Thursday, May 24, 2018

Game #50 Los Angeles Angels (28-22) @ Toronto Blue Jays (23-27) - game recap

Albert Pujols was 2-5 at the plate, including a solo HR and 2 RBI as the Angels routed the Blue Jays 8-1.

After an ugly game last night where Tyler Clippard blew the save opportunity, the Blue Jays were hoping to end the disastrous home stand, where they won 1 of 6 games heading into today's matinee. Here is today's game recap.
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Game highlights:

  • The Angels took the lead in the top of the 2nd as Martin Maldanado singled home Shohei Ohtani and Andrelton Simmons
  • The Angels lead was extended in the top of the 3rd as Albert Pujols singled home Justin Upton
  • Mike Trout hit a solo HR in the top of the 5th
  • Marco Estrada pitching line: 4.1IP 7H 4R (all earned) 2BB 1K 88 pitches (52 for strikes)
  • The Blue Jays got on the board in the bottom of the 6th as Dwight Smith Jr. hit his 1st major league HR
  • The Angels got the run back in the top of the 7th as Ian Kinsler scored on an Upton ground out
  • Nick Tropeana pitching line: 7.1IP 4H 1R (earned) 1BB 6K 92 pitches (61 for strikes)
  • Albert Pujols hit a solo HR in the top of the 9th
  • Two batters later, Simmons doubled home Ohtani
  • Final score: Angels 8 Blue Jays 1
My take:

  • This was the second of 2 games on Facebook only. In my opinion, the game was a bit less clear than the first game. The resolution was not clear at all and the players and ball were blurry. I liked the between-inning tidbits that the commentators put on, especially the one on Vladimir Guerrero Jr. I felt that both teams were talked about evenly throughout the broadcast, which you want to see on what is supposed to be a neutral broadcast. I also like the no commercials between innings I still think in future, the MLB should offer Facebook as an optional avenue to view the game as opposed to a forced choice. Not every fan has access to a computer or they choose not to be on Facebook for a number of reasons.
  • Marco Estrada had a difficult start. He was unable to complete 5 innings today, putting more pressure on an already overworked bullpen. It was really two long innings in the 2nd and 3rd that could have been a lot worse if not for a couple of lucky outs on weak grounders. The Blue Jays don't have an off day until next Thursday and the next three games are interleague in Philadephia. This start was important for Estrada to go deeper than he did.
  • Not a whole lot to comment on with regards to the offence today. The only run came on a solo shot to right (congrats to Dwight Smith Jr. on his big league blast). Two of the Blue Jays hits were wiped out by double plays and the Blue Jays were 0-2 with runners in scoring position.  In the 4th, 5th, 7th and 9th innings, the Blue Jays went down in order. 
  • This was an ugly home stand to say the least. The Blue Jays managed 1 win in the 7 games and scored in only one inning in 5 of the 7 games. Marco Estrada (May 19 start), Sam Gaviglio and JA Happ were the only starters to pitch past the 5th inning. Happ was the only one to pitch 7 innings or 21 outs. 
  • Up next, the Blue Jays hit the road starting with a three game set in Philadelphia. The Blue Jays and Phillies last met in 2015 and the teams split the 4 games they played that year (2 in each city). RA Dickey and Kyle Hendricks picked up the wins for the Blue Jays. Troy Tulowitzki made his Blue Jays debut in the July 28 game and went 3-5 with a double and a HR. The first game of the series sees Sam Gaviglio make his second straight start against Phillies righty Zach Eflin.

#50 - Los Angeles Angels (27-22) at Toronto Blue Jays (23-26)

Artist's rendition of last night's 9th inning.

Thursday, May 24, 2018 | 12:37 pm
Rogers Centre | Toronto, Ontario
Nick Tropeano (RHP, 1-3, 4.45) vs. Marco Estrada (RHP, 2-4, 5.15)


Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Game #49 Los Angeles Angels (27-22) @ Toronto Blue Jays (23-26) - game recap

Angels SS Andrelton Simmons was 2-5 at the plate with a pair of RBI and a run scored. He also made a huge diving catch as the Angels came from behind to beat the Blue Jays 5-4

April 29-May 1, the last time the Blue Jays had a multiple game winning streak. A win tonight would have also meant the first series win in May. Heading into tonight's game, the Blue Jays had an abysmal 7-13 record in the month of May. On that happy note, here is tonight's game recap

