Sunday, May 30, 2010

Tillman, Trembley and a Loss...

On Saturday, the Orioles lost their 35th game in 50 chances as the Toronto Blue Jays beat them again, 5-2. The team recalled Chris Tillman from the minors to pitch and overall he did well, going 5 2/3 innings and giving up two runs on six hits. Tillman would take the loss.

Toronto jumped on the Baltimore bullpen in the eighth inning as they scored three times – via a Vernon Wells monster homer off Jason Berken and a Lyle Overbay two-run shot – off pitcher Albert Castillo to sail to the victory.

The Jays took an early 2-0 lead off a Overbay two-run homer in the second inning; however, the Orioles tied the game thanks to back to back RBIs from Julio Lugo and Nick Markakis.

Brett Cecil for Toronto was excellent, going eight inning and giving up two runs for his fifth victory. Jays’ closer Kevin Gregg got his 13th save.

There’s not much else more to say about Saturday. I can’t imagine this season could possibly continue that way it’s going. Do you all think that there’s going to be change this week or so coming down the horizon? Who knows what will happen, but I think a change in personnel is coming sooner rather than later.

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