The Rogers Centre will host game 3 of 3 Sunday afternoon between the Detroit Tigers and the Toronto Blue Jays. Detroit comes into this game 59-65 on the year following a 4-1 10th inning win in game 1 of this series. Tyler Alexander got the start for Detroit giving up one run on four hits, while striking out six batters across seven innings of work resulting in a no decision. The Detroit bullpen held true before Gregory Soto came on giving up no runs and no hits across the final two innings of the game to secure the victory.
Despite playing ten innings the Detroit offense struggled with only nine hits on the day including 3-11 with runners in scoring position to leave seven men on base. Jonathon Schoop, Jemier Candelario,and Harold Castro supplied the offense for Detroit driving in 1 run each.
The Toronto Blue Jays have lost four of their last five games played including game one of this series bringing their season record to 63-57. Toronto was atrocious from the plate in game one of this series going 0-12 with runners in scoring position leaving seven men on base. Vlad Guerrero Jr. supplied the only run of the game for Toronto with a solo home run in the bottom of the fourth inning.
Robbie Ray got the start for Toronto giving up one run on five hits, while striking out eleven batters across eight innings of work resulting in a no decision. Trevor Richards came on in the 10th giving up three runs on one hit, while recording two outs resulting in the loss.