The Blue Jays are heading into the sketchy part of Chicago, following their series-split against the Giants back in beautiful San Francisco. Like with most times with this team, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is the spotlight coming into this series for the Blue Jays. The future all-star’s bat finally came alive during the series against the Giants.
Guerrero Jr. hit two absolute bombs out of a park in San Francisco that usually doesn’t see the ball leave the yard all that often. Aside from Guerrero Jr. the Blue Jays’ hitters struggled to drive in many runs. The Blue Jays went just 3-for-20 with RISP during their two-game series. Neither the Blue Jays or the White Sox have been good at driving in runs this season, as they both currently rank in the bottom half in the AL in RBI. Which could mean that this four-game series could be a low scoring afair on both sides.
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StroShow wasn’t all that effective last time out against this White Sox lineup, and exited after screaming at his manager for taking him out with a couple runners on base in the seventh inning. Stroman surrendered eight hits for the …
Author: Thomas Hall / Blue Jays Nation