Game 35 lineups: Jays at Red Sox

at 7:10 p.m. ET
Fenway Park

Thumbnail image for BlueJays.jpgBLUE JAYS (19-15, 4.0 GB)
1. Fred Lewis, LF
2. Aaron Hill, 2B
3. Adam Lind, DH
4. Vernon Wells, CF
5. Lyle Overbay, 1B
6. Alex Gonzalez, SS
7. Jose Bautista, 3B
8. John Buck, C
9. Travis Snider, RF

Pitching: Dana Eveland (3-1, 3.82)

Thumbnail image for RedSox.gifRED SOX (17-16, 5.5 GB)
1. Marco Scutaro, SS
2. Dustin Pedroia, 2B
3. J.D. Drew, RF
4. Kevin Youkilis, 1B
5. Mike Lowell, DH
6. Adrian Beltre, 3B
7. Jason Varitek, C
8. Bill Hall, LF
9. Darnell McDonald, CF

Pitching: Daisuke Matsuzaka (1-1, 9.90)


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when a pitcher throws 103 pitches and throws 51 for a strike and 52 for for balls, thats horrid, and unacceptable.
Perhaps he should have been taken out but after morrow’s fiasco yesterday, we had to keep him in.
Morrow has some upside still and lets hope he can bounce back but with people in the minors pitching great (thanks GS), eveland is running out of time on this rotation.

Agreed gld…. but as rough as the Jays’ pitchers have been it also doesn’t help that there are two strike zones , one for the Jays and one for the Sox . Both gameday and sox own strike zone ( the one they show on tv ) prove this . Bauman is right until all umps start to call the high strike and be consistent games will be long and unbalanced

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