If the overall power the Jays displayed this weekend in Baltimore remains consistent, they could be a "team to beat" — despite the injury setback to young hopeful Brett Lawrie. "When this team starts swinging the bats the way we're capable, we'll be a team to beat," first baseman Adam Lind said after clubbing two homers to help pace Toronto's three-homer, 11-hit attack on the Orioles that netted a 7-4 win at Camden Yards. Lawrie was placed on the seven-day disabled list Sunday (retroactive to June 2) with a left wrist injury. That dampened expectations among fans and critics alike, all awaiting what was the imminent arrival of the power-hitting Canadian into the Jays' already powerful lineup.
Lind clubs pair of homers as Jays down Orioles 7-4
Toronto Star | Jun 6