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J.A. Happ yielded just two runs over seven innings Tuesday in the Blue Jays' 5-3 win over the Angels.

The Halos scratched across two runs in the fourth inning on a couple hits and a walk, but they had just one hit and two walks over the other six frames versus Happ. The only disappointment for the veteran left-hander was only five strikeouts after he entered the night having whiffed well over a batter per inning this season. Happ takes on his former team, the Phillies, on Sunday.
May 22 - 9:55 PM

Garrett Richards gave up five runs – one earned – over five innings of work Tuesday in a loss to the Blue Jays.

Chris Young failed to corral a line drive in the bottom of the first inning with two outs, which led to four unearned runs for Richards. It makes his final line – which included six hits, two walks and four strikeouts – much more digestible. Richards has been inconsistent this season, often alternating good and bad starts. He’ll carry a 3.31 ERA into Detroit the next time out.
May 22 - 9:54 PM

Tyler Clippard recorded his second save of the season with a perfect ninth inning in Tuesday's win over the Angels.

Clippard had no issues protecting a two-run lead in the ninth, getting a strikeout, flyout and popout to preserve the victory. The veteran reliever has recorded both of the Blue Jays' saves since Robert Osuna went on Administrative Leave. He's having an excellent bounce-back season with a 1.82 ERA and 28/12 K/BB ratio over 24 2/3 frames.
May 22 - 9:53 PM

Kendrys Morales singled and launched a two-run home run Tuesday against the Angels.

Morales' blast off of Garrett Richards punctuated a five-run first inning for the Blue Jays. It was the designated hitter's first longball since May 1 and he now has consecutive multi-hit games for the first time all season. There's been some speculation that Morales could be benched or cut loose, perhaps to make room for Vladimir Guerrero Jr., so he'll need to keep it up.
May 22 - 9:50 PM

Matt Boyd was lifted from his start Tuesday night against the Twins due to an apparent injury.

Boyd allowed just one hit over four scoreless innings to begin the evening, but he walked the first two batters he faced in the bottom of the fifth and then walked off the field with a trainer. There should be an update soon from Target Field.
May 22 - 9:46 PM

Albert Pujols drove in his first run in 10 games with an RBI single Tuesday against the Blue Jays.

Pujols' base knock in the fourth inning plated Mike Trout to get the Angels on the board. It was the first run that he's driven in since May 9, although he still has a respectable 22 RBI on the season. Pujols is hitting just .234 with one home run over his last 20 games.
May 22 - 9:45 PM

Miguel Sano (hamstring) went 3-for-4 with a two-run homer in a rehab game Tuesday night with Triple-A Rochester.

The home run sailed out just right of dead-center, per Rochester Red Wings play-by-play man Josh Whetzel. Sano had been 1-for-8 with three walks since beginning his rehab assignment this past Saturday. He should be cleared to return to the Twins' active roster by the end of the week.
May 22 - 9:22 PM

Khris Davis has been sent for an MRI on his right groin.

Davis was diagnosed with a right groin strain after leaving Sunday's series finale against the Blue Jays and A's manager Bob Melvin said on the radio Monday that the 30-year-old slugger would likely be placed on the disabled list, but it hasn't happened yet. "We'll just see where he's at," Melvin told reporters Tuesday. "He's on the roster today. We'll see what the results are. If we have to carry him for a little bit, that would probably be a good option, based on the fact he could maybe come back sooner than later, but I'm not sure what the results of that are going to be."
May 22 - 9:14 PM
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