Toronto Blue Jays News

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) /
facebooktwitterreddit
Prev
5 of 6
Next
Blue Jays
BOSTON, MA – MAY 14: Shohei Ohtani #17 of the Los Angeles Angels reacts with Mike Trout #27 after hitting a solo home run during the sixth inning of a game against the Boston Red Sox on May 14, 2021 at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Billie Weiss/Boston Red Sox/Getty Images) /

August 26th to August 28th – Los Angeles Angels

The Los Angeles Angels head to Toronto for a three-game series late in the campaign, with this being the second meeting between the two squads this year (the Jays head to L.A. after their two games against the Cardinals in late May).

With the Angels coming to town, fans will get the opportunity to see two of the games’ brightest stars in Shohei Ohtani and Mike Trout.

A two-way superstar, Ohtani could potentially find himself on the mound for one of those games while fans will also get a chance to see the 2021 MVP at the plate as well. Trout is also a fun player to watch, as the outfielder is coming off an injury-filled campaign last season that limited him to just 36 games.

Fans will also get to see infielder Anthony Rendon and young rising stars Reid Detmers and Jo Adell while also potentially getting to see former Jays’ prospect Noah Syndergaard make his first start at the Rogers Centre.

A weekend series, the Saturday game features a promotion honouring the Blue Jays’ 30th Anniversary of their 1992 World Series win with the first 15,000 fans receiving a vintage Jays bomber jacket.

facebooktwitterreddit