Three things: Jays stretch win streak to seven with trio of taters against White Sox

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Three things you need to know about the Blue Jays’ 7-3 win over the Chicago White Sox at the Rogers Center on Wednesday night:

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streaking

The Jays scored their seventh consecutive victory off the long ball, the first leadoff home run of Santiago Espinal’s career in the first innings, a three-run jack from Danny Jensen in the third and a two-run shot off Vladimir Guerrero Jr.’s bat. Salt to take away the eighth game.

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Espinal and Guerrero were joint 5-for-40 during the winning streak when they hit their homers.

Jansen’s home run was his seventh of the season. He is third in the team with Bo Bichette – behind Guerrero (10) and George Springer (nine) – despite having at least 120 fewer batsmen than either of them.

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Ryu’s exit

Hyun-Jin Ryu gave AJ Pollock a home run to start the game, then looked great through three innings, allowing nothing but a single. In the fourth, however, the lefty…

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