A recap of last night's Toronto/Kansas City Game One.
|The Toronto Blue Jays hammered the Kansas City Royals 7-3 last night, however, that wasn't the big story of the game.
Bo Bichette made his Major League BaseBall debut with the Jays, playing shortstop.
It was a magical night for Bichette, At the top of the second inning, he got a base hit on his first ever Major League at bat.
Toronto's Randal Grichuk had a good night, going three for five at the plate and collecting three RBIs.
Cavan Biggio also went three for five at the plate and had two RBIs for the Jays.
Jay's starting pitcher, Thomas Pannone had a better start this time, going six innings, giving up five hits, three earned runs, a walk, and struck out four batters.
Kansas City's Cheslor Cuthbert went two for four at the plate and had two RBIs.
Royal's starter, Brad Keller went seven innings, giving up eight hits, four earned runs, no walks, and struck out five batters.
Preview: Jays Verses Royals Game Two
Tonight 8:15 p.m. EDT.
Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City, MOU.
TOR: Sean Reid-Foley - 0-1.
KC: Mike Montgomery - 1-3.
Reid-Foley faced the Rpyals on June 28. Toronto won 6-3.
Montgomery has never faced the Blue Jays as a starter.
Grichuk hit .500 off of Montgomery in 2017.
Alex Gordon has hit. 667 off of Reid-Foley this season.
Clay Buchholz - Shoulder,
Freddie Galvis - Back,
Ken Giles - Elbow,
Elvis Luciano - Elbow,
Luke Maile - Oblique,
Clayton Richard - Back,
Matt Shoemaker - Knee,
Ryan Tepera - Elbow,
Trent Thornton - Elbow,
Devon Travis - Knee.
Jesse Hahn - Elbow,
Adalberto Mondesi - Shoulder,
Trevor Oaks - Hip,
Salvador Perez - Elbow.