Blue Jays Take Two of Three

Game one: Orioles 2, Blue Jays 0

– Jeremy Guthrie, Pedro Strop, and Jim Johnson combined to shut out Toronto in game one. Brett Cecil pitched good as well but Nick Markakis and Vladimir Guerrero each had RBI singles and that was enough to win the game. The both singled twice in the game. Robert Andino, JJ Hardy, and Ryan Adams also singled.

Player of the game: Jeremy Guthrie – 7 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 3 BB, 5 K, W (7-17) (4.29 ERA)

Game two: Orioles 4, Blue Jays 5

– Rick VandenHurk got a start and couldn’t make it out of the 3rd inning. He gave up three runs over 2.1 innings. The bullpen did a great job keeping the Blue Jays off the board until the 9th inning when Kevin Gregg blew another save and handed Toronto the victory. Chris Davis singled, doubled, walked, and drove in two runs. Vladimir Guerrero drove in a run with two singles and a double. Matt Angle singled twice and knocked in a run.

Player of the game: Vladimir Guerrero – 3-4, R, RBI, double (27) (.288 AVG)

Game three: Orioles 5, Blue Jays 6

– Tommy Hunter continued his trend of pitching well until he reaches the later innings. He gave up three runs over the first three innings before settling down. He then gave up three runs in the 7th which was enough to give Toronto a permanent lead. Nick Markakis singled, doubled, walked, and drove in two runs. Chris Davis doubled, walked twice, and stole a base. Matt Angle singled, walked twice, and drove in a run. Nolan Reimold singled twice and walked.

Player of the game: Nick Markakis – 2-4, 2 RBI, BB, double (26) (.284 AVG)


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