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"Red" Jays wraps Homer, four doubles to smash raises on Canada Day

Toronto Blue Jays second baseman Cavan Biggio scores a run and celebrates with Toronto Blue Jays first baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr. against the Tampa Bay Rays during the third inning at Rogers Centre on July 1, 2022.
Toronto Blue Jays Second Baseman Cavan Biggio Will record and celebrate a run against Toronto Blue Jays first baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Tampa Bay Rays during three innings at the Rogers Center on July 1, 2022. Photo: Nick Turchiaro /USA TODAY Sports

Canada Day, red and white are all bats Was shaking.

Also known as the Blue Jays if you don't wear national colors on special occasions, hit the Tampa Bay Rays 9-2 on Friday's Matinee, surpassing two wildcard rivals. I did. ..

Toronto heads to Saturday's doubleheader against the same opponent (noon and 6pm) with a record of 26-16 since it was nervously flirting at .500 in mid-May. .. They continue to compete for the first and second wildcard spots with the Boston Red Sox behind the Yankee machine, but the series so far has seen the injured Rays tighten the American League East. It helps prevent it.

Sold out 44,445 at Rogers Center, often wearing No. 4 George Springer present Rouge sweater, a match to celebrate the retirement of Jaze's Canadian-born catcher Russell Martin in 2019 Marked the pre-ceremony first, then saw Springer add to the attack on his sixth two-run single.

After not sustaining 4 innings in the previous two starts, both defeats, starter Jose Berríos reduced the raise to 1 run and 1 long hit with 4 Fifth before hitting and handing over to Trent Thornton, Sergio Romo and Max Castillo. The bullpen trio did not allow a hit from the ninth Castillo to the first.

Berríos received many attacks a third time, hitting five doubles against Corey Kluber's order. They included a two-run pork by Bo Bichette and Vladimir Guerrero Jr., both struggling to beat the tag on the bag. Alejandro Kirk also doubled the line when Kluber was sent off after Jaze threatened to load the base. In addition to the 11 team hits, the top four in Jaze's ranking drove eight balls into the outfield where Rays had to hustle for an out.

By the sixth time, all Toronto starters reached the base once when lead-off man Springer added a two-run single from David McKay. Junior He played in June with a batting average of 0.355, the fourth highest batting average in the majors.

Raise's long list of injured is part of why Raise is ranked second in unearned runs allowed, but all Jays hits were legal.

This was the first July 1st match at Charlie Montoyo's home since the opening season of 2019. In Buffalo, even if they wore red, they weren't real. "That series against Boston (last week), where fans were so noisy, I definitely think about it (rather than playing at Buffalo), I definitely appreciate it.

" Today Is pretty cool. My wife just bought our kids' red shoes. "


Third baseman Matt Chapman was given a break on Friday, It continued until it came 9th for defense. A doubleheader was imminent in Montoyo's plan. "If you have too many games, everyone will spend the day," he said of a short break in the schedule and a rare five-game set for Tampa. "You can't play so many or someone injuring." ... Some of the Canadian Day video gag tapes Jays and Hockey Stick, who are trying to sing O'Canada in tune. There were players such as Vladimir Guerrero Jr.

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