After a relatively tough month of May, these Toronto Blue Jays are beginning to turn things around. The club enters Sunday on the verge of a three-game sweep against the always dangerous New York Mets. From top to bottom, the Jays have been putting together some solid performances as of late and now sit at 32-27 on the year.
Probable starting pitchers
- After a strong Spring Training, Yusei Kikuchi entered 2023 looking like a whole new pitcher. Through his first 11 starts of the year, he has looked much more like his 2022 self. In 56.1 innings, he has a 4.47 ERA, 5.97 FIP and 92 ERA+. He has been allowing some of the hardest contact on the pitching staff and still struggles with walks and home runs.
- The Mets will be sending a Japanese hurler of their own to the mound in Kodai Senga. The 30-year-old has been highly impressive to begin his MLB career and has been a reliable presence in an otherwise unreliable pitching staff for the club. In 10 starts and 55 innings, the right-hander is 5-3 with a 3.44 ERA, 3.85 FIP and 121 ERA+.
Toronto Blue Jays starting lineup, June 4
- 1. RF George Springer
- 2. SS Bo Bichette
- 3. DH Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
- 4. 1B Brandon Belt
- 5. 3B Matt Chapman
- 6. CF Daulton Varsho
- 7. LF Whit Merrifield
- 8. 2B Cavan Biggio
- 9. C Tyler Heineman
New York Mets starting lineup, June 4
- 1. CF Tommy Pham
- 2. LF Mark Canha
- 3. SS Francisco Lindor
- 4. 1B Pete Alonso
- 5. 3B Eduardo Escobar
- 6. RF Starling Marte
- 7. 2B Jeff McNeil
- 8. DH Mark Vientos
- 9. C Francisco Álvarez
What channel is the Toronto Blue Jays game on today?
- Game time: 1:40pm ET
- Sportsnet and TVA Sports will have the broadcast for the Blue Jays.
- Mets fans can catch the game on SNY.
- On a national stage, MLB Network will have the game for out-of-market viewers only.
How do I stream the Toronto Blue Jays game today?
How can I listen to the Toronto Blue Jays game today?
- The Blue Jays broadcast will be on Sportsnet 590.
- Mets fans can tune into the game on WCBS 880, ESPN Deportes 1050 and Audacy.