The Toronto Blue Jays have been successful of late, but the same can't be said for J.A. Happ.
The left-hander will try again to snap out of his slump Saturday night while helping the Blue Jays add to their dominance over the Minnesota Twins.
Toronto (65-76) held off Minnesota 6-5 in Friday's series opener for its eighth win in 11 games and fourth in five road contests. The Blue Jays have won 33 of 43 over the Twins (61-78) and 15 of the last 19 road games in the series.
Happ (3-5, 5.54 ERA) will try to deliver another win while snapping a three-game skid. He has a 7.71 ERA in his last three starts after going 1-0 with a 4.96 ERA in his first three back from the disabled list.
Happ suffered a fractured skull and a sprained knee May 7 when he was hit in the head by a line drive in Tampa Bay.
"You guys are probably sick of me saying it's frustrating. It's frustrating for everybody," Happ said.
Happ hasn't pitched past the fifth inning in each of his last two starts, and he gave u...