Roy Halladay went 6 2/3 innings on Wednesday, giving up five runs on nine hits. (AP)
By Jordan Bastian / MLB.com
The Jays took Roy Halladay -- who struggled early but then settled down nicely, giving up no runs over his final 3 2/3 innings -- off the hook with two-run homers by Adam Lind and Joe Inglett in the third and a run in the sixth. Toronto had its chances, but was unable to score in the seventh with the bases full and nobody out.
BATTING 2B: Bruce (6, Halladay), Votto (16, Halladay). HR: Griffey Jr. (9, 1st inning off Halladay,
1 on, 2 out). TB: Bruce 2; Dunn, A; Phillips, B; Griffey Jr. 4; Votto 2; Keppinger; Patterson, C; Valentin, Ja;
Janish; Ross, D. RBI: Griffey Jr. 2 (34), Dunn, A (44), Phillips, B (44), Votto (38), Bruce (14). 2-out
RBI: Griffey Jr. 2. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Dunn, A 2; Bruce; Hopper 2; Phillips, B. SAC:
Ross, D. SF: Bruce. Team RISP: 2-for-11. Team LOB: 11.
Patterson, C (10, 2nd base off Halladay/Zaun).
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