Toronto Blue Jays Starting Lineup 6/24/21 Blue Jays Lineup

37-35, 4th in AL East

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The Blue Jays are in the middle of a youth movement. They pulled a pitcher from the Dodgers to help solidify their staff, but pitching still looks like it will be a glaring weakness. The backend of the rotation is manned by an old arm and a consistent sense of mediocrity. How well the Blue Jays hit the ball will go a long way to helping them beat the odds. However, the numbers seem to lean to them having a problem breaking .500 in 2020. As the core of their hitters continues to mature, the future does look bright. But, the top four in the projected Blue Jay batting order has five years of major league experience collectively.

They will have problems against strong pitching, at least for the foreseeable future. Don't sleep on the Blue Jays, but the AL East may be too strong for them to be more than a problem team while their young players mature.

Updated: 11 minutes ago

Blue Jays Starting Lineup

H. Ryu , (L), P
1. M. Semien , (R), 2B
2. B. Bichette , (R), SS
3. V. Guerrero Jr. , (R), DH
4. T. Hernandez , (R), LF
5. R. Grichuk , (R), RF
6. L. Gurriel Jr. , (R), 1B
7. S. Espinal , (R), 3B
8. D. Jansen , (R), C
9. J. Davis , (R), CF
Pos Pitcher
P Hyun-Jin Ryu H. Ryu (L)
Pos Pitcher Rating GS Record IP Batters Faced Hits Runs ER HR Allowed BB SO K% BB% WHIP BABIP
P Hyun-Jin Ryu H. Ryu (L)
90
8 4-2 15.1 184 41 14 13 5 5 45 .245% .027% 0.99 .279
Pos Hitter Rating Order G PA Hits 1B 2B 3B HR RBI Runs SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
2B Marcus Semien M. Semien (R)
71
1 44 196 50 29 9 1 11 28 30 8 0 .282 .347 .531 .878
SS Bo Bichette B. Bichette (R)
85
2 44 195 49 28 12 0 9 27 37 7 0 .272 .323 .489 .812
DH Vladimir Guerrero Jr. V. Guerrero Jr. (R)
81
3 44 191 53 30 10 0 13 36 35 1 0 .335 .450 .646 1.096
LF Teoscar Hernandez T. Hernandez (R)
92
4 28 121 34 25 4 0 5 22 14 2 1 .306 .364 .477 .841
RF Randal Grichuk R. Grichuk (R)
80
5 44 176 45 28 10 0 7 34 19 0 2 .271 .307 .458 .765
1B Lourdes Gurriel Jr. L. Gurriel Jr. (R)
62
6 39 155 34 25 7 0 2 12 12 1 1 .230 .245 .318 .563
3B Santiago Espinal S. Espinal (R)
67
7 20 47 12 8 3 1 0 2 6 1 0 .261 .277 .370 .646
C Danny Jansen D. Jansen (R)
71
8 34 100 13 8 2 0 3 7 12 0 0 .143 .220 .264 .484
CF Jonathan Davis J. Davis (R)
85
9 26 53 8 6 1 0 1 3 10 3 1 .186 .340 .279 .619

Most Common Blue Jays Lineups

5 Games Game
1. Marcus Semien
2. Bo Bichette
3. Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
4. Teoscar Hernandez
5. Randal Grichuk
6. Cavan Biggio
7. Lourdes Gurriel Jr.
8. Rowdy Tellez
9. Danny Jansen
4 Games Game
1. Cavan Biggio
2. Bo Bichette
3. Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
4. Rowdy Tellez
5. Randal Grichuk
6. Marcus Semien
7. Joshua Palacios
8. Lourdes Gurriel Jr.
9. Danny Jansen
3 Games Game
1. Cavan Biggio
2. Bo Bichette
3. Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
4. Teoscar Hernandez
5. Randal Grichuk
6. Marcus Semien
7. Joe Panik
8. Lourdes Gurriel Jr.
9. Danny Jansen
2 Games Game
1. Marcus Semien
2. Bo Bichette
3. Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
4. Teoscar Hernandez
5. Randal Grichuk
6. Cavan Biggio
7. Santiago Espinal
8. Danny Jansen
9. Jonathan Davis
2 Games Game
1. Marcus Semien
2. Bo Bichette
3. Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
4. Teoscar Hernandez
5. Randal Grichuk
6. Lourdes Gurriel Jr.
7. Cavan Biggio
8. Santiago Espinal
9. Danny Jansen
2 Games Game
1. Marcus Semien
2. Bo Bichette
3. Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
4. Teoscar Hernandez
5. Randal Grichuk
6. Cavan Biggio
7. Lourdes Gurriel Jr.
8. Rowdy Tellez
9. Reese McGuire

