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Blue Jays starters are doing something that no one thought they could.


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Maverick Mitchell
May 24, 2024  (5:21 PM)
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Kevin Gausman on the mound for the Toronto Blue Jays.
Photo credit: Yahoo Sports

After a slow start to the season, the Toronto Blue Jays starting rotation, especially right-hander Kevin Gausman have made a massive resurgence and seem to be showing signs of the 2023 season, where they had the MLB's best group ERA.

TORONTO STAR
Positive turns: Everyone is taking a turn in the Blue Jays' rotation

Kevin Gausman's last outing was one to watch as as the Blue Jays took a 9-1 win. He struck out 10 batters over six innings and only gave up three hits and one run.
Kevin Gausman.
Splitter.
Nasty.

The whole momentum shift started on Sunday when Alek Manoah threw 7 shutout innings and Chris Bassitt followed the next night with the same stat line, going seven strong innings without giving up a run.
The whole starting pitching staff has had a cumulative ERA of 1.69.
Gausman attributes his poor start this season to not taking more time to rehab and heal his shoulder injury.
«In hindsight, I probably should have gone on the (injured list) and gotten back to normal before I came up,» Gausman said after a 5-4 loss to Tampa Bay on Saturday.

«It's been an uphill battle trying to get right. I've had some outings where I feel like that's it and then the next outing is not it, so I'm just chasing that consistency right now.»

Source: Toronto Star - Kevin Gausman is feeling ‘it' again. Why his resurgence is huge for the Blue Jays
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