The Toronto Blue Jays are losing players left and right. The Blue Jays' bullpen took another hit as reliever Yimi Garcia is now on the injured list, per ESPN. Garcia is on the 15-day injured list with a sore elbow.

The club is replacing Garcia with Triple-A pitcher Brandon Eisert from Buffalo. The injury leaves the franchise scrambling to once again find a few good relief pitchers this season.

What is going on with Toronto's bullpen

Toronto Blue Jays relief pitcher Yimi Garcia (93) delivers a pitch against the Baltimore Orioles in the ninth inning at Rogers Centre.
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The Blue Jays are getting absolutely battered in their bullpen this season. The team has lost two of its relievers already, as Jordan Romano is on the IL and Erik Swanson remains in the minors. Romano is an All-Star closer, who has been out since May 30 with shoulder problems. Swanson is in the minors trying to get his groove back after a very rough season in the MLB. Romano had a 9.22 ERA in the majors this season, per ESPN. He appeared in just 17 games.

Garcia was proving to be a bright spot in the Toronto bullpen. He is 3-0 with a 2.57 ERA, after appearing in 27 games. The reliever was getting a lot of work because he was consistently getting strikeouts. He fanned 37 batters this year during his performances on the mound.

The Blue Jays are searching for any and all answers to help the club. The team will most likely use Eisert as much as it can moving forward. The club is one of the worst teams in the majors when it comes to the collective earned run average of its relievers. Toronto relievers had a 4.69 ERA entering play Monday. That's the fourth-worst mark in the majors, per ESPN.

The Blue Jays are already struggling to score runs this year, and it has definitely affected the team's confidence. Joey Votto hasn't been available all season, making matters worse. Even Toronto's starters are bit by the injury bug, as Alex Manoah has been in and out of the rotation since Opening Day.

Toronto has had success in recent years, but things aren't looking as good for the team this year. The Blue Jays are just 35-37 on the season and 14 games behind the New York Yankees in the American League East. Toronto famously lost on the Shohei Ohtani sweepstakes during the offseason, and it appears the team has almost been hungover since then. The club is 5-5 in their last 10 games.

The Blue Jays are in action again Tuesday, playing the Boston Red Sox. The first pitch is scheduled for 7:05 Eastern.