Blue Jays bats have no bite in shutout loss to White Sox

Blue Jays left fielder Darin Mastroianni hits a single during the first inning against the White...

Blue Jays left fielder Darin Mastroianni hits a single during the first inning against the White Sox in Toronto on Sunday, June 29, 2014. It was one of four hits on the day for the Jays as the White Sox won 4-0. (Nick Turchiaro/USA TODAY Sports)

MIKE RUTSEY, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 6:18 PM ET

TORONTO - With little to no bite in their lineup, perhaps the Blue Jays should be looking to sign disgraced Uruguay striker Luis Suarez.

The names now available to manager John Gibbons simply are unable to get the job done.

At this point, the Jays are not competitive, it’s that simple.

With Jose Bautista reduced to a pinch-hitting appearance Sunday and no Brett Lawrie available for four to six weeks with a fractured finger, the Jays were a punchless group against Chicago White Sox left-hander Jose Quintana.

The result was a 4-0 defeat in which the Jays managed all of four hits and had just one runner move into scoring position.


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