A recap of last night's Toronto/Baltimore Game Three.
|Hall Of Famer, Greg Biggio's son, Cavan had a good night at the plate last night, hitting two home runs for the Toronto Blue Jays in a 12-3 trounce over the Baltimore Orioles.
There were quite a few players in the Jays lineup last night that contributed to the win.
Vladmir Guerrero had a good night both offensively and defensively.
Loudres Gurriel went three for five and had three RBIs.
Jay's starting pitcher, Marcus Stroman, had a really good night on the mound. He gave up seven hits, an earned run, no walks and struck out five batters in six innings pitched.
The Jay's pitching staff had 10 strikeouts last night.
Oriole's Anthony Santander went three for four at the plate and collected two RBIs.
Baltimore's starter, Gabriel Ynoa, went five innings, giving up seven hits, three earned runs, no walks, and struck out a batter.
Preview: Jays Verses Astros Game One
Tonight 8:10 p.m. EDT.
Minute Maid Park, Houston, TEX,
TOR: Aaron Sanchez - 3-7.
HOU: Gerrit Cole - 5-5.
Toronto is 4-6 in their last 10 games. Houston is 7-3.
Houston has a big advantage in this series. The team is 25-10 at home.
Sanchez hasn't faced the Astros since July of 2017.
Cole hasn't faced the Jays since May of 2014.
Freddie Galvis hit .500 off of Cole in 2016.
Josh Reddick has hit .333 off of Sanchez in 2016.
Ryan Borucky - Elbow,
Clay Buchholz - Shoulder,
Ken Giles - Elbow,
Elvis Lucano - Elbow,
David Phelps - Elbow,
Dalton Pompey - Concussion,
Matt Shoemaker - Knee,
Ryan Tepera - Elbow,
Devon Travis - knee.
Jacob Waguespack - Shoulder.
Jose Altuve - Hamstring,
Aledymys Diaz - Hamstring.
Carlos Correa - Ribs,
Lance McCulliers Jr. - Elbow,
Collin McHugh - Elbow,
Joe Smith - Achillies,
George Springer - Hamstring,
Max Stassi - Knee.