Smoak nabbed after Laureano overthrow, but Jays sweep A's

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Smoak nabbed after Laureano overthrow, but Jays sweep A's
Smoak nabbed after Laureano overthrow, but Jays sweep A's

OAKLAND, Calif. — Justin Smoak got thrown out on a wild sequence that began with another sensational play by Oakland centre fielder Ramon Laureano, but wound up with four hits as the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Athletics 5-4 Sunday for a three-game sweep. Smoak homered to help Toronto post its first road sweep of at least three games since 2015 and cap a 6-1 trip for manager Charlie Montoyo's club. The Blue Jays went 1-5 on their first road trip earlier this season. Both starting pitchers were forced to leave early. Toronto's Aaron Sanchez was pulled after four innings because of a broken fingernail, a problem that has plagued him in the past. A's starter Brett Anderson (3-1) sprained his left

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