The Chicago White Sox were on a roll, but the Toronto Blue Jays have halted it abruptly. The Blue Jays won their second straight game at U.S. Cellular Field on Wednesday night as starter Brandon Morrow blanked the Sox 4-0 with a complete game shutout.
Toronto center fielder Colby Rasmus singled to center field in the fifth to score Rajai Davis and get scoring started. Toronto scored another run in the sixth when slugging first baseman Jose Bautista clubbed his 15th home run of the year. The Blue Jays added two more in the ninth off a homer from Davis, his fourth of the year.
Marrow allowed only two hits while striking out five in the win. The victory lifts the Blue Jays to 30-26, while the Sox fall to 31-25.
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