at Dunedin, Fla.
Wednesday, March 14
Indians at the plate: Cleveland managed six hits against Toronto, but was held scoreless for the first time this spring. Indians second baseman Josh Barfield -- son of former Jays outfielder Jesse Barfield -- led the offense with two singles in four at-bats.
Blue Jays at the plate: The Jays collected seven hits, but scored no runs for the second time in three games. Toronto has just one run in its last three Grapefruit League contests. Third baseman Troy Glaus had two hits, and Aaron Hill, Royce Clayton, Gregg Zaun and Matt Stairs each chipped in hits.
Indians on the mound: Right-hander Adam Miller pitched four shutout innings versus Toronto. He yielded three hits -- all singles -- and had two strikeouts and two walks. Miller threw 65 pitches, including 42 strikes. Lefty Juan Lara chipped in three scoreless frames for Cleveland.
Blue Jays on the mound: Right-hander Tomo Ohka turned in four strong innings for Toronto in his third start of the spring. Ohka threw 39 pitches -- 27 for strikes -- and allowed no runs and two hits over four innings Righty Victor Zambrano also pitched 2 2/3 shutout inning for the Jays.
Grapefruit League records: Indians 9-6-1; Blue Jays 5-8-2.
Up next: Toronto right-hander Josh Towers is scheduled to start against Philadelphia left-hander Cole Hamels when the Blue Jays take on the Phillies at 7:05 p.m. ET on Thursday at Bright House Networks Field in Clearwater, Fla.
Cleveland right-hander Jake Westbrook is slated to take the mound against Tampa Bay righty Jae Seo when the Indians host the Devil Rays at 7:05 p.m. on Thursday at Chain of Lakes Park in Winter Haven, Fla.
Jordan Bastian is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.