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Despite playing the closest lineup to that of opening day last night, the Blue Jays came short. Tonight, they'll have another chance to redeem themselves. Playing the Phillies for the second straight day, Toronto looks to pull out the win at 6:35 ET. There are only six days until the season opens!

Marco Estrada, concluding his spring training, will get the start for the Blue Jays. He's made four appearances so far, the longest of which came on March 22nd. In that start, he pitched five full innings, striking out five while walking none and allowing just one earned run. His worst appearance of spring was on March 11th, where he gave up two earned runs in 2.1 innings, but since then, he's done nothing but improve.

23-year-old Aaron Nola gets the nod for the Phillies today. This spring, he's already pitched against the Blue Jays twice, on March 2nd and March 17th. In his first appearance, he went two innings and allowed just one base runner, but he fared worse in his second. Over the course of 4.2 innings, he was rocked for four runs, four hits and four walks - not to mention four strikeouts - in an outing of fours.

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Comment on this photo what you think the final score of the game will be (by 6:30), and the closest guess will be featured at the end of the game!

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When you find out you are going to be able to go watch the Jays in the ALCS, because it's close enough to drive!!!! #ButfirstPOSTSEASON #daddypitch #letsgojays #daddysgoodluckcharm

Get turnt up. #LetsgoJays

The energy in here is insane. #LETSGOJAYS #ourmoment #jays #wildcard

Looks like Bo Schultz's injury was a little worse than we thought. He has to have Tommy John surgery today and will miss the whole 2017 season. Hopefully he has a speedy recovery. #bo #schultz #LetsGoJays

Did more teaching then watching with b at our first Jays game. Canada was well represented in Minneapolis! #LetsGoJays

What I would do to be doing a couple handshakes with the blue jays right now #cometogether #LETSGOJAYS ⚾️

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Hey guys! Sorry I haven't been active this past few days. I didn't even post the Memes Tuesday thing!! Don't worry I will be back to normal! #LetsGoJays

Waitin for the Jays season to start like... .. . ⏳😴

Blue Jays lose a close one today 3 to 1 against the Yankees.
J.A. Happ pitched in his final game before the regular season starts. Here was his final line: 4.0 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 0 BB, 2 SO. He got the no decision.
The Jay's one run came courtesy of a RBI single by Gregorio Petit.
as opening day creeps closer only few spring-training games remain. Marcus Stroman will take the mound on Friday against the Pirates for his last start before opening day. This will be a two game series. #LetsGoJays #LetsRise

Looks like Bo Schultz's injury was a little worse than we thought. He has to have Tommy John surgery today and will miss the whole 2017 season. Hopefully he has a speedy recovery. #bo #schultz #LetsGoJays

Counting down the days to the Jays opener! Here at #barwellington , we will be serving $5 tall boys of Budweiser during every Jays game!!! Tag someone you know would enjoy our welly special. #yyz #toronto #the6ix #416 #budweiser #tallboy #jays #letsgojays #jaysopener #bluejays #bautisa #batflip #herebatterbatter #drinkspecials #blogto

Jays Win! Blue jays come off a loss from the phillies the day before and crush them 10-4 in this one.
Marco Estrada made his final start before he takes the mound on opening day. He pitched well going 4 innings giving up 7 hits and allowing 2 runs to score. He walked 2 and struck out 5. He got his first win of the spring.
The Blue Jays runs came courtesy of i'll Troy Tulowitzki solo homerun in a second and a Melvin Upton Jr. 2 run-homerun in the second as well. Bautista had an RBI single and Troy Tulowitzki had a bases-loaded walk to score the 5th run in the 2nd inning. Then Kendrys Morales hit an RBI single in the 4th. An RBI single by Devon Travis in the 5th, Josh Donaldson hit his first homer of the spring with a solo shot in the 5th as well followed by a Mike Ohlman 2-run homerun. The Jays will play their final game in Dunedin tomorrow against the Yankees first pitch is at 1:07. J.A. Happ takes the mound. #LetsGoJays #LetsRise

Were you worried yesterday? Fret no more, fans. Batting, once again, with a lineup extremely similar to that of opening day, the Blue Jays pull out for the big victory in Clearwater against the Philadelphia Phillies. Despite some early pitching struggles, late offense propelled Toronto to a 10-4 victory.

Marco Estrada started the game for the Blue Jays, but he struggled in his four innings of work, despite earning the win. In his last appearance before opening day against the Baltimore Orioles, Estrada allowed four earned run and seven hits, but also struck out five and walked just two. At the same time, however, Phillies starter Aaron Nola lasted just 1.2 innings, giving up five runs to the Blue Jays.

The Blue Jays first struck in the second, with two home runs from Troy Tulowitzki and Melvin Upton Jr. Later in the bat-around inning, Jose Bautista singled in a run and Troy Tulowitzki walked home a run to make the score 5-2 for Toronto. They failed to strike again until the fourth, where they tacked on one run. In the fifth, Devon Travis, who went 3-4, singled home a run, and Josh Donaldson got his first hit of the year on a home run to right field. Mike Ohlman completed the scoring with a two run home run in the eighth.

