Jays beat Pirates, 6-3

Charles LeClaire-US PRESSWIRE

Jonathan Sanchez allowed three runs in the first inning and four in 4.2 innings overall, but did at least strike out six while walking just one. And Tony Watson (whose status looked so uncertain just a week ago) threw another scoreless inning, so the news wasn't all bad. But Sanchez (EDIT: and the Bucs' defense, as some in the comments point out) put the Pirates in an early hole, and they lost 6-3.

Offensively, the Pirates managed just six hits, two of which were doubles. I feel like I type that sentence a lot, but hey, it's spring training, and we have bigger things to be annoyed about.

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