A recap of yesterday's Toronto/Baltimore double header.
|The Toronto Blue Jays swept yesterday's double header against the Baltimore Orioles.
George Springer hit the game winning home run at the top of the seventh to give the Jays the 11-10 victory.
The Jays were down 10-5 in the bottom of the fourth inning, but managed to rally back.
It all started at the top of the fifth inning when Jake Lamb hit a RBI single.
At the top of the seventh inning, Lourdes Gurriel Jr. hit a RBI single and Corey Dickerson scored on a sacrifice fly.
Then, Springer hit a two run homer.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. hit his 43rd home run of the season at the top of the third inning.
Gurriel Jr. and Danny Jansen also homered for the Jays.
Anthony Santander put Baltimore ahead 2-0 in the bottom of the first with a two run homer.
Oriole's Austin Hays homered two times yesterday.
Ryan McKenna hit a two run double in the bottom of the third inning.
Teoscar Hernandez went three for four at the plate.
Gurriel Jr. and Lamb both had three RBIs.
Jay's starting pitcher, Hyun-Jin Ryu lasted just 2.1 innings, allowing eight hits and seven earned runs.
Baltimore's Pedro Severino went three for four yesterday.
Oriole's starting pitcher, Dean Kremer pitched four innings, allowing seven hits and five earned runs.
This game was no contest.
The Jays hammered the O's 11-2.
Cedric Mullins homered in the bottom of the third inning to put Baltimore up 1-0.
It was all Toronto from there on.
Bo Bichette, Alejandro Kirk. Marcus Semien, and Hernandez all homered at the top of the seventh.
Semien and Hernandez had three RBIs.
Jay's starting pitcher, Thomas Hatch pitched four innings and allowed an earned run.
Oriole's starting pitcher, Keegan Akin pitched six innings and allowed three earned runs.
At the postgame press conference, Jay's manager, Charlie Montoyo said he wasn't expecting a win in the second game after what his team did in the first.
"We don't quit man," said Montoyo.