Taking three of four from Oakland at the end of week four (April 26 – May 2) salvaged a rough start for the Jays, and left them at an even .500 through 26 games. The week started with three very competitive games against Boston that were at once encouraging and frustrating. Encouraging because the Jays proved that they could play with elite competition like the Red Sox, but frustrating because they know they can not consistently beat them. However, the fact that this ballclub, who was predicted to finish dead last, has won an equal number of games as they’ve lost, is a good sign.
Here are three noteworthy things from the week that was for the Jays: Continue reading Three Things From Week Four