"Just give him the Gold Glove now." That was the announcer's reaction to Kevin Pillar's amazing catch in left field on Friday night. In the sixth inning of the Atlanta Braves vs. Toronto Blue Jays game, Pillar sprinted toward the infield chasing after a Freddie Freeman flare. The Blue Jays outfielder laid out for a spectacular grab. [MLB] Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
Shortstop Jose Reyes may have to go on the disabled list to rest a cracked rib, after being removed from Thursday’s game in obvious pain.
Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Jose Reyes will not play in Friday’s game against the Atlanta Braves after leaving Thursday’s contest against the Tampa Bay Rays with an oblique injury. Continue for updates. Reyes Will Miss Friday's GameShow More Summary
Chris Archer struck out 11 in seven shutout innings, pinch-hitter Tim Beckham had two-run homer in the sixth and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Toronto Blue Jays 4-2 on Thursday