May 24, 2022

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Vladimir Gerrero Jr. turned to Boston

Vladimir Gerrero Jr. turned to Boston

Vladimir Gerrero Jr. and his Toronto Blue Jays try to keep up the pace when they visit the Red Sox in Boston on Tuesday.

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Guerrero led the main league baseball team in the Homers, with five going to games on Monday. He helped his team lead the American League East Division by a 6-4 record.

In Game 1 of this three-game series, Youssef Kikuchi and Nathan Ivaldi are considered the starting pitchers. Kikuchi (0-1) certainly did not experience the baptism expected in Jace’s uniform. He scored two, five hits and gave up three runs, including just three runs in the third and third innings, and the New York Yankees won 4-0 last Tuesday.

Ivaldi (1-0), for his part, will play in his third game of the season. He scored 13 runs in 10 innings and had a 4.50 era.

Attendees should come

The series between the two teams was the first in a very short time. From next Monday, they will meet four times in Canadian territory, where the formation of red socks is very different.

In fact, pitcher Tanner Haque indicated on Sunday that he was not going to Canada with the team because he had not been vaccinated against COVID-19 and that the Canadian government needed adequate vaccination proof to enter the country.

However, he is not the only vaccinated socks player. When a reporter asked Alex Cora if other athletes could stay in Boston, he answered “yes” without explanation.

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In addition, receiver Kevin Plavecki – vaccinated – became infected with COVID-19, as well as two staff …