Toronto Blue JaysBlue Jays
0-0
SP T.Thornton
Tue 6/11, 11:05 PM
TOR -130, O/U 9
Baltimore OriolesOrioles
0-0
SP J.Means
Tue 6/11, 11:05 PM
TOR -130, O/U 9
Blue Jays
0-0
SP T.Thornton
Orioles
0-0
SP J.Means
Lines
Team
Blue Jays
Orioles
-130
+110
-126
+110
-115
+102
-120
+110
-122
+112
-125
+105
-120
+110
-122
+112
Team Summary
Toronto Blue Jays Summary
Manager
Charlie Montoyo
Runs Per Game
4.46
Opp Runs Per Game
5.12
Home Runs For
245
Home Runs Allowed
227
Baltimore Orioles Summary
Manager
Brandon Hyde
Runs Per Game
4.5
Opp Runs Per Game
6.06
Home Runs For
213
Home Runs Allowed
305
Schedule Summary
TOR
Teams
BAL
0
No. Of Games
0
0-0
Record
0-0
79-82
ATS Record
70-91
49.1%
Cover%
43.5%
74-78
O/U Record
82-67
48.7%
Over%
55.0%
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Blue Jays Pitching
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Trent Thornton
 
Orioles Pitching
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John Means
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Blue Jays Pitching
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Trent Thornton
 
Blue Jays Lineup
2B
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Eric Sogard
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DH
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Vladimir Guerrero
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LF
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Lourdes Gurriel Jr.
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RF
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Randal Grichuk
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1B
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Justin Smoak
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CF
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Teoscar Hernández
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SS
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Freddy Galvis
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C
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Danny Jansen
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3B
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Brandon Drury
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Orioles Lineup
SS
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Jonathan Villar
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LF
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Anthony Santander
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RF
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Trey Mancini
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C
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Chance Sisco
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DH
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Renato Núñez
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3B
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Rio Ruiz
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2B
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Hanser Alberto
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1B
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Chris Davis
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CF
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Stevie Wilkerson
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Blue Jays Lineup
2B
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Eric Sogard
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DH
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Vladimir Guerrero
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LF
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Lourdes Gurriel Jr.
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RF
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Randal Grichuk
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1B
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Justin Smoak
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CF
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Teoscar Hernández
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SS
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Freddy Galvis
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C
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Danny Jansen
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Brandon Drury
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Blue Jays Injuries
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Eric PardinhoTOR
Out after Tommy John surgery
Pardinho was promoted from rookie ball to Low-A in 2019 and delivered a 2.41 ERA, 1.27 WHIP and 30:13 K:BB over 33.2 innings (seven starts), but he won't be able to pitch this season. The 19-year-old will have to focus on his recovery and look to come back in 2021.
OUT
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Tim MayzaTOR
Outrighted to Triple-A
The move helps clear space on the Blue Jays' 40-man roster for the team to protect Thomas Hatch and Santiago Espinal ahead of the Rule 5 draft. Mayza is expected to miss the entirety of the 2020 season while recovering from Tommy John surgery.
OUT
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Phillippe AumontTOR
Shut down with skin irritation
Aumont is in big-league camp as a non-roster invitee, and he's allowed three runs on three hits over three innings during spring training. The injury appears minor, but the 31-year-old won't be playing in the Olympic qualifier for Team Canada on March 22 as previously scheduled. Aumont spent 2019 in the independent Canadian-American Association and hasn't seen major-league action since 2015.
DTD
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Yennsy DiazTOR
Dealing with lat strain
Joe Panik was added to the Blue Jays' 40-man roster in a corresponding move. The severity of Diaz's injury and his expected return date remain to be seen.
60IL
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Ryan BoruckiTOR
Should be ready for Opening Day
The southpaw experienced tightness in his elbow in February and was expected to be shut down for 2-3 months, but the delayed start to the season will give him a chance to make a full recovery before the season picks up again. "He's been feeling great," Blue Jays pitching coach Pete Walker said Friday. "This pandemic, obviously, is a terrible situation, but it's given Ryan a chance to kind of catch up. He's made some mechanical adjustments and feels great, arm feels great. He has been throwing sides. If there is a spring training and a season, which we're very hopeful at this stage, he should be right in the mix and a big part of it." While Borucki may have missed out on his chance to win a regular rotation spot this spring due to the injury, he could still make a case for a sixth starter/swing man role on an expanded Jays roster once training camp resumes.
