Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Game #73 Atlanta Braves (43-30) @ Toronto Blue Jays (34-39) - game recap

JA Happ pitched 8.1 strong innings as the Blue Jays defeated the Braves 5-4 to earn the series split. The two teams will meet again July 10-11 in Atlanta.

This was a key game that the Blue Jays will want to win with the team embarking on a difficult west coast road trip that starts tomorrow in Anaheim. Last night, they were trounced by the Braves, who jumped all over some shoddy pitching. Today, the Blue Jays sent ace JA Happ to the mound, looking for his 9th win of the season. Could he be the tonic for the Blue Jays? Here is today's game recap.

Game highlights

  • The Blue Jays took the lead in the bottom of the 1st as Kendrys Morales crushed a 2 run HR into the upper deck that also scored Justin Smoak
  • The Braves got one back in the top of the 2nd as Kurt Suzuki homered into the Blue Jays bullpen
  • The Braves tied it in the top of the 3rd on a Peter Bourjos homer to left
  • The Blue Jays retook the lead in the bottom of the 4th as Randal Grichuk doubled home Morales
  • Russell Martin scored on a sac fly by the next batter, Aledmys Diaz
  • Anibal Sanchez pitching line: 5IP 5H 4R (all earned) 4BB 7K 97 pitches (54 for strikes)
  • The Blue Jays added an insurance run in the bottom of the 7th as Yangervis Solarte singled to score Devon Travis
  • JA Happ pitching line: 8.1IP 6H 3R (all earned) 0BB 8K 113 pitches (79 for strikes)
  • The Braves got one back in the 9th as Suzuki singled to score Freddie Freeman.
  • Two batters later, Ender Inciarte singled home Nick Markakis
  • Ryan Tepera escaped the jam for his 5th save of the season
  • Final score: Blue Jays 5 Braves 4
My take 

  • JA Happ was excellent today. He pitched 8 strong innings, giving up a pair of solo HR on inside fastball attempts that didn't quite get in far enough. He gave 4 singles, 2 in the 9th and unfortunately both runners came around to score. Happ retired the side in order in the 1st, 4th, 5th, 6th and 8th innings
  • Kendrys Morales and Aledmys Diaz both had good days at the plate with 2 for 3 efforts.
  • Russell Martin continues to struggle at the plate, his average actually dropped 2 points to .163 but he did draw 2 walks and he did a nice job calling a good game for JA Happ.
  • It was nice to see the Blue Jays bounce back after a tough game yesterday.
  • Up next, they embark on a week long road trip, starting tomorrow in Anaheim. The Blue Jays will not face Shohei Ohtani, who could be looking at Tommy John surgery for his elbow. The Blue Jays lost the series in Toronto back in May. They will have to pitch carefully to Mike Trout, who is having another MVP-like season with a .333BA, 23 HR, 1.158OPS and 48RBI. Thursday's pitching matchup sees righty Aaron Sanchez up against Angels lefty Tyler Skaggs.

no. 73 - Atlanta Braves (43-29) at Toronto Blue Jays (33-39)

Amazing they still embrace this, huh?


Wednesday, June 20, 2018 | 12:37 pm
Rogers Centre | Toronto, ON
Anibal Sanchez (3-0, 1.93, 0.96 whip) vs. J.A. Happ (8-3, 3.48, 1.06 whip)


PREAMBLE:

After an 11-4 win in yesterday's opener of a short series, the Braves look to sweep the Jays.  The Jays, meanwhile, look to get back on the winning horse again after sweeping the Nationals.

This should be a decent pitching matchup with current ace J.A. Happ going up against Anibal Sanchez, who has performed well in a small sample size so far this season.

This game is going to be aired exclusively on Facebook as a yet-another-fuck-you to fans that don't have Facebook (i.e. yours truly).  A further fuck-you to the fans:  A 12:37 game time.


NOTES:

Sam Gaviglio has been placed on the paternity list and Lourdes Gurriel Jr. has been called up.  Hearty congrats to Sammy as his wife gave birth to a daughter yesterday.

Here's a new one for you:  Brandon Morrow is hurt again -- that's not the surprising thing, but the reason is.  He strained his back while taking his pants off after a game.  Really.

