The Toronto Blue Jays fell to the Tampa Bay Rays 8-2 on Sunday, bringing their Spring record to 4-10-1.
There were 6,177 fans in attendance at the Charlotte Sports Park, in Port Charlotte, Florida to watch the two American League East clubs face off in Spring training action.
Making his first start of the spring, Borucki, a 5th round pick in 2012, had two strikeouts and surrendered two runs, only one earned, on two hits in two innings pitched.
LHP Tim Mayza continued his impressive play with a clean third inning, striking out two. He has yet to surrender a run in his five appearances so far this spring.
Offensively, the Blue Jays were limited to just five hits in the ballgame.
Anthony Alford made an excellent defensive play in the second inning, robbing Kevin Kiermaier of a home run.
The Blue Jays will face the Boston Red Sox tomorrow at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium, with J.A. Happ expected to get the start. The action begins at 1:07 pm EDT.
Lastly, a happy birthday to the longtime voice of the Blue Jays Jerry Howarth, who turned 70 years old today.