Blue Jays come from behind to beat White Sox

Toronto Blue Jays baserunner Maicer Izturis slides safely into home plate as the ball is dropped by...

Toronto Blue Jays baserunner Maicer Izturis slides safely into home plate as the ball is dropped by Chicago White Sox catcher Tyler Flowers during MLB action in Chicago, June 11, 2013. (REUTERS/Jim Young)

BOB ELLIOTT, QMI Agency

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For the 1971 Baltimore Orioles, the 1995 Atlanta Braves, or the 2010 San Francisco Giants the outing probably would have been scoffed at.

Right-hander Chien-Ming Wang made his debut Tuesday night with the Blue Jays allowing 10 hits and five runs in 7 1/3 innings.

The Blue Jays won once down to their final two outs in the ninth, Jose Bautista hit a game-tying homer and Rajai Davis’ bat and legs won it in the 10th, landing them a 7-5 win over the last-place Chicago White Sox, before 20,700 fans at U.S. Cellular Field.

Yet in the grand scheme of things, the most impressive was Wang.

He worked 7 1/3 innings -- only the fourth Blue Jays starter to work 7 1/3 or more this season.

Roughed up in fourth for four runs, he gave his team a chance to win the game.


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