In the animal kingdom we expect that the strong survive and the weak suffer an ignominious death. Enter the Tigers (Panthera tigris, the 3rd largest land carnivore behind the Polar Bear and the Brown Bear). Witness the Blue Jays (Cyanocitta cristata, a feathered, winged, bipedal, endothermic, egg-laying, vertebrate animal). Do you really need Marlin Perkins to figure this one out?
On Monday, the Tigers, demonstrating the higher order of predatory taxonomy naturally established its continued dominance over the visiting Blue Jays who have been laying eggs since opening day.
Anibal Sanchez provided Detroit with a solid pitching performance and got plenty of run support from Miguel Cabrera and Alex Avila as the home squad downed the Jay 7-3. A complete game wrap is linked below:
- Toronto Blue Jays try to get back on track against Detroit Tigers (o.canada.com)
- Blue Jays hit road for matinee in Detroit (cbc.ca)
Categories: American League Happenings