The Blue Jays are coming home off of their split of the four-game series against the White Sox. Not only did the Blue Jays have to visit the scary side of Chicago, but they also had to play through horrendous weather conditions as well. Thankfully, they get to come home to a place that has a dome that only occasionally leaks.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has also started to heat up and was responsible for the Blue Jays scoring a combined 16 runs over their last three games. This offense has struggled to drive-in runs or even just hit the ball over the fence, as they currently rank last in the AL in home runs so far this month. The Blue Jays will need to find a way to create runs during this four-game series. As these Red Sox are coming into “The Six” with their hitting shoes on.
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Edwin Jackson will make his second-start of the season in the opener of this series. The German-native pitched exactly the way the Blue Jays needed him to against the Giants last time out. Jackson went five innings and surrendered six hits, three runs(two earned) and a lone walk. The …
Author: Thomas Hall / Blue Jays Nation