A recap of last night's Toronto/Colorado Game One.
|The Toronto Blue Jays performance against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field last night was disastrous as the team was trounced 13-6.
Toronto's starting pitcher, Edwin Jackson, just didn't have the stuff last night.
Right off the bat, Jackson struggled to get an out.
Not surprisingly, Jackson was gone after 2.1 innings.
Jackson gave up 10 hits, 10 earned runs, three walks, and struck out just four batters.
Toronto's Luke Maile and Randal Grichuk had two RBIs.
Colorado's Trevor Story had a really good night at the plate, going three for you and collecting seven RBIs.
Rockie's starter, German Marquez, had a good night on the mound.
Marquez went seven innings, giving up six hits, two earned runs, three walks, and struck out seven batters.
Preview: Jays Verses Rockies Game Two
Tonight 9:10 p.m. EDT.
Coors Field, Denver, Colorado
TOR: Marcus Stroman - 3-6.
COL: Jon Gray - 4-4.
Stroman is looking to win his third game in a row tonight.
Stroman has never started against the Rockies before.
As for Gray, he hasn't pitched against the Blue Jays since June 27, 2016.
Ryan Borucky - Elbow,
Clay Buchholtz - Shoulder,
Tim Mayza - Forearm,
David Phelps - Elbow,
Dalton Pompey - Concussion,
Aaron Sanchez - Finger,
Matt Shoemaker - Knee,
Ryan Tepera - Elbow,
Devon Travis - Knee,
Jacob Waguespack - Shoulder.
Tyler Anderson - Knee,
Charlie Blackmon - Calf,
Wade Davis - Oblique,
Jon Gray - Finger,
Harrison Musgrave - Elbow.