Don’t look now, but the Blue Jays are undefeated since Vladimir Guerrero Jr. was recalled. The team is coming off of another series sweep against the Athletics. Fans were able to not only see the savior of this franchise make his debut over the weekend, but they were also able to witness some pretty exciting baseball as well.
The Blue Jays walked-off the A’s in two of their three games over the weekend. Unfortunately, the Blue Jays don’t face the A’s anymore this season. During their season series, the Blue Jays won all six games and averaged 5.2 runs/game, and only surrendered an average of 2.2 runs/game. Along with their series sweep, Guerrero Jr. has clearly sparked some life into this team and hopefully that energy continues into La La Land.
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Clay Buchholz slightly came back down to earth in his last start against the Giants. It was the 24-year-old’s worst start of this young season. Buchholz once again gave up six hits, which he’s done in all three of his starts this season. His control of his pitches has continued to be the key for success in each of his …
Author: Thomas Hall / Blue Jays Nation