Back-up catcher Lou Marson didn't start against left-hander Jo-Jo Reyes on Monday as Carlos Santana returned behind the plate, and is unlikely to be in there against Morrow -- Marson is 1-for-32 (.031) against right-handed pitching this season. Shelley Duncan accounted for the Indians' lone run in Monday's loss by powering a monstrous home run as the starting DH, meaning he couldn't perform his true specialty -- Duncan is 4-for-5 with seven RBIs as a pinch-hitter. Blue Jays: The collar finds Corey
Corey Patterson went hitless Monday night, off his 11-for-19 series against Chicago pitching. Worth noting
When Edwin Encarnacion launched his long overdue first home run of the season Sunday, he did it using one of the bats of, all people, left-handed pitcher Ricky Romero. Romero had recently gotten a fresh shipment of bats in preparation for the resumption of Interleague Play next month.