The Toronto Blue Jays need one victory for their longest winning streak of the season and a healthy Brandon Morrow could help them achieve it.
Morrow will try to lead the Blue Jays to a fifth consecutive win while earning his fourth in as many starts against his former team, the Seattle Mariners, on Tuesday night.
Toronto (64-75) hasn't taken five in a row since July 8-15, 2011, but is in position to match that streak following a three-game sweep in Boston over the weekend. Omar Vizquel drove in a pair of runs in a 4-3 victory Sunday, including the go-ahead one on a sacrifice fly in the ninth.
Morrow (8-5, 2.94 ERA) will try to deliver another win while building on a pair of solid outings. He's given up a combined three runs in those games while pitching at least six innings in each.
The right-hander allowed two runs and three hits over six in a 6-4 victory over Baltimore on Wednesday, though he didn't get the decision. It was the second time he faced the Orioles in three games ...