There needs to be greater appreciation for guys such as Nick Markakis.  Other than the one season where he had a 7.4 bWAR, his overall WAR numbers season-by-season aren't overwhelming but just consistent.  I'll bet the average fan has no idea that he's got 2100 hits, 1000 runs scored, 450 doubles and 920 RBIs at the age of 34.  If he stays healthy and consistent for another five years after this one, he'll finish with 3000 hits, 1300 runs, 600 doubles and 1200 RBI.  Possibly the quietest 2000+ hits in baseball history.  Here's hoping he finally makes the All-Star team this season.


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This is your "bring back the unsweepable mantra" game thread.


Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Game #72 Atlanta Braves (43-29) @ Toronto Blue Jays (33-39) - game recap

Braves No. 9 hitter Charlie Culberson was 4-5 at the plate with 5 RBI and 2 runs scored and he sacrificed his body to make a great catch in LF to save a pair of runs as the Braves routed the Blue Jays 11-4

After a terrific series vs. the Nationals on the weekend, the Blue Jays were looking to continue their good play of late against a Braves team, who came into their series winners of 5 of their last 6 games, They had Jose Bautista for a couple of weeks but released him a couple of weeks ago Tonight, Toronto fans got to see Calgary native Mike Soroka on the mound. Canadian citizem Freddie Freeman is also on the team and batted 3rd and played 1B tonight. Ex Vancouver Canadian Kurt Suzuki was in the lineup and batting 6th as the DH tonight. The last time theses two teams met was last year and the Braves took three of four. Macus Stroman hit a home run in the Blue Jays 9-0 victory in Atlanta. Oh, and welcome back to Alex Antropolous, who put the rosters together for the 2015/2016 playoff runs. Here is today's game recap.

Game highlights

  • The Braves took the lead in the top of the second as Johan Camargo hit a grand slam scoring Kurt Suzuki, Charlie Culberson and Ender Inciarte
  • The Blue Jays got one back in the bottom half of the inning as Randal Grichuk scored on a Luke Maile ground out
  • The Braves added one more in the top of the 4th as Culberson homered to left-center
  • Jaime Garcia pitching line 3IP 5H 5R (all earned) 3BB 2K 64 pitches (34 for strikes)
  • The Blue Jays got one back in the bottom of the inning as Maile singled home Kevin Pillar
  • The Braves added two more in the top of the 5th as Inciarte doubled home Nick Markakis and Suzuki
  • The next batter Camargo singled to score Inciarte 
  • The Blue Jays got a pair back in the bottom of the inning as Yangervis Solarte hit a ground rule double that scored  Justin Smoak and Teoscar Hernandez
  • Michael Soroka pitching line 5IP 8H 4R (all earned) 2BB 2K 77 pitches (48 for strikes)
  • The Braves added one more in the top of the 8th as Ozzie Albies doubled to score Camargo
  • The Braves added yet another one in the top of the 9th as Inciarte doubled to score Culberson
  • Three batters later, Dansby Swanson doubled home Inciarte 
  • Final score: Braves 11 Blue Jays 4
My take 

  • It was another rough outing for Jaime Garcia, his second in a row. His last start he gave up 4 runs on 4 hits while walking 4 over 5 innings. This was a crucial start for Garcia because someone will need to leave the rotation to make room for Marcus Stroman, who is now ready to return (unless the Blue Jays opt for a 6 man rotation). Garcia actually had a good start to the game, getting the first five batters he faced. Then Kurt Suzuki doubled and Garcia lost the strike zone walking the next two batters and Johan Camargo brought them all home with a no-doubter grand slam. He had a decent 3rd inning, giving up just a two out walk, but then he fell apart in the 4th, giving up three straight hits to start the inning and was pulled. The Blue Jays now have an interesting decision to make in five days when Stroman will likely be activated from the DL. Both Garcia and Sam Gaviglio have had moments where they've looked good and moments where one wonders if they'd be better suited for a long man role in the bullpen.
  • Here's a piece of good news: everyone in today's line up is now batting .200 or better. Russell Martin is the only Blue Jay hitting below the Mendoza line.
  • The bullpen was not good today. Blue Jays relievers gave up 6 runs on 9 hits and 3 walks in 6 innings of work today. Joe Biagini actually looked good today, giving up just one hit in 1.1 innings I honestly thought John Gibbons might bring in Kendrys Morales or Russell Martin to pitch if Aaron Loup didn't get the next batter or two, as he was nearing 20 pitches.
  • Up next, the Blue Jays look for the series split before heading on a tough road trip out west. JA Happ will be pitching against righty Anibal Sanchez. By the way, tomorrow's game is on Facebook so you better sign up tonight or activate your account if you want to watch the game tomorrow.

