The Blue Jays lineup has been mashing the baseball as of late. Over the last week, the Blue Jays have scored the 2nd-most runs within the entire AL. While their surging offense hasn’t directly resulted in a massive winning streak, it has made the Blue Jays competitive over the last few weeks.
This team hasn’t lost by more than two runs since June 19. Since that date, the Blue Jays own a record of just 6-5. But, they have also recorded the 2nd-highest run differential in the AL since that time as well. The Red Sox are coming into this series after getting beaten down by the Bronx Bombers. After being embarrassed by the Yankees in another country, the Blue Jays will try to do the same thing to these Red Sox during this three-game series.
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Trent Thornton is coming off of his worst-start since May 8 against the Twins. The rookie was pounded in his three and 1/3 innings pitched last time out against the Yankees. Thornton gave up seven hits, five runs and two home runs before being chased from the game. Locating in and out of the strike zone was the problem yet again for …
Author: Thomas Hall / Blue Jays Nation