dglobalnews.com Chris Coghlan goes airborne to avoid tag, scores run
Published: Sun, April 30, 2017
Sports | By Jeannette Edwards

Chris Coghlan goes airborne to avoid tag, scores run

Chris Coghlan goes airborne to avoid tag, scores run

But, as he rounded third in the seventh inning, Coghlan saw a crouching Molina and decided that, when he goes low, I go high.

Coghlan's contribution helped Toronto notch a 6-5, 11-inning win over the St. Louis Cardinals, giving the Blue Jays a chance to achieve their first series win of the year Wednesday night if they can take the middle game of the three-game interleague set in Busch Stadium.

In the night game, Adam Wainwright (1-3, 6.27) goes for the Cardinals against rookie righthander Casey Lawrence (0-2, 7.56).

The run turned out to be big as the Jays won 5-4. I'm glad I saw it. Although they might have more losses than wins, numerous games have been one-run losses. He pitched his second complete game of the season, allowing just one run on seven hits in a win over the Los Angeles Angels.

Toronto took the lead in the seventh on a play that Coghlan called "instinct".

History indeed. You'll see this play as one of the season's best when you're watching a compilation in November.

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Coghlan paused to mention that he never wants to see a player injured in the manner Posey was that day.

"It was like a little party in there". He has struggled mightily in the first inning over his last three starts and if the Jays can jump on him early, they could produce a huge upset tonight for bettors.

Luckily, we didn't have to worry about anybody being hoisted by their own petard, as Norris got his second career save, punctuated by a game-ending, gorgeous double play from the Simmons-Espinosa connection.

While the club's offensive woes have been documented to begin the year, the shaky start of the Cardinals rotation combined with the Toronto's past success against them represent an opportunity for the Blue Jays to break out.

It was the first time Sanchez has thrown off a mound since he had surgery to fix a blister on the middle finger of his right (throwing) hand. While his strikeout and walk rates have looked good, he has run an ERA of 6.27 through his first four starts, giving up 30 hits through 18 2/3 innings. Chavez has looked good in consecutive outings and he's bolstering the back end of a rotation that may end up being the front end, in this topsy-turvy baseball world.

"Most encouraging, given that Sanchez was still wearing a bandage on his finger that he was able to throw a curve ball, which Walker described as sharp and tight". Estrada will bring a 2.70 ERA into Sunday's matchup versus the Rays. "As long as that finger continues to heal and move in a positive direction, it's a possibility".

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