no. 72 - Atlanta Braves (42-29) vs. Toronto Blue Jays (33-38)



Tuesday, June 19, 2018 | 7:07 pm
Rogers Centre | Toronto, ON
Mike Soroka (RHP, 2-1, 2.57, 1.29 whip) vs. Jaime Garcia (LHP, 2-5, 5.71, 1.56 whip)


PREAMBLE:

It's the RETURN OF ALEX A.A. ANTHOPOULOS as a G.M. of the Baaaarves!  I can imagine that Oakville has stocked his living room full of red wine and Greek olives in preparation for this long-awaited reunion-of-sorts.

As well, it's a second debut for Mike Soroka, the 20-year-old from Calgary, who is making his first major league appearance on Canadian soil.  He comes in having made four solid starts as a Brave to start his career.

More Canadian content - Freddie Freeman is having an MVP-type of season for the Braves, hitting .337/.427/.585 (the latter two leads the NL) with 15 HR so far.

The Blue Jays look to continue their inter-league dominance, having gone 6-2 so far this season, including a sweep of a (allegedly) strong Washington Nationals team this past weekend.


Monday, June 18, 2018

Ten weekly random thoughts - week 11 May 11-17


The past three weeks have served to show where the Blue Jays stand against AL East opponents. In the last 2 and a half weeks, they were swept by Boston, NY Yankees and Tampa Bay and they swept the Baltimore Orioles, who are on a historically bad streak and are the only team in the MLB with less than 20 wins. This puts Toronto 4th in the AL East, better than Baltimore but worse than the Yankees, Red Sox and Rays. Against Boston, NY and Tampa Bay combined this season, the Blue Jays have a 6-19 record and against Baltimore, their record is  6-1. Boston and NY are built to win now whereas Tampa Bay is in a similar situation as the Blue Jays where they are playing a number of stop-gap players in their lineup and pitching staff while their prospects are developing. Baltimore is, well, Baltimore. The Orioles have not been getting good pitching and Manny Machado is essentially the only dangerous hitter you have to worry about in their lineup. On that happy note, here are ten random thoughts from the 11th week of the MLB.

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Game #71 Washington Nationals (37-31) @ Toronto Blue Jays (33-38) - game recap

Randal Grichuk had a huge day at the plate with 2 HR and 4 RBI as the Blue Jays defeated the Nationals 8-6 to complete the series sweep.

Happy Father's day to all dad's in JITH. You guys have been an amazing addition to our game threads and blog. After winning the first two in this series, the Blue Jays were looking for their second series sweep in three series. Toronto took the first 2 games on the strength of their pitching and some timely hitting. A win today would be huge, giving the Blue Jays a guaranteed winning home stand before heading on a difficult road trip to Anaheim and Houston, starting on Thursday. Here is today's game recap.

no. 71 - Washington Nationals (37-30) at Toronto Blue Jays (32-38)



Sunday, June 17, 2018 | 1:07 pm
Rogers Centre | Toronto, Ontario
Tanner Roark (3-7, 3.63, 1.11 whip) vs. Sam Gaviglio (2-2, 3.66, 1.16 whip)

Saturday, June 16, 2018

Game #70 Washington Nationals (37-30) @ Toronto Blue Jays (32-38) - game recap

Marco Estrada pitched 6.2 strong innings to lead the Blue Jays to a 2-0 victory over the Washington Nationals.

After a nice win against a lefty starter, something Toronto has struggled with, having dropped 11 straight vs. southpaw starters leading up to yesterday's victory the Blue Jays faced a different kind of challenge. They were matched up against Max Scherzer, a 2-time Cy Young winner, who is looking like a favorite to repeat as Cy Young champion.. Last time Scherzer faced Toronto, Kevin Pillar took him yard twice. Could the Blue Jays get to him again? Here is today's game recap.

no. 70 - Washington Nationals (37-29) at Toronto Blue Jays (31-38)



Saturday, June 16, 2018 | 4:07 pm
Rogers Centre | Toronto, ON
Mad Max Scherzer (10-2, 2.00, 0.85 whip) vs. Marco Estrada (3-6, 5.09, 1.37 whip)

