Jays 0, Rangers 1

There's not much to say about last night, other than the bats went to sleep and Romero impressed with his second strong outing in a row. Aaron Hill tried to get the offense going with 2 hits, including 1 double, but the hits were mostly sporadic throughout the game and 13 base runners were left on base as a result. I have to add that I'm really impressed with Kevin Millwood this season. He holds a 2.72 ERA after 13 starts this season and may be benefiting from feeling like the ace on a staff with such young and impressionable hurlers like Derek Holland. Attendance was a dud with just over 16,000 fans catching the game. Hopefully the bats liven up again for today's game against Florida.

AAA Notes: Jason Lane isn't taking the Dellucci signing well at all. He went 5 for 5 last night with 2 home runs and 6 RBIs. Russ Adams had a 3 for 4 night, bringing his average to an impressive .368,but only has 1 HR and no stolen bases, ensuring that any call up would be a utility role. Fabio Castro pitched 6 good innings, allowing 4 runs but keeping Las Vegas in this laughter of a 14-4 win. Vegas scored 8 runs against Franklin Morales, who was making his second rehab start.

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