The guess of the game today goes to @keatonzeidell, who came within two runs of the final score. They commented a 8-4 Blue Jays victory. Great guess!

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Despite playing the closest lineup to that of opening day last night, the Blue Jays came short. Tonight, they'll have another chance to redeem themselves. Playing the Phillies for the second straight day, Toronto looks to pull out the win at 6:35 ET. There are only six days until the season opens!

Marco Estrada, concluding his spring training, will get the start for the Blue Jays. He's made four appearances so far, the longest of which came on March 22nd. In that start, he pitched five full innings, striking out five while walking none and allowing just one earned run. His worst appearance of spring was on March 11th, where he gave up two earned runs in 2.1 innings, but since then, he's done nothing but improve.

23-year-old Aaron Nola gets the nod for the Phillies today. This spring, he's already pitched against the Blue Jays twice, on March 2nd and March 17th. In his first appearance, he went two innings and allowed just one base runner, but he fared worse in his second. Over the course of 4.2 innings, he was rocked for four runs, four hits and four walks - not to mention four strikeouts - in an outing of fours.

TV: N/A.
Radio: MLB.com, 94 WIP.

Comment on this photo what you think the final score of the game will be (by 6:30), and the closest guess will be featured at the end of the game!

#Toronto #BlueJays #Philadelphia #Phillies #Jays #GoJays #LetsGOJays #LetsRise #OurMoment #ComeTogether #HistoryIsNow #SpringTraining #Baseball #MLB #VIEWS #6ix

Correction: Toronto's record is 10-17.

It's only spring training.

Playing with a lineup extremely similar to that of opening day, the Blue Jays fall - and shatter - against the Philadelphia Phillies in the first night game of spring training. From the beginning, pitching wasn't sharp in Aaron Sanchez's last start of the spring, but the offense went quiet in the first of two back-to-back games against Philadelphia.

In his start, Aaron Sanchez, went 3.1 innings, slightly shorter than his last spring outing. He allowed five hits and three walks, while striking out two, but his lack of command and dissidence with the strike zone can be attributed to a blister on his hand, as John Gibbons told reporters after the game. Toronto's only offense came in the bottom of the third, when Russell Martin hit a solo home run to right field.

Following Sanchez, Joe Biagini was strong, but Roberto Osuna, in his first appearance back from the WBC, faced trouble. After an error, he gave up a two run home run, which concluded the day's scoring in the fifth.

Today's guess of the game goes to @damonn_watt, who was one of two to comment a Phillies-sided score. They commented 6-3 Philadelphia. Great guess!

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And here is your weekly schedule!! After Saturday, Spring Training ends!! The Blue Jays will have an off day on Thursday. Then they will go to Montreal to play the Pirates for 2 straight games on Friday and Saturday!! Comment your predictions on how you think this week will go!! #BlueJays #WeeklySchedule #LetsGoJays #SpringTraining #Toronto #The6ix

With just three games left before the Blue Jays head to Montreal, and five games until opening day, spring is winding down rapidly. Today, Toronto will face the Phillies at 6:07 EST, the first Blue Jay night game of the season.

Aaron Sanchez will get the start for the Blue Jays in his final spring training game. With Marcus Stroman and Francisco Liriano lined up to pitch the two games in Montreal, Sanchez won't start until April 8th against the Tampa Bay Rays in an effort to limit his innings once again in 2017. So far in spring, he's started just two games, pitching 3.1 innings with just one hit (a home run) but four walks in his most recent appearance.

Vince Velasquez, 24-years-old, starts for the Phillies today. He made his major league debut in 2015 with the Houston Astros, before being traded to the Phillies last offseason. In 2016, he started 24 games for Philadelphia, posting a 4.12 ERA and 1.33 WHIP over 131 innings pitched. He's currently working on becoming more efficient, especially after his start on March 16th, where he threw 40 pitches in just over three innings.

TV: N/A.
Radio: MLB.com, 94 WIP.

Comment on this photo what you think the final score of the game will be (by 1:00), and the closest guess will be featured at the end of the game!

#Toronto #BlueJays #Philadelphia #Phillies #Jays #GoJays #LetsGOJays #LetsRise #OurMoment #ComeTogether #HistoryIsNow #SpringTraining #Baseball #MLB #VIEWS #6ix

One week away from another Blue Jays season opener! #LetsGoJays

The Jays go 1-1 in the split squad games today by beating the Tigers but losing to the Orioles.
Casey Lawrence pitched well on the mound today going five innings giving up 2 runs and 6 hits and striking out 3. He picked up the no decision.
The Jays runs came courtesy of a sac fly Ryan Mcbroom, a solo homer from Ryan Mcbroom and then Alex Monslave and Christian Lopes also followed with solo homers.
The Jays will host the Phillies tomorrow night at 6:07. Aaron Sanchez gets the start. #LetsGoJays #LetsRise

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