So with the two teams sporting incredibly similar profiles on both sides of the ball, what gives?
Manager John Gibbons was ejected for the second consecutive night as the Jays fell 2-1 to the Halos and were forced to settle for a split of their four-game series in Southern California.
It didn't help that the Jays have a history with Basner, who last season tossed third baseman Josh Donaldson for some phantom comments that were actually directed at the opposition dugout. Two batters later, Jose Bautista ripped a rare clutch single to left and the Jays had regained the lead.
It was a risky, thrilling, unsafe play that we can marvel at because no one got hurt. We can score more runs. "Not just making plays in the field, but our pitcher-catcher relationship, making sure we're hitting our spots, all the things that are going to be important for our first line of defense, which is your pitcher on the mound". Gibbons yelled in the direction of 32-year-old umpire, who wasted little time in ejecting him.
"If a guy wants to challenge me first pitch, you better believe I'm coming for him", the California native said.
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Later in the game, Stroman appeared to strike out Angels catcher Martin Maldonado.
It was Basner, many Jays followers will recall, who a year ago ejected Josh Donaldson for comments that the Jays third baseman was actually directing towards the Twins dugout. In Monday's loss, their were multiple incidents of debatable discretion, but what wound up Martin the most was the perceived inconsistencies of Basner's interpretation of balls and strikes. "But he made pitches when he had to".
The complex subtleties of Russell Martin's job can be enough to get the better of him some nights, especially during games when frustration rises to unhealthy levels.
"What we basically go by is if the batter is reasonably ready", crew chief Alfonzo Marquez said of the third inning-incident with Angel Kole Calhoun at the plate. He threw two shutout innings at Northwest Arkansas to earn his first victory. The run scored on a Yunel Escobar fielder's choice capped off by a clefer Maybin slide. A walk and sacrifice bunt put runners at second and third. "Guys need to do that but that's the way it usually ends up".
He managed to clear Molina with his leap in the air and since the glove nor the ball touched him, Coghlan was ruled safe. By not worrying about stats and performance in the micro view and sticking to that plan, Pillar is off to a solid start at the plate.
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Stroman took some heat after his brilliant complete-game victory over the Angels on Sunday, most notably from Angels slugger Albert Pujols.
ST. LOUIS - A rational man, while flying midair at top speed over a larger man, his head on a collision course with the ground, thinks first of his own peril.
During a battle of birds, a truly awesome play happened on Tuesday night.
Then there's the issue of what's missing from the Jays lineup.
"It was like seeing a unicorn", Blue Jays pitcher Marco Estrada said.
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"The biggest thing is Stro's out there, dealing and it was just time for the offence to wake up a little bit". No one's discouraged in this locker room. "You might not ever see that again". "We're going to keep fighting and tides will turn".