The magic continues as the Blue Jays complete another walk-off win

This time one month ago, it was all about how the Blue Jays managed to find ways to lose games. Now, it’s all about how they keep finding ways to win. This team has some magic.

Things worth mentioning…

Tanner Roark made the start for the Blue Jays and didn’t have the best time. He was walking the tightrope all game, allowing runners to reach base in all of the innings that he pitched. But, thanks to some clutch double plays and some key strikeouts, Roark was able to dance around trouble for five innings, surrendering just one earned run on a solo homer to Ryan Mountcastle. But then Roark came out for the sixth inning and all hell broke loose. Roark allowed a double, single, and a homer. I certainly understand why Charlie Montoyo wanted to try to get six innings out of him, but it was probably ill-advised. I would take five innings of one-run ball from Roark and run.
After that, Anthony Kay came in and worked through the sixth inning, and then Sean Reid-Foley bombed through two innings allowing just one hit. Anthony Bass had some shitty batted-ball luck in the …

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Author: Cam Lewis / Blue Jays Nation

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