We get a special treat later today with a 13-game schedule on tap which is unusually large for a Monday. Before we look at some of those match-ups though, let's recap a crazy day of baseball that happened across the board on Sunday first.

Sluggin’ Baby Jays

The Blue Jays teed off, literally like batting practice, in Boston on Sunday with eight homers on the way to their 18-4 win over their AL East foe. Toronto leads all of baseball with 99 home runs on the year and is second in team batting average at .264, all while not having their new leadoff man at the top of the lineup in George Springer who’s still coming back from an injury. Five of their hitters are already at double-digits in home runs including the other big offseason...