2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
6-9, 4th in AL East
1d

BBTN: Marly Rivera on the players punishing each other for the Astros scandal; Kiley McDaniel on how teams are scouting minor league prospects

Marly Rivera joins Dave Schoenfield to talk about Joe Kelly’s anger over the Astros and his suspension, players punishing each other without fans at the games, more concern for the Yankees with Aaron Judge’s injury, and if the Marlins, Tigers and Orioles will make the playoffs (7:04). Plus, Kiley McDaniel on Nate Pearson’s struggles, the Braves’ rotation and how their prospects fit into it, how teams are evaluating minor leaguers for trades, and why he doesn’t think any consequential trades will be made this season (23:53).

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2d

Seven homers can't lift Blue Jays past Marlins

Magneuris Sierra hit a go-ahead single in the 10th inning and the Marlins overcame Toronto's seven home runs to outlast the Blue Jays 14-11 Wednesday night in the final game of their season-opening, three-week odyssey.

Marlins overcome Blue Jays' big rally, win in 10 innings (1:23)
2d
Guerrero Jr.'s solo HR helps Blue Jays' rally (0:20)
2d
Hernández's 466-foot homer hits the highway (0:23)
2d
2d

BBTN: Boog Sciambi on Ramon Laureano and Alex Cintron's suspensions, Hembo on Charlie Blackmon's BA splits

Boog Sciambi joins Tim Kurkjian to discuss the suspensions for Ramon Laureano and Alex Cintron, the lack of trust in the Cleveland locker room, what losing Giancarlo Stanton for a month means for the Yankees , and the challenges of calling games remotely (4:59). Later, Hembo gets into what stands out about Fernando Tatis Jr.’s start, Charlie Blackmon’s impressive batting average splits, the durability of Warren Spahn and Sarah Langs’ MLB debut in the booth as a win for researchers everywhere (26:53). Plus, Getting To Know Tim (37:51).

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Some faithful Blue Jays fans are standing on the highway overpass to sneak a peek of their team playing vs. the Marlins in the first Major League game in Buffalo since 1915.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Today from the Queen City: The first Major League game in Buffalo since 1915! From the Buffalo Blues of the Federal League to the Toronto Blue Jays of the American League East!

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3dMarly Rivera

Blue Jays wowed by upgrades to Buffalo 'home'

Sahlen Field, the home ballpark of Toronto's Triple-A affiliate since 2013, is now decked out with Blue Jays logos and padded and painted in blue as it will serve as the team's home for the 2020 season beginning Tuesday.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo poses with cutouts of sons Tyson Howard Montoyo (w/Maple Leafs jersey) and Alexander Montoyo at Sahlen Park. The Blue Jays filled out a section of the stands with cardboard cutouts of family members of players and staff.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

GM Ross Atkins said that Blue Jays' closer Ken Giles (elbow soreness) will have another checkup tomorrow, including an MRI. Atkins said Giles is progressing well and could be “throwing soon.”

3d

BBTN: Joon Lee on a playoff bubble, Brad Doolittle on the Blue Jays' Buffalo debut

David Schoenfield fills in for a vacationing Buster, talking to Joon Lee about MLB considering a playoff bubble, Mike Clevinger hanging out with Zach Plesac and what the Red Sox might do at the trade deadline as they languish at the bottom of the AL East (4:41). Later, Brad Doolittle stops by to discuss the Blue Jays playing in Buffalo, the history of baseball in Buffalo and San Diego’s offensive potential (18:41). Plus, who would Joon and Brad rather have for the next seven years: Mike Trout or Fernando Tatis Jr.?

How fans throwing objects can impact the game (2:32)
5d

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs5529th
Batting Average.23321st
On Base Percentage.29328th
Slugging Percentage.41219th
Earned Run Average4.0310th
Quality Starts0Tied-8th
WHIP0.5320th
BAA.22513th