July 25, 2015
May 13, 1984 - Sunday Fun Day
By the end of the fourth inning, the White Sox were leading 7-1. Harold Baines had homered and Vance Law had a clutch, 2-RBI single as starter Danny Darwin was chased from the game early. The Rangers had a nice four run rally in the fifth, but it wasn't enough to overcome the Pale Hose.
Winning Pitcher - Bert Roberge
Losing Pitcher - Danny Darwin
Player of the Game - Roberge, 2 1/3IP in relief one hit, zero runs
For the second game in a row, Toronto scored double digits against Cleveland. Indians starter Neal Heaton deserved better, as the Tribe committed four errors in the game, including two by Brook Jacoby and his E6 fielding rating. Every Blue Jays starter had at least one hit and one run, as did the two of the three replacements later in the game. Only Tony Fernandez came up short at the plate. Slacker.
Winning Pitcher - Doyle Alexander
Losing Pitcher - Neal Heaton
Player of the Game - Alexander, 7IP, 2R's (0 earned) - this is his fifth time winning this honor, which I believe leads Statis Pro right now...