#3969 Toronto
#3970 Tampa Bay

Friday September 23, 2022
at 7:10pm EDT

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statsalt

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The Toronto Blue Jays will go on the road as they take on the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field. Jose Berrios is expected to take the mound for the Jays. Jeffrey Springs is the probable pitcher for the Rays. The first pitch is scheduled for 7:10 pm EST. Blue Jays Hold Top Wild Card SpotToronto is second in their division. The Blue Jays currently hold a wild-card spot in the AL and barring an unforeseen complete meltdown to end the season, they will make the playoffs. They are top 10 in most hitt... Read more

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winnersandwhiners

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The two teams battling for second place in the AL East race continue a series on the diamond down in the Sunshine State. We have the Toronto Blue Jays on the road as they make the trip to continue a four-game series with the Tampa Bay Rays Friday night. Toronto split a two-game interleague set with the Phillies in the City of Brotherly Love as they fell 4-3 in 10 innings Wednesday night. Tampa Bay was swept at home in a three-game set by the Astros as they were defeated 5-2 in the series finale... Read more

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freepicksandparlays

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Toronto Blue Jays at Tampa Bay Rays 9/23/22 - MLB Picks & Predictions David Thu, 09/22/2022 - 08:48 On Friday, the Toronto Blue Jays play the second game of a four-game series on the road versus the Tampa Bay Rays. Toronto is 84-65 following its 4-3 loss to the Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday. Toronto split its two-game interleague series with the Phillies and the Blue Jays are second in the American League East 6 ½ games behind first-place. The Blue Jays are leading the AL wildcard chase. Se... Read more

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scoresandstats

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Round 1 of the heavyweight battle for wild-card supremacy in the American League was won decisively Thursday by the Tampa Bay Rays. Read more

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covers

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Round 1 of the heavyweight battle for wild-card supremacy in the American League was won decisively Thursday by the Tampa Bay Rays. The Rays will face the Toronto Blue Jays in the second matchup of their four-game series Friday night in St. Petersburg, Fla. Tampa Bay started the week with three consecutive losses against the Houston Astros during which the Rays managed two runs total. It was a different story on Thursday, though, as Tampa Bay (83-67) battered Toronto (84-66) by a 10-5 margin and... Read more