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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Melky Cabrera
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.
Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon broke out some boxing analogies after a tough loss to Toronto.
On a night when Drew Hutchison didn't have his best stuff, the Toronto Blue Jays' offense did more than enough to bail him out.
Jon Lester took little solace in a strong recovery after a rough start.
Mark Buehrle got his major league-leading eighth win with a big boost from Toronto's powerful lineup.
The bottom of the ninth opened as if it was scripted for the defending World Series champion Red Sox.
Edwin Encarnacion continued his torrid run through May, which is only two-thirds over.
After throwing pitches into the seventh inning, R.A. Dickey hailed Melky Cabrera for his one perfect toss.
Justin Masterson has known mostly success against the Blue Jays - but he didn't have much after the third inning Tuesday night.
Toronto Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said he sat awake in his hotel bed Saturday night, thinking about his bullpen's recent problems. He even addressed his group of relievers Sunday morning.
Jeremy Guthrie had just given up the lead on a homer by the Blue Jays' Colby Rasmus, so when the inning ended, he blew off some steam by chucking the ball into the stands.
Mark Buehrle allowed two walks and both runners ended up scoring.
Melky Cabrera left the Toronto Blue Jays' game against the Kansas City Royals in the sixth inning Wednesday night after getting hit on the left shin by a pitch from Danny Duffy.
Run support has been hard to come by for Boston's Jon Lester all season, and Sunday was the same story.
A big win over the Boston Red Sox brought out a sense of national pride in the Toronto Blue Jays.
"I feel 100 percent now and I'm ready to go," Cabrera said through a translator. "It's good. I don't have any pain now."
He said he played at 220 pounds last year, but reported to spring training 20 pounds lighter.