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National Post Jun 5, 2015
Giving Toronto Blue Jays’ Mark Buehrle his due: Dependable, fun-to-watch veteran showing fans something special this year

Giving Toronto Blue Jays’ Mark Buehrle his due: Dependable, fun-to-watch veteran showing fans something special this year

Wth free agency on the horizon, and rumours this could be his final season, it's easy to get wistful
National Post Jun 3, 2015
Toronto Blue Jays starter Mark Buehrle tosses complete-game shutout in win over Washington Nationals

Toronto Blue Jays starter Mark Buehrle tosses complete-game shutout in win over Washington Nationals

Buehrle (7-4) worked fast and effectively against the NL East leaders, needing only 93 pitches for his first shutout since 2013
Washington Post Jun 3, 2015

Buehrle, Blue Jays keep Nationals at bay, 8-0

The state of the Washington Nationals rotation had come to this: Taylor Jordan, starting for the first time in more than a year, laboring into the sixth inning at Nationals Park on Wednesday night, giving up seven runs on 100 pitches in an eventual 8-0 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays.Read full article >>
Toronto Star Jun 3, 2015
Mark Buehrle throws complete-game shutout, leads Blue Jays over Nationals

Mark Buehrle throws complete-game shutout, leads Blue Jays over Nationals

Veteran lefty barely broke a sweat as he held the first-place Nationals to six scattered hits in his 93-pitch, complete-game shutout.
Toronto Sun Jun 3, 2015
Jays’ Buehrle throws second consecutive complete-game shutout

Jays’ Buehrle throws second consecutive complete-game shutout

Mark Buehrle tossed his second consecutive complete game and the Blue Jays’ offence provided him his usual embarrassment of riches in a 8-0 whitewash of the Washington Nationals Wednesday night.
CSN Washington Jun 3, 2015

Buehrle pitches complete game shutout, downs Nationals 8-0

The Nationals hitters struggled all night against Mark Buehrle, who pitched a complete game shutout. Toronto had no such difficulty against Nats starter Taylor Jordan.

Blue Jays 8, Nats 0: Buehrle cruises, Jordan roughed up

GAME IN A NUTSHELL: Needing a win to avoid their second straight series loss, the Nationals turned to Taylor Jordan, filling in for the injured Stephen Strasburg, and hoped for the best. They didn’t get anything close to the young right-hander’s best, though, and with Mark Buehrle in peak form for the Blue Jays, they…
Washington Post Jun 3, 2015

Nats Journal: Nationals-Blue Jays discussion thread: Game 53

Starting in place of injured Stephen Strasburg, Taylor Jordan (0-1, 5.70 ERA) makes his first start of the season. After a good stint in the majors in 2013, Jordan struggled briefly in 2014 and dealt with injuries last season, including to his elbow. He is healthy now and had a 2.14 ERA in seven starts at Class AAA Syracuse before now. The Nationals face Mark Buehrle (6-4, 4.97 ERA). The lineups are here. As always, talk about the game below.Read full article >>

Twinsights: Bunting on Mark Buehrle wasn't a bad idea

Even though Mark Buehrle has given up just one bunt single since the start of 2014, Twins manager Paul Molitor had no issue with Torii Hunter bunting into the last out of Friday’s 6-4 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays. “I didn’t have any problem with that at all,” Molitor said. “I thought it was actually a pretty good idea.” Third baseman Josh Donaldson was playing at normal depth, but Buehrle pounced off the mound and fielded Hunter’s bunt in that direction to throw him out with ease. With that play, Buehrle completed a six-hit complete-game victory, the 29th time […] The post...

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