Less than 24 hours after dropping a doubleheader at home against the Tampa Bay Rays, the Toronto Blue Jays were back in business, as they traveled to Baltimore to play a three-game series against the Orioles.
Despite not being able to count with their top hitter Bo Bichette, as he was placed on IL with a knee sprain, the Blue Jays came out on top 7-2 thanks in large part to a huge start by pitcher, Hyun Jin Ryu.
Ryu, who pitched six innings of four-hit ball, struck out three and walked none. The left-hander permitted only one runner past second base and yielded just one extra-base hit.
"That was vintage Ryu," Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo said. "Ryu was outstanding. That's the reason we won the game."
Randal Grichuk came up big for the Jays offense, hitting a three-run home run that would end up being enough to win the game. Cavan Biggio also did his thing, as he homered and finished with three hits and three RBIs.
On the other end, Pedro Severino and Renato Nunez had RBI for the Orioles, but now have dropped two straight after winning seven of eight.