A recap of last night's Toronto/Baltimore Game Two
|Finally. Toronto Blue Jay's pitcher, Edwin Jackson, got his first win of the season last night.
Jackson went five innings, giving up just four hits, two earned runs, two walks, and struck out two batters.
Baltimore went ahead 1-0 in the bottom of the fourth when Trey Mancini hit a solo home run.
Up 2-1 at the top of the fifth inning, Toronto's Rowdy Tellez broke the game wide open with a grand slam.
Up 6-1, the Jays scored two more runs at the top of the sixth inning.
The Orioles closed the gap to 8-4 in the bottom of the eighth inning when Chance Sisco hit a two run double.
The O's scored two more runs later in the eighth to make it a 8-6 game.
Thankfully, Jay's pitcher, Daniel Hudson struck out the final two batters in the bottom the ninth inning to secure the win for Toronto.
Hudson picked up his first save of the season.
Tellez went two for five at the plate and collected four RBIs.
Sisco went two for four at the plate and collected two RBIs last night.
Oriole's starting pitcher, David Hess, went just four innings, giving up five hits, four earned runs, four walks, and struck out three batters.
It was Hess's ninth loss of the season.
Preview: Jays Verses Orioles Game Three
Tonight 7:05 p.m. EDT.
Camden Yards, Baltimore, MARY.
TOR: Marcus Stroman - 3-8.
BAL: Gabriel Ynoa - 0-2.
Stroman last faced the Orioles on April 2.
Baltimore won 2-1.
Ynoa has never face the Jays as a starter.
Toronto's Freddie Galvis hit.1,000 off of Ynoa in 2016.
Baltimore's Chris Davis hit .400 off of Stroman in 2016.
Ken Giles - Elbow.