Blue Jays, Josh Johnson ripped apart by Dodgers

Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Josh Johnson (left) gets pulled from the game by manager John...

Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Josh Johnson (left) gets pulled from the game by manager John Gibbons against the Los Angeles Dodgers at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, July 22, 2013. (MARK BLINCH/Reuters)

MIKE RUTSEY, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 11:12 PM ET

TORONTO - If the Toronto Blue Jays weren’t embarrassed by their play Monday night they never will be.

Poor pitching and shoddy defence — five errors, folks — defined their play, giving the 34,515 in attendance the impression they took the night off and were mentally checked out.

When the carnage ended, the Los Angeles Dodgers would total 16 hits and leave the field laughing with a 14-5 crush job in their pocket.

On the mound, it was another Jekyll and Hyde outing from Jays starter Josh Johnson.

Too much Hyde and not enough Jekyll.


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