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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - John Gibbons
Toronto's booming offense made life easy for Marcus Stroman in his first major league start.
Right from the first inning, the Toronto Blue Jays had chances to score against Kansas City Royals left-hander Jason Vargas. They just couldn't come up with the hit they needed to cash in any one of them.
For the first time in 11 games, the Toronto Blue Jays didn't hit a home run. Instead, they used a dose of speed to extend their winning streak to nine games with a wild walk-off victory.
Another blast by Edwin Encarnacion helped make Mark Buehrle the first nine-game winner in baseball.
Blue Jays manager John Gibbons has been ejected for arguing after losing a replay challenge in the fifth inning of Sunday's game against Oakland.
R.A. Dickey had felt for a while that he was building toward a big performance. It arrived Saturday in the knuckleballer's finest start of the season.
Mark Buehrle got his major league-leading eighth win with a big boost from Toronto's powerful lineup.
Edwin Encarnacion continued his torrid run through May, which is only two-thirds over.
Toronto right-hander Drew Hutchison knows how to hang tough and make in-game adjustments. Friday night he reaped the benefits in a matchup with Texas' Yu Darvish.
At the midpoint of May, Edwin Encarnacion is on track for a memorable month.
The Blue Jays have recalled Kevin Pillar from Triple-A Buffalo and put him in the lineup for Tuesday's game against Cleveland.
After throwing pitches into the seventh inning, R.A. Dickey hailed Melky Cabrera for his one perfect toss.
Mark Buehrle wasn't at his best, but he was exactly what the Blue Jays needed to snap a three-game losing streak.
J.A. Happ's return to the Toronto rotation might not last too much longer.
A bad night by the bullpen brought an end to the Toronto Blue Jays' winning streak.
"He has been off a little bit," Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said. "Even down in Tampa the other night, he pitched a nice ball game but he wasn't locating like he normally does."
"He has been off a little bit," Gibbons said. "Even down in Tampa the other night, he pitched a nice ballgame, but he wasn't locating like he normally does."