The Blue Jays have surprisingly already been out to the west coast two different times so far this season. Historically the Blue Jays haven’t had to make a trip across the continent until late-May or early-June. But for some reason the schedulers wanted to makes this team feel jet-lagged during the first two months of the season.
This team is heading to the beautiful city of San Francisco for a two-game series, and the Blue Jays are hoping to avoid getting swept by the Giants for the second-straight time this season. Another sweep from the Giants would make this recent stretch by the Blue Jays even more distasteful than it already is, as they have lost ten of their last twelve games. The Blue Jays also currently own the 3rd-worst record in the AL. So as bad as it is right now, it could be even worse.
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So it’s pretty safe to say that Trent Thornton’s last start against the Twins was as bad as Socrates Brito attempting to hit a baseball. The 25-year-old was pulled after just two innings following the seven runs, five hits, two home runs and two walks that he …
Author: Thomas Hall / Blue Jays Nation