Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki on disabled list with hamstring issue

  • Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki on disabled list with hamstring issue

Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki on disabled list with hamstring issue

He joins star Josh Donaldson and other key Blue Jays on the shelf in a frustrating start to their season. "It's important. We're off to a slow start and (to lose) a game like this it could be demoralizing".

With the game on the line and his team desperate for a win in the 13th inning on Friday night, reliever Joe Biagini was Gibbons last resort.

Happ is on the 10-day disabled list and Alex Sanchez is sidelined with blister issues.

Over on the Angels' side, they're bringing out RHP Ricky Nolasco on Monday. "My first inning when I was up here, I think I tried to do a little too much and got out of my game". The Angels announced he left the game because of dizziness.

As hard as it is to ignore the Blue Jays rotten record to start the season, it's not the only cause for concern in an April to forget.

Justin Upton and Nick Castellanos hit solo home runs in the third inning to put the Tigers in front before the Twins tied things up, but another Castellanos RBI in the 6th gave the Tigers the lead for good. "I'm sore. I'll come to the locker room tomorrow and see what we've got and go from there". "I think it's good for our guys. I've been able to pitch to my strengths the last few innings I've been up here". Then, manager Mike Scioscia attempted to piece together 12 outs from his patchwork bullpen.

Bautista followed with his first homer of the season, hitting a 1-1 pitch over the wall in center. He pitched better against Los Angeles in September, allowing six hits and two runs in six innings. Jose Alvarez, who was pitching for the sixth time in nine days, added a ideal seventh. I get the sense that many fans have already reached a panic threshold, but this week has had me reflecting back to the magic summer of 1989.

The Angels clung to a 1-0 lead until Travis connected on a high cutter from Deolis Guerra (0-1) for his first homer.

"It is what it is", he said. Interestingly, we arrived just after Glasgow Rangers had signed its first prominent Catholic player in club history (Mo Johnston), who had previously been a Celtic player...and rumored to have been re-signing with Celtic that summer. The Angels had tons to tip their hats to in tonight's tussle, and they walked away the guardians of the Big A, which will do well to wash away any of those Garrett Richards-60-day-DL vibes. "What are you going to do?"

We take you to the third inning when Angels right fielder Kole Calhoun was awarded a base on balls after De Jesus apparently dinged Stroman for a quick delivery.

Washington Nationals 3 New York Mets 1: The Nationals win their 6th in a row, getting a strong outing from Gio Gonzalez on the mound, while Ryan Zimmerman and Matt Wieters helped out with the offense. The Angels would string back to back singles afterward and Calhoun would score the game's first run.