Blue Jays pitcher Aaron Loup was sent down to Triple-A after Sunday's win over the Yankees, reports SportsNet. Coup produced a 5.20 ERA over 36 1 /3 innings this season.
Blue Jays reliever Aaron Loup blew his fourth save of the season, when he couldn't hold onto a one-run lead in the seventh inning. Loup allowed a game-tying home run to the second batter he faced. It was the first home run he's allowed since July 1 and snapped a four-game scoreless stretch.
Blue Jays reliever Aaron Loup allowed an inherited runner to score, tying the game and blowing his second save in five outings. Loup entered in the sixth inning, with the tying and go-ahead runs on base. He retired all three batters he faced on two grounders and a strikeout, but one of the ground balls scored a runner from third.
Blue Jays reliever Aaron Loup is available to pitch after a day's rest. Loup's back "locked up" during an appearance Friday, per the Toronto Star. He wasn't available on Saturday, but he said he had a realignment and felt better.
Blue Jays reliever Aaron Loup faced four batters and didn't record an out, suffering a blown save and a loss to Houston on Thursday. Loup entered in the seventh with a two-run lead. He allowed a single, walk and back-to-back doubles. He allowed four runs, three earned, and saw his ERA increase to 5.93. His record is now 1-2. "We believe in Aaron," starter Drew Hutchison said. Loup's struggles cost him a win. "He'll be out there again next time the situation presents itself."