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Blue Jays | Rajai Davis gets rare start
Thu, 11 Apr 2013 17:28:09 -0700

Toronto Blue Jays OF Rajai Davis received a rare start versus a right-handed pitcher Thursday, April 11, as he's mostly being used only against lefties this year. Davis had good success against Detroit Tigers SP Doug Fister, and it was an opportunity to put OF Jose Bautista in the designated hitter role to rest him. Davis had a stolen base and a single in Thursday's game, and he entered the game hitting .259 against righties and .289 against left-handers.

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