Blue Jays' J.A. Happ: Coughs up five unearned runs in loss
Happ (10-6) lasted just 3.2 innings Thursday, yielding five unearned runs on five hits and a walk while taking the loss against Boston. He struck out six and gave up a home run.
Happ was solid in the first few innings but totally unraveled in the fourth, allowing all five runs with the bulk of the damage coming from a Mookie Betts grand slam. July has been an absolute nightmare for Happ as he's allowed 13 earned runs in his first two starts this month and he's now lost his last three starts. He'll take the mound next Saturday (July 21) when Toronto hosts Baltimore as he looks to get back in the win column.
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