DTD
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Rafael DolisTOR
Progressing, but likely out for opener
The right-hander could be cleared to resume full workouts before spring training concludes, but look for him to begin the season on the 15-day injured list as Blue Jays trims down its roster to 26 men. Dolis' expected absence to open the campaign will likely clear a spot in the bullpen for one of Justin Miller, Brian Moran and A.J. Cole, all of whom are attending camp as non-roster invitees.
DTD
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Hector PerezTOR
Checks in on IL
Perez was one of four Blue Jays placed on the IL, with no explanation given for any of the transactions. The move is retroactive to June 30, so if deemed healthy, Perez would be eligible to return from the IL before the Blue Jays begin their season July 23 or 24. The 24-year-old was viewed as a longshot to break summer camp with the Blue Jays as a member of the 30-man Opening Day roster, and the fact that he'll be beginning workouts on the IL will only diminish his chances further.
10IL
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Brandon DruryTOR
Heads to IL
Drury was one of four Blue Jays placed on the IL, with no explanation given for any of the transactions. The move is retroactive to June 30, so if deemed healthy, Drury would be eligible to return from the IL before the Blue Jays begin their season July 23 or 24. Drury is expected to serve as a utility man for Toronto in 2020 after batting .218 with 15 home runs and 41 RBI over 447 plate appearances last season.
10IL
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Elvis LucianoTOR
Shifts to IL
Luciano was one of four Blue Jays placed on the IL, with no explanation given for any of the transactions. The move is retroactive to June 30, so if deemed healthy, Luciano would be eligible to return from the IL before the Blue Jays begin their season July 23 or 24. After being selected by the Blue Jays in the Rule 5 draft in December 2018, Luciano worked in mostly low-leverage spots out of the big-league bullpen as a rookie, posting a 5.35 ERA, 1.78 WHIP and 27:24 K:BB in 33.2 innings.
10IL
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Jonathan DavisTOR
Heading to IL
Davis was one of four Blue Jays placed on the IL, with no explanation given for any of the transactions. The move is retroactive to June 30, so if deemed healthy, Davis would be eligible to return from the IL before the Blue Jays begin their season July 23 or 24. The 28-year-old is expected to serve as a backup outfielder for Toronto in 2020 after spending the bulk of the 2019 campaign at Triple-A Buffalo, with whom he slashed .262/.382/.449 with 10 home runs and 13 steals over 352 plate appearances.
10IL
 
Orioles Injuries
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Josh RogersBAL
Waived and outrighted
Rogers underwent Tommy John surgery in early July and is unlikely to pitch until late in 2020 if at all. He allowed 14 earned runs in 14.1 big-league innings prior to the injury.
OUT
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Evan PhillipsBAL
Nearing full strength
The 25-year-old was shut down from throwing in early March and wasn't included on the team's initial 60-man pool, but it appears he progressed well in his recovery during the hiatus. Phillips made 25 appearances in the majors last season but mostly struggled with a 6.43 ERA, 1.86 WHIP and 40:20 K:BB over 28 innings.
OUT
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Trey ManciniBAL
Shifts to 45-day IL
The 28-year-old announced in April he was undergoing six months of treatment for his battle with colon cancer, so it was only a matter of time before the team removed him from the 40-man roster. Mancini isn't expected to see the field in 2020 as a result, though he's expressed optimism about making a fully recovery and resuming his career next season.
60IL
TOR Injuries
BAL Injuries
 
Blue Jays Injuries
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Eric PardinhoTOR
Out after Tommy John surgery
Pardinho was promoted from rookie ball to Low-A in 2019 and delivered a 2.41 ERA, 1.27 WHIP and 30:13 K:BB over 33.2 innings (seven starts), but he won't be able to pitch this season. The 19-year-old will have to focus on his recovery and look to come back in 2021.
