Pannone throws 3rd immaculate inning in Blue Jays history
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Toronto Blue Jays reliever Thomas Pannone recorded the third immaculate inning in franchise history on Sunday against the Tampa Bay Rays.

The 24-year-old carved up the Rays with a nine-pitch, nine-strike top of the fifth.

The left-hander joins Steve Delabar (2013) and Roger Clemens (1997) as the only Blue Jays pitchers to accomplish the feat, according to team statistician Scott Carson. Pannone's immaculate inning is the 94th in major-league history and second this season; Milwaukee's Josh Hader did it on March 30.

Pannone entered the game with a career 7.1 K/9 rate in 52 innings with Toronto.

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