Jansen and Stripling power the Blue Jays

Jansen and Stripling power Blue Jays


Receiver Danny Jansen and pitcher Ross Stripling had brilliant performances against the Boston Red Sox as the Toronto Blue Jays won 10-0 on Saturday afternoon. at the Rogers Centre. 

Jansen was simply in his zone when he came up to bat, he who drove in five runs. He first put Canada's only Major League Baseball team ahead with a single that sent teammate Tommy Pham home in the second inning.

The 27-year-old then added two more RBIs, one faceoff later. His double allowed Teoscar Hernandez and Raimel Tapia to go around the trails.

Jansen also hit a solo homer in the fifth and went for a sacrifice fly in the eighth to add two more successes to his record. Note that it was the 15th time this season that he kicked the ball out of bounds. Hernandez also stretched his arms in the victory.

Meanwhile, Montreal's Otto Lopez took advantage of the Blue Jays' seventh round at bat to hit his first hit of 2022. It was his first appearance at the plate of the season and the sixth time he has been used in a game.

As for Stripling (10-4), the Jays gunner gave up just four strikes instead sure and passed three rivals in the mitt in six innings of work. In relief, Anthony Bass, David Phelps, Jordan Romano and Adam Cimber continued the excellent work of the starter, which allowed the club of manager John Schneider to shut out the Red Sox in a second consecutive game.

The Blue Jays will try to sweep their three-game series against Boston on Sunday. The Toronto team will then conclude its regular season with three games against the Orioles in Baltimore.