With a bat in hand, the Toronto Blue Jays could do no wrong against the Texas Rangers on Monday night.
In a 19-4 win at the Rogers Centre, the squad put up a season-high in runs and hits (21). And it wasn’t a small-ball approach that got the job done.
The first MLB grand slam of Brandon Drury’s career in the fourth inning was the highlight of the 13 extra-base hits that the team recorded to set a new franchise record for a single game, according to Rodney Hiemstra.
— Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays) August 13, 2019
Justin Smoak, Randal Grichuk and Danny Jansen also went yard for the Blue Jays on a day where everything seemed to go right.
On top of that, with his two doubles, Bo Bichette continued the sparking start to his MLB career.
— Hazel Mae (@thehazelmae) August 13, 2019
To think the Blue Jays did all that after getting blanked 1-0 by the New York Yankees on Sunday night makes it all the more impressive.
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