Season winding down for the Jays in Toronto. They pulled off the upset of the Red Sox, and I had my eye on this one because I bet the under 10.5 all day long. These two teams did the job despite a lead off home run by Mookie Betts. Then, the Jays got home runs from Cavan Biggio, Reese Mcguire, and Rowdy Tellez hit the two-run shot that buried the Red Sox.
Furthermore, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. went 0 for 4 and he’s looking a little tired. But he made this incredible play.
— Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays) September 11, 2019
The Jays have some good things going right now. Anthony Kay gets the Yankees this weekend on the heels of his huge career debut against the Tampa Rays.
Slowly but surely, a little nucleus is starting to form for Toronto as the winter approaches.