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Blue Jays come out of funk with Ross Stripling's strong out and George Springer's clutch hit

Blue Jays' Ross Stripling delivers a pitch in the second inning against the Baltimore Orioles at Rogers Centre on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2022 in Toronto.
Blue Jays Los Strip The ring will pitch in the second inning against the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday, August 17, 2022 at the Rogers Center in Toronto. PHOTO BY VAUGHN RIDLEY /GETTY IMAGES

Ross Stripling desperately needed a boost gave the Blue Jays everything they wanted in their return to the lineup. 

Stripling couldn't make his decision, but claimed his performance opened the door to You can do it - the Jays' offense had to clench their teeth. It was suddenly unleashed in a long-awaited kind of explosion. 

He remained scoreless through the bottom of the seventh inning, mostly thanks to a strip ring, but the Jays sent 10 players to bat in the inning. , scored six times to take the lead in this match. Road to 6-1 victory. 

Big Hit appeared as a pinch hitter for Lymel Tapia, the 1,000th . 47} Opened the floodgates by acquiring Teoscar Hernandez for a career hit. 

Santiago He took a little extra breather after Espinal hit his two-run double and then a little extra when Lourdes Gurriel forced a run on the bases loaded walk. A cushion was born. Alejandro Kirk played two more on a double off the left wall. 

6-run innings saw the Jays nearly score more than in his two games. It was a run. 

Imi He gave Garcia the win, but there is no doubt that the players in the game were striplings. , set the tone early on and was very dominant. 

Blue Jays’ George Springer celebrates after scoring a run on a double by Santiago Espinal in the seventh inning against the Baltimore Orioles. VAUGHN RIDLEY/GETTY IMAGES
Blue Jays' George Springer scores. Santiago Espinal doubled in the seventh inning against the Baltimore Orioles, who would later rejoice. VAUGHN RIDLEY/GETTY IMAGES

6 and 1/3 is his second longest outing this year, coming out of a stint on the injury list and doing something I'm talking 

Twice earlier this season, he limited his opponents to one hit in five or more innings, but given the circumstances of this Jays team, the skid Desperate and needed to get out of a win to avoid dropping out of the playoff spots, Stripling has not performed any better this year. 

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Taking a day off himself off the injured list Only recently returnedhas covered up a pretty big moment. The day off was canceled when Tapia chose to come when the Orioles chose to bring a lefty. 

Springer cut a single down the middle, celebrating his first run. 

Garcia returned shortstop Bo with a bare hand from his bichet to get Hopper back to short, first to Ryan to win his Mountcastle, and Cedric Mullins played to make him 3. I got the rank. The game is still scoreless. 

Garcia then struck out Austin Hayes to end the inning and hold the shutout. The 

offense came to life and the Jays had some very bad days. 

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