Toronto, which also won 11 in a row in June, became the first team to post two winning streaks of at least 11 games in a season since Cleveland in 1954.
The Toronto Blue Jays thought they would be facing Oakland Athletics ace Sonny Gray on Thursday.
When the Toronto Blue Jays welcome the New York Yankees to town on Friday night, they'll send ace David Price to the mound in search of a franchise-record 12th straight win.
The Blue Jays still have time to change the perceptions that they were hustled in the trade that netted them R.A. Dickey.
The birds are chirping and it's a beautiful day to read the news! Speaking of news and birds, the Blue Jays are now division leaders. In other news (sans birds): a massive reptile rescue hits a Toronto home, and an Uber crackdown is under way. Show More Summary
If you want your team to be like the Blue Jays, here are three nonsensical steps to follow. The Blue Jays are the new favorites to win the World Series, according to Bovada. I remember the trade deadline like it was two weeks ago. The...Show More Summary
Sonny Gray is having his best season as a professional, but the Oakland Athletics star will have to put it on hold, at least temporarily, as he will miss Thursday's start. Continue for updates. Gray Out vs. Blue Jays with Back Spasms Thursday, Aug. Show More Summary
Fact: The Toronto Blue Jays are the 1st AL team to have multiple 10-game winning streaks in the same season since the 1977 Kansas City Royals. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: MLB Stat of the Day Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
NEW YORK — David Price has pitched in 10 playoff games and a World Series over a seven-year major league career that includes a Cy Young Award and five all-star game appearances, but never, he declared, did he perform in an atmosphere like the spectacle at Rogers Centre on Aug. 3.Read full article >>
Perspective? The Yankees trailed the Red Sox by an identical 8 games on the same date back in the famous 1978 season.
After winning their 10th straight game, the Toronto Blue Jays are a first-place team.
That can go wrong pretty easily, but Rizzo nailed it. On Tuesday, Blue Jays catcher Russell Martin climbed the dugout rail as he attempted to make a catch in foul territory. The only problem was he overshot it, and the ball actuallyShow More Summary
Watch out, Russell Martin. Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo is making a strong run at the "Most Ridiculous Catch of the Year" award. One day after the Toronto Blue Jays catcher attempted to make a crazy catch on the dugout railing, Rizzo made a ridiculous snag of his own. Show More Summary
Last night, the Blue Jays, Rays, Marlins, Mets, Indians, Cubs, Royals, White Sox, Twins, Cardinals, Diamondbacks, Mariners, Padres, Dodgers, and Giants all won. This may seem like a random and not-at-all significant series of baseball victories, but every single one of these teams was playing a home game, which meant that home... More »
The New York Yankees went on a run in July, taking a seven-game lead in the AL East. That was before the Toronto Blue Jays came to town. Now, the Bronx Bombers are down to just a 0.5-game lead in the division, as the Jays ride the wave...Show More Summary
NEW YORK — Troy Tulowitzki looks just fine in blue. He looks comfortable. He looks happy. He looks like he really was just what the Toronto Blue Jays needed. Two weeks on, the trade that rocked this baseball summer looks like the best...Show More Summary
Misha Cirkunov has always been a goal-oriented person. When he first took up judo as a child in Latvia—a practice he continued when he moved to Canada with his parents, even before he learned how to speak English—he knew that he wanted to earn his black belt. Show More Summary
You have to love the way Toronto Blue Jays catcher Russell Martin always gives 110%. However, if you took a poll of Blue Jays fans, I’m sure most would probably say they’d rather he not jump up onto railings and leap into the dugout trying to catch foul balls. That’s what Martin did last night […]
The Blue Jays’ 24-year-old right-hander reported to the team’s training facility in Dunedin, Fla., on Tuesday as he continues his rehab.
Jose Bautista hit a solo home run, Drew Hutchison pitched seven strong innings and the Toronto Blue Jays won their ninth straight game, beating the Oakland Athletics 4-2 on Tuesday night.