OUT
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Tim MayzaTOR
Outrighted to Triple-A
The move helps clear space on the Blue Jays' 40-man roster for the team to protect Thomas Hatch and Santiago Espinal ahead of the Rule 5 draft. Mayza is expected to miss the entirety of the 2020 season while recovering from Tommy John surgery.
OUT
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Phillippe AumontTOR
Shut down with skin irritation
Aumont is in big-league camp as a non-roster invitee, and he's allowed three runs on three hits over three innings during spring training. The injury appears minor, but the 31-year-old won't be playing in the Olympic qualifier for Team Canada on March 22 as previously scheduled. Aumont spent 2019 in the independent Canadian-American Association and hasn't seen major-league action since 2015.
DTD
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Yennsy DiazTOR
Dealing with lat strain
Joe Panik was added to the Blue Jays' 40-man roster in a corresponding move. The severity of Diaz's injury and his expected return date remain to be seen.
60IL
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Ryan BoruckiTOR
Should be ready for Opening Day
The southpaw experienced tightness in his elbow in February and was expected to be shut down for 2-3 months, but the delayed start to the season will give him a chance to make a full recovery before the season picks up again. "He's been feeling great," Blue Jays pitching coach Pete Walker said Friday. "This pandemic, obviously, is a terrible situation, but it's given Ryan a chance to kind of catch up. He's made some mechanical adjustments and feels great, arm feels great. He has been throwing sides. If there is a spring training and a season, which we're very hopeful at this stage, he should be right in the mix and a big part of it." While Borucki may have missed out on his chance to win a regular rotation spot this spring due to the injury, he could still make a case for a sixth starter/swing man role on an expanded Jays roster once training camp resumes.
DTD
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Rafael DolisTOR
Progressing, but likely out for opener
The right-hander could be cleared to resume full workouts before spring training concludes, but look for him to begin the season on the 15-day injured list as Blue Jays trims down its roster to 26 men. Dolis' expected absence to open the campaign will likely clear a spot in the bullpen for one of Justin Miller, Brian Moran and A.J. Cole, all of whom are attending camp as non-roster invitees.
DTD
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Hector PerezTOR
Checks in on IL
Perez was one of four Blue Jays placed on the IL, with no explanation given for any of the transactions. The move is retroactive to June 30, so if deemed healthy, Perez would be eligible to return from the IL before the Blue Jays begin their season July 23 or 24. The 24-year-old was viewed as a longshot to break summer camp with the Blue Jays as a member of the 30-man Opening Day roster, and the fact that he'll be beginning workouts on the IL will only diminish his chances further.
10IL
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Brandon DruryTOR
Heads to IL
Drury was one of four Blue Jays placed on the IL, with no explanation given for any of the transactions. The move is retroactive to June 30, so if deemed healthy, Drury would be eligible to return from the IL before the Blue Jays begin their season July 23 or 24. Drury is expected to serve as a utility man for Toronto in 2020 after batting .218 with 15 home runs and 41 RBI over 447 plate appearances last season.
10IL
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Elvis LucianoTOR
Shifts to IL
Luciano was one of four Blue Jays placed on the IL, with no explanation given for any of the transactions. The move is retroactive to June 30, so if deemed healthy, Luciano would be eligible to return from the IL before the Blue Jays begin their season July 23 or 24. After being selected by the Blue Jays in the Rule 5 draft in December 2018, Luciano worked in mostly low-leverage spots out of the big-league bullpen as a rookie, posting a 5.35 ERA, 1.78 WHIP and 27:24 K:BB in 33.2 innings.
10IL
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Jonathan DavisTOR
Heading to IL
Davis was one of four Blue Jays placed on the IL, with no explanation given for any of the transactions. The move is retroactive to June 30, so if deemed healthy, Davis would be eligible to return from the IL before the Blue Jays begin their season July 23 or 24. The 28-year-old is expected to serve as a backup outfielder for Toronto in 2020 after spending the bulk of the 2019 campaign at Triple-A Buffalo, with whom he slashed .262/.382/.449 with 10 home runs and 13 steals over 352 plate appearances.
10IL