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Semien, Bichette power Blue Jays to 9-3 win over Mariners

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BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Marcus Semien homered and drove in 5 runs, Bo Bichette hit a three-run homer, and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Seattle Mariners 9-3 on Tuesday night time.

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The Blue Jays had 15 hits — with all 9 starters getting not less than one — within the opener of the three-game sequence whereas successful for the eighth time in 9 video games. It’s the thirty fifth sport through which Toronto had not less than 10 hits, matching Houston for essentially the most within the majors.

Semien had three hits, together with a three-run homer within the seventh inning — his nineteenth, essentially the most amongst main league second basemen. He additionally had a two-run double within the second inning.

Vladimir Guerrero had two hits to deliver his AL-leading complete to 96. His 27 multihit video games lead the majors. The Blue Jays additionally bought two hits apiece from Teoscar Hernandez, Lourdes Gurriel Jr. and Bichette, who broke open a tie sport within the sixth inning by hitting his fifteenth house run.

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Blue Jays starter Robbie Ray (6-3) struck out 10 whereas giving up 5 hits, a stroll and three earned runs over six innings. Ray settled down after permitting two baserunners within the first inning and bought 14 outs in a row to earn his fourth win in his previous six begins.

Tim Mayza, Jacob Barnes and Tayler Saucedo mixed for 3 shutout reduction innings.

Ty France hit a tying three-run homer within the sixth for the Mariners, who fell to 2-2 within the fourth of a six-game highway journey. Mitch Haniger and Tom Murphy additionally had two hits.

Chris Flexen was tagged for seven hits, three walks and three runs over 5 innings. Rafael Montero (5-3) gave up 4 hits within the sixth inning, together with Bichette’s homer.

STICKY SITUATION

Mariners pitcher Hector Santiago turned the primary participant disciplined below Major League Baseball’s crackdown on grip-enhancing overseas substances, as he was given a 10-game suspension Tuesday.

Michael Hill, the previous Marlins common supervisor who’s MLB’s senior vice chairman for on-field operations, introduced the penalty two days after Santiago was ejected from a sport on the Chicago White Sox. Santiago additionally was fined an undisclosed quantity.

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Santiago appealed the choice to MLB particular adviser John McHale Jr., and the suspension might be delayed till the enchantment is set. Manager Scott Servais insisted earlier than Tuesday’s sport that there was no overseas substance on Santiago’s glove and that it was rosin.

BLUE JAYS TRADE

Toronto acquired injured outfielder Corey Dickerson and reliever Adam Cimber in a commerce Tuesday with the Miami Marlins in trade for infielder Joe Panik and minor league reliever Andrew McInvale.

Dickerson is sidelined with a bruised left foot and anticipated to be in a strolling boot for not less than two extra weeks. He’s batting .260 with two homers and 14 RBIs.

The sidewinding Cimber has a 2.88 ERA in 33 video games. He is predicted to be a part of the Blue Jays in Buffalo on Tuesday, supervisor Charlie Montoyo mentioned.

ROSTER MOVES

The Blue Jays known as up outfielder Jonathan Davis to change Panik, and designated left-handed pitcher Travis Bergen for project

TRAINER’S ROOM

Mariners: RHP Erik Swanson (groin) didn’t pitch his scheduled rehab project for Triple-A Tacoma on Monday due to a sore again. … 1B Evan White (hip) acquired a cortisone shot. … Servais had no replace on RHP Justin Dunn (shoulder) following his appointment with a specialist final week.

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Blue Jays: RHP Rafael Dolis (finger) threw 25 pitches throughout batting observe and could possibly be designated for a rehab project with this week, Montoyo mentioned. … LHP Steven Matz (COVID-19) returns Wednesday.

UP NEXT

The sequence continues Wednesday night time when Mariners LHP Justus Sheffield (5-7, 5.69 ERA) takes the mound towards Matz (7-3, 4.26).




© 2021 The Canadian Press


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