Yankees vs Blue Jays Sept. 28: Gerrit Cole to prove his mettle, Judge resumes record chase

Gerrit Cole to start in Yankees vs. Blue Jays

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The final Yankees vs. Blue Jays game in Toronto will see an attempt by both teams to win the series.

The New York Yankees are currently in first place in the American League East with a record of 95-59. They will take on the Toronto Blue Jays, who are second in the AL East division with a record of 87-68.

Yankees vs. Blue Jays, Time: Wednesday, 7:07 p.m. EDT, Toronto.

Gerrit Cole (12-7, 3.49 ERA, 1.03 WHIP, 244 strikeouts) is to start for the Yankees, while Mitch White (1-6, 5.12 ERA, 1.41 WHIP, 73 strikeouts) will take the mound for the Blue Jays at Rogers Center.

On Wednesday, fans expect to see a big Yankees vs. Blue Jays battle, as the Toronto Blue Jays want to win the home series and the New York Yankees are putting their best foot forward to take it.

The overall record for Toronto is 87-68, and they are 44-33 at home. The Blue Jays have compiled a record of 52-19 in games when they have scored at least five runs.

Overall, New York has a record of 95-59 and a road record of 39-37. The Yankees batters as a group have an on-base percentage of .325, which is the second-best percentage in the American League.

This Yankees vs. Blue Jays game is the 19th time this year when both teams are playing against each other. The Yankees now have a lead of 10-8 in the season series.

The Yankees are led by Aaron Judge, who has been on the chase for his 61st home run. Though the slugger has collected 88 hits that have gone for extra bases (28 doubles and 60 home runs), he is facing a mini-slump. He was unable to hit a home run at home and then in two games in Toronto. Over the course of the previous ten games, Gleyber Torres has gone 14 for 36 at the plate with two doubles, three home runs, and 12 RBI. He is the player to watch in this Yankees vs. Blue Jays game.

In their last ten games, the Yankees went 8-2, had a batting average of.271, an earned run average of 3.93, and outscored their opponents by 22 runs.

Yankees Injured List: Wandy Peralta, Frankie Montas, DJ LeMahieu, Luis Gil, Andrew Benintendi, Albert Abreu, Matt Carpenter, Miguel Castro, Michael King, Chad Green, and Stephen Ridings.

Will Judge get his 61st homer in this final Yankees vs. Blue Jays game?

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