3 Keys for Toronto Blue Jays Taking Upcoming Series vs. Houston Astros

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3 Keys for Toronto Blue Jays Taking Upcoming Series vs. Houston Astros
Pat Sullivan

The Toronto Blue Jays went 3-4 during the opening week of the 2014 season.

Although that mark is nothing to brag about, it really isn’t a terrible record considering the team had to play a four-game series on the road against the Tampa Bay Rays and then come home to face the New York Yankees.

The pitchers that the Blue Jays had to face during those seven games? David Price, Alex Cobb, Matt Moore, Chris Archer, Masahiro Tanaka, Michael Pineda and CC Sabathia.

So yeah, one game back of first is definitely a good start for a Toronto team many analysts predicted would finish last in the AL East.

With a three-game set at home against the Houston Astros coming up on Tuesday, the Blue Jays need to use this opportunity to go on a run and get their record back over .500.

Here are the three keys to success for the Toronto Blue Jays in this upcoming series.

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