Friday, June 15, 2018

Game #69 Washington Nationals (37-29) @ Toronto Blue Jays (31-38) - game recap

Yangervis Solarte blasted a pair of 2 run HR as the Blue Jays beat the Nationals 6-5

Another game, another interleague opponent. Tonight, the Blue Jays began a three game set against the Washington Nationals. The last time these foes met, the Blue Jays won the series 2 games to 1. Bryce Harper had 5 hits in that series, including a pair of doubles.Marco Estrada won the middle game of that series. Here is tonight's game recap.

no. 69 (cue sophomoric giggling) - Washington Nationals (37-28) at Toronto Blue Jays (30-38)



Friday, June 15, 2018 | 7:07 pm
Rogers Centre | Toronto, Ontario
Gio Gonzalez (LHP, 6-2, 2.65, 1.31 whip) vs. Aaron Sanchez (RHP, 3-5, 4.33, 1.50 whip)


PREAMBLE:

Congratulations to the Toronto Blue Jays as they managed to not lose a game yesterday for a change.  (shhh, don't remind me that they didn't play yesterday).

The wait is over -- fans of the Blue Jays will finally get to see a 19-year-old phenom.  Except, it's not Vladdy Jr, but rather Juan Soto, who is hitting .344/.447/.641 with five HRs in 64 at-bats since being called up.

Can the Blue Jays snap their long, non-oriLOLe streak of futility against the team that inspired the 'Nappening' team-bonding that sparked their (eventual) playoff run in 2015?


Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Game #68 Toronto Blue Jays (30-38) @ Tampa Bay Rays (32-35) - game recap

Rays 3B Matt Duffy drove in the game-winning run in the bottom of the 9th as the Rays Beat the Blue Jays 1-0 to complete the series sweep.

Tropicana Field continues to be Toronto's own little house of horrors. The Blue Jays dropped the first 2 despite not facing a true starting pitcher in the second game. The good news? The Blue Jays don't face the Rays again until August 10-12 (my birthday weekend!) in Toronto and they don't return to Tropicana field until the final weekend of the season. At that time the Blue Jays will likely have a much different look to their lineup and rotation with several players likely to be dealt in the next 6 weeks or so. Here is today's game recap.

no. 68 - Toronto Sacrificial Lambs (30-37) vs. Tampa Bay Rays (31-35)



Wednesday, June 13, 2018 | 1:10 pm
Tropicana Field | St. Petersburg, FL
J.A. Happ (8-3, 3.71, 1.08 whip) vs. Wilmer Font (0-3, 9.59, 1.78 whip)

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Game #67 Toronto Blue Jays (30-37) @ Tampa Bay Rays (31-35) - game recap

Rays catcher Wilson Ramos hit a key 2 run HR and called a great game behind the plate as the Rays defeated the Blue Jays 4-1. Toronto looks to avoid being swept tomorrow afternoon

After a tough loss where it felt like every time the Blue Jays got the lead it was extinguished immediately, the Blue Jays were looking to get back to their winning ways against a plethora of Rays relievers. Here is today's game recap.

no. 67 - Toronto Blue Jays (30-36) at Tampa Bay Rays (30-35)



Tuesday, June 12, 2018 | 7:10 pm
Tropicana Field | St. Petersburg, Florida


Monday, June 11, 2018

Game #66 Toronto Blue Jays (30-36) @ Tampa Bay Rays (30-35) - game recap

Tampa Bay Rays 1b was 2-3 at the plate, including hitting his first career HR as the Rays doubled up on the Blue Jays 8-4

After a terrific weekend where the Toronto Blue Jays dominated the Baltimore Orioles  for 4 games, the Blue Jays were looking to extend their winning streak to a season-high 5 games. Devon Travis made his return to the lineup after missing a pair of games with knee soreness. Here is today's game recap.

#66 - Toronto Blue Jays (30-35) at Tampa Bay Rays (29-35)

Mmm, that's a head scratcher.  The label for this pix says "Tropicana Field" but there's all those people in there.
They have people that actually go to ballgames in Tampa?


