The Toronto Blue Jays are looking to stave off elimination when they face the Texas Rangers in game three of the American League Division Series tonight.
The Jays will counter with Marco Estrada (13-8 and 3.18 ERA) on the mound, who will go up against Martin Perez (3-6 and 4.46 ERA).
Toronto is currently down 0-2 in the series after losing game one 5-3 on Thursday and game two in the 14th inning by a score of 6-4 on Friday.
This is the Blue Jays first postseason appearance in 22 years and they’re hoping to extend the series to game four on Thanksgiving Monday.
If so, it’s believed that manager John Gibbons will send David Price back to the mound after he suffered the loss in game one.
Game three gets underway in Texas tonight at Globe Life Park in Arlington at 8:10 p.m.
— Joe Carter (@JoeCarter_29) October 10, 2015