Playing with our emotions, the Toronto Blue Jays decided to go down to a one-run lead with two outs to go in the game and came out with the 6-5 victory over the Minnesota Twins.
Coming down to the wire but eventually completing the game, the Jays now win their second-straight and look to win their first series of the 2019 season as they have two left against the Twins this week before they head to Oakland.
Highlighted by an exciting offensive sixth inning and a stellar defensive play by Teoscar Hernandez (???), this win felt good.
The Jays almost coughed this one up late as Ken Giles came in with a two-run lead to make the save but gave up a solo home run to former teammate Marwin Gonzalez to lead off the bottom of the ninth. Just to make us feel alive and experience having a one-run lead with a runner on base with two outs — so nice of them! To get the final out of the game, C.J. Cron goes for the tying run at home as Byron Buxton hit a double to left field, but an amazing defensive play by Teoscar Hernandez and Freddy Galvis …
Author: Thomas Williams / Blue Jays Nation