Mission ’13, Game 30: Mariners win 4-0

It was strange not recapping last night’s Jays’ game, but other duties called!  I’m plugging this in simply for future reference.

Ricky Romero’s first game at the major league level was bittersweet: three good innings, followed by one not-so-good inning.  Regardless, the Jays’ offense was AWOL.  I think the only way you can win without actually scoring a run is by default.  I don’t know when that happened last, so we’ll leave it at that.

Stay tuned for a recap of Game 2.

Wes Kepstro



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