Series Preview: Coors

Like most people, the Blue Jays couldn’t wait to leave Florida after getting swept by the Rays. This team has now lost seven of their last eight games, and now owns the 4th-worst record in the AL. They have also been held to just two runs or fewer in 14 of their 27 games this month.
Thankfully, the Blue Jays begin a three-game series in Coors Field. As the Blue Jays have recorded the 2nd-fewest amount of runs throughout the AL this month. So with the ball likely to fly all around the high-altitude park of Coors Field, this should give Vladimir Guerrero Jr. a great chance to hit the first 500-ft home run this season.
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Edwin Jackson is lucky that the Blue Jays have absolutely zero depth when it comes to quality starting pitchers at triple-A, or he would likely not be apart of this organization anymore. Jackson has gotten pounded over his last two starts, and this start against the Rockies likely won’t go any better.
The 35-year-old has surrendered 14 hits, 13 runs(12 earned), four home runs along with a pair of walks over his last two starts. If you thought those last two performances were …

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Author: Thomas Hall / Blue Jays Nation

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