Well the first two games of the series haven't gone well. Can the Jays regroup in order to salvage one game of the series? I hope so.
Because of a little bit of a crisis going on around my place (Apparently the roof anchor the apartment complex put in isn't quite air-tight and we have a leak) I likely wont be around for much of the thread tonight.
Brett Cecil gets the task to shut down the Rangers tonight and stop the bleeding for the Jays. I am a big fan of Cecil and I have made that known on the site. That being said I have a big fear tonight with this one.
Jose Bautista is back at third base for this game, other then that same lineup we had for the past few games. Hopefully Arencibia can keep his streak going.
#27 / Pitcher / Toronto Blue Jays
Jul 02, 1986
|2011 - Brett Cecil||2-4||8||8||1||0||0||0||48.1||54||31||30||8||20||35||5.59||1.53|
#41 / Pitcher / Texas Rangers
Oct 05, 1983
|2011 - Alexi Ogando||10-3||18||18||1||1||0||0||112.2||87||39||34||10||26||83||2.72||1.00|
Rangers lead the series 2-0
|Fri 07/22|| WP: Colby Lewis (10 - 7) |
LP: Jo-Jo Reyes (5 - 8)
|2 - 12 loss|
|Sat 07/23|| WP: Darren Oliver (3 - 5) |
LP: Marc Rzepczynski (2 - 3)
|4 - 5 loss|
|TORONTO BLUE JAYS||TEXAS RANGERS|
|Escobar SS||Kinsler 2B|
|Thames RF||Andrus SS|
|Bautista 3B||Hamilton LF|
|Lind 1B||Young 3B|
|Encarnacion DH||Cruz RF|
|Snider LF||Napoli C|
|Hill 2B||Davis DH|
|Davis CF||Gentry CF|
|Arencibia C||Moreland 1B|