I don’t know about the Jays, but I needed the off day yesterday. And what I need from them today is to score runs. Plural. Many.
There isn’t much for Blue Jays news at the moment, likely because I have a short period of time before I play tennis, and I’d like to post something. As soon as I leave to play, they will make news.
Cavan Biggio starts a rehab assignment in Buffalo today. I’m guessing they will extend it as long as they can to see if Cavan can find his swing. He seems a smart guy. I’m sure he can figure it out.
And there is this:
Congrats to @gabriel_mo13!— Buffalo Bisons (@BuffaloBisons) May 10, 2022
He's our @ADPROSports Player of the Week! pic.twitter.com/6845krJKjE
Which, I know, will mean that people will want him up now now now. But I wouldn’t be surprised if it happens around the All-Star break.
This is very nice, though I’m not sure that the word compete fits the video.
Central Park, New York— Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays) May 9, 2022
Yusei Kikuchi is ALWAYS ready to compete! pic.twitter.com/2PGThgVKZ0
As always, don’t read the comments.
Today’s Lineup, pretty much the normal group:
We're back in the Bronx! #NextLevel pic.twitter.com/EBsVRvnPVX— Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays) May 10, 2022
Not Blue Jays, but Josh Naylor had himself a day yesterday. The first player in MLB history to hit a Grand Slam and a 3-run homer after the eighth inning of a game. He had eight RBIs in all. And he’s a good Canadian boy.
OH. MY. GOODNESS!!!— Bally Sports Cleveland (@BallySportsCLE) May 10, 2022
JOSH. NAYLOR. #ForTheLand pic.twitter.com/0u4Dhy6GkA