Source: Toronto Sun
Besides Brett Lawrie climbing an invisible stepladder to spear Austin Jackson's liner to open the game, the Blue Jays made a number of fine fielding plays, including Travis Snider's diving grab in left off the bat of Prince Fielder in the first with a man on, and right fielder Rajai Davis taking a hit away from Omar Infante in the fifth. Maybe not the best of jumps in the case of Snider and Davis, but the balls were caught.
"The catch by Brett was a good start," Blue Jays manager John Farrell told reporters. "A lot better than opening with a leadoff double. (Centre fielder Anthony) Gose has tremendous range, even if he's a step behind, he can make it up. They hit some balls on the screws but we were positioned properly. (Starting pitcher Henderson Alvarez) works quickly, throws strikes and keeps players in the game."
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