Grapefruit Notes: Spring training is over, but the Blue Jays went out with a bang

Well, spring training is over. Unfortunately, instead of gearing up for two exhibition games in Montreal and actual, real Major League Baseball games following shortly after, we’re sitting in purgatory.

As we know, Opening Day has been pushed back by at least two weeks due to the global pandemic known as the Coronavirus. The NHL and NBA have paused their seasons, March Madness has been cancelled, and people around the world are going into quarantine. There’s no end in sight so we have no idea when things are going to return to normal. All we can do now is wait.
Anyways, let’s talk about what we witnessed over the final few games of spring training, as we likely won’t have any games to talk about for quite some time.
Things worth mentioning…
Shun Yamaguchi had his best start of the spring on Tuesday in a win against the Yankees. First, Tanner Roark tossed four strong innings, allowing just one earned run while striking out four. Yamaguchi came in after that and went three innings, allowing one earned run on two hits and a walk while striking out two. The …

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Author: Cam Lewis / Blue Jays Nation

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