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Blue Jays-Phillies Runs

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Blue Jays second. Encarnacion homered to left on a 2-1 count. Francisco struck out. Kratz singled to centre. Rasmus fouled out to third baseman Asche. St.Tolleson struck out.

1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 1 left on. Blue Jays 1, Phillies 0.

Blue Jays fourth. Bautista doubled to left. Encarnacion singled to left, Bautista to third. Francisco grounded into fielder's choice, second baseman Utley to shortstop Galvis, Bautista scored, Encarnacion out. Kratz popped out to shortstop Galvis. Rasmus homered to centre on a 0-1 count, Francisco scored. St.Tolleson lined out to third baseman Asche.

3 runs, 3 hits, 0 errors, 0 left on. Blue Jays 4, Phillies 0.

Blue Jays sixth. Francisco singled to centre. Kratz lined out to centre fielder Revere. Rasmus struck out. St.Tolleson doubled to right, Francisco scored. Hutchison struck out.

1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 1 left on. Blue Jays 5, Phillies 0.

Phillies sixth. Ruiz doubled to left. Utley singled to centre, Ruiz to third. Howard singled to centre, Ruiz scored, Utley to second. Byrd popped out to first baseman Encarnacion. D.Brown struck out. Mayberry pinch-hitting for Galvis. Mayberry walked on a full count, Utley to third, Howard to second. Asche homered to right on a 1-0 count, Utley scored, Howard scored, Mayberry scored. Gwynn Jr. pinch-hitting for Hamels. Gwynn Jr. grounded out, second baseman St.Tolleson to first baseman Encarnacion.

5 runs, 4 hits, 0 errors, 0 left on. Blue Jays 5, Phillies 5.

Blue Jays tenth. Bastardo pitching. Me.Cabrera singled to left. Bautista singled to centre, Me.Cabrera to third. Encarnacion popped out to second baseman Utley. On Bastardo's wild pitch, Bautista to second. Francisco hit a sacrifice fly to centre fielder Revere, Me.Cabrera scored. Bautista to third. Kratz grounded out, third baseman Asche to first baseman Howard.

1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 1 left on. Blue Jays 6, Phillies 5.

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