Jays Opener Review

Posted: 5th April 2010 by Kyle W. Brown in MLB
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The Toronto Blue Jays season opener had a lot of things go right.

Adam Lind remained in the same form from the majority of last season. Vernon Wells actually played well,  scoring 3 RBI and hitting a bing-bong his first at bat. Shawn Marcum threw six innings of hitless and shutout ball.

Unfortunately, one out into the seventh inning he gave up a hit. Then let another batter on. Then Nelson Cruz, combined with a strong Texas wind, tied the game.

Jays fans began to get upset, gearing up for the shitacular season ahead to begin in Game One as they feared the worst.

But wait, the Jays didn't back off. Though Snider got himself out, Bautista walked and Hill hit himself a double, moving Jose to third. With men on second and third and one out, Texas electe ...

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