Mission ’13, Game 39: Jays win 12-4

This one was very satisfying. Chad Jenkins pitched in place of injured Brandon Morrow and pitched very well. His stuff isn’t electric like Morrow’s but he was around the strike zone all game. The Jays also turned the tables on Boston, blowing out the the team that had blown out the Jays twice earlier in the season.

The offensive star in this game was none other than Emilio Bonifacio, who fell a triple shy of the cycle.

This win gave the Jays a winning road trip (4-3) against two teams ahead of them in the division.

Wes Kepstro

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