Randal Grichuk was 3-4 at the plate and scored the tying run as the Blue Jays had a huge comeback win 5-4 over the Orioles in 10 innings
- The Orioles took the lead in the top of the first as Trey Mancini scored on a sac fly by Manny Machado
- The Jays tied it in the bottom of the 1st as Curtis Granderson leD off with a HR
- Jaijme Garcia pitching line: 6IP 4H 1R (earned) 3BB 6K 91 pitches (57 for strikes)
- The Orioles retook the lead in the top of the 7th on a solo HR by Austin Wynns
- David Hess pitching line: 6IP 5H 1R (earned) 2BB 4K 99 pitches (65 for strikes)
- Ex-Jay Danny Valencia extended the lead to 2 in the top of the 8th with his own solo shot
- The next batter, Mark Trumbo hit one out into the Blue Jays bullpen
- Randal Grichuk doubled home Aledmys Diaz and Luke Maile in the bottom of the 9th
- Two batters later, Kevin Pillar hit a game-tying single that scored Grichuk
- Aledmys Diaz hit the game-winning walk-off base hit scoring Teoscar Hernandez
- Final score: Blue Jays 5 Orioles 4
- Jaime Garcia rebounded nicely after a rough outing his last start. He pitched 6 solid innings, allowing just one run on a sac fly. He struck out Chris Davis, always a potential threat, three times. Unfortunately, the Blue Jays gave him only one run to work with.
- John Axford and Tyler Clippard allowed 3 HR between them.The Blue Jays used 5 relievers tonight. Hopefully JA Happ is on his game tomorrow.
- What a terrific comeback by the Blue Jays tonight. Down by three runs, the Blue Jays scored three runs on three hits and a pair of walks off temporary closer Brad Brach. Zach Britton remains out with the Achilles injury he sustained in the off-season. The Blue Jays have struggled for so long offensively that this offensive output should do wonders for their confidence.
- It's great to see Randal Grichuk and Kendrys Morales both starting to hit well. Morales is now batting .203 after tonight's 2-5 effort at the plate. Grichuk has a chance to surpass .150 tomorrow after collecting 3 hits in 4 AB tonight. All the hard work in the batting cage is starting to pay off for the struggling hitters.
- Up next, the Blue Jays look for their first multi-game winning streak since April 29-May 1 as ace JA Happ pitches against O's righty Andrew Cashner, who got the no-decision against the Blue Jays back on April 10. He threw 7 strong innings of 4-hit ball that day. Happ defeated the Orioles on April 9, allowing 1 run on 5 hits over 6 innings that day. Which pitcher will come out on top tomorrow? Stay tuned...