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SportsRockies beat Blue Jays 5-1 for 8th straight win

02:25  03 june  2019
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Rookie Biggio hits first homer, drives in three as Blue Jays beat Padres

Rookie Biggio hits first homer, drives in three as Blue Jays beat Padres TORONTO — Rookie Cavan Biggio belted out his first three career hits, including a fourth-inning home run, to ignite a productive day at the plate for the Toronto Blue Jays. Biggio's big day was part of a season-high 17-hit, four-homer attack in the Blue Jays 10-1 win in the series finale against the San Diego Padres on Sunday. The victory snapped a four-game losing streak for Toronto, and the positive result arrived a day after the Padres smacked seven home runs in a 19-4 drubbing on Saturday. The 24-year-old Biggio was promoted from the triple-A Buffalo Bisons on Friday.

Best of 3 * Swiss round 2 (teams with a 0- 1 record). 1 . Se7en removed Vertigo. 2. BLUEJAYS removed Dust2. 5 . Se7en removed Mirage. 6. BLUEJAYS removed Overpass. 7. Train was left over.

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DENVER — Antonio Senzatela pitched six effective innings, Chris Iannetta homered and the Colorado Rockies beat the Toronto Blue Jays 5-1 on Sunday for their eighth straight win.

The Rockies swept their weekend set against the struggling Blue Jays to close out a 9-1 homestand, matching their best record in a 10-game run at home. They also went 9-1 from Sept. 1-10, 2009.

Nolan Arenado homered and singled while extending his hitting streak to 13 games, and Raimel Tapia increased his hit streak to 12 games. David Dahl added an RBI double.

Toronto completed a winless six-game trip. It was the sixth time in team history that the Blue Jays failed to win in a road stretch of six or more games and the first since 2009, when they went 0-9 during a road swing in May.

Adames knocks in run in 11th inning, Rays beat Blue Jays 4-3

Adames knocks in run in 11th inning, Rays beat Blue Jays 4-3 ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — All Willy Adames had to do in the 11th inning was hit the ball through or over five infielders for Tampa Bay to beat Toronto. Adames delivered a long single, driving in the winning run as the Rays beat the Blue Jays 4-3 Wednesday night. "I really wanted that at-bat and they gave it to me," said Adames, who blamed himself for not making a play that had led to a Toronto run five innings earlier. "I was trying to hit it deep, get it up in the air and make sure that (pinch-runner Andrew Velazquez) was able to score." © Provided by Canadian Press Enterprises IncAdames' hit came off Justin Shafer (0-1), who walked two and allowed a single by Avisail Garcia.

TORONTO — James Paxton pitched five innings to win his ninth straight start, Brett Gardner homered twice and drove in five runs and the New York Yankees hit five homers in a 13-3 win over the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday.

1 . BLUEJAYS removed Overpass. 2. Tricked removed Vertigo. 3. BLUEJAYS picked Inferno. 4. Tricked picked Nuke. 5 . BLUEJAYS removed Dust2. 6. Tricked removed Train. 7. Mirage was left over.

Justin Smoak drove in a run with a fielder's choice in the first, but that was it for Toronto.

Senzatela (4-4) allowed four hits, struck out four and walked three. Chad Bettis, Mike Dunn, Jairo Díaz and Bryan Shaw worked the final three innings. Shaw struck out the side in the ninth.

Toronto right-hander Aaron Sanchez (3-6) dropped his fifth straight decision, a career high. He allowed four runs and seven hits in six innings.

Arenado worked the count full before driving a pitch from Justin Shafer into the left-field bleachers in the seventh for his 16th homer.


Rockies: RHP Wade Davis threw a second bullpen session in the latest step toward a return from a left oblique strain. He went on the 10-day injured list May 22. ... OF Charlie Blackmon did some conditioning work and baseball activities on the field prior to the game. Though he is making progress, he is not expected to be ready to come off the IL when he's eligible for reinstatement Tuesday, manager Bud Black said.

Watch: Blue Jays CF Jonathan Davis makes catch of the year candidate

Watch: Blue Jays CF Jonathan Davis makes catch of the year candidate With his Tampa Bay Rays trailing 2-0 to the Toronto Blue Jays, Avisail Garcia appeared to have a game-tying hit. Toronto center fielder Jonathan Davis had other ideas. With two on and two out, Garcia smoked a ball deep into the left-center field gap. Davis got on his horse, tracked the ball down, and made a sterling leaping catch in front of the wall. Davis Saves It @3_JonathanDavis went ALL OUT for this catch! —

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Fati then returned the favour five minutes later when he cut the ball back for De Jong to double the hosts' lead. Kevin Gameiro hit back but Gerard Pique and a Luis Suarez double sealed victory before Maxi Gomez's late consolation.


Infielder/outfielder Garrett Hampson was recalled from Triple-A Albuquerque and started in centre field. Hampson made the team out of spring training but was optioned in mid-May after getting off to a slow start offensively. Right-hander Jesus Tinoco was optioned to Albuquerque to make room for Hampson.


Blue Jays: After an off day, LHP Clayton Richard (0-1, 3.38 ERA) takes the mound for his third start of the season in a series opener against the New York Yankees.

Rockies: Following an off day, the Rockies open a six-game trip Tuesday night at the Chicago Cubs. Jeff Hoffman (1-1, 7.20 ERA) is slated to start the series opener.

Dennis Georgatos, The Associated Press

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