Monday, June 11, 2018 | 7:10 pm
House of Horrors, aka The Trop | St. Petersburg, FL


Ten weekly random thoughts - week 10 - June 4-10


One week into June and things are looking up for the Blue Jays. They won 4 in a row for the first time in 8 weeks, they got their first series win since the May 25-27 series against the Philadelphia Phillies and their first series sweep since April 17-18 vs the KC Royals. Both the bats and the pitching have come around this week, saving John Gibbons job for now. Here are ten random thoughts from the 10th week of the MLB.

Sunday, June 10, 2018

Game #65 Baltimore Orioles (19-45) @ Toronto Blue Jays (30-35) - game recap

Curtis Granderson was 4-5 at the plate with 6RBI and 2 runs scored as the Blue Jays routed the Orioles 13-3 and swept the 4 game series and finished the home stand 4-2

The Blue Jays were looking to do something they haven't done since April 17-18 vs. the KC Royals: sweep a series. A win today would give the Blue Jays some momentum heading into a three game series in Tampa Bay. So many good things have happened this week. The bats have gotten hot again, the pitchers have all had at least one solid start where they pitched into the 6th inning, and they've won three games in extra innings. Here is today's game recap.

Game #65 Baltimore Orioles (19-44) at Toronto Blue Jays (29-35)


Sunday, June 10th, 2018
11:07 EDT / Skydome / Toronto, Ontario
Alex Cobb (2-7, 6.19 ERA) v. Marco Estrada (2-6, 5.29 ERA)

Saturday, June 9, 2018

Game #64 Baltimore Orioles (19-44) @ Toronto Blue Jays (29-35) - game recap

Yangervis Solarte was 2-5 at the plate with a RBI and a run scored as the Blue Jays won 4-3 in extra innings over the Orioles. Tomorrow they go for the series sweep.

Two wins in a row. A win today would give the Blue Jays their first series win since April 30-May 2 vs the Minnesota twins. It would be their first home series win since May 17-18 against the KC Royals. It's been clear the first two games that the Blue Jays are superior to the Orioles at the moment. Here is today's game recap.

Game #64 Baltimore Orioles (19-43) at Toronto Blue Jays (28-35)


Saturday, June 9th, 2018
11:07 EDT / Skydome / Toronto, Ontario
Kevin Gausman (3-5, 4.63 ERA) v. AA-Ron Sanchez (3-5, 4.48 ERA)

Friday, June 8, 2018

Game #63 Baltimore Orioles (19-43) @ Toronto Blue Jays (28-35) - game recap

JA Happ pitched 7 strong innings for his 100th career win as the Blue Jays won their second straight game with a 5-1 victory over the Baltimore Orioles

After a terrific comeback victory last night, the Blue Jays were looking for their first multi-game win streak since April 29-30. This is an ideal opponent to string some wins together as the Orioles have been even worse than the Blue Jays. Offensively, Manny Machado is the main threat to worry about, and he could be traded in the next 6 weeks or so. Here is today's game recap.

Game #63 Baltimore Orioles (19-42 at Toronto Blue Jays (27-35)


Friday, June 8th, 2018
7:07 EDT / Skydome / Toronto, Ontario
Andrew Cashner (2-7, 5.02 ERA) v. JA Happ (7-3, 4.08 ERA)

Thursday, June 7, 2018

Game #62 Baltimore Orioles (19-42) @ Toronto Blue Jays (27-35) - game recap

Randal Grichuk was 3-4 at the plate and scored the tying run as the Blue Jays had a huge comeback win 5-4 over the Orioles in 10 innings

This could be a really important series for the Blue Jays in that if they drop this one or are swept, it could spell the end for John Gibbons. The Blue Jays have to take advantage of the next 7 games against weaker opponents. Next weekend, the Washington Nationals are in town, followed by the Atlanta Braves. Then the Blue Jays embark on a tough road trip where they will face Ohtani and the Angels followed by the uber tough Astros pitching staff. Here is today's game recap.

Game #62 Baltimore Orioles (19-41) at Toronto Blue Jays (26-35)


Thursday, June 7th, 2018
7:07 EDT / Skydome / Toronto, Ontario
David Hess (2-2, 3.47 ERA) v. Jaime Garcia (2-4, 6.08 ERA)

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Game #61 New York Yankees (40-18) @ Toronto Blue Jays (26-35) - game recap

Aaron Judge hit the game-winning 2 run HR as the Yankees beat the Blue Jays 3-0 in 13 innings to sweep the 2-game series.

