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The Toronto Blue Jays social media accounts yesterday pumped out the phrase, "New week, new streak," taking aim at the fact that the Blue Jays ended a four-game losing streak with a feel-good win against the Los Angeles Angels. It was only one win (and perhaps not a streak, depending on your definition), but it felt like more than that. It felt good.

Aaron Sanchez missed nearly all of last season with his blister on his right hand, and the impacts of that is being shown in full view this year. He's ranked third in all of Major League Baseball in walks, a clear show of his minimized command. He last gave up four runs in four innings against the Oakland Athletics.

Tyler Skaggs hasn't given up more than two earned runs since the middle of April, bringing his streak to five consecutive games. During that time, he's walked eight while striking out 32. In his career, he has an ERA of 3.86 against the Blue Jays, coming in four starts.

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Another day, another baseball game except we actually won! @naytaneja
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Shohei Ohtani isn't the only two-way star playing in Toronto this week.

Kendrys Morales, who pitched a scoreless inning in the 9-2 drubbing of the Toronto Blue Jays on Sunday, homered and singled in Toronto's 5-3 victory over the Los Angeles Angels Tuesday, providing some sense of production after a season marked by ineffectiveness.

The win ended a four-game Blue Jays losing streak, the longest of the 2018 season to-date. Prior to the game, Toronto was also three games below .500, the farthest below the halfway point it's been this season. The Oakland Athletics just completed a four-game sweep.

J.A. Happ pitched his second start of seven innings, this time giving up two earned runs and striking out five while walking three. In his last outing, he pitched seven scoreless innings, but his performance against the Angels Tuesday was enough to keep Toronto on top, even after a run was allowed by Ryan Tepera.

Josh Donaldson bounced back after a long slump, hitting two doubles in four at-bats. Morales provided the most offensive production with his two-run homer in the bottom of the first, capping off a five-run inning for the Blue Jays that capitalized off an error by right fielder Chris Young.

The other two-way star, Ohtani -- the one far better known -- walked once in four plate appearances.

Guess of the Game: @c.abromowicz_808, 5-3 Blue Jays.

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Shohei Ohtani is taking the majors by storm, and now, he visits the Rogers Centre for the Los Angeles Angels' series against the Toronto Blue Jays. The Angels are have matched, if not exceeded, expectations this season, riding high off the performance of Mike Trout and Ohtani, but they've now won only three in their last ten games. The Blue Jays are on a similar slide, having won only two in their last ten.

Contrary to previous seasons, J.A. Happ continues to strike out batters at a league-leading rate. He's fifth in all of baseball for strikeouts per nine innings, and ranks seventh overall in total strikeouts (a misleading stat, as it ignores playing time, but we'll let it slide for now). Happ's last start is one of two this season in which he hasn't given up a home run; he went seven scoreless innings against the New York Mets.

Garrett Richards has struck out four and given up home runs in both of his previous two starts, but the results have been strong. He gave up three earned runs over that 12.1 inning span, and has posted a FIP (fielding independent pitching) just below 4.00 this season -- slightly better than league average.

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Shohei Ohtani isn't the only two-way star playing in Toronto this week.

Kendrys Morales, who pitched a scoreless inning in the 9-2 drubbing of the Toronto Blue Jays on Sunday, homered and singled in Toronto's 5-3 victory over the Los Angeles Angels Tuesday, providing some sense of production after a season marked by ineffectiveness.

The win ended a four-game Blue Jays losing streak, the longest of the 2018 season to-date. Prior to the game, Toronto was also three games below .500, the farthest below the halfway point it's been this season. The Oakland Athletics just completed a four-game sweep.

J.A. Happ pitched his second start of seven innings, this time giving up two earned runs and striking out five while walking three. In his last outing, he pitched seven scoreless innings, but his performance against the Angels Tuesday was enough to keep Toronto on top, even after a run was allowed by Ryan Tepera.

Josh Donaldson bounced back after a long slump, hitting two doubles in four at-bats. Morales provided the most offensive production with his two-run homer in the bottom of the first, capping off a five-run inning for the Blue Jays that capitalized off an error by right fielder Chris Young.

