Amanda's album - Pirates vs. Jays - March 18

 Left-hander J.A. Happ started and pitched six strong innings, allowing only one run on four hits, in the Toronto Blue Jays' 5-2 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates at Dunedin Stadium on Sunday. Photo Credit: Amanda Fewer

Left-hander J.A. Happ started and pitched six strong innings, allowing only one run on four hits, in the Toronto Blue Jays' 5-2 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates at Dunedin Stadium on Sunday. Photo Credit: Amanda Fewer

By Amanda Fewer

Canadian Baseball Network

The Toronto Blue Jays defeated a split-squad Pittsburgh Pirates team 5-2 on Sunday in Grapefruit League action at Dunedin Stadium.

Blue Jays starter J.A. Happ held the Pirates to one run on four hits with five strikeouts in six innings, while first baseman Justin Smoak clubbed a two-run home run in the seventh inning off former Blue Jays' draft pick John Stilson.

Here are some photos from Sunday at Dunedin Stadium:

 The switch-hitting Smoak batted from both slides in Sunday's contest. His two-run home run would come batting from left-side in the seventh inning.

The switch-hitting Smoak batted from both slides in Sunday's contest. His two-run home run would come batting from left-side in the seventh inning.

 Second baseman Devon Travis blows a bubble as he prepares to swing. He batted leadoff and went 1-for-3.

Second baseman Devon Travis blows a bubble as he prepares to swing. He batted leadoff and went 1-for-3.

 Josh Donaldson batted third and went 0-for-2.

Josh Donaldson batted third and went 0-for-2.

 Donaldson manned third base for the Blue Jays.

Donaldson manned third base for the Blue Jays.

 Centre fielder Kevin Pillar went 0-for-2, but at the end of the game, his spring batting average was still .471.

Centre fielder Kevin Pillar went 0-for-2, but at the end of the game, his spring batting average was still .471.

 Prospect Jonathan Davis started in right field and went 1-for-3 with a double and a run.

Prospect Jonathan Davis started in right field and went 1-for-3 with a double and a run.

Amanda Fewer

Born in Ottawa, ON and growing up with military parents, my childhood was filled with new cities all of the time, stretching from one side of Canada to the other. 

I took to sports at a young age, primarily Tae Kwon Do. I loved the competitiveness of it and by age 13 won my first North American and Canadian Championship title.

I moved out West after I was done my schooling, where I obtained a Diploma as an Automotive Technician.  I loved the amazing landscapes Alberta offered me, where I could pursue my passion of photography.  It wasn't until 2013, when I realized what I really wanted to be taking pictures of, after I travelled to Phoenix to watch Team Canada in the WBC. I was hooked on sports photography, and baseball, right then and there.  I currently live in Calgary, AB and spend my summers shooting the WMBL Okotoks Dawgs.