Tuesday, the Yankees make their way to the beautiful city of Toronto. They are playing a somewhat hot Blue Jays ball club that has won 7 of their last 10 games. The first games of the series should be quite an interesting match-up as this is the first game Burnett will be visiting his old ball club and will be pitching against his former teammate. Below is the scouting report for this upcoming game:
| A.J. Burnett, RHP (2-0, 5.26) |
|@|| Roy Halladay, RHP (6-1, 3.29) |
Blue Jays (21-12)
Yankees: Assuming the Yankees don't alter their rotation with Monday's off-day, Burnett will face his former team for the first time this season. The right-hander is coming off Wednesday night's no-decision to
It should be a great series to watch, as these are two great pitchers that have the ability to be dominating. As for which team has the advantage, I probably would say the Jays have the edge as their offense has been more consistent than the Yankees, and well Halladay is just Halladay. We all know the type of command he has and his record of 5-1 with an ERA against the 2008 Yankees was surely not a fluke.