  2. L Thomas (R) RF
  3. J Meneses (R) DH
  4. K Ruiz (S) C
  5. Do Smith (L) 1B
  6. C Kieboom (R) 3B
  7. J Alu (L) LF
  8. I Vargas (S) 2B
  9. J Young (R) CF

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Zach Laing is the Nation Network’s news director and senior columnist. He can be followed on Twitter at @zjlaing, or reached by email at zach@oilersnation.com.

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