Wrap up: Blue Jays 3, Orioles 0

April 10, 2010|By Baltimore Sun reporter

How it happened: Toronto Blue Jays starter Dana Eveland, a 26-year-old left-hander with his fourth big league team, turned in 71/3 shutout innings, allowing only five hits and four Orioles to reach scoring position. The poor offensive performance marred what was a solid six-inning outing by No. 5 starter David Hernandez and dropped the Orioles to 1-4 this season.

He said it: "[Starter David] Hernandez went out there and threw a good game, and we put up a doughnut for him." — Center fielder Adam Jones, who is now 1-for-17 since getting three hits on Opening Day, on the Blue Jays' shutout of the Orioles.

You said it: "Wow, the hits just keep coming huh? The hits to the fan base that is. What a start, makes me just want to pull the blanket over my head and wake up in another couple weeks to see if things are any better." — Roy, commenting on The Schmuck Stops Here.

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