Wednesday, May 26, 2010

And the Jays do it again!

Less than a week after scoring six runs on six solo home runs against Dan Haren and the Diamondbacks' bullpen, the Blue Jays scored three runs off of four hits against Ervin Santana. Three of these hits were, you guessed it, solo home runs. To go with their nine home runs in those two games, the Blue Jays also struck out nineteen times, while walking once. To reverse an old baseball saying, you can't hit a solo home run if someone is clogging up the bases!

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