Toronto lineup revealed… Today’s catcher is Heinemann

The Toronto Blue Jays’ starting lineup has been revealed.

Toronto unveiled the starting lineup for the home game against the Boston Red Sox to be held at the Rogers Center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the 18th (Korean time).

Toronto has George Springer (designated hitter), Bo Bichette (shortstop), Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (first baseman), Davis Schneider (second baseman), Cavan Biggio (right fielder), Matt Chapman (third baseman), Kevin Kiermaier (center fielder), Dalton Basho (left fielder) and Tyler Tyler. Heinemann (catcher)’s starting lineup was announced.

Heinemann is taking the opportunity to be Ryu Hyun-jin’s partner after Danny Jansen left due to injury.온라인카지노

Toronto coach John Schneider said in a previous interview, “It is not easy to recreate the relationship between Hyunjin and Jano (Jansen’s nickname),” but added, “They showed a good performance together in the previous away game in Oakland. Heinemann is a player with quite an excellent ability to learn about baseball. He expressed satisfaction with the chemistry between Ryu Hyun-jin and Heinemann, saying, “Ryu Hyun-jin also feels comfortable with him.”

Toronto prepared an elite lineup on this day, except that Springer was the designated hitter and Biggio was inserted in right field.

Left-handed hitter Dalton Basho will replace right-handed hitter Wit Merrifield in left field. Basho hit a tying triple in the 9th inning the previous day.

In response to the opposing starting right-hander Nick Pivetta, all available left-handed hitters except Spencer Horwitz were included in the lineup.

Right-handed hitters such as Merrifield, Santiago Espinal, Ernie Clement, and Alejandro Kirk are expected to seek opportunities to serve as pinch hitters after the middle of the game.

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