A recap of yesterday's Kansas City/Toronto Game Two.
|The good news for the Toronto Blue Jays yesterday was the team defeated the Kansas City Royals 7-5.
The bad news, Jay's starting pitcher, Marcus Stroman, injured his left arm in the fifth inning.
Stroman had to be pulled after four innings after he was experiencing some discomfort in the warm up.
Stroman gave up four hits, three earned runs, two walks and struck out four batters.
Up 2-1 at the top of the fourth inning, Martin Maldonado hit a solo home run.
The Royals went up 4-1 at the top of the fifth inning when Hunter Dozier hit a RBI double.
In the bottom of the fifth, though, Cavan Biggio hit a grand slam to put the Jays ahead 5-4.
The Royals tied it up at the top of the ninth inning when Alex Gordon hit a sacrifice fly.
In the bottom of the ninth, Danny Jansen hit a walk off two run homer to give the Jays the victory.
Biggio went 1 for 3 at the plate and collected four RBIs.
Royal's starting pitcher, Homer Bailey, went five innings, giving up five hits, five earned runs, four walks and struck out six batters.