The Blue Jess offense is showing a gruesome trend in 2022

The Oronto Blue Jays hit a single in the third inning against Tampa Bay Ray at Tropicana Field on May 15, 2022 in St. Petersburg, Florida.
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The Toronto Blue Jays roster is full of talented ball players.

When you have a lineup that includes Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Bo Bichet and Matt Chapman, no one will think it will be so difficult for your team to run.

However, the Blue Jays were not so lucky to be late.

They have dropped just one game above the .500 mark and are 7.5 games behind the New York Yankees in the AL East.

For Toronto it wasn’t exactly a smooth sailing.

Blue Jess insider Josh Goldberg noted a tragic trend for crime.

They have already been shut out three times in just 35 games, whereas last year, they were shut out three times throughout the season.

A dead crime

Of course, many of these can be attributed to the ebb and flow of baseball, but considering how explosive the Blue Jays offense was in 2021, it’s a bit worrying for them.

You hope that such a lineup will not be completely shut down.

But things have changed for the better for this ball club.

Again, most of it can be attributed to the fact that baseball is a tidal and flow game, but when a lineup with these many superstars stops three times in 35-game intervals, there is cause for concern.

This is one of the reasons why Blue Jess is not performing well in 2022.

They are trailing 3-7 in their last 10 games and AL East standing.

There is time, and the blue jess is not destroyed.

However, if you want to make a place in the divisional competition, you have to change the situation.

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