10:55 AM Eastern
Sorry for the lack of bloggage on last night’s win, but here’s last night’s edition of The JaysTalk:
I have time to say one thing: How bizarro is it, relative to the Jays’ season as a whole, that not only could they come back from 3-0 down against the league’s ERA leader with five straight two-out hits to take a 4-3 lead, but then that after Oakland came back to tie, the Jays put the winning two-run rally together without getting even one hit? Losing pitcher Jerry Blevins faced five hitters, four of whom reached, and not a single one put the ball in play.
Rational, reasonable comments are always welcome.