Blue Jays claim victory on opening day
The Blue Jays have started off their season with a win.
The team claimed a 6-1 victory over the Yankees in New York on Monday afternoon.
The Jays' Drew Hutchison took the mound for the opening day game.
The 24-year-old starter went six innings and struck out three Yankees along the way.
Edwin Encarnacion hit a home run for the Jays, as did rookie second baseman Devon Travis — and for him, it was the first hit of his major-league career.
Watch the video above to hear the CBC's Greg Ross break down the events of opening day and what the team has to do to be successful in 2015.
Blue Jays fans are hoping the team can make the playoffs this year for the first time in more than two decades.