Happ, Blue Jays off the Mark Against White Sox

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Happ, Blue Jays off the Mark Against White Sox
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In a week where the Blue Jays' starting pitching looked ready to turn a corner, the offense remains visibly stalled. Manager John Gibbons likened the quiet bats to sputtering, and paired with pitching mistakes, this engine just won't turn over. Starter J.A Happ has a number in the loss column, as the Blue Jays fell, 7-0, to the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday night at Rogers Centre.

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