There’s another busy schedule in Major League Baseball on Tuesday night, including one more game for a team trying to get back into the American League playoff picture as the Toronto Blue Jays take on the Los Angeles Angels.
The night cap game will actually be the second half of a double header as the two teams make up for a game that was postponed at 6:07 p.m. in April
The Jays started the day with a 60-50 record. While they’re still fourth in the AL East and seven games back with the Boston Red Sox, they’re just three games away from a wild card spot. The most recent surge has been attributed to the return of the Jays for the first time in nearly two years. You come from a large weekend set with the BoSox. Toronto won three out of four against the Cleveland Indians shortly before.
The angels have seen better days. With Mike Trout injured in the line-up, the Angels could not find consistency despite Shohei Ohtani’s extraordinary game. The Angels are back at 0.500 after a tough May and June. You return to Anaheim after a three-game weekend streak with another Los Angeles opponent, the Dodgers.
What: MLB baseball
Who: Toronto Blue Jays vs. Los Angeles Angels
When: Tuesday, August 10th
Time: 10:10 p.m. ET
Where: Angels Stadium (Anaheim, California)
Stream: ESPN +