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I Can Do the Frug: Game 52, Royals at Jays

Well, being over .500 feels pretty darn good. Jesse Litsch was spectacular yesterday and the Jays scored plenty of runs en route to an easy victory. Litsch ptiched a complete game shutout and just did a great job, although his streak of consecutive innings without a walk finally came to an end (but not before passing Jimmy Key (my favourite all-time Jay) for the Jays all-time record. Brad Wilkerson hit a 1st inning grand slam and Lyle Overbay reached 4 times in four trips to the plate (11 straight appearances, a Jays record of his own that's still going

Today, Dustin McGowan pitches against Gil Meche, who hasn't been very good this season after putting together a great season last year. McGowan really needs to get on track with a good start, as he's been fairly shaky recently. Matt Stairs is back in the lineup after missing a few days with a stiff neck, and it's great to welcome him back.

I'm not sure how much of the game I'll get to watch, as I'm taking my daughter for a hike right now. I'll definitely be around for the second half or so, though. Let's go Jays!