Smoak Tallies Six RBIs In Huge Comeback Win To Tie Series

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A recap of yesterday's New York Yankees/Toronto game four.

Jistin Smoak, (Above), tallied six RBIs yesterday.


The Toronto Blue Jays made a miraclous comeback yesterday to tie the four game weekend series against the New York Yankees.

Justin Smoak went three for four at the plate and tallied six RBIs in a 7-4 Blue Jays victory.

Devon Travis kicks things off in the bottom of the second inning when he drove in Kevin Pillar.

At the top of the third inning, though, the Yankees went ahead by three runs.

Up 2-1, Brandon Drury hit a two run homer to put New York ahead 4-1.

It seemed as if the Jays were going to lose the game and the series.

In the bottom of the seventh inning, however, Toronto made their comeback.

Smoak hit a two run homer to closed the gap at 4-3.

In the bottom of the eighth inning, Smoak walked up to the plate again.

This time, Smoak hit a grand slam to put the Jays up by three runs.

The Jays shut down the Yankees at the top of the ninth inning and walked away with thw win.

Drury went two for three at the plate and collected two RBIs.

Yankee's starting pitcher, Sonny Gray, gave up seven hits, an earned run, three walks, and struck out eight batters in four innings pitched.

Toronto's starter, Marcus Stroman, gave up just three hits, four earned runs, three walks, and struck out eight batters in five innings pitched.

The Jays kicks off a three game series tonight against the Chicago White Sox.

Submitted: April 02, 2018

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