Blue Jays sweep A's, but lose starter Sanchez with a broken nail on throwing hand

Toronto Sun
Blue Jays sweep A's, but lose starter Sanchez with a broken nail on throwing hand
Blue Jays sweep A's, but lose starter Sanchez with a broken nail on throwing hand

OAKLAND — More than a few curious eyes were raised in the aftermath of Aaron Sanchez's 59-pitch outing in the series finale against the host Athletics here on Sunday. Not that Sanchez was overpowering or in complete control of his pitches, but he allowed only two hits and one earned run during his time on the mound as the Jays went on to sweep their three-game series over the A's with a 5-4 win. For the second game in a row, Toronto's bats combined for a double-digit hits total. And for the second game in a row, Toronto lost its starter because of an injury. Sanchez left after four innings, after giving up a leadoff double in the fifth, then a single and then a walk to load the bases. The damage

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