Aaron Sanchez returned from the disabled list last night to face the Houston Astros, the best team offensive team in the majors. Before the game started, the biggest concern around him was whether or not his finger could withstand pitching at the major league level. Well, that concern was quickly overshadowed by his total lack of ability to retire a batter. In 1.1 innings, he gave up 8 runs (5 earned) on seven hits and four walks
Well, that concern was quickly overshadowed by his total lack of ability to retire a batter. In 1.1 innings, he gave up 8 runs (5 earned) on seven hits and four walks and was quickly replaced by Mike Bolsinger before even more damage was done to the Jays’ chances.
It was not entirely his fault though, the entire team did not show up last night, committing defensive error after error and being totally unable to produce offensively against Charlie Morton’s pitches.
All in all, that was one of the worst games of the season and hopefully, the Jays can quickly forget and move on to the next game.
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