Right Baltimore Orioles David Hess was pulled out after casting 6 1/3 free-serve, but Orioles Kenppa could not see the striker in the 605th win over Toronto Blue Jays on Monday night.
Hess, the first start of the season, had a cruise along with eight outsay and one walk at 82 heights before manager Brandon Hyde decided to pull out the 25-year-old jug.
Hyde said after the game Hess was on the field. The player, after the right-hander turned with relief at the opening day, threw two fruitless filing in the loss of the New York Jankiz.
After a comfortable 6-0 win in the seventh, Hyde called the ward of Pedro Araujo for his first appearance of the season. Arauyou went to Justin Smyk, and then released Homer to Randal Grichuk, tearing the striker before leaving the inning with a double game.
Right-hander Mike Wright brought in the eighth inning and gave up solo home run to Freddie Galvis. On the left, Richard Blair refused two runs for the couple to reduce the "Orioles" prize to one before closing "Blue Jays" for their first saved car & # 39; s.
This was the second time this season. at seventh inning Detroit right-hander Jordan Zimmermann resigned 20th Toronto on the opening day before Theoskar Hernandez decided to put an end to his perfect game.
Hess had a 0.95 ERA in three matches against Blue Jays last season.
Hess was 3-1
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