As class=”instagram-twitter-container”> pressure ratchets up on class=”instagram-twitter-container”> Toronto Maple Leafs’ ‘Core Four’, Mitch Marner insists class=”instagram-twitter-container”> players in class=”instagram-twitter-container”> locker room are paying zero attention to class=”instagram-twitter-container”> outside noise.

Toronto Blue Jays first baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is back in class=”instagram-twitter-container”> team’s starting lineup miss Tuesday’s game against class=”instagram-twitter-container”> Phillies after missing class=”instagram-twitter-container”> previous two contests with wrist soreness.

Guerrero Jr. will hit second behind shortstop Bo Bichette.

Guerrero Jr. initially felt class=”instagram-twitter-container”> wrist soreness during Toronto’s 4-0 win over class=”instagram-twitter-container”> Pirates in class=”instagram-twitter-container”> series opener last Friday. He would miss class=”instagram-twitter-container”> next two games against Pittsburgh.

Fans can watch class=”instagram-twitter-container”> Blue Jays take on class=”instagram-twitter-container”> Phillies on Sportsnet ONE and SN NOW starting at 6:30 p.m. ET.