BALTIMORE -- The Toronto Blue Jays, like many teams, have feasted on the pitching of the Baltimore Orioles this season. Toronto banged out three homers in Monday's 5-0 victory and now has hit 37 against the Orioles this year.
When the two teams meet for the second game of the series on Tuesday at 7:05 ET at Camden Yards, the Blue Jays hope to do more of the same. Toronto (68-82) will start Aaron Sanchez (4-6, 4.90) against Baltimore right-hander Dylan Bundy (8-14, 5.48).
Home runs have been a huge problem for Bundy also this year as he's given up 38 homers already -- the most in the major leagues.