The Toronto Blue Jays (62-55) managed to bounce back against the Los Angeles Angels (60-58) in the rubber match of the three-game series with a 4-1 victory.
Jays starting pitcher Ricky Romero (10-7) was able to outduel his Angels counterpart, Dan Haren (1-3 with Angels), through 7-innings before giving the ball up to Jason Frasor for a scoreless eighth inning, followed by a scoreless ninth inning and the save by Jays closer – Kevin Gregg (27th).
The Blue Jays offense was supplied by 5-6-7 hitters in the line-up, as Adam Lind cranked his 17th homerun of the season, while Aaron Hill drove in two runs and Lyle Overbay cashed in a run with a sacrifice fly.
The Jays will continue their California road trip with a three-game set against the Oakland Athletics
- Today: Toronto (Shaun Marcum 10-6, 3.87) at Oakland A’s (Brett Anderson 3-3, 2.88)
- Tuesday: Toronto (Brandon Morrow 9-6, 4.45) at Oakland A’s (Dallas Braden 7-8, 3.56)
- Wednesday: Toronto (Mark Rzepczynski 1-1, 4.42) at Oakland A’s (Gio Gonzalez 10-8, 3.49)