Blue Jays Series Preview: Twin Killing Would do Just Fine

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May 25, 2015; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher

Drew Hutchison

(36) celebrates with Toronto Blue Jays catcher

Russell Martin

(55) after defeating the Chicago White Sox 6-0 at Rogers Centre. Mandatory Credit: Nick Turchiaro-USA TODAY Sports

Game 3: Drew Hutchison (4-1, 5.12 ERA) vs Rickey Nolasco (5-1, 5.12 ERA)

Hutchison is coming off a fantastic complete game “Maddux”….a complete game shutout with less than 100 pitches thrown. Considering how he started off the season this is a brilliant turnaround. He is not out of the woods yet though. Like last year, he is prone to a Mulligan game or 5. Every once in a while he is pretty brutal. If these games can be kept to every 6th or 7th game however, then we may finally be seeing the true number 3 potential that Hutchison has. He has seen his BAA against drop the last 4 games and his K:BB is 51:16…not too bad at all. if he stays within himself and keeps his shoulder closed, his command will be there and he will give the Blue Jays a chance to win in most of his starts.