TORONTO — A five-run first inning from his Blue Jays teammates was all starter Jose Berrios required to shut down his former club, the Minnesota Twins, on Sunday. Toronto's early prowess at the plate generated a 5-3 win over the visiting Twins as the Jays took two of three games in the weekend series. Berrios surrendered three runs on four hits, gave up a walk and struck out six over six and two-thirds innings of work. Toronto (84-65) continued to hold second spot in the American League wild-car
José Berríos pitched into the seventh inning to beat his former team, Bo Bichette homered in a five-run first inning and the Toronto Blue Jays increased their lead in the playoff race by beating the Minnesota Twins 5-3 Sunday. Toronto now leads the New York Yankees by 1 1/2 games for the second AL wild-card spot. The Blue Jays are one game behind Boston for the top slot.
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