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Quick Recap: Yankees Beat Jays

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Adam Lind
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Yankees 3 Blue Jays 0

A nice outing for J.A. Happ. 3.1, 4 hits (3 singles and a double), 1 walk, 2 k. He looked good with the glove too, made a nice play on a bunt single attempt by Brett Gardner to start the game, and a nice grab on a comebacker later in the game.

Brett Cecil, on the other hand didn't fair so well. 1.1, 1 hit (a 3 run double by the Garden Gnome), 3 runs, 2 earned, 3 walks, 2 k. He wasn't helped by an error from Mike McCoy, but then Mark DeRosa made a super play at third base to get him out of the fourth inning. His ERA is 8.59 now.

The other Jay pitchers did well:

  • Alex Hinshaw: 1.1, 2 k.
  • Ramon Ortiz: 2.0, 1 walk, 1 k. And he picked off a runner on first.
  • Tyson Brummett: 1.0, 1 walk, 1 k.

We didn't do a lot with the bats, 7 hits, all but one singles.

  • Rajai Davis: 0 for 3, k. .208.
  • Emilio Bonifacio: 0 for 3. .290. He also made just a great play at second, ranging a long way to his left, spinning and making a good throw to first.
  • Colby Rasmus: 1 for 4, k. .182. He needs to get a bunch of at bats.
  • Jose Bautista: 0 for 3. .192.
  • Melky Cabrera: 1 for 2, double. .300. Looked ok in CF.
  • Anthony Gose: 1 for 2. .300. And a great catch in CF.
  • Adam Lind: 1 for 2. .440.
  • Mark DeRosa: 0 for 2, 2 k. .471.
  • Andy LaRoche: 1 for 2. .308.
  • Josh Thole: 1 for 1, walk. .167.
  • Mike Nickeas: 1 for 2. .158.
  • Mike McCoy: 0 for 1. .000. And the error.
  • Lance Zawadzki: 0 for 1, walk. .358.

Tomorrow is an off day for the Jays.