A recap of last night's Toronto/Baltimore Game One.
|Toronto Blue Jay's Eric Sogard, kicked off last night's game at Camden Yards in Baltimore with a solo home run blast.
After that, the Jay's bats went silent as the Orioles won 4-2.
The Orioles went ahead 2-1 in the bottom of the third inning with back to back doubles by Trey Mancini and Chance Sico.
Next inning, Anthony Santander put the O's ahead 3-1 with a RBI double.
Santander went three for four at the plate and collected a RBI.
The Jays got their second run when Randal Grichuk hit a RBI double.
Jonathan Villar scored Baltimore's fourth run with a RBI double.
Sogard went two for four at the plate.
Toronto's starting pitcher, Trent Thornton, went five innings, giving up seven hits, three earned runs, three walks, and struck out four batters.
Oriole's starter, John Means, went five innings, giving up just four hits, an earned run, three walks, and struck out seven batters.
Baltimore's closer, Mychal Givens picked up his sixth save.
Preview: Jays Verses Orioles Game Two.
Tonight 7:05 p.m. EDT.
Camden Yards, Baltimore, MARY.
TOR: Edwin Jackson - 0-4.
BAL: David Hess - 1-8.
Jackson hasn't faced the O's since June of 2012.
Hess last faced the Jays on April 1.
Baltimore won 6-5.
Hess had eight strikeouts in that game.