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MLB: Boston Red Sox vs Toronto Blue Jays | 25 August, 7:10 AM (PST) 


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POTENTIAL STARTING LINEUPS: 

BOSTON RED SOX: 

C | Kevin Plawecki 

FB | Eric Hosmer 

SB | Trevor Story 

S | Xander Bogaerts 

TB | Rafael Devers 

LF | Tommy Pham 

CF | Enrique Hernandez 

RF | Alex Verdugo 

DH | J.D. Martinez 

 

TORONTO BLUE JAYS: 

C | Danny Jansen 

FB | Vladimir Guerrero 

SB | Cavan Biggio 

S | Bo Bichette 

TB | Matt Chapman 

LF | Lourdes Gurriel 

CF | George Springer 

RF | Teoscar Hernandez 

DH | Alejandro Kirk 

 

 

Thursday, August 25, at Fenway Park, the home of the Boston Red Sox, the Toronto Blue Jays have flown over for their thrilling series. Game one has already finished in 3-9 in favor of the visiting Blue Jays, and now game two is afoot. Which team will you be gunning for? 

 

The Boston Red Sox, as fruitful as they were last season finishing in 7th in the MLB, are currently part of the lower part of the scoreboard. 18th out of 30, and 5th in the American League East, the Red Sox have collected 60-63 for themselves thus far. If we take a look down at the table below, their team numbers are comparatively less impressive than their opponents. Taking to account that they’ve lost four of their last five games, we can expect them to be just as inconsistent for the upcoming game.  

 

The Toronto Blue Jays are coming off a high after winning thrice in a series of four against the mighty New York Yankees. Heading into this game, they’ve already won game one. Assuming that they were able to size up Boston, they can expect glad tidings. This and the fact that they’re 8th in the league with a record of 66-55 and a commendable accumulation of record statistics, they’re set on winning again against the humble home team. Kevin Gausman is expected to pitch for the team on Thursday, and it’ll be a feast for the eyes of fans and analysts alike.  

 

Team Statistics 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 

AVG 

 
 

R 

 
 

H 

 
 

HR 

 
 

OBP 

 
 

SLG 

 
 

ERA 

 
 

WHIP 

 
 

BB 

 
 

K 

 

TOR 

 

.262 

 

573 

 

1084 

 

151 

 

.325 

 

.432 

 

3.86 

 

1.23 

 

316 

 

1018 

 

BOS 

 

.254 

 

551 

 

1076 

 

115 

 

.315 

 

.405 

 

4.45 

 

1.32 

 

386 

 

1022 

 

In conclusion, the Toronto Blue Jays have the better chance of winning in game two— more than thrice as much of a chance if we may add! On paper, in records, and in recent performances, the Toronto Blue Jays have been more consistent by a mile and have a higher caliber roster than that of the Boston bullpen. So if you’re looking to pick sides, pick Toronto! Sorry, Boston! 

 

7:10 AM (PST), Thursday, August 25, 2022. Fenway Park, Boston, MA.  

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