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Dodgers vs. Blue Jays interleague series snapshot

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The Dodgers open a three-game series against the Blue Jays in Toronto on Friday night, a weekend set between 2015 playoff teams to have started 2016 at an underwhelming .500. One team will end the weekend above .500 and the other below, but first here is a quick overview of the two teams before they meet at Rogers Centre.

Teams: Dodgers (14-14) vs. Blue Jays (15-15)

Split records: Dodgers on road (9-6), Blue Jays at home (8-8)

Run differential: Dodgers +11 (11th in MLB), Blue Jays +14 (ninth in MLB)

Runs scored: Dodgers 4.32 per game (14th), Blue Jays 4.17 (16th)

OPS+: Dodgers 88 (22nd), Blue Jays 97 (16th)

(Non-pitcher) wRC+: Dodgers 93 (19th), Blue Jays 102 (13th)

Runs allowed: Dodgers 3.93 (11th), Blue Jays 3.70 (sixth)

ERA+: Dodgers 107 (12th), Rays 111 (10th)

Last 10 games: Dodgers 3-7, Blue Jays 5-5

All-time head-to-head record: Dodgers 9-6 (LA 6-3 in Toronto)

Last meeting: 2013 (Dodgers road sweep)

2015-2016 interleague play: Dodgers 11-11 (3-9 on road), Blue Jays 12-8 (7-3 at home)

Blue Jays SB Nation site: Bluebird Banter

Series Schedule

Pitching matchups:

Friday, 4:07 p.m. PT: Kenta Maeda vs. Marcus Stroman (SportsNet LA, MLB Network)
Saturday, 10:07 a.m.: Clayton Kershaw vs. R.A. Dickey (SportsNet LA)
Sunday, 10:07 a.m.: Ross Stripling vs. Marco Estrada (SportsNet LA)