Source: Arden Zwelling,, June 24, 2019 

NEW YORK — Usually, when you see a Toronto Blue Jays trainer walking out to the mound during an Aaron Sanchez start, it’s to do with his hand. A blister, a broken nail, something related to the finger tendon issues he’s battled in recent seasons. But this time, as assistant athletic trainer Jose Ministral emerged from the dugout with a towel over his shoulder and Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo by his side, it wasn’t Sanchez’s hand at all. It was his leg.

Sanchez was through four and cruising right along with a two-run lead. He’d allowed only two hits and three walks, while striking out four.

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