When the Blue Jays really needed Scott Richmond to step up, he did what any good Canadian would do and he honoured that request. After a bit of a shaky start in the first, Richmond settled down and pitched 6 strong innings to earn his first win since that 3-0 rain delay back on September 23rd of last year. It always helps when you get a nice 4 run cushion to work with, but Richmond never really got into any trouble until Shawn Camp came in relief in the 7th. Even then, Camp and new guy Bill Murphy and Brandon League were spectacular in relief.
To you Scott Richmond, we raise a pint of one of Canada’s finest beers – Steamwhistle. Cheers!
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