Tough Tuesday in Toronto
On a windy night in what most would call the most hitter friendly park in the league, the park would live up to its name.
With it being a rare Tuesday night the Majors would be without catcher Hayden Jaco, Cleveland Brownlee and infielder Chris McQueen the depth for the Majors would be tested vs the Maple Leafs. Nick Carrell would get another shot at DH in the game and would get himself another RBI in the game. The big bat for the Majors would come from the cleanup hitter in Julian Johnson who would get himself 2 home runs and 4 RBIs in the game. Evan Britt would go 2 for 3 while also hitting his second career home run in the high scoring affair. Byron Reichstein would also hit a 2 run home run in the 8th inning.
Luke Kelley would get his third start for the Majors, going 3 innings giving up 8 runs on 8 hits in the hitter friendly park. Eduardo Perez would come in pitching 2 innings and face the tough Maple Leafs line up and give up 6 runs. Jaryd Lund would pitch 2 innings before Carrell would move from his DH position to pitch the 8th inning.
Majors are back at in Friday night at home for the last regular season home game vs the Red Sox before taking on the Jackfish on Saturday and Panthers on Sunday before getting the first round of the playoffs off.
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