#49 - Los Angeles Trouts of Anaheim in Orange County of California USA (26-22) at Toronto Blue Jays (23-25)

Yep, their first ballpark in L.A. was indeed called 'Wrigley Field'


Wednesday, May 23, 2018 | 7:07 pm
Rogers Centre | Toronto, Ontario
Tyler Skaggs (3-3, 2.88) vs. Aaron Sanchez (2-4, 4.47)


PREAMBLE:

Hooray, the Jays snapped an ugly losing streak last night by piling up five runs in the first inning and then fending off the Angels the rest of the way to hold on for a 5-3 victory.  J.A. Happ turned in a sorely-needed excellent outing to record the victory and then Ryan Tepera and Tyler Clippard closed the door.

Aaron Sanchez is 0-1, 3.24 in two career starts against the Angels.  His counterpart, Tyler Skaggs, is 2-2, 3.86 in four career starts against the Blue Jays.

Can the Blue Jays avoid getting bludgeoned right into the ground by a Trout-led squad hell-bent on securing revenge for last night's loss?  Stay tuned!


Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Game #48 Los Angeles Angels (26-22) @ Toronto Blue Jays (23-25) - game recap

Blue Jays DH Kendrys Morales was 2-3 at the plate, including a big 2 run HR as the Blue Jays defeated the Angels 5-3 to snap a 4 game losing streak 

After a difficult 4 game sweep at the hands of the Oakland A's, the Blue Jays were looking to get back on track against the Angels tonight. Devon Travis was back in the Blue Jays lineup after a stint in the minors to try and get out of his slump. Here is tonight's game recap.

Game #48 Los Angeles Angels (26-21) at Toronto Blue Jays (22-25)

Tuesday, May 22th, 2018
7:07 EDT / Skydome / Toronto, Ontario
Garrett Richards (4-2, 3.47 ERA) v. JA Happ (5-3, 4.15 ERA)

Monday, May 21, 2018

Ten weekly random thoughts: week 6: May 14-20


Two wins in ten games. This is the Blue Jays current situation after being swept by the A's, and winning single games in series vs the Red Sox and the Mets recently. The Blue Jays next three series are against Shohei Ohtani and the Angels, the surging Philadephia Phillies, who are 27-17 after Sundays games and the Boston Red Sox. On that happy note, here are ten random thoughts from week 7 of the MLB.

Sunday, May 20, 2018

Game #47 Oakland A's (25-22) @ Toronto Blue Jays (22-25) - game recap

Marcus Simien was 3-4 at the plate with a home run and 3 RBI as the A's routed the Blue Jays 9-2 and swept the 4-game series 

Here we go again, the Blue Jays are trying to avoid being swept for the first time this season. It seems that this has been the case a lot the past few weeks. Yesterday, the Blue Jays bullpen blew a 4-0 lead in the top of the 8th inning. Today the Blue Jays face a pitcher who has been pitching well of late and held the Red Sox to 2 runs over 6 innings in his last start. Meanwhile, the Blue Jays send Joe Biagini to the mound. He has yet to show he can pitch past the 5th inning. Here is today's game recap.

Game #47 Oakland A's (24-22) at Toronto Blue Jays (22-24)

Sunday, May 20th, 2018
1:07 EDT / Skydome / Toronto, Ontario
Daniel Mengden (3-4, 3.75 ERA) v. Joe Biagini (0-2, 7.98 ERA)

Saturday, May 19, 2018

Game #46 Oakland A's (24-22) @ Toronto Blue Jays (22-24) - game recap

Oakland A's Chad Pinder hit a grand slam as the A's defeated the Blue Jays 5-4

Game #46 Oakland A's (23-22) at Toronto Blue Jays (22-23)

Saturday, May 19th, 2018
1:07 EDT / Skydome / Toronto, Ontario
Sean Manaea (5-4, 2.35 ERA) v. Sam Gaviglio (1-0, 2.08 ERA)

Friday, May 18, 2018

Game #45 Oakland A's (23-22) @ Toronto Blue Jays (22-23) - game recap

Dustin Fowler was 2-3 at the plate with a pair of RBI and a pair of runs scored as the A's defeated the Blue Jays 3-1

After a rough game yesterday where the Blue Jays couldn't take advantage of a bases loaded situation in the bottom of the 8th where one swing would have tied the game, the Blue Jays were looking to even the series at one heading into the weekend. News came out today that Jaime Garcia was headed to the DL with a left forearm issue. This makes tonight's start by Estrada even more important to get deep into the game with two spot starts needed over the next three days, More than likely Joe Biagini will get one start and either Deck McGuire or Sam Gaviglio will start the other game. Here is today's game recap.

