Buffalo Split: The Blue Jays split their home opening series with Miami taking game one 5-4, and dropping game two 14-11.
Buffalo Baby Blues: Full disclosure, I was on vacation during the Jays home opening, but I was able to watch on TV, and those powder blue jersey were gorgeous. While we understand that fans can't get into Sahlen Field, I'd love for everyone to get to see those in person as the sun sets on Buffalo.
Hit, Run, Score: The Jays found their bats during this home stand. They racked up 25 hits with 16 runs over the two-game span, and set a franchise record with home runs in six straight innings in their 14-11 loss.
Bo "Baseball Basher" Bichette: According to the Blue Jays, Bichette became the first shortstop to reach base safely in all six at bats while homering and having a pair of stolen bases in one outing. He also became the youngest player with five hits in franchise history. Bichette finished Wednesday going 5-for-five with 3 RBI, a walk, and a home run.
Not So Great Nate: Nate Pearson has the potential to be the ace of the Jays staff for years to come, but Wednesday wasn't his night. The 6'6", 245 lb. workhorse was only able to go 2.1 innings and allowed 4 earned runs on 5 hit.
What's Next: The Jays stay downtown for their next three game against the Tampa Bay Rays on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.