We take a look at 10 statistics which help summarize the Toronto Blue Jays’ 4-6 record after 10 games of the 2020 MLB regular season.
Following Thursday’s frustrating 4-3 loss to the Atlanta Braves, the Toronto Blue Jays saw their record drop to 4-6. In a sliding doors alternate scenario, the team realistically should have a better record.
Apart from Thursday’s loss, the Blue Jays threw away their opening series against the Tampa Bay Rays. More specifically, giving up a 4-2 lead with two outs in the bottom of the ninth during the final game of the series, and going on to lose 6-5 in extra innings.
You can also theoretically include the 4-0 extra innings loss in Washington, against the Nationals. The Blue Jays could have conceivably entered their weekend series with the Boston Red Sox, sitting at 6-4 or 7-3.
Regardless, the Blue Jays have now reached the 10-game mark in the 2020 season. Assuming all 60 games are played/made up, they are now one-sixth of the way through the campaign.
We appreciate that fans will have different agendas when debating whether or not the season has been a success up to this point. Regardless, here are 10 numbers which help sum up the Blue Jays’ start to the 2020 campaign:
* All statistics are correct heading into Friday’s slate of MLB games