Eric Hinske is unable to make the catch during the first inning Friday. (Darren Calabrese/AP)
By Bryan Hoch / MLB.com
Joba Chamberlain got off to a rough start by allowing two first-inning runs, and the Yankees were in trouble with Roy Halladay on the hill for the Blue Jays. New York managed just one hit -- Ramiro Pena's double -- off Toronto's ace in the loss.
BATTING 2B: Hill, A 2 (28, Chamberlain, Ramirez, E), Lind (45, Chamberlain), Inglett (3, Melancon). TB:
Barajas; Wells, V; Lind 4; Scutaro; Inglett 3; Hill, A 4. RBI: Lind (92), Inglett (5), Scutaro (57),
Hill, A 2 (91). 2-out RBI: Scutaro; Hill, A 2. Runners left in scoring position,
2 out: Inglett 2; Millar 3; Scutaro; Hill, A 2. GIDP: Millar. Team RISP: 3-for-13. Team
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