Aaron Sanchez

#41 SP / Toronto Blue Jays / EXP: 6YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 215 lb Age: 26 College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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      Blue Jays' Aaron Sanchez: First to 10 losses

      Aaron Sanchez (3-10) took the loss Monday as the Toronto Blue Jays were downed 10-8 by the Yankees, surrendering seven runs on nine hits and three walks over 5.1 innings while striking out four.The right-hander looked good early, holding the Yankees off the board entirely for the first four innings, but he wilted late, getting tagged for three runs in the fifth and four more in the sixth as part of a seven-run explosion that put the game out of a reach despite a late rally from Toronto. Sanchez now has the dubious distinction of being the first pitcher in the majors to lose 10 games this season, and he'll carry a 5.89 ERA and 69:48 K:BB through 84 innings into his next start Saturday, at home against the Royals.

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      Blue Jays' Aaron Sanchez: Another poor performance

      Aaron Sanchez (3-9) allowed seven runs (six earned) on nine hits and two walks while striking out none across 3.2 innings to take the loss Wednesday against the Angels.Sanchez survived the first frame after allowing two baserunners, but he subsequently surrendered two home runs to Mike Trout to doom his outing. While getting beaten by Trout isn't all that alarming, Sanchez has flashed very little skill through 78.2 innings this season, generating a 5.2 BB/9 and 1.4 HR/9. As a result, he's earned a 5.49 ERA and 1.67 WHIP. His next start won't get any easier, as he'll travel to New York to face the Yankees on Monday.

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      Blue Jays' Aaron Sanchez: Ambushed by Astros

      Aaron Sanchez (3-8) took the loss Friday, surrendering eight runs on six hits and three walks while striking out four over three innings in a 15-2 rout at the hands of the Astros.The right-hander walked the first two batters he faced on the night, but given what happened once he did start finding the strike zone, Sanchez might have been better off continuing to nibble. He'll carry a 5.04 ERA and 65:43 K:BB through 75 innings into his next start Wednesday, at home against the Angels.

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      Blue Jays' Aaron Sanchez: Knocked around by Diamondbacks

      Aaron Sanchez (3-7) took the loss Saturday against Arizona after allowing five runs on six hits and four walks in six innings. He struck out just three batters.Most of the Diamondbacks' damage was done in a three-run third inning in which the first four batters all recorded hits. Sanchez has now allowed nine runs in 12 innings with a 5:7 K:BB over his last two starts, raising his ERA to 4.25. He'll face a tough opponent in his next time out Friday in Houston.

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      Blue Jays' Aaron Sanchez: Takes loss in shaky start

      Aaron Sanchez (3-6) allowed four runs on seven hits and three walks Sunday, taking the loss against Colorado. He struck out two batters in six innings of work.Sanchez was spotted a 1-0 lead before he even stepped on the mound but gave up a run in each of the first three innings. At the end of April, the 26-year-old righty was sporting a 2.32 ERA but has since seen it swell up to 3.95 while battling some finger issues. His 58:36 K:BB across 66 frames is also lackluster. Still in search of his first win since April, Sanchez will face Arizona at home Saturday,

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      Blue Jays' Aaron Sanchez: Good to go for Sunday's start

      Aaron Sanchez (finger) will make his scheduled start Sunday against the Rockies, Shi Davidi of Sportsnet.ca reports.Sanchez has endured multiple finger-related injuries both this season and in the previous two campaigns, but his latest setback won't force him to miss a start. After exiting his May 27 turn early due to a torn fingernail, Sanchez apparently assuaged any concern the Toronto Blue Jays had about his health by completing a bullpen session Friday without incident. There's always a possibility that the finger presents problems that force another early departure Sunday, but he'll enter the contest with no specific restrictions.

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      Blue Jays' Aaron Sanchez: Remains on track for Sunday's start

      Aaron Sanchez (finger) threw a successful bullpen session Friday and is expected to start Sunday's game against the Rockies, Shi Davidi of Sportsnet.ca reports.This is positive news for the right-hander, who was forced to depart his last outing after tearing his fingernail. He was able to prove his health Friday and will now prepare for his upcoming start.

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      Blue Jays' Aaron Sanchez: Not expecting long absence

      Aaron Sanchez does not expect to require a trip to the injured list after tearing his fingernail Monday, Shi Davidi of Sportsnet.ca reports.Sanchez was forced to exit after just three innings of work Monday against the Rays. He's already endured three finger-related injuries this season, but this latest one is reportedly the least severe. His next start lines up to come Sunday in Coors Field.

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      Blue Jays' Aaron Sanchez: Leaves with torn fingernail

      Aaron Sanchez left his start Monday against the Rays with a torn right middle fingernail.Sanchez's career has been slowed by finger issues for the last three seasons, as he's dealt with both blister and fingernail problems. This is the second time fingernail issues have come up for him this season, and he's also dealt with yet another blister in mid-May. It's unclear if the injury will be serious enough for him to miss his next start.

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      Blue Jays' Aaron Sanchez: Leaves start early

      Aaron Sanchez left his start Monday against the Rays after just three innings for undisclosed reasons, Mike Wilner of Sportsnet 590 The Fan reports.Sanchez has battled repeated blister issues, which may be the most likely explanation. The Toronto Blue Jays have also been dealing with an illness making the rounds lately, which could be another possible reason. His performance wasn't great, as he'd allowed six hits and two walks in three innings, but he'd given up just a single run.