A recap of yesterday's Baltimore/Toronto Game Three of three.
|The good news, the Toronto Blue Jays crushed the Baltimore Orioles yesterday 12-4.
The bad news, both the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox also won.
Despite the convincing win, the Blue Jays were knocked out of the postseason.
"Unfortunately our fate was in the hands of another team," said George Springer at the postgame press conference.
Springer hit two home runs for Toronto, including, a grand slam in the bottom of the third inning.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. hit his 48th home run of the season.
Teoscar Hernandez homered and hit a two run single.
Marcus Semien also homered fior Toronto.
The Jays finished the season with 262 home runs.
Springer had three hits and five RBIs.
Hernandez had three RBIs.
Oriole's Tyler Nevin homered at the top of the third inning.
Baltimore's Austin Hays scored on a sacrifice fly and also had a RBI single.
Jay's starting pitcher, Hyun-Jin Ryu had another solid outing.
Ryu pitched five innings, allowed just two earned runs and struck out seven batters.
Oriole's starting pitcher, Bruce Zimmerman gave up five hits in 0.2 innings.
At the postgame press conference, Jay's manager, Charlie Montoyo and several Blue Jays players reflected on this past season.
"I'm so proud of this team overcoming all the obstacles" said Montoyo.
"I'm really proud of everybody for how we finished," said Jay's shortstop, Bo Bichette.
The Jays finished the season with a 91-71 record.
There you have it.
The last Jay's recap for this year.
Thanks to all of you that read my recaps all summer.
Starting on October 14th, I will have my first Toronto Maple Leaf's recap.