The Toronto Blue Jays struggled last night, and missed key opportunities to score and win the game. They failed to prove themselves against the biggest name in the AL East, the New York Yankees. Still, if the Blue Jays can even get two wins out of this four game series, it'll be a success.
The formula for winning teams is simple: beat up on the bad teams and compete against the good teams. If the Blue Jays take two of four or one of three against good teams, like the Yankees or the Boston Red Sox, and sweep, take two of three or take three of four against bad teams, like the Kansas City Royals, it'll be a successful season.
Marco Estrada is making his fourth start of the season tonight. He didn't allow a hit until the fourth inning against the Baltimore Orioles, but ended up giving up four earned runs on six hits and three walks in just four innings. Estrada struck out five, but the Blue Jays will need a better start from him today if they hope to win.
The Blue Jays have already faced Sonny Gray once this season, on April 1. Gray went four innings in that start, allowing seven hits but only giving up one run. He struck out eight, but threw 89 pitches, a sign of his inefficiency. Still, with a potent bullpen to back him up, keeping the Yankees in the game after four innings is exactly what will let them win.
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