A recap of yesterday's Baltimore/Toronto Game Two of three.
|The Toronto Blue Jay's bats were really swinging yesterday as the team clobbered the Baltimore Orioles 10-1.
"I'm so proud of these guys,' said Jay's manager, Charlie Montoyo at the postgame press conference.
"it's unbelievable what these guys have done." "We never quit," said Montoyo.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr, Teoscar Hernandez, George Springer, Bo Bichette, and Danny Jansen all homered for the Jays.
Toronto broke the franchise record for home runs in a single season with 258.
The Jays set the record in 2010 with 257 homers.
Santiago Espinal had three hits, including, a a RBI double.
Baltimore got their lone run when Trey Mancini scored on a routine ground out.
Jay's starting pitcher, Alek Monoah pitched seven solid innings, allowing an earned run and striking out 10 batters.
"He's beyond his years," said Montoyo on Monoah.
Springer had three RBIs.
Oriole's starting pitcher, John Means lasted just three innings, allowing seven hits and six earned runs.