Game #45 Oakland A's (22-22) at Toronto Blue Jays (22-22)

Friday, May 18th, 2018
7:07 EDT / Skydome / Toronto, Ontario
Brett Anderson (0-2, 8.16 ERA) v. Marco Estrada (2-3, 5.32 ERA)

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Game #44 Oakland A's (22-22) @ Toronto Blue Jays (22-22) - game recap

Khris Davis was 4-4 at the plate with 2 RBI and 2 runs scored as the A's doubled up on the Blue Jays 10-5

The Blue Jays began a four game series against the Oakland A's tonight. Last season, the Blue Jays swept the 4 game series at the Roger's Center. Teoscar Hernandez was not in the lineup tonight due to a back injury suffered yesterday in NY. More came out today on the allegations against Roberto Osuna. He is still on administrative leave and will make his first court appearance June 18. Here is today's game recap.

Game #44 Oakland A's (21-22) at Toronto Blue Jays (22-21)



Thursday, May 17th, 2018
7:07 EDT / Skydome / Toronto, Ontario
Andrew Triggs (3-1, 5.31 ERA) v. Aaron Sanchez (2-3, 4.08 ERA)

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Game #43 Toronto Blue Jays (22-21) @ New York Mets (20-19) - game recap

JA Happ pitched seven solid innings and was 2-3 at the plate with a pair of singles and a pair of runs scored as the Blue Jays routed the New York Mets

This was an important game for a couple of reasons. First, the Blue Jays were hoping to avoid falling below .500 for the first time since March 31. Second, the Blue Jays were looking to avoid beiing swept in a series for the first time this season. They had to do it in rainy conditions. Here is today's game recap.

#43 - Toronto Slumping Jays (21-21) at New York Mets (20-18)



Wednesday, May 16, 2018 | 1:10 pm | Citi Field, Flushing, NY
J.A. Happ (4-3, 4.80) vs. Zack Wheeler (2-2, 5.03)


PREAMBLE:

Welcome to today's "Get it over with and go home" game threat for the Blue Jays as we watch them mail it in and get swept by the Mets!  The Blue Jays have fallen to the .500 mark after last night's thumping and face the prospect of leaving NY at a game under .500, a mark they haven't been at since the calendar was still showing 'March'.

Quick, what's the number for Slumpbusters?  "Who ya gonna call?  Slumpbusters!"


Game #42 Toronto Blue Jays (21-21) @ New York Mets (20-18) - game recap

Mets CF Juan Lagares was 4-5 at the plate with 3 RBI and 2 runs scored as the Mets routed the Blue Jays 12-2

After a 90 minute rain delay, the Blue Jays and Mets kicked off interleague play for the 2 ball clubs. The last time the Blue Jays and Mets played each other was in 2015 when the Blue Jays won 2 of 3 games at the Rogers Center. RA Dickey won the rubber match, taking a 3-hitter into the 8th inning. We roughed up Bartolo Colon for 7 runs on 9 hits in 4.1 innings. Drew Hutchinson shut out the Mets in the second game. Can the Blue Jays win this series? Here is today's game recap.

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Monday, May 14, 2018

ten random thoughts week 6 May 7-13


The Blue Jays are a quarter of the way through the season. They have dealt with some adversity this week with news of the arrest of closer Roberto Osuna and that starter Marcus Stroman is headed to the DL with a fatigued shoulder. Here are 10 random thoughts from week 6 of the MLB.

Sunday, May 13, 2018

Game #41 Boston Red Sox (28-12) @ Toronto Blue Jays (21-20) - game recap

JD Martinez was 2-3 at the plate with 3 RBI and a run scored as the Red Sox defeated the Blue Jays 5-3 to take their second straight series win vs. Toronto

Happy Mother's day everyone. The Blue Jays play for some-one special today -- their mothers. The Red Sox and Blue Jays split the opening two games of this series. The Blue Jays can even the season series with a win. Here is today's game recap.

