Blue Jays place LHP Liriano on DL because of sore shoulder

Posted May 14, 2017

Regardless, one thing which can help the Blue Jays, is the return of some of their seemingly endless list of injured players.

The Mariners come into tonight's game 17-18, in second place in the American League West.

Whether he's back in uniform at the Rogers Centre on Wednesday remains to be seen, but the way this season has gone so far, best not hold your breath.

"The changeup is a pitch I've been working on a lot", Biagini said. "He's going to give us a chance to win the ballgame". I was getting ahead of myself and just rushing it.

And that total could have easily risen by another $10-million were it not for the fast recovery powers of designated hitter Kendrys Morales, who has not started the past two games trying to sort out a sore left hammy. He limped noticeably as he returned to his locker in the Jays clubhouse and it's obviously not the type of injury to rush a return. The last time he went longer between hits was an 0-for-25 skid from June 22 to July 1, 2015.

Bautista beat up on a third-inning offering from Mariners pitcher Christian Bergman, who was making his first career start.

While he's not officially out, the potential loss of Morales is yet another piling on blow.

"He did a tremendous job and they've got a good lineup over there", Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said. "It could have got worse if I stayed out there so I've got to listen to the doctors and see what's going to happen later". Three times has he finished with a ERA above 5.00, not including this year. "Luis said 'yeah, right now.' So I did it". I mean, those are Indians' bullpen-like numbers.

Encarnacion got a standing ovation before his first at-bat, when he lined a first-pitch single off Stroman's left foot.

Realistically, you can't expect much more than what we are seeing in this series. I had to do a double take to one: make sure it was actually 7-7, and two, to discover it was only the fifth inning. Also, Saturday's game does not have a starter listed for the Mariners, so it is fair to assume it will be a pitcher from the minors and another pitcher the Jays lineup hasn't faced. "Our guys - tip my hat to them - they have not gotten down even with the early struggles".

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Mike Bolsinger, who was solid in his Jays starting debut on Tuesday, will remain in the rotation.

That would be the guy.

The two were commiserating about the brutal start to a season that had embarked with such high expectations. He went 5.2 innings allowing just three hits and two runs. "When you do, it bites you in the butt".

Goins hit a two-out homer off Trevor Bauer (2-4) into the second deck in the second, his third.

Joe Biagini has had a change in his role in the past week, moving from reliever to starter for the Toronto Blue Jays.

How dominant was Carrasco? INF Taylor Motter started at second base.

Biagini (1-1) allowed four hits and no walks while striking out three.

"That first inning was kind of tough", Estrada said. "They've got Morales and (Justin) Smoak there, too". He's got the stuff. The Mariners were 2-for-9 with runners in scoring position and left eight men on base.

It was 2-2 when Vincent (1-1) entered the game with a 1.62 ERA and a streak of 12 scoreless appearances covering 13 innings. Those two cashed after a hit from Lonnie Chisenhall.

The Indians responded with five runs in the top of the third inning, and again, it was the top of the order that set the table for the rally. Los Angeles rookie Cody Bellinger's RBI single with one out in the ninth inning brought home Corey Seager to tie the score.