January 13, 2015

May 10, 1984 - Jays Sweeping

Game #384 - Toronto Blue Jays, 12 @ Baltimore Orioles, 2

I've made no attempt to hide the fact the Orioles are my favorite team.  So it stings when they're getting trounced by an AL East rival, but that's exactly what is happening on this home stand against the Blue Jays.

The game was scoreless until the top of the fifth when Toronto plated two runs off Storm Davis.  The Orioles got one run of their own in the bottom half of the inning on an RBI ground out from John Shelby that scored John Lowenstein. 

From the sixth through ninth innings the Blue Jays decided to impose their will on Baltimore.  They scored ten runs, including big homers by Cliff Johnson and Willie Upshaw.  There was no stopping Toronto as they continue to be the most dominant team in Statis Pro right now.

Winning Pitcher - Luis Leal
Losing Pitcher - Storm Davis
Player of the Game - Leal, 8IP, 4H's, 5K's, R
Hall of Famers in the Game - Cal Ripken, Eddie Murray

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