In one of his most dominant starts since his breakout 2016 season, Blue Jays starter Aaron Sanchez came within six outs of recording just the second no-hitter in franchise history before a trio of consecutive hits from Orioles ended that quest, but Sanchez still earned the victory thanks to some late heroics from veteran Curtis Granderson to lift Toronto to their second series victory of the season.
The Blue Jays came alive after losing starter Marcus Stroman in a scary incident in the second inning, belting three homers en route to claiming their second of three wins of a four-game series with the Orioles.
The New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox
will re-new their rivalry as they battle it out for the division crown. Toronto
looks to make strides while Tampa Bay and Baltimore will fight to stay relevant.
Jonathan Schoop’s RBI double in the bottom of the 13th was all that was required to score the winning run for the Baltimore Orioles as they edged the Toronto Blue Jays in a late-night thriller on Friday.