It seems like a new Major League Baseball generation is coming together in Toronto. If they can get deGrom on the mound in a win-and-move-on scenario, who knows what will happen.
The Jays mounted their biggest comeback in more than four years, erasing a seven-run Tampa Bay Rays lead to win 10-9 in the 12th inning at the Rogers Centre.
"Just have to keep building what I have been doing and ride this out", Sanchez said. This information is subject to change, however, so be sure to check out our MLB Public Betting Page for updated figures on the game. He made it known that he wanted to remain a Blue Jay for the years to come, but his career in Toronto has come to an end. The move comes after the Rays lost eight of their last 11 games. Toronto is 40-67 on the season, 20-33 on the road and 52-52 with the over/under total.
The son of former big leaguer Dante Bichette was pulled from his game Sunday with Triple-A Buffalo and is expected to join the Blue Jays in Kansas City this week. The Jays have a 4.88 team ERA with a 1.46 team WHIP. His no-hit bid was broken up with a sharp single from Choi that breezed past Toronto second baseman Cavan Biggio to lead off the fourth inning.
In the ninth, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. blasted a three-run homer off Oliver Drake with none out, and with two out, Drury took Colin Poche deep to tie the game for the first multi-homer game of his career. KC fell 5-4, 8-3 and 9-1 in the first three games of that set.
Smoak led off the second with his 18th homer of the season. KC has Brad Keller getting the start tonight.
Syndergaard is now having the worst year of his career, posting a 7-5 record with a 4.33 ERA, 1.26 WHIP and 126 strikeouts in 126.2 innings. This includes the Yankees, who entered Sunday having giving up 73 runs in the past seven games. After falling short in the World Series the past two seasons, they once again have the best team in the National League, though one with an obvious weakness in late-game bullpen consistency.
That Hernandez and Brandon Drury, who had four hits and solo home runs in the eighth and ninth innings, did much of the heavy lifting is what provided manager Charlie Montoyo the most joy. The righty failed to win his next 16 starts, which included 13 losses and three no-decisions. Next season is his last before he hits free agency, and though the Mets could very well have designs on convincing the Long Island native to stick long-term with his hometown team, the safer bet is to assume he's there only through 2020.
Over on the Royals' side, they're fresh off a series against the Indians.
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