Stroman goes 4 2/3 Shutout Innings

By on March 11, 2016

(Below) Blue Jays right hander and probably opening day starter Marcus Stroman leaps off the mound after ending the top of the fourth with a strike out as the Jays beat the Red Sox 2-1 in 10 innings.  Stroman, who a year ago was on crutches after tearing his left knee up doing PFP drills, threw 4 2/3 innings of shutout ball.  He allowed three hits and struck out four for the longest outing by a Jays pitcher so far this spring.  Jon Berti knocked in the winning run on the bottom of the 10th with a bases loaded single to center with none away scoring Andy Burns.  The Jays make the five mile road trip on Saturday to Brighthouse Field in Clearwater for a 1:05 game against the Phillies.

EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO

EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO

 

Junior Lake Bunts Ball Off Helmet in 2nd, ball is in top left of photo above man with folded arms wearing a black shirt. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Junior Lake Bunts Ball Off Helmet in 2nd, ball is in top left of photo above man with folded arms wearing a black shirt. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Ruben Amaro Jr. New Job Coach 1st for the Sox - EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO

Ruben Amaro Jr. New Job Coach 1st for the Sox  (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

 

STROMAN (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

STROMAN (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

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