Jays Force Game 5 with 8-4 Win

By: Ryan Colpitts

in game four of the American League Division Series at Globe Life Park in Arlington on October 12, 2015 in Arlington, Texas.
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It was another go big or go home kind of night at Globe Life Park in Arlington. The Jays were in search of another crucial victory that would send them back to Toronto to a all hands on deck game 5 match-up. R.A. Dickey started off the game as the Rangers would send Derek Holland to the rubber in hopes of a win to punch their ticket to the ALCS match-up against either the Royals or Astros who will face each other in a game 5 contest themselves.

The Jays got things going right off the bat. Once Ben Revere reached first, Josh Donaldson would be able to get Revere and himself home by launching a line drive homer to right field. Chris Colabello would soon follow suite launching a home run of his own to right field. Toronto would lead 3-0 heading into the second, however Pillar and Encarnacion (3rd inning) would launch their own home runs into the crowd making it 5-0. Colabello would see the ball well again doubling on a ground ball scoring Edwin. Pillar would go up to the dish, still in the third inning. He would get Colabello in, lining a single into left field. The Jays would lead 7-0 before Texas would get on the board in the bottom of the seventh making it a 7-1 game.

Heading into the bottom of the eighth, Texas would be doing whatever they could to get guys in. They would do just that seeing the ball just as well as the Jays scoring 2 runs, cutting their lead in half. They were trying to deal around the pitching of price before that as Dickey who started the game, would go 4.2IP giving up just 1 ER through five hits. Price would come in and pitch three innings of his own, which would wind up getting the W. Osuna would come in to close out the game, securing a game five in Toronto at the Rogers Centre Wednesday afternoon.

This upcoming game will be heartache for Jay’s fans, as nobody will be able to exhale until there is a F on the board beside the score. Marcus Stroman will approach the mound in a rematch of game two, as his counterpart will be Cole Hamels. This is going to be another game of inches as both pitchers had an amazing outing and the key to the victory for the Jays will be to see the ball well like they have been and score runs early. Game time takes place at 4:07EST.

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