Jays Rally Back To Win

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A recap of yesterday's Toronto/Baltimore Game Two.

The Toronto Blue Jays rallied back from a 7-4 deficit yesterday afternoon to defeat the Baltimore Orioles 10-7.

"Man!  It was great to see our team celebrating after the game," said Jay's manager, Charlie Montoyo at the postgame press conference.  "It was a great, great team win."

The Orioles hit six home runs yesterday.

Ryan Mountcastle hit three home runs, including, a two run homer in the bottom of the sixth inning.

Mountcastle went four for four at the plate and had four RBIs.

Ryan Mountcastle has a good day at the plate in Oriole's loss.

Cedric Mullins hit two home runs for the Orioles yesterday.

D.J. Stewart hit the other home run for Baltimore.

Oriole's starting pitcher, Dean Kremer went six innings, allowing just two earned runs and struck out six batters.

Things got heated in the fourth inning involving Jay's starting pitcher, Alek Monoah.

Monoach threw a pitch at Maikel Franco that he said wasn't intentional.

The benches cleared.

When the dust settled, Monoah was ejected from the game for throwing at Franco.

Before he was ejected, Monoah had struck out five batters in 3.1 innings pitched.

The Jays scored six runs at the top of the eighth inning to go ahead for good.

 

Marcus Semien

Jay's Marcus Semien hit two home runs yesterday.

Semien's teammate, Vladimir Guerrero Jr hit a solo home run.

Semien went two for four at the plate and had three RBIs.

Guerrero Jr. went two for five at the plate and also had three RBIs. 

Game Three was played earlier this afternoon.


Submitted: June 20, 2021

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88 fingers

Baltimore can hit and score runs, it's just their pitching is bad. If it was a bit better, they could have and extra 8-10 wins and make the AL East more close.
As for the Bluejays, will they stay competitive and maybe make some deals to bolster their line up. Or if they hover at .500, look to dump some salary?

Mon, June 21st, 2021 10:23pm

88 fingers

Baltimore can hit and score runs, it's just their pitching is bad. If it was a bit better, they could have and extra 8-10 wins and make the AL East more close.
As for the Bluejays, will they stay competitive and maybe make some deals to bolster their line up. Or if they hover at .500, look to dump some salary?

Mon, June 21st, 2021 10:23pm

88 fingers

Baltimore can hit and score runs, it's just their pitching is bad. If it was a bit better, they could have and extra 8-10 wins and make the AL East more close.
As for the Bluejays, will they stay competitive and maybe make some deals to bolster their line up. Or if they hover at .500, look to dump some salary?

Mon, June 21st, 2021 10:24pm

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There's already been trade talk and rumours involving the Blue Jays.

Mon, June 21st, 2021 5:03pm

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