BALTIMORE – The Toronto Blue Jays had to complete a five-point comeback to win the doubles program against the Baltimore Orioles on Saturday afternoon. In the evening, they trailed only 1-0 at the start of the seventh inning, but scored 11 points to win the second game.
In the afternoon, George Springer hit a two-run home run with seven strikeouts in seventh to give the Blue Jays an 11-10 victory. Then, in the evening, the Toronto team made seven home runs in seventh place and defended themselves with an 11-2 victory.
“It’s been a long day,” Springer said. I think they are a very resilient team that fights and hangs in every game. Obviously every game counts and this is a good day for us as a team. We are now looking forward to tomorrow’s game. “
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. holds the 43rd longball record of the season, Afternoon, to get closer to Shohi Ohtani’s home run of Los Angeles Angels leading Major Baseball in this chapter.
Lord’s Gurrial Jr. and Danny Johnson also hit home runs for the Blue Jays in Game 1. In the evening, Bo Bichette, Alejandro Kirk, Marcus Semian and Dioscar Hernandez threw their balls in their offensive line in seventh place.
The Blue Jays are on their eighth doubles program this season. It does more than the previous six seasons. The team has not played more doubles programs in a single season since 1982.
“I do not believe what I just saw,” said Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo. Honestly, what we did in the first game, I expected in the second. That’s what this team does, we never give up. “
In Game 1, after the Orioles allowed rookie stopper Tyler Wells (2-2) to double and walk in the seventh inning, Guriel hit a single, followed by a ball from Jake Lamb. Spacing 10-9.
Wells was able to pull Jansen on the candle, but Springer gave his side the victory with his bang on the wall on the left field.
Austin Hayes scored two home runs for the Orioles, with Anthony Santander and Ryan Mountcastle each adding. Hayes extended his game with at least one win in 17 games, the highest in his career.
Nate Pearson (1-1) led the Blue Jays to victory without scoring in two innings at the mound. Jordan Romano made his 17th save.
In the second game, the Blue Jays did not hit any hits before the start of the seventh and final inning. However, that changed when Guerrero hit a single against Rookie Keegan Akin (2-9). Bichette led his ball to the left field.
Tanner Scott stepped on the field and gave Kirk another two-run home run.
Semyon and Hernandez added three-point homers to allow Blue Jays to equalize with 11 points. 11 hits and four homers in one set.
Cedric Mullins scored the first point of the game for the Orioles with a solo slap in the third inning.
Trevor Richards (7-2), who finished sixth for the Blue Jays, collected the victory.