Thursday, June 10, 2010

Jays Draft Review, and Summary of the Two Most Embarrassing Losses of the Season

The Blue Jays took four right handed pitchers with there first four picks in the 2010 MLB draft. The Jays selected Deck McGuire with the 11th pick, Aaron Sanchez with the 34st pick, Noah Syndergaard with the 38th pick, and Ashar Wojciechowski with the 41st pick.All of those pitchers were drafted in the first round and the first round of compensation. says that Deck McGuire was the best Right handed pitcher in the draft and the Jays were lucky to get him. Bryce Harper as suspected went first pick to the Washington Nationals, a day before Stephen Strasburg,the first pick overall in the 2009 draft, made his debut for the nationals.

On Tuesday night the Jays lost 9-0 to the Rays while only managing two hits.On Wednesday they were a little better as they scored 1 run while losing 11-1.Brian Tallet and Shaun Marcum both struggled as the Rays outscored the Jays 19-1 in the first two games of the three game set.

Before Wednesdays game the Jays optioned Rommie Lewis to AAA Las Vegas, and called up rehabbing Jesse Litsch.Also on Wednesdays portion of the draft the Blue Birds drafted RHP Gabriel Romero,younger brother of Jays ace Ricky Romero.

The Blue Jays are currently leading the Rays by a score of 2-1 in the bottom of the 4th.

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