Really though, We all like to joke about the Jedi like powers that Bautista has acquired, but the guy is looking unstoppable from game to game. It is absolute joy to watch Bautista at the plate, it doesn't seem to matter what the count is or what the pitcher is trying to do, Bautista always looks calm and composed. Its great. Now imagine if we still had Halladay and had the best pitcher and hitter in baseball? Le Sigh.
Today we have one of the potential aces in the Jays rotation. Brandon Morrow taking on Brian Duensing as the Jays look for the sweep over the Twins and their 5th consecutive win.
#23 / Pitcher / Toronto Blue Jays
Jul 26, 1984
|2011 - Brandon Morrow||1-2||4||4||0||0||0||0||21.0||17||11||11||1||10||29||4.71||1.29|
#52 / Pitcher / Minnesota Twins
Feb 22, 1983
|2011 - Brian Duensing||2-2||7||6||0||0||0||0||38.0||40||16||14||3||14||25||3.32||1.42|
Escobar SS Patterson LF Bautista RF Encarnacion 1B Hill 2B Rivera DH Davis CF Mcdonald 3B Molina C
Minnesota Twins - Lineup 5/15: Span, CF, Plouffe SS, Kubel DH, Morneau 1B, Young LF, Cuddyer RF, Valencia 3B, Butera 1B, Casilla 2B
Molina gets his start through the rotation with Morrow pitching and EE is back at 1st base in place of Cooper.
Lets go for the sweep!
Blue Jays lead the series 2-0
|Fri 05/13|| WP: Ricky Romero (3 - 4) |
SV: Frank Francisco
LP: Alex Burnett (0 - 2)
|2 - 0 win|
|Sat 05/14|| WP: Jon Rauch (2 - 2) |
LP: Glen Perkins (0 - 1)
|9 - 3 win|
Keep it Civil and Go Jays Go