Jim Johnson the big closer for the Os is in and promptly retires Davis on a grounder to Hardy at short.
Michael, good question. I definitely think the Jays are a legit darkhorse in the east along with KC or the Whitsoxs
Lawrie get an infield hit down the third base line.
Rasmus records the second out of the 9th with a ground out to Chris Davis at first. Arencibia is the Jays last chance
Arencebia pulls a Roger Dorn and takes one for the team. Two on, tying run at the plate in Escobar. Ben Francisco pinch running for Arencibia.
Good call on the National League teams Michael. Strong pics.
Escobar lifts a lazy fly ball to Markakis in right to end the game. Jays go down 7-5.
Yes, JayJay that's how this one is going to end. 7 homers by both teams combined, but the Jays come out on the losing end.
Darren O'Day is tonight's winning pitcher with Jim Johnson getting the save. Darren Oliver takes the loss as the Jays fall to 4-3 this season.
This game was consistent with the other Jays performances so far this year. They could have very well won the game, but really didn't do enough to earn it. The beauty of baseball is that they get to do it all again tomorrow afternoon at 4:07 pm.
Tune in to The Score tomorrow and see if the hitting and pitching can put together a complete game for the first time this season. Thank you all for participating, I appreciate all your comments and questions - keep them coming! Until next time...