Tor 13, LAA 1 - May 6th Recap

Jays and Dodgers sitting in a tree, M - A - S - H - I - N - G !!! Wow, both these teams are putting up impressive stats as they both scored over 10 runs yet again. For the Jays, their 5th game of 12 runs or more broke their total for all of last season, when they scored 12 or more runs only 4 times. It's a pretty good indicator of just how much better the offense has been this season than it was last season.

Pitching: Roy for 8, Camp for 1, an obvious choice when you have a 12 run lead! Typical Doc outing, 8 IP, 6 hits, 6 Ks, 2 BB, only 1 ER, which now lowers his era to 3.26. Not Greinke territory, but we'll see where they both end up in September. On the LAA side, it was almost like they were conceding the win, with a very ugly outing by Ortega and most of their relievers, but we'll take it!

Offense: Everyone got a hit, Hill continued to dominate with another 3 hit night including his 7th home run of the season, and Snider had another important 2 for 4 outing. Wells and Overbay also added a dinger each, and the squad now has 4 hitters with an average over .315. Adam Lind chipped in with 2 doubles, Wells and Overbay with 3 RBIs a piece.

Next up: Robert Ray (0-0, 4.76) will try to make it 3 in a row against Jered Weaver (2-1, 3.13). This game should be a better indicator of what kind of stuff Ray really has, more to follow after the game!

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