Never in doubt, right?
The Blue Jays faced one hell of a mountain after dropping the series opener with the Yankees last night.
Down three games to New York in the standings with five games left, the Blue Jays went up against Gerrit Cole in a situation where losing would more than likely mean the end of their season.
Thanks to a strong start from Jose Berrios and a huge game from Bo Bichette, we’re still alive.
Things worth mentioning…
The bats started out hot, as George Springer led off with a double and Marcus Semien promptly smashed a two-run bomb. In the second, it was Santiago Espinal hitting a double and Bo Bichette knocking the dinger to make the game 4-0. Quite a start against Robbie Ray’s competition for the Cy Young Award!
Jose “Quality Start” Berrios did just about exactly what’d we’ve come to expect he’d do at this stage, which is go out and toss a quality start. Berrios was literally perfect through four innings, but the Yankees finally got to him in the fifth when Gleyber Torres hit a two-out double. Gio Urshela then hit a weak single and Brett Garder …
Author: Cam Lewis / Blue Jays Nation