Toronto sits in fourth place of the muddled American League East division, where top to bottom is separated by four games. The Tampa Bay Rays and New York Yankees sit atop the division while being only one game above .500, so even though the Blue Jays sit six games under the .500-mark, they’re still very close with plenty of time remaining.
They could cut the gap in as little time as possible with the way Josh Donaldson has been swinging the bat. The former Oakland Athletic was just selected as the American League Player of the Week, as he led the entire Major Leagues with six home runs, 11 RBI, 11 runs scored and a 1.240 slugging percentage over the past seven days. Overall, he went 11-for-25 (.440) with eight extra-base hits.
To catch Donaldson, fellow sluggers Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion, and the rest of Canada’s only baseball club, you’ll find the most and least expensive Toronto Blue Jays tickets during the month of June listed below, according to RazorGator.com.
Most Expensive: 6/13/2015 | Boston Red Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays | Fenway Park | Average Price: $125.73 | Get-in Price: $33
6/14/2015 | Boston Red Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays | Fenway Park | Average Price: $104.04 | Get-in Price: $32
The Jays have struggled on the road this season, having a 9-17 record away from Rogers Centre but will look to have success against a team that has had their own issues simply trying to win at home. The Red Sox are in the cellar of the AL East entering June, and have an uncharacteristic 10-12 record at Fenway Park this season. With the division still very much up for grabs, these are crucial rivalry games coming up. As long as Toronto’s potent offense is able to take advantage of Boston’s underwhelming starting pitching staff, this looks like a very winnable series for the Blue Jays.
6/21/2015 | Toronto Blue Jays vs. Baltimore Orioles | Rogers Centre | Average Price: $87.62 | Get-in Price: $9
Another game within the division appears, as the Blue Jays host the Orioles for the third-most expensive tickets of the month. The Orioles are 1.5 games ahead of Toronto in the standings, but have been struggling on the road, owning an 8-14 record away from home. That could make this an advantageous series for the Blue Jays, although Baltimore’s offense can be tough to deal with on any given night. Even so, this doesn’t look like the Orioles team that won 96 games last season, and Toronto will seek to capitalize.
Least Expensive: 6/1/2015 | Washington Nationals vs. Toronto Blue Jays | Nationals Park | Average Price: $23 | Get-in Price: $4
6/2/2015 | Washington Nationals vs. Toronto Blue Jays | Nationals Park | Average Price: $31 | Get-in Price: $6 | Commemorative Coin Giveaway
6/3/2015 | Washington Nationals vs. Toronto Blue Jays | Nationals Park | Average Price: $29 | Get-in Price: $5
Surprisingly, the least expensive Blue Jays tickets in June are all three games in their Interleague series with the Washington Nationals. After struggling out of the gate with championship expectations, the Nationals have hit their stride behind the efforts of Max Scherzer and Bryce Harper. The Nationals are six games over .500 but their arrow continues to trend upwards, receiving tremendous production on both sides of the ball. It’s a large reason why Nationals tickets draw so much activity, especially when playing at Nationals Park. In fact, ParkWhiz assists in making the experience as easy as can be, featuring convenient Washington DC parking for as low as $15. This matchup should be a nice change-of-pace series for both clubs.