A recap of last night's Atlanta/Toronto game.
|It is amazing, but the Toronto Blue Jays managed to hit off of Atlanta Brave's starting pitcher, Mike Soroka last night.
Going into Game One of the two game series against the Jays, Soroka was 10-2.
The Blue Jays got eight base hits off of Soroka in a 3-1 win.
In the bottom of the first inning, Vladmir Guerrero drove in Bo Bichette with a RBI single.
Two batters later, Justin Smoak drove in Cavan Biggio to put the Jays ahead 2-0.
The Braves got their lone run at the top of the seventh inning when Ozzie Albies drove in Tyler Flowers with a ground rule double.
In the bottom of seventh, Smoak hit a solo home run.
Smoak went two for three at the plate and had two RBIs.
Jay's pitcher, Zack Godley went three innings, allowing two hits, no earned runs, two walks, and struck out two batters.
Brave's Billy Hamilton went two for two at the plate.
Soroka went six innings, allowing two earned runs, no walks, and struck out a batter.
Preview: Braves Verses Jays Game Two
Tonight 7:07 p.m. EDT.
Rogers Centre, Toronto, ONT.
ATL: Mike Foltynewicz - 4-5, 5.68 ERA.
TOR: Jacob Waguespack - 4-1, 3.63 ERA.
The Jays have a chance to sweep the series tonight.
Waguespack has been impressive on the mound lately.