It’s been exactly a month since the Blue Jays won a series. A sweep against the Athletics last month is last time that the Blue Jays came away with a series-win. Unfortunately, we’ll likely have to wait even longer before witnessing another series-win by the Blue Jays. Last time the team north of the border played the team that technically isn’t even from Tampa Bay, the Blue Jays gave up a total of 20 runs through their three games against the Rays.
Luckily for the Blue Jays, they have two of their best pitchers starting in this three-game series. They’re also coming off an exciting game against the Padres, where their two-recent call-ups tore the cover off the ball. So hopefully the Blue Jays’ hitters will be able to continue to supply their pitchers with some run support in this series, as they have scored the 6th-most runs during this past week among teams throughout the AL.
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Author: Thomas Hall / Blue Jays Nation