Young Blue Jay starters hope winning is contagious

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    "Despite the fact that the Jays' resilient and power-based offence came from behind two times in Tuesday's 8-5 win over the Indians, the story was still the team's starting pitching, with left-hander Ricky Romero (3-1) giving up five runs, yet grinding through six innings for the win.

    "He didn't have his good stuff, but good enough to keep us in the ballgame," manager Cito Gaston said. "Ricky's a battler."

    Romero rode the momentum of two great outings in a row by his fellow starters Shaun Marcum and Brett Cecil into Tuesday's game. On the heels of that inspiring wave of success, he cut through the Tribe's order first-time around as if wanting to prove quality pitching is contagious. "

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