Blue Jays had the most power losing Game 1 to Rays


Before Rays right-handed Nick Anderson entered the first game of the AL wild Card tour on Tuesday, the normally prolific Blue Jays squad only managed two hits and compounded 10 times over 6 1/3 of innings.

With runners first and second in seventh, Anderson jammed Teuscar Hernandez with a quick double kick, forcing an exit, and Joe Panick retired across the exit line. Anderson worked around a pair of strikes in the next frame, allowing one run, to prepare teammate Peter Fairbanks to save his debut of the season.

In limiting damage, Anderson kept one of the team’s best performances against the powerful Blue Jays in 2020. Toronto scored more than five runs in every game this year before losing 3-1 in the first game. In the sixth inning.

Toronto is now facing dismissal because its crime has vanished, not because of Staff fear that are inadequate Failure to perform.

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The Blue Jays have been preparing to be attacking giants for many years, in large part because Kavan Bigio (116 careers in OPS +), Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (109 careers in OPS +) and Beau Bechet (137 careers in OPS +) are at the top of their rankings. The young trio won’t reach the free agency until 2026. Complementary pioneers Randall Grechuk (106 OPS + career), Lourdes Juriel Jr. (123 OPS + career) and Hernandez (114 OPS + career) contracted until at least 2024.

But the group’s first launch in October for baseball on Tuesday was poor, and with the exception of a rapid turnaround in this series’ best of 3, their debut after the season will be short-lived.

While some Blue Jays fans blamed Director Charlie Montoyo for making many pitch changes in Game 1, the combination of Matt Shoemaker and four painkillers allowed only four hits and kept the competition close. Meanwhile, it took the top four in the Toronto ranking eight times and went 1 to 13.

The Rays represent a tough hurdle for the Blue Jays fighters, they may be nervous on a stage they were not supposed to reach soon. Snell is one of the best aces in MLB, and predictable Game 2 player Tyler Glasnow can be equally effective at getting hitters chasing the fields outside of the strike zone. Pulp Base Tampa Bay is loaded with missile arms.

Plus, as AL No. 8 seed, it was always difficult to get Toronto ahead.

The worst case scenario is that the Blue Jays’ group of talented but inexperienced hitters will leave the hectic year of 2020 after they absorbed the feeling of being in the qualifiers. Regardless of a possible Game 2 and match 3 outcome, then, the club can enjoy the solace in gaining this mental advantage, even if it becomes baffling that its bats stop production after being reliable all year.

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