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Topic - Mark Buehrle
The Kansas City Royals are making a bad habit of getting blanked whenever Jeremy Guthrie is on the mound.
Mark Buehrle pitched eight sharp innings to become baseball's first 10-game winner, Edwin Encarnacion homered again and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Kansas City Royals 4-0 on Sunday.
In a season of solid outings by Mark Buehrle, this stood out as one of his best.
Alex Cobb got drilled by another line drive, only this one was below the belt instead of above the neck.
Another blast by Edwin Encarnacion helped make Mark Buehrle the first nine-game winner in baseball.
Mark Buehrle got his major league-leading eighth win with a big boost from Toronto's powerful lineup.
Jon Lester took little solace in a strong recovery after a rough start.
Mark Buehrle became the first seven-game winner in the majors, Jose Bautista and Brett Lawrie homered and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Los Angeles Angels 7-3 Monday night to avoid a four-game sweep.
C.J. Wilson enjoys being a tourist in Toronto, but he doesn't much like pitching there.
Mark Buehrle wasn't at his best, but he was exactly what the Blue Jays needed to snap a three-game losing streak.
In one weekend, the Blue Jays have gone from streaking to slumping.
A low-scoring offense has put pressure on Philadelphia's pitchers to be perfect. Cliff Lee wasn't up to the task against the Blue Jays.
Mark Buehrle allowed two walks and both runners ended up scoring.
Mark Buehrle's brilliant start to the season came to a sudden end against the Boston Red Sox.
The Boston Red Sox followed up one of their worst games of the season with one of their best.
"I'm fortunate to get away with giving up one run," Buehrle said. "That could have been a game where I give up eight to 10 runs."
"Even playing the outfield it seems like he's a little quicker," Buehrle said. "Last year he didn't seem like the same guy that I've seen playing against him for all those years."