The other two-way star, Ohtani -- the one far better known -- walked once in four plate appearances.

Guess of the Game: @c.abromowicz_808, 5-3 Blue Jays.

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It may be a gloomy day but it’s always sunny and warm at Shoeless Joe’s😉☀️. Come catch the Jays game with us beginning at 7:00 p.m.⚾️Wing night and the Jays? How can Tuesday get any better🙌🏼. #shoelessjoes #jaysvsangels #gameday #letsgojays #wingnight #shoelessjoeshamilton

Shohei Ohtani is taking the majors by storm, and now, he visits the Rogers Centre for the Los Angeles Angels' series against the Toronto Blue Jays. The Angels are have matched, if not exceeded, expectations this season, riding high off the performance of Mike Trout and Ohtani, but they've now won only three in their last ten games. The Blue Jays are on a similar slide, having won only two in their last ten.

Contrary to previous seasons, J.A. Happ continues to strike out batters at a league-leading rate. He's fifth in all of baseball for strikeouts per nine innings, and ranks seventh overall in total strikeouts (a misleading stat, as it ignores playing time, but we'll let it slide for now). Happ's last start is one of two this season in which he hasn't given up a home run; he went seven scoreless innings against the New York Mets.

Garrett Richards has struck out four and given up home runs in both of his previous two starts, but the results have been strong. He gave up three earned runs over that 12.1 inning span, and has posted a FIP (fielding independent pitching) just below 4.00 this season -- slightly better than league average.

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Now would be the point where the Toronto Blue Jays should turn things around.

It would be a perfect absolute minimum on a season that could surpass all odds; a team that losses 5-4 on a grand slam and other hits that took back a 4-0 lead, then proceeds to out score and out pitch every opponent they face.

That probably won't happen, but it would be perfect. Today, against the Oakland Athletics, the Blue Jays will attempt to reach one game below .500 again. With a loss today, Toronto will be the lowest below .500 it's been this season.

Back and forth between the triple-A Buffalo Bisons and the major league team, Joe Biagini has made three appearances in the majors this season, all of which have been starts. He hasn't done well, and most recently against the Boston Red Sox, he gave up four runs in 4.2 innings. Before that, he gave up six in 4.1.

Complete with the Oakland classic handlebar mustache, Daniel Mengden is starting for the Athletics today. He'll be making his 10th start of the season. He hasn't allowed more than two runs in an outing since April, and only gave up more than four runs in a start in his first of the season. In half of his starts, he's allowed two runs or less.

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Why not let your DH pitch in the 9th when you’re down by 9 runs! Not bad Kendrys Morales! #letsgojays

A losing effort for the hometown today, but Grandma got #adventuregirl a @bluejays flag anyway! #letsgojays

Jays Game with my Girl! Happy Belated Birthday! @vgraves88 #jaysgame #gojaysgo #letsgojays @bluejays #juniorJays #baseball #letsgobluejays

Now would be the point where the Toronto Blue Jays should turn things around.

It would be a perfect absolute minimum on a season that could surpass all odds; a team that losses 5-4 on a grand slam and other hits that took back a 4-0 lead, then proceeds to out score and out pitch every opponent they face.

That probably won't happen, but it would be perfect. Today, against the Oakland Athletics, the Blue Jays will attempt to reach one game below .500 again. With a loss today, Toronto will be the lowest below .500 it's been this season.

Back and forth between the triple-A Buffalo Bisons and the major league team, Joe Biagini has made three appearances in the majors this season, all of which have been starts. He hasn't done well, and most recently against the Boston Red Sox, he gave up four runs in 4.2 innings. Before that, he gave up six in 4.1.

Complete with the Oakland classic handlebar mustache, Daniel Mengden is starting for the Athletics today. He'll be making his 10th start of the season. He hasn't allowed more than two runs in an outing since April, and only gave up more than four runs in a start in his first of the season. In half of his starts, he's allowed two runs or less.

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

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First game of the season. I always think of my grandmother when I think of the Blue Jays. She was their biggest fan!
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