A recap of last night's Tampa Bay/Toronto Game Two of three.
|Tampa Bay Ray's Jin-Man Choi had a home run and a double in a 2-0 win over the Toronto Blue Jays last night.
The Blue Jay's bats were silent last night.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. was hitless last night. He went 0 for 4.
"Their, (Tampa's) pitchers did a great job," said Jay's manager, Charlie Montoyo at the postgame press conference.
Toronto was also robbed a few times of extra base hits.
Tampa's defense was really good last night.
Brandon Lowe also homered for the Rays last night.
Tampa's starting pitcher, Drew Rasmussen, pitched five scoreless innings.
Despite the loss, Jay's starting pitcher, Jose Berrios had a good night on the mound, going seven innings and allowing an earned run.
Unfortunately, Berrios left the game with abdominal tightness.
Berrios threw 87 pitches.
It was the fourth consecutive start that Berrios worked into the seventh inning.
With the loss, Toronto is in a three way tie with Boston, and the New York Yankees for the wild card.