Following their quick jaunt home to play three games in 28 hours against the Royals, the Blue Jays head to the Bronx for their second four-game series of the season against the Yankees. These two clubs split the first four games of the season, and the Blue Jays have won every series they’ve played since then. Conversely, the Yankees have lost or split every series they’ve played, save for a two-game sweep of the lowly Rays in New York. They’ve battled numerous injuries as well, but meet a Jays team playing better baseball than they did at pretty much any point last season.
Following a 3-day weather-induced hiatus, the Toronto Blue Jays return to action on Tuesday, kicking off a three-game set at the Rogers Centre against the Kansas City Royals. Following Monday’s surprise postponement, the teams will play a traditional doubleheader, with game 1 starting at 3:07, and the second commencing 30 minutes after its conclusion.
The Toronto Blue Jays continue their nine-game road trip on Monday, opening a three-game set with the Baltimore Orioles.
The Toronto Blue Jays hit the road for the first time this season, opening up a three-game set in Arlington against
their old friends human garbage, the Texas Rangers.
The Toronto Blue Jays open a three-game set against the Chicago White Sox at the Dome on Monday night.
The Toronto Blue Jays finalized their 25-man Opening Day roster on Thursday, just hours ahead of the start of the new season against the New York Yankees. Here’s how they’ll stack up, and what to expect.
*All stats were taken from Baseball Reference, including WAR. Projections for 2018 were taken from ZiPS on Fangraphs, unless otherwise noted. BR does not project WAR or OPS+, and Fangraphs calculation of WAR differs, so I did not include any 2018 WAR projections.* Continue Reading »
The Toronto Blue Jays open a four-game set vs the New York Yankees on Thursday, kicking off the 2018 season.