The 2020 season has been a rollercoaster so far.
The Blue Jays have been a mixed bag, rightfully generating optimism about both the short- and long-term outlook of the club, but also falling intro frustrating losses. The team currently sits with a 3-4 record, though they could easily be 5-2 if not for a couple of late-game implosions.
And then, beyond the team itself, there’s been plenty of league-wide drama, as reckless behaviour from other teams — I’m looking at you, Marlins — has put the season in jeopardy. Thanks to Miami playing a game despite having a player test positive for COVID-19, the Blue Jays are now waiting around in purgatory on a four-day break.
The ripple effect that one team can have on the rest of the league is something that we’ve never seen before in professional sports.
Anyways, here we are, sitting here on a weekend without the Blue Jays, giving us time to reflect on what we’ve seen so far from the team. Here are seven things worth mentioning from the team’s first seven games.
This looks like the season of Teoscar Hernandez
There was never …
Author: Cam Lewis / Blue Jays Nation