Toronto Blue Jays probable pitchers & starting lineups vs. Colorado Rockies, September 1

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After swiping a series victory from the Washington Nationals, the Toronto Blue Jays are now prepping for a weekend series against the dreadful Colorado Rockies. The Rockies are 49-84 this year and fall firmly in the category of an opponent the Jays must win games against. At 73-61, the Jays enter the day 10.5 GB of the AL East division lead and 2.5 GB of a Wild Card spot.

Probable starting pitchers

  • For the Blue Jays, long-time Rockies division rival Hyun Jin Ryu will make his sixth start of the 2023 campaign. Ryu is intimately familiar with pitching at Coors Field as he spent the first six years of his big league career on the Dodgers. The southpaw has been excellent for the Jays since returning from Tommy John surgery, posting a 3-1 record with a 2.25 ERA, 3.85 FIP and 192 ERA+ across 24 innings of work.
  • The Rockies are set to send right-hander Chris Flexen to the mound to make his 24th appearance and 11th start of the season. The 28-year-old only just recently came over to Colorado after spending a portion of the year on the Mariners. So far, things have not gone overly smooth for Flexen on the mound, as he is 1-6 with a combined 6.94 ERA.

Toronto Blue Jays starting lineup, September 1

  • 1. RF George Springer
  • 2. 3B Davis Schneider
  • 3. 1B Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
  • 4. DH Brandon Belt
  • 5. C Danny Jansen
  • 6. 2B Whit Merrifield
  • 7. LF Daulton Varsho
  • 8. SS Ernie Clement
  • 9. CF Kevin Kiermaier

Colorado Rockies starting lineup, September 1

  • 1. RF Charlie Blackmon
  • 2. SS Ezequiel Tovar
  • 3. C Elias Díaz
  • 4. 3B Ryan McMahon
  • 5. 2B Brendan Rodgers
  • 6. DH Hunter Goodman
  • 7. LF Nolan Jones
  • 8. 1B Elehuris Montero
  • 9. CF Brenton Doyle

What channel is the Toronto Blue Jays game on tonight?

  • Game time: 8:40 pm ET
  • Sportsnet and TVA Sports will have the Blue Jays broadcast.
  • Rockies fans can catch the game on ATT SportsNet-RM.

How do I stream the Toronto Blue Jays game tonight?

How can I listen to the Toronto Blue Jays game tonight?

  • The Blue Jays broadcast will be on Sportsnet 590.
  • Rockies fans can tune into the game on KOA 850 AM / 94.1 FM and KNRV 1150.