The Colorado Rockies and Toronto Blue Jays have swapped star shortstops.
Colorado’s franchise player, who was in his 10th season with the Rockies, is heading to Toronto, with reliever LaTroy Hawkins, for Reyes and three young pitchers.
The Colorado Rockies are reportedly now focused on trading outfielder Carlos Gonzalez ahead of this week's deadline after previously agreeing on a deal to send Troy Tulowitzki to the Toronto Blue Jays. Continue for updates. GonzalezShow More Summary
According to numerous reports, the Colorado Rockies have traded star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki to the Toronto Blue Jays. Ken Rosenthal reports LaTroy Hawkins is also going to the Blue Jays, while Jose Reyes and prospects will be heading back to the Rockies. Read more...
It was shaping up to be a quiet Monday evening in the baseball world. There was some decent drama between the lines, but nothing major. Likewise, no momentous trades were on the horizon. That is, not until the Toronto Blue Jays brewed up a gigantic, fire-breathing monster of a deal. Show More Summary
The Colorado Rockies will be looking for a new face of the franchise. After nine-plus years with the team, shortstop Troy Tulowitzki was traded to the Toronto Blue Jays early Tuesday morning. The Blue Jays announced the deal later in...Show More Summary
The Toronto Blue Jays have scored the most runs in baseball this year and made their offense better by trading for Troy Tulowitzki of the Rockies.Tulowitzki has been the best shortstop in baseball over the past few years, and is currently hitting.300 with 12 home runs, 53 RBI, with an OPS of.818. Show More Summary
The Toronto Blue Jays, who have scored more runs than any team in baseball, on Tuesday added the most intriguing hitter available in the trade market, acquiring slugging shortstop Troy Tulowitzki from the Colorado Rockies, a person with direct knowledge of the deal confirmed — simultaneously changing the course for two franchises.Read full article >>
Toronto already had baseball’s most productive lineup before Monday night’s move.
The first huge move before MLB’s trade deadline was revealed just after midnight Monday evening, and it was a stunner: The Blue Jays acquired Troy Tulowitzki from the Rockies. Recent reports had indicated that Colorado was disinclined to move the five-time all-star shortstop, and hitting-rich Toronto was expected to go after pitching help. The Blue Jays may […]
In perhaps the biggest trade that could have been made at this year’s Major League Baseball non-waiver trade deadline, the Toronto Blue Jays have acquired shortstop Troy Tulowitzki, according to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports. BREAKING: Tulo traded to #BlueJays. Show More Summary
Tulowitzki joins a Blue Jays team that hopes to contend in the 2015 postseason. In a shocking move just after midnight on Tuesday morning, the Colorado Rockies traded shortstop Troy Tulowitzki to the Toronto Blue Jays, according to FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal. Show More Summary
This 3-6-2 triple play that was executed by the Seattle Mariners during Sunday’s 6-5 win over the Toronto Blue Jays on Sunday was a mixture of all sorts of ugliness, from mental errors to inexplicably tripping over one’s own feet. Ladies and gentlemen, this is not how you play baseball: Your browser does not support […]
The Seattle Mariners turned the first 3-6-2 triple play since 1955 Sunday against the Blue Jays, and it was weird. (...)
Franklin Gutierrez homered with one out in the bottom of the 10th inning Sunday to give Seattle a 6-5 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays, a game the Mariners kept close with the aid of a triple play.
In the top of the fourth inning of Sunday's game, the Toronto Blue Jays looked like they were in position to extend their lead over the Seattle Mariners. Instead, they found themselves involved in one of the most bizarre triple plays in MLB history. Show More Summary
Not sure anyone has ever seen a triple play like this one. Your browser does not support iframes. The first out is clear. Ryan Goins grounded out to first. The second and third out, not so much. Because Ezequiel Carrera was on third base before Kevin Pillar, he has a right to the base. Show More Summary
The Mariners did something that hasn’t been done in 60 years.
You want to see a 3-6-2 triple play? Here’s one, courtesy of some putrid baserunning by the Toronto Blue Jays. How rare is this play? The last time it happened was in 1955, according to SABR. Read more...
Seattle Mariners news from Saturday (July 25) was primed to be really good. Right up until Fernando Rodney entered the game. From that point, it was all downhill for the Mariners, as the team lost 8-6 to the Toronto Blue Jays. With the...Show More Summary