#41 - East Massholia (27-12) vs. Toronto Blue Jays (21-19)



Sunday, May 13, 2018 | 1:07 pm | Rogers Centre, Toronto
Drew Pomeranz (1-1, 5.23) vs. Joe Biagini (0-1, 8.10)

Saturday, May 12, 2018

Game #40 Boston Red Sox (27-12) @ Toronto Blue Jays (21-19) - game recap

Andrew Benintendi was 3-5 at the plate with 2 RBI and a run scored as the Red Sox defeated the Blue Jays 5-2. 

The Blue Jays came into this one looking to beat old friend and teammate David Price. The win was also important to keep pace with the surging NY Yankees who came into Saturday's game on an 18-4 run. The Blue Jays have to keep pace with the Yankees and Red Sox if they want to contend for a Wild Card spot. Here is today's game recap.

#40 - Boston Red Sox (26-12) at Toronto Blue Jays (21-18)

I know the game isn't at Fenway, but the principle stands

Saturday, May 12th | 4:07 pm | Rogers Centre | Toronto, Ontario
David Price (2-4, 5.11) vs. Marco Estrada (2-2, 5.21)


PREAMBLE:

On Friday, the Blue Jays surprised a fair number of people by outlasting Chris Sale and his 15 strikeouts, gradually chipping away at him for three runs before they went into extras and then walked it off on a Luke Maile two-run HR.

Today, old buddies Marco Estrada and David Price go head-to-head on the mound.  More on the connection between these two further down in this threat.

After opening the season with two scoreless 7-inning outings against the Rays, Price has gone 1-4 with an 8.22 ERA and an opponent slash line of .309/.394/.543 since then in five starts.  The Jays need to strike while the iron's hot and take advantage of a sub-par Price.


NOTES:

Remember when many of us here were clamoring for some SP signings during the free agency period?  Well, the cream of the free agent pitching class of 2017, namely Yu Darvish, Alex Cobb, Lance Lynn and Jason Vargas, have combined for a record of 1-13 with a 7.81 ERA.  They're earning $57 million as a group this year.  In that light, Jaime Garcia looks like an astute signing by Shatkins.


Your Blue Jays OPS+ leaders so far:
1. Luke Maile 156
2. Curtis Granderson 151
3. Kevin Pillar 138
4. Yangervis Solarte 121
4. Teoscar Hernandez 121

Donaldson is at 110 and Smoak is at 101, so considering the rotation woes and the slow start of these two, I'd say it looks pretty positive for the rest of the season as the rotation and Dosh won't be this underperforming all season.

Hands up if you called Maile, Grandy, Pillar and Solarte to all outperform Donaldson and Smoak so far.  Yeah right, put yer hands down.


Curtis Granderson has come out with a cool shirt to raise funds for his Grand Kids foundation.  Awesome idea.


From Kaitlyn McGrath at The Athletic:  "I really like this robe": Marco Estrada remains sole devotee to the Blue Jays robes of 2015


Just makes today's pitching matchup all the more interesting knowing about this link between Estrada and Price.


THE LINEUPS:



Friday, May 11, 2018

Game #39 Boston Red Sox (26-12) @ Toronto Blue Jays (21-18) - game recap

Luke Maile hit the game-tying and game-winning home runs as the Blue Jays beat the Red Sox 5-3 in 12 innings tonight 

After a difficult three game series vs. the Mariners where either the pitching and/or the offence sputtered, the Blue Jays started a three game set tonight vs the Bosox. They were facing ace Chris Sale tonight, who went six innings vs. the Blue Jays in April. Could the Blue Jays prevail tonight? Here is today's game recap.

