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Quick Recap: Jays and Tigers tie

MLB: Detroit Tigers at Toronto Blue Jays Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports

Tigers 4 Blue Jays 4

The Jays are still 15-9.

The good news is it was a terrific outing for Ross Stripling. 5.2 innings, 4 hits, 1 earned, no walks, and 2 strikeouts. He looked solid, with lots of strikes. 70 pitches, 50 strikes. 94.0 was his top fastball.

Ryan Borucki threw 1.1, 1 hit, 1 walk, 1 k.

David Phelps had some troubles. 1 inning, 3 hits, 3 earned, 1 home run (wind-aided). He wasn’t helped by Breyvic Valera, who let a rolling ball get past him (but with the home run following, it didn’t matter).

Tim Mayza, a quick inning with a strikeout.


  • Marcus Semien: 0 for 2, walk. .208. Made some nice plays at second base.
  • Cavan Biggion: 2 for 3, double. .256. Also made a couple of nice plays.
  • Bo Bichette: 1 for 2, with a walk. .283. A nice backhand flip to Semien started a very pretty double play.
  • Vladimir Guerrero: 0 for 2, k. .444. He grabbed a hard-hit line drive.
  • Josh Palacios: 0 for 2. .375.
  • Jonathan Davis: 1 for 2. Stole second, caught stealing third (replay showed him safe). .306. 4 steals, 2 caught this spring.
  • Reese McGuire: 0 for 3, 2 strikeouts, walk. .158. Threw out a base stealer, though I think he was safe. Is it the last time we see him with the Jays? I’m not 100% convinced that he would be claimed off waivers.
  • Riley Adams: 0 for 3, walk, k. .250.
  • Forrest Wall: 0 for 2, k. .357.
  • Joe Panik: 1 for 1. .313.
  • Logan Warmoth: 2 for 2, double, drove in the tying run in the bottom off the ninth. Also battled Godzilla between innings.
  • Tyler White homered in the ninth. Hitting .103 this spring.

Tomorrow the Jays travel to play the Phillies for their last game of spring. A 1:00 Eastern game, and it is on TV.