BLUE JAYS BASH PARTY — OUTSCORE PHILLIES 31-7 IN 3 GAMES!

By Harry Allison

The Toronto Blue Jays’ offense proved to be too powerful for the Phillies to handle.

They bashed five home runs in a 13-2 victory last night at Citizens Bank Park. They outscored the Phillies, 31-7, in the last three days. But Blue Jays left-hander J.A. Happ did his job, too. He allowed just three hits and one unearned run in seven innings as Toronto improved to 19-8 since May 18.

Phillies right-hander Aaron Nola suffered the shortest start of his career, allowing eight runs in three-plus innings. Odubel Herrera capped an ugly night when he threw a ball into the stands with two outs in the eighth inning, allowing Edwin Encarnacion to advance from first to third. More >

“Oh man, that was an outburst,” Happ said of his club’s offensive performance. “It was fun to watch in our dugout. It was a good time. Hopefully we can carry some of that momentum into a big series in Baltimore.”

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