How to Watch Toronto Blue Jays vs. Minnesota Twins: Channel, Live Stream, Game Time – May 10

Yusei Kikuchi and Joe Ryan will be the starting pitchers when the Toronto Blue Jays (17-20) and Minnesota Twins (22-15) open a series on Friday at 7:07 PM ET at Rogers Centre.

Looking to watch Toronto match up with Minnesota? Keep reading for details on how to watch the game on TV or stream it live.

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Blue Jays vs. Twins TV Channel and Live Stream

  • Date: Friday, May 10, 2024
  • Time: 7:07 PM ET
  • TV: BSN
  • Live Stream: Watch this game on Fubo (Regional restrictions may apply)
  • Location: Toronto, Ontario
  • Venue: Rogers Centre

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Probable Pitchers

Yusei Kikuchi (TOR) Pitcher Joe Ryan (MIN)
2 – 2 W/L 1 – 2
39.2 IP 40.2
2.72 ERA 3.54
1.160 WHIP 1.008
9.8 K/9 10.2
2 BB/9 1.3

Blue Jays vs. Twins Top Hitters

Blue Jays

  • Justin Turner a has .344 on-base percentage to pace the Blue Jays, while hitting .270 with eight doubles, four home runs and 12 walks.
  • Daulton Varsho has racked up 25 hits to pace his team, and has seven doubles, six home runs and 15 walks while batting .227.
  • Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is hitting .246 with six doubles, four home runs and 20 walks. He has put up an on-base percentage of .344 and a slugging percentage of .373. Both lead the Blue Jays.
  • George Springer is batting .206 with four doubles, three home runs and 14 walks.

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  • Ryan Jeffers leads Minnesota in OBP (.389), slugging percentage (.622) and total hits (34) this season.
  • Willi Castro leads Minnesota in slugging percentage (.464) thanks to 15 extra-base hits.
  • Max Kepler is batting .329 with a .562 slugging percentage and 14 RBI this year.
  • Edouard Julien has seven home runs, 15 RBI and a batting average of .205 this season.

Blue Jays vs. Twins Season Splits

Blue Jays

  • So far this year, the Blue Jays are 8-7 at home.
  • In day games, the Blue Jays are 8-9. At night, they are 9-11.
  • So far this year, Toronto is 3-4 in one-run games.
  • When facing righties, the Blue Jays have gone 14-15, and against left-handers they are 3-5.

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  • Away from home this year, Minnesota is 11-7.
  • The Twins’ record at night is 10-7, and they’ve gone 12-8 in day games.
  • Minnesota is 5-3 in one-run games this year.
  • The Twins’ record versus right-handers is 16-12. They are 6-3 against lefties.

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