The Toronto Blue Jays are seeing improved team defense, partly thanks to Santiago Espinal. He should be the everyday 3B for 2021 The Toronto Blue Jays have been talking about the need for improved defense for a long time and bringing in George Springer and Marcus Semien was meant to address that.
The Blue Jays had a shopping list heading into the Trade Deadline and a lefty bat was on there. They came away without one and we look at if that’s a problem The Toronto Blue Jays had themselves a Trade Deadline.
The Blue Jays’ front office have been telling us their plan for years. We are now able to put the pieces together and see it paying off The Toronto Blue Jays are turning a corner in their stated goals.
The past two years have been hard on everyone, including Corey Dickerson. In the last 24 months, the outfielder has suffered a foot injury that held him out for seven weeks, was traded to a new team from a different country playing in a minor league park, and had his grandfather and father die.
Robbie Ray’s grunts resonated through Rogers Centre for the first time Monday. Whiffs have accompanied Ray’s audible exclamations all season, but in the opening innings against Cleveland, the grunts were met with loud contact.
Insert your Hand pun here. Cleveland 5 Blue Jays 2 (10 innings) We really have to score more than two runs if we want to win. Brad Hand had a rough time, but you aren’t going to win with two runs very often.
José Berríos blanks the Royals in his Blue Jays debut Royals 1 @ Blue Jays 5 New Blue Jays starter José Berríos did not utterly dominate the Royals, but he and his filthy curveball did their jobs in his Toronto debut as the Jays completed a sweep of the Royals in the 2021 Rogers Centre opening series.
The Blue Jays will play home games in Buffalo through at least next Wednesday, but Canada deputy chief public health officer Dr. Howard Njoo said Thursday the club's return to Rogers Centre in Toronto is "trending in a very good direction."