Game #39: Boston Red Sox (26-11) @ Toronto Blue Jays (20-18)



Friday May 11, 2018
7:07PM EDT / da Dome / Toronto
Chris Sale (3-1, 2.02 ERA, 0.98 WHIP, 63 K)
v. Aaron Sanchez (2-3, 4.14 ERA, 1.45 WHIP, 28 K)

Thursday, May 10, 2018

Game #38 Seattle Mariners (21-15) @ Toronto Blue Jays (20-18) - game recap

Kyle Seagar had a pair of HR, including a grad slam as the Mariners routed the Blue Jays 9-3 

After a nice late inning rally yesterday, the Blue Jays were looking for the series win vs. the Mariners. The Blue Jays most reliable starter, JA Happ was on the mound. Could he lead the team to victory? Here is today's game recap.

no. 38 2018: Seattle Mariners (20-15) vs Toronto Blue Jays (20-17)


Thursday 10 May 2018
7:07PM EDT / da Dome / Toronto
Mike Leake (3-3, 6.28 ERA, 1.60 WHIP, 26 K)
v. JA Happ (4-2, 3.67 ERA, 1.08 WHIP, 53 K)

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Game #37 Seattle Mariners (20-15) @ Toronto Blue Jays (20-17) - game recap

Teoscar Hernandez was 3-4 at the plate and finished a triple shy of the cycle as the Blue Jays defeated the Mariners 5-2 to even the 3 game series at 1

No question, the Blue Jays were looking for better results after being no-hit by James Paxton last night. So much happened internally yesterday with the Roberto Osuna arrest and Aledmys Diaz being placed on the DL, it was no surprise the team was out of sorts last night. It was a new day today and time to reset and focus on baseball. Here is today's game recap.

no. 37 2018: Seattle Mariners (20-14) vs Toronto Blue Jays (19-17)


Wednesday 9 May 2018
7:07PM EDT / da Dome / Toronto
Wade LeBlanc (0-0, 3.57 ERA, 1.30 WHIP, 15 K)
v. Jamie Garcia (2-2, 6.00 ERA, 1.57 WHIP, 32 Ks)

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Game #36 Seattle Mariners (20-14) @ Toronto Blue Jays (19-17) - game recap

Canadian James Paxton threw a no-hitter as the Seattle Mariners defeated the Toronto Blue Jays 5-0

The Blue Jays started a 6 game home stand tonight vs. the Seattle Mariners. Canadian James Paxton was on the mound for the Mariners. Unfortunately Blue Jays fans will not see Ichiro this series, who is transitioning to the front office in a consulting role. Closer Roberto Osuna will be away from the team for the foreseeable future after he was placed on administrative leave for a domestic dispute with his girlfriend. Finally, Aledmys Diaz  was placed on the 10 day DL with that sprained ankle. He'll likely be out until the end of the month. Here is today's game recap.

Game Treat - Game 36, Seattle Mariners at Toronto Blue Jays - Maple v Maple edition


The Blue Jays are set to face off against Canadian James Paxton, who looked somewhat OK in his last start.

Monday, May 7, 2018

Ten weekly random thoughts: Week 5 Apr 30-May 5


The calendar has turned to May, the second full month of the MLB season. The Blue Jays had a busy week of games with a double header against Cleveland sandwiched between 2 three game series against Minnesota and Tampa Bay. The Blue Jays will be in a dog fight in the AL East with the Yankees and Red Sox looking strong the past 2 weeks. Here are 10 random thoughts from week 5 of the MLB.

Sunday, May 6, 2018

Game #35 Toronto Blue Jays (19-16) @ Tampa Bay Rays (15-17) - game recap

Kevin Pillar was 2-4 at the plate and scored the game winning run with some heads up base running on a wild pitch as the Blue Jays avoided a sweep with a 2-1 victory over the Rays

#35 - Toronto Blue Jays (18-16) at Tampa Bay Rays (15-16)

Artist's rendition of what an implosion of Tropicana Field would look like

Sunday, May 6th | 1:10 pm ET | Tropicana Field |Tampa, Florida
Marco Estrada (RHP, 2-2, 6.19 ERA) vs. Chris Archer (RHP, 2-2, 6.05 ERA)

Saturday, May 5, 2018

Game #34Toronto Blue Jays (18-16) @ Tampa Bay Rays (15-16) - game recap

Tampa Bay Rays CF Mallex Smith was 2-2 at the plate and scored 2 runs as the Rays defeated the Blue Jays 5-3 to take the series win

The Blue Jays were in a difficult position last night, playing their fourth game in three nights in three different cities. The bats were cold last night, scoring 2 runs on 4 hits. Could the Blue Jays even the series at 1? Here is tonight's game recap

#34 - Toronto Blue Jays (18-15) at Tampa Bay Rays (14-16)

The original logo of the Devil Rays, 1998.


