The Dominican player was one of the keys in the Canadians’ 5-1 win over the Nationals.
Toronto Blue Jays got his second win in a row against Washington Nationals this Tuesday after beating them for 5-1 at Nationals Park.
The Canadian team was very fine in defense, while when it came to stopping on offense they also had spectacular moments.
One of them came in the second inning, when with the 1-1 count Vladimir Guerrero Jr. got a one-run homer after a very deep shot that caused a tremendous clash between two of the Nats outfielders, Bonifacio and Oak trees.
Season 2, Homer 1:
– Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays) July 28, 2020
The Blue Jays would end up with the clash in comfort, which was their third win this season. Canadians march with a 3-2 record in the American League East Division.
This Wednesday will follow the series against the Nationals, the last MLB champions, who started the season poorly and have a record of one won and four lost.
Other results on Tuesday:
Cleveland Indians 4-3 Chicago White Sox
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