Published: Fri, April 05, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Blue Jays extend OF Grichuk

Blue Jays extend OF Grichuk

Cashner struggled to find the strike zone in his attempt to own the bottom of the zone as NY hitters feasted against his pitches. Nobody's going to hit.100 - we're better than that.

"He came out from the very first inning and was pounding the strike zone", said Baltimore manager Brandon Hyde.

It's certainly been a busy Tuesday for the Toronto Blue Jays' front office.

Hess was pulled after 6 1/3 hitless innings, and the Baltimore Orioles bullpen couldn't see the no-hit bid through in a 6-5 win over the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday night. All the excitement surrounding new leadership and a brand new season quickly disappeared as Andrew Cashner allowed three runs in the first inning, including a rocket off the bat of Yankees' slugger Luke Voit.

'I'll always cherish getting an opportunity to play in the post-season, being a couple of games away from going to the World Series.

"We're not having good swings right now but I know one thing for sure. We're just not hitting right now". Finally, they extended the contract of outfielder Randal Grichuk for five years for $52 million. "Hopefully it starts tomorrow". A double play cleared the bases and Toronto escaped further damage.

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An important factor contributing to the Orioles hot start has been the hitting from outfielder Trey Mancini.

"I think he was outstanding again", said Montoyo. Pillar was the longest-tenured Jay on the roster, a mantle now ceded to starting pitcher Marcus Stroman.

He has one career start at the Rogers Centre, earning the win with seven shutout innings - two hits, two walks, a hit batsman, and eight strikeouts - September 12, 2014 with the Tampa Bay Rays.

Daniel Hudson and Javy Guerra also pitched for Toronto. Recalled from Triple-A Buffalo to make his eighth career start, he endured a rough outing, giving up five hits and five runs, three earned, while walking two and striking out three in two innings.

Of the trio, only De Paula is considered a true prospect, a lanky 21-year-old native of the Dominican Republic who has now been dealt three times over his four-year professional career.

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