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Blue Jays: Six can’t miss series at the Rogers Centre this season

TORONTO, ONTARIO - OCTOBER 3: George Springer #4 of the Toronto Blue Jays hits a grand slam home run against the Baltimore Orioles in the third inning during their MLB game at the Rogers Centre on October 3, 2021 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Mark Blinch/Getty Images)
TORONTO, ONTARIO - OCTOBER 3: George Springer #4 of the Toronto Blue Jays hits a grand slam home run against the Baltimore Orioles in the third inning during their MLB game at the Rogers Centre on October 3, 2021 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Mark Blinch/Getty Images) /
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TORONTO, ONTARIO – OCTOBER 3: Vladimir Guerrero Jr. #27 and Lourdes Gurriel Jr. #13 of the Toronto Blue Jays hug during warm up before playing the Baltimore Orioles in their MLB game at the Rogers Centre on October 3, 2021 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Mark Blinch/Getty Images) /

June 30th to July 3th – Tampa Bay Rays

Canada Day is always a spectacular event for the Blue Jays and this season, the club welcomes the always dangerous Tampa Bay Rays for a five-game series over the weekend.

With the first two series cancelled to begin the season due to the lockout and late start to Spring Training, the Blue Jays will make up some games by playing two doubleheaders against the Rays this season, turning two four games series into separate five games series with the other series being carried out in mid-September. The first doubleheader will be Saturday July 2nd, starting at 12:07 pm EST with the second game starting at 6:07 pm EST.

The Toronto Blue Jays will have a home opener at the Rogers Centre for the first time in two years. Here are six series fans shouldn’t miss this season.

The Rays will be a team to watch this year, highlighted by their young roster in Wander Franco, Randy Arozarena, Josh Lowe, and Shane McClanahan but still features some veterans in Kevin Kiermaier and Mike Zunino. Jason Adam is the only former player on the Rays roster while Harold Ramirez was once part of the Jays’ minor league system, acquired from the Pittsburgh Pirates alongside Reese McGuire and Francisco Liriano years ago.

Both teams will be able to add a player to their rosters for the doubleheader so it will be interesting to see if the Jays will bring up a pitcher to make a spot start to not mess with the rotation schedule.

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