2021 Recent Blue Jays Lineups

Game Score Starting Pitcher 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
5/22 vs TB L 1-3 Robbie Ray R. Ray (L), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Marcus Semien M. Semien Bo Bichette B. Bichette Vladimir Guerrero Jr. V. Guerrero Jr. Teoscar Hernandez T. Hernandez Randal Grichuk R. Grichuk Lourdes Gurriel Jr. L. Gurriel Jr. Santiago Espinal S. Espinal Danny Jansen D. Jansen Jonathan Davis J. Davis
5/21 vs TB L 7-9 Anthony Kay A. Kay (L), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Marcus Semien M. Semien Bo Bichette B. Bichette Vladimir Guerrero Jr. V. Guerrero Jr. Teoscar Hernandez T. Hernandez Randal Grichuk R. Grichuk Cavan Biggio C. Biggio Santiago Espinal S. Espinal Danny Jansen D. Jansen Jonathan Davis J. Davis
5/20 vs BOS L 7-8 Steven Matz S. Matz (L), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Marcus Semien M. Semien Bo Bichette B. Bichette Vladimir Guerrero Jr. V. Guerrero Jr. Teoscar Hernandez T. Hernandez Randal Grichuk R. Grichuk Cavan Biggio C. Biggio Santiago Espinal S. Espinal Danny Jansen D. Jansen Jonathan Davis J. Davis
5/19 vs BOS L 3-7 Ross Stripling R. Stripling (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Marcus Semien M. Semien Bo Bichette B. Bichette Vladimir Guerrero Jr. V. Guerrero Jr. Teoscar Hernandez T. Hernandez Randal Grichuk R. Grichuk Lourdes Gurriel Jr. L. Gurriel Jr. Cavan Biggio C. Biggio Jonathan Davis J. Davis Reese McGuire R. McGuire
5/18 vs BOS W 8-0 Hyun-Jin Ryu H. Ryu (L), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Marcus Semien M. Semien Bo Bichette B. Bichette Vladimir Guerrero Jr. V. Guerrero Jr. Teoscar Hernandez T. Hernandez Randal Grichuk R. Grichuk Lourdes Gurriel Jr. L. Gurriel Jr. Cavan Biggio C. Biggio Santiago Espinal S. Espinal Danny Jansen D. Jansen

Toronto Blue Jays FAQ

Toronto is a very exciting team, given they are filled with former big leaguer's sons. You have Vladimir Guerrero Jr, Cavan Biggio, and Bo Bichette as the names there. All are top prospects and have finally locked in full-time roles with the club. All three will be hitting at the top of the order. The rest of the lineup isn't as exciting. However, they do have Lourdes Gurriel, who is a strong bat in the middle of the order. Toronto will rotate a couple of young catchers who are looking to battle it out for a full-time role. Rowdy Tellez is a low contact bat but does have big power. He will be a full-time DH this season. Guerrero will take over at first base for 2020, and that might be a move they make long term.

Who Will Replace Justin Smoak?

Justin Smoak was the everyday first baseman for the Blue Jays last season, but Vladimir Guerrero Jr is set to take over at the first base. This leaves Brandon Drury starting at third base to open up the roster more.

Who Hits Fourth For Toronto?

Vladimir Guerrero Jr has been hitting fourth for Toronto, which is no surprise given he is a young power bat on the rise. While he is young, his bat is already looking like one of a veteran.

Who Plays Shortstop For The Blue Jays?

Bo Bichette is the starting shortstop for the Toronto Blue Jays. He is the son of Dante Bichette, and one of the many sons of former big league players on the team in Toronto.

What Is The Best Blue Jays Lineup Of All-Time?

The 2000 Toronto Blue Jays had four players over the 30 home run mark and two over the 40 marks. Carlos Delgado and Tony Batista mashed that season. You also had three players hit over .300.

What Is The Worst Blue Jays Lineup Of All-Time?

The 1979 Toronto Blue Jays were one of the worst teams of all time. They won just 32% of their games and had a Total WAR of 9.9 on their team. From top to bottom, this team struggled.

Who Has Played The Most Games For The Blue Jays?

Tony Fernandez played 1,450 games for the Toronto Blue Jays, which stretched from 1983 to 2001. He went to four All-Star games and had over 1,500 hits during his time in Toronto.