The Blue Jays have won back to back series.
It seemed like the Jays were the only team who had a tough time hitting Orioles pitching last year, but this is 2018 and we have some new hitters who weren't Blue Jays last year. Hopefully they are immune from the hitting zapping powers and can score us some runs.
If the Jays were to end up in a save situation tonight, Roberto Osuna could hit a big milestone:
Roberto Osuna can become youngest pitcher in MLB history to reach 100 career saves per #BlueJays— Ben Nicholson-Smith (@bnicholsonsmith) April 9, 2018
He's now 23 years and 61 days old with 99 saves. Youngest ever to 100? Francisco Rodriguez, who got there at 24 years, 246 days old
Randal Grichuk gets the day off, so Steve Pearce will fill in in right field. Justin Smoak will DH.
|TORONTO BLUE JAYS||BALTIMORE ORIOLES|
|Curtis Granderson - LF||Trey Mancini - LF|
|Josh Donaldson - 3B||Manny Machado - SS|
|Justin Smoak - DH||Jonathan Schoop - 2B|
|Steve Pearce - RF||Adam Jones - CF|
|Kendrys Morales - 1B||Chris Davis - 1B|
|Russell Martin - C||Danny Valencia - DH|
|Kevin Pillar - CF||Tim Beckham - 3B|
|Devon Travis - 2B||Anthony Santander - RF|
|Aledmys Diaz - SS||Caleb Joseph - C|
|J.A. Happ - LHP||Dylan Bundy - RHP|
GO JAYS GO!
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