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A Historic Start to the Season for the Jays: But for the Wrong Reasons


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Maverick Mitchell
April 25, 2024  (6:50 PM)
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Springer called out on a questionable call at the plate.
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The Jays are struggling offensively, On Wednesday, the Toronto Blue Jays suffered a 3-2 defeat against the Kansas City Royals, resulting in an average of just 3.8 runs per game across their initial 25 matchups in the 2024 season.

"Toronto Blue Jays Off to One of Worst Offensive Starts to a Season in Team History."

In Kansas City, Toronto struggled with runners in scoring position, going 0-for-7, and from the seventh to ninth innings, they managed just one hit out of ten attempts. This further lowered their season scoring average to 3.8 runs per game.
The Blue Jays have scored 95 runs through 25 games, which are tied for the sixth-fewest in franchise history
Is Manager John Schneider's job at risk? Interestingly, the 2022 Blue Jays also tallied 95 runs in their first 25 games. In that season, Toronto fired manager Charlie Montoyo just before the All-Star break.
Currently, Toronto still is above .500, maintaining a 13-12 record for the season, but their lead over last place in the AL East is a mere 0.5 games.
Contributing to the lack of offense are key players like Vlad Guerrero Jr. and Bo Bichette. Guerrero Jr. is currently batting .219 with a .674 OPS, while Bichette holds a batting average of .231 with a .631 OPS.
Source: FanNation - Toronto Blue Jays Off to One of Worst Offensive Starts to a Season in Team History
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