Litsch Looks Good

By on February 28, 2011
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     Against a pretty good Tigers lineup Litsch allowed  just one hit and struck out one over two innings in a Jays 1-0 loss.
     The bad news is that on Monday there will be no Roy Halladay-Kyle Drebek match up in Dunedin.
     Oh Halladay will be there but Drebek is sidelined with a stiff neck.
     “He was scratched earlier this morning because of a stiff neck as recently as Frriday morning,” said manager John Ferrell of Drebek.  “While it has shown improvement we don’t feel it’s prudent to put him in a start situation tomorrow at home so he will just skip a start and start Saturday.”
 
JAYS NOTES: In two exhibition games this spring the Jays have yet to score a run. …Brett Lawie, whom the Jays got in a trade with the Brewers started his first major league game of any type at third Sunday.  Lawie did admit starting one spring game at second and as a late inning substitution three other times while with the Brewers.
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