"Zero percent intimidating," Bichette said Monday, according to Rob Longley of the Toronto Sun. "We understand they are a good team. Top to bottom they do a lot of things well, but not at all intimidated."
The eighth-seeded Blue Jays finished eight wins behind the American League East-winning Rays during the abbreviated regular season. However, the two teams played a tight season series, with Toronto outscoring Tampa Bay 48-44 despite losing six out of the 10 games.
Game 1 of the series starts at 5 p.m. ET on Tuesday at Tropicana Field. The Rays will send left-hander Blake Snell to the mound, while righty Matt Shoemaker will start for the Blue Jays.