After a rough game where the Yankees scored 7 runs off a grand slam and a three-run HR last night, the Blue Jays were looking for the series sweep. Here is today's game recap.

Game #61...New York good players (39-18) @ Toronto bad players (26-34)

Wednesday June 6th, 2018
7:07PM EDT / SkyDome / The Six 
Sonny Grey (4-4, 5.50 ERA, 1.60 WHIP, 50 K)
v. Sammy G! (2-1, 3.32 ERA, 1.02 WHIP, 22 K)

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Game #60 New York Yankees (39-18) @ Toronto Blue Jays (26-34) - game recap

Yankees CF Aaron Hicks broke the game open with a 3 run HR as the Bronx Bombers beat the struggling Toronto Blue Jays 7-2

After a tough road trip where the Blue Jays went 3-6, the team returns home hoping to build some momentum on a 6 game road trip against division foes NY Yankees (tonight and tomorrow) and Baltimore Orioles. The Yankees are coming off a split of a double header yesterday vs. Detroit. Marco Estrada is hoping June will be a more positive month for him after compiling a 2-6 record with a 5.68 ERA through the first 2 months of the season. Marcus Stroman is taking another step in his rehab from shoulder inflammation as he is slated to throw three innings in a simulated game this week. Hopefully he'll be sent on a rehab assignment soon. Here is today's game recap.

Game #60! New York Yankers (38-18) @ Toronto Blue Birds (26-33)

Tuesday June 5th, 2018
7:07PM EDT / SkyDome / The Six 
C.C. Sabathia (2-3, 3.73 ERA, 1.26 WHIP, 38 K)
v. Marco Estrada (2-6, 5.68 ERA, 1.47 WHIP, 42 K)

Monday, June 4, 2018

Ten weekly random thoughts - week 9 May 28-June 3


A third of the season, 2 full month and 6 days are in the books. May was a disastrous month all around. The Blue Jays failed to win more than one game at a time and were swept twice, including the final three in May. The offence, defense and pitching have all struggled the past month. Here are ten random thoughts from week 9 of the MLB season.

Sunday, June 3, 2018

Game #59 Toronto Blue Jays (26-33) @ Detroit Tigers (28-31) - game recap

Randal Grichuk was 2-4 at the plate with 3 RBI and 2 runs scored as the Blue Jays beat the Tigers 
8-4 to snap a 5 game losing streak and avoid being swept 2 straight series

#59 - Toronto Blue Jays (25-33) at Detroit Tigers (28-30)


Sunday, June 3, 2018 | 1:10 pm
Comerica Park | Detroit, Michigan



Saturday, June 2, 2018

Game #58 Toronto Blue Jays (25-33) @ Detroit Tigers (28-30) - game recap

Tigers catcher John Hicks drove in a pair of runs in the 8th inning as the Tigers handed the Blue Jays their 5th straight loss with a 7-4 victory.

After a difficult game Friday that saw the Blue Jays lose after allowing a big inning of 4 runs on 6 hits, the Blue Jays were looking to snap a 4 game losing streak and even their record in June and the series. Here is today's game recap.

#58 - Toronto Blue Jays (25-32) at Detroit Tigers (27-30)

Old Tiger Stadium

Saturday, June 2, 2018 | 4:10 pm
Comerica Park | Detroit, Michigan
J.A. Happ (7-3, 3.84) vs. Matthew Boyd (3-4, 3.00)

Friday, June 1, 2018

Game #57 Toronto Blue Jays (25-32) @ Detroit Tigers (27-30) - game recap

Nicholas Castellanos was 3-4 at the plate with a solo HR as the Tigers took the opener of the 3-game series 5-2 over the struggling Blue Jays 

First game of June after an ugly month of May that saw the Blue Jays swept to end the month. Some reasons to hope? The injured players are slowly coming back. Aledmys Diaz and Randal Grichuk returned from respective ankle and knee injuries. Josh Donaldson was placed on the DL with his troublesome calf injury. The prospects are continuing to shine in AAA and AA. Look for some promotions soon. Could the Blue Jays snap a 3 game losing streak and start June with a win? Here is today's game recap.

#57 - Toronto Blue Jays (25-31) at Detroit Tigers (26-30)


Friday, June 1, 2018 | 7:10 pm ET
Comerica Park | Detroit, Michigan

(2-3, 5.52)
vs.
(1-0, 2.70)