Monday, June 14, 2010

Jays swept in Colarado,Litsch makes horrible come back

The Blue Jays lost there 4th straight game on Sunday evening by a score of
10-3.Jesse Litsch finished his recovery from Tommy John surgery,but had a horrible welcome as he lasted only 2.1 innings while allowing 7 runs.

The Jays are not only struggling with there pitching but there offense is batting worse then the Mendoza line at .167 with only 5 home runs in the past 5 games.

Starting on Monday the Jays have a three game set with the San Diego Padres,while they meet up with former Jays, Canadian Matt Stairs, and David Eckstien.

Stephen Strasburg, of the Washington Nationals was named NL player of the week as he made his first two starts of his career.The flamethrower is being called by most people close to the game, a 50 year player.that means he is a player that comes every 50 years.The question is, can he mix his other pitches with his 100-mph fastball so he wont blow out his arm,like most young flamethrowers.

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