Jays' Triple-A squad has most errors in 43 years

SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- The Syracuse Chiefs couldn't catch a break
Sunday night. They couldn't catch anything, actually.

The Toronto Blue Jays' Triple-A affiliate made 10 errors,
matching the most in the International League in 43 years. No
surprise, Syracuse lost to Ottawa 12-10 in 10 innings.

"We're embarrassed. Our players are embarrassed. There's
nothing you can say after a game like this," Syracuse manager Doug
Davis said.

First baseman Chad Mottola made four errors, two on throws. He's
played 51 games in the majors with Toronto, Cincinnati, Florida and
Baltimore -- and never had an error.

Third baseman John Hattig made three mistakes. Left fielder
Adam Lind, center fielder Wayne Lydon and catcher David Corrente each
had one error.

Despite all the fielding troubles, the 10 errors led to only two
unearned runs.

The errors were the most in the IL since Rochester made 10 on
May 11, 1964.