Saturday, May 5th | 6:10 pm ET | Tropicana Field | Tampa, Florida
Aaron Sanchez (RHP, 2-2, 4.06 ERA) vs. Jake Faria (RHP, 2-1, 4.60 ERA)

Friday, May 4, 2018

Game #33 Toronto Blue Jays (18-15) @ Tampa Bay Rays (14-16) - game recap

Tampa Bay Rays CF Johnny Field was 3-4 at the plate with a RBI and 2 runs scored as the Rays won the opener of this three-game series 6-2 over the Blue Jays 

Here's something quirky: JA Happ (#33) is starting game #33 for the Blue Jays. Was this a good omen for this game? Here is today's game recap.

no. thirty three 2018: Jays (18-14) at Rays (13-16)


Friday, May 4, 
7:10 PM ET, Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, FL
JA Happ (4-1, 3.50 ERA, 1.03 WHIP, 50 Ks) vs Andrew Kittredge (1-2, 6.23 ERA, 1.62 WHIP, 7 Ks)

Game #32 Toronto Blue Jays (18-14) @ Cleveland Indians (17-14) - game recap

Erik Gonzalez was 3-5 at the plate with 4 RBI and 2 runs scored as the Indians routed the Blue Jays 13-4 in the second game of today's double-header. Toronto won the first game 13-11 in 11 innings

The Blue Jays won a wild one in the first game of the double-header and headed into the second game hoping starter Joe Biagini could pitch deep into the ball game. Here is the game recap from the second game of today's double header.

Thursday, May 3, 2018

Game #31 Toronto Blue Jays (18-13) @ Cleveland Indians (16-14) - game recap

Yangervis Solarte had a big game at the plate going 5-6, including the game-winning grand slam as the Blue Jays took game 1 of the double header 13-11

After yet another rain delay threatened to wipe out one or both games of the double header, the weather cooperated and the game got underway after a 2 hour delay. Here is the game recap from the first game of today's double header

Game #31 and 32? Rainout double header Toronto Blue Jays (17-!3) VS Cleveland racist name (16-13)

                                            Image result for cleveland indians logo     



                                                          May 3, 2018

Note: This will be a doubleheader Game treat because we have no idea whether any games will be played. Normally there would be the game times and line ups posted here, etc.
 Because of the uncertainty of the situation and a game treat must go up, I'm reminded of the old DJF days when Stoeten would put up abbreviated game threats. .

Because of the fluidity of the current conditions, if/when/ the games do commence, if one of you could post the lineups in the comment section, some of us would appreciate it.
And to those of you offended by the brevity of the post, I'll quote somebody you all know.
No.
Stop.
Be Serious.

As a homage to those days.

THIS IS YOUR GAME TREAT < DEAL WITH IT>

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Game #30 Toronto Blue Jays (17-13) @ Minnesota Twins (10-16) - game recap

Eddie Rosario was 2-4 at the plate, including a solo HR as the Twins handed the Blue Jays their first shutout defeat with a 4-0 victory.

In the first two games of this series, suspect defense by the Twins and shaky starting pitching by both sides have been the common themes. The Blue Jays were looking to sweep their second series of the season and head to Cleveland for Thursday's double header feeling good about themselves. Here is today's game recap.

Game 30: Toronto Blue Jays (17-12) at Minnesota Twins (9-16)

Home plate on the original site inside the Mall of America.


Wednesday, May 2nd | 1:10 pm | Target Field | Minneapolis, Minnesota
Marcus Stroman (RHP, 0-3, 8.88 ERA) v. Fernando Romero (MLB debut)

Game #29 Toronto Blue Jays (17-12) @ Minnesota Twins (9-16) - game recap

Kendrys Morales had a huge night at the plate with a pair of HR and a stolen base as the Blue Jays came from behind to beat the Twins 7-4 in extra innings

After a hard fought victory last night, the Blue Jays were looking to extend the win streak to three games. The Blue Jays had a very successful opening month, finishing 16-12. Will May be just as successful? Here is today's game recap.

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Game 29: Toronto Blue Jays (16-12) at Minnesota Twins (9-15)


Tuesday, May 1, 2018
8:10 PM / Target Field / Minneapolis, MN
Marco Estrada (RHP, 2-2, 6.00 ERA) v. Kyle Gibson (RHP, 1-1, 3.33 ERA)