Blue Jays Still Not Firing on All Cylinders; Fall to Yankees, 9-4

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Blue Jays Still Not Firing on All Cylinders; Fall to Yankees, 9-4
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The Blue Jays lineup is beginning to take on that familiar look once again, but they're not all the way back, as demonstrated in a sloppy 9-4 loss to the Yankees on Friday at the Rogers Centre. Yes, Brett Lawrie was at third base for the fourth straight game, but he entered Friday night still looking for his first hit. Jose Bautista was back in the lineup after missing the first four games of this homestand, but was confined to DH. Of course, Jose Reyes won't be back until July, so shortstop is left full-time to the surprising ball of energy, Mune Kawasaki. He has the job until further notice. No, the real Jays aren't all the way back but, as a group, they believe they're getting closer.

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