Stroman Strong in Spite of Rasmus Homer

By on March 6, 2016

EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO

EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO

Above, Marcus Stroman tossed three solid innings allowing just one run on one hit while striking out four but the Blue Jays still dropped their first game of the spring 7-1 to the Astros in Kissimmee on Sunday. Jesse Chavez took the loss allowing just a solo run over two innings of work. The Astros did their big damage in the eighth with five runs off Jays submariner Ben Rowen who lasted just 1/3 of an inning. The Jays return home on Monday to face the Braves in Dunedin at 1:07 PM

Ben Rowland (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Ben Rowland (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

 

Dalton Pompey signs for the fans. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Dalton Pompey signs for the fans. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

 

Former Blue Jay put the Astros on the board first with a solo homer of Marcus Stroman in the second. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Former Blue Jay Colby Rasmus put the Astros on the board first with a solo homer of Marcus Stroman in the second. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

 

DH Domonic Brown triples in the fifth inning and later scored on Matt Dominguez single to account for the Blue Jays only run. Brown was wearing uniform number 13, formally worn by Macier Izutris who recently retired. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

DH Domonic Brown triples in the fifth inning and later scored on Matt Dominguez single to account for the Blue Jays only run. Brown was wearing uniform number 13, formally worn by Macier Izutris who recently retired. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

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