He proved it again on Tuesday night.
Baltimore was held scoreless through six innings before cashing in runs in each of the seventh and eighth, grabbing the lead until the bottom of the ninth when Toronto scored two more to earn the walk-off win.
Teoscar Hernández singled to put runners at the corners, and two batters later, No. 9 hitter Luke Maile tied the game with an RBI single before Ureña's single won it.
Every player has their own reasons for wanting to finish the year on a high note, even on a team that is just spinning its wheels.
Urena had a trio of singles on the night, extending his hit streak to five games.
The right-hander has struggled all year with blister and nail issues, going on the disabled list four times to try and fix the nagging problem. I could have gone either way, you know. "I just think he's relaxed and he's confident".
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But beyond the pitch-framing, the game-calling and the.735 OPS in a down-year offensively, there's also Martin's toughness and determination that are difference-makers. Biagini went eight innings and recorded two strikeouts, but the win went to teammate Tim Mayza.
"It's been a frustrating season for me because I've been a lot less consistent than I would have liked to be", Biagini said.
"I think that when you're cruising along and you have it turn like that really quickly, it eats at you a little bit". He held the Blue Jays to five hits in six scoreless innings in a no decision on September 1, then allowed five hits and five runs in three innings in a loss to the New York Yankees six days later.
Maile has two RBIs in his last three games after recording just one in his previous 19. "I'm pretty happy about that". Stroman comes off of a 5-4 defeat at the hands of the Detroit Tigers where he was charged with four runs on six hits and a walk over six frames. It marks the first time the Jays have opened at home since 2013. But Bautista popped out and Morales struck out to end the threat.
One batter too late, Britton got Darwin Barney to hit a ground ball to second, but the Orioles were able to get just one out at second on a fielder's choice after Jonathan Schoop looked Pillar back to third.
The Orioles (71-74) fell three games below.500 for the first time since August 23, and they weren't able to take advantage of grittiest starting pitching performances of the season from right-hander Dylan Bundy, who despite holding the Blue Jays to one run over six innings, recorded his final out of the night down 1-0.
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