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Jays is already on the edge of the abyss

Jays is already on the edge of the abyss

Major League Baseball playoffs are anything but old game, but the Blue Jays are already out of the game after losing their first game 4-0 to the Seattle Mariners on Friday in Toronto.

The crowd favorites didn’t look ready at the start of the match, already trailing 3-0 after one set.

Pitcher Alec Manouh was also the victim of this precipitous meltdown. He initially hit the first hitter in the game, Julio Rodriguez, before the latter completed his turn in the tracks after a brace from Eugenio Suarez. Cal Rally wrapped it all up for visitors with Homer’s two runs.

Manoh (0-1) finally quit after five games and two thirds. The opponent gave four points for the most hits from a safe place and a free pass.

Offensively, Jays faced Luis Castillo (1-0) in full possession. The Mariners clerk muzzled five opposing hitters in seven and one-third runs on the hill. He didn’t give up a run despite allowing six hits.

If he wants to extend his 2022 season with at least one more game, the only Canadian team in Major League Baseball will have no choice but to win the second duel of a best-of-three series, on Saturday, still at Rogers.

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