The time has finally come, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. will make his MLB-debut on Friday. Blue Jays fans have been waiting on the edge of their seats for this moment. Now that Guerrero Jr. is ready to play everyday, we will all be able to see how long it takes for him to live up to all the hype.
Guerrero Jr.’s promotion couldn’t have come at a better time for these Blue Jays. They’re coming off of being swept by Kevin Pillar and his Giants in their two-game series. The 20-year-old should be able to provide an offensive boost to this lineup heading into their three-game series against the Athletics.
Friday at 7:07 ET
This series feels like déjà vu all over again. StroShow will be getting the start in the opener of this series against the A’s, just like he did exactly a week ago. Last time out, Stroman pitched a season-high eight-innings and only surrendered one run on six hits, along with six strikeouts. If this is truly déjà vu, we should expect to see Stroman pitch for nearly the entire game again and get his second win of the season.
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Author: Thomas Hall / Blue Jays Nation