The Toronto Blue Jays won another series this past weekend, taking two out of three games against the Baltimore Orioles.
The Jays shut out the Orioles in the first game 2-0. After having a poor start in his first outing of the season, Dustin McGowan bounced back against Baltimore. McGowan pitched 6.1 innings, giving up five hits, no earned runs, a walk, and struck out two batters...
Dustin McGowan has conquered a few obstacles in his career.
Eight trips to the disabled list.
Countless trips to the doctor. Magazines he read in 2011 had reflective stories on the same people and subjects he read about in 2004 waiting for his appointments.
He was rehabbing at the Bobby Mattick Training Facility in Dunedin more often than he was inside the Blue...
The Toronto Blue Jays 2-0 victory over the Baltimore Orioles featured a story-line of perseverance and determination, as pitcher Dustin McGowan entered the win column for the first time since 2008. That isn’t a typo folks, the tall right-hander has been riddled with an assortment of injuries decimating his career for the past five years. The fact that McGowan is still pitching...
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Dustin McGowan pitched 6 1/3 solid innings and the formidable bullpen took care of the rest as the Blue Jays defeated the Orioles 2-0 in Baltimore on Friday evening.
Both Jays runs were the result of a three error fourth inning by the Orioles. Losing pitcher Charles Tillman had a solid outing, giving up only three hits and zero earned runs. Jays set...
BALTIMORE (AP) Dustin McGowan allowed five hits over 6 1-3 innings to earn his first win since 2008, and the Toronto Blue Jays used two unearned runs to beat Chris Tillman and the Baltimore Orioles 2-0 Friday night.
If it was a horse race, they’d be holding an inquiry.
Rounding the final turn and heading into the stretch, Dustin McGowan has come from way off the pace to take the lead in the race for the rotation at 100-1 odds.
Those that would have bet on McGowan at the start of spring training are few, but right now, he is the even-money favourite to land the final rotation spot.
DUNEDIN, Fla. (AP) Drew Hutchison and Dustin McGowan have won spots in the Toronto Blue Jays rotation.
Toronto Blue Jays' pitcher Dustin McGowan, who injured his oblique on July 29th against the Oakland As' and was put on the DL August 1, has yet to begin a throwing program during his rehab.
As reported by Evan Peaslee of MLB.com, manager John Gibbons said that although McGowan has yet to throw, he was "close" to throwing. The problem with the sensitivity...
It’s fair to say that Dustin McGowan is due a bit of good fortune but it remains to be seen as to whether the 31-year old can break back into the Toronto Blue Jays’ pitching rotation this season.
The former first-round pick is back from his latest injury setback and he has started pitching again in the hope of earning a chance for the Jays this season as long reliever.
Right-hander Dustin McGowan and the Toronto Blue Jays have agreed to a $4.1 million, three-year contract that adds an additional two seasons and $3.5 million to the deal he reached in December.
Under the deal announced Monday, McGowan keeps the $600,000 salary for this year from his previous contract, and salaries of $1.5 million annually are added for 2013 and 2014. Toronto has...
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March 26, 2012