A recap of last night's Los Angeles Angels/Toronto Game Three
|After a long rain delay, the Toronto Blue Jays trounced the Los Angeles Angels 15-1 last night in Dunedin, Florida.
Jay's manager, Charlie Montoyo said at the postgame press conference his hitters were patient at the plate and the walks made a difference in the game.
The Jays went up 1-0 in the bottom of the second inning when Santiago Espinal scored on an error.
Up 3-0, Randal Grichuk hit a three run double later in the inning.
Then, Espinal drove in Grichuk with a single to make it 7-0 Jays.
In the bottom of the third inning, Bo Bichette hit a two run double to make it a 9-0 game.
Then, Vladmir Guerrero Jr drove in Bichette with a single.
The Angels got their lone run at the top of the fourth inning when Anthony Rendon hit a solo home run.
In the bottom of the fourth, rookie, Josh Palacios drove in Espinal with a single.
Then, Bichette hit a two run double to make it 13-1.
The Jays went ahead 14-1 when Guerrero Jr. drove in Bichette with a single.
In the bottom of the eighth inning, Joe Panik drove in Palacios with a single.
Bichette went two for four at the plate and had five RBIs.
Toronto's starting pitcher, Steven Matz went six innings, allowing five hits, an earned run, three walks, and struck out four batters.
Rendon went two for four and had a RBI.
Angel's starting pitcher, Jose Quintana didn't last two innings.
Quintana went just 1.2 innings, allowing five hits, five earned runs, four walks, and struck out four batters.
The rubber match of the four game series is today.