Blue Jays RHP Sanchez lasts one inning in return from DL

  • Blue Jays RHP Sanchez lasts one inning in return from DL

Blue Jays RHP Sanchez lasts one inning in return from DL

The 2016 AL ERA leader headed to the clubhouse after retiring the Rays in the top of the first.

The victory gave the Jays their first back-to-back wins of the season and their first series "W", ushering out a month that best be forgotten.

Luis Severino didn't have his best stuff on Monday night in the Yankees 7-1 loss to the Blue Jays. "I think it's much more hard", Girardi said.

A light came on for Ryan Tepera on Sunday at the Rogers Centre. "And I think that he'll get the job done next time".

Archer, meanwhile, said he was "just trying to go inside" with the errant pitch. How long did people talk about the bat flip and the situation between Texas and Bautista? While he didn't totally melt down, it surely would have been nice for things to go his way more often.

This season, the Blue Jays have not had much to celebrate.

Third baseman Chris Coghlan also had a big game, hitting a solo home run, his first of the season, to drive NY starter Luis Severino out of the game.

Toronto is now on its first two-game winning streak of the season.

Estrada was lights out in the first two innings, putting the Yankees down in order, and got our a jam in the fourth when he struck out Didi Gregorious with runners third and first. The young righty pointed out that he's been throwing his changeup more than in the past. "I don't know if it had anything to do with Souza", Gibbons said.

The Blue Jays did not find Severino almost as baffling. He also provided a memorable moment for the franchise and its fans in 2015 with a three-run, go-ahead homer in the seventh inning of the team's American League Division Series Game 5 win over the Texas Rangers. In the bottom of sixth, with Severino heading towards 100 in pitch count, the Jays got couple of baserunners on with a Justin Smoak infield single and Devon Travis ground-rule double. Ellsbury didn't need assistance and stayed in the game.

NY rallied from an eight-run deficit to earn a 14-11 win in 10 innings over the Orioles on Friday and pounded their way to 12-4 win on Saturday to clinch a series win before falling 7-4 in extra innings on Sunday. The Giants entered with a National League-low 16 home runs but hit two against Kershaw - a two-run shot by Hunter Pence in the first inning and a solo drive by Buster Posey in the third. "I don't really know how to explain some of those things".

The Jays are coming off a pair wins over Tampa Bay Rays. "It's always important to come in here and play good because it sets a statement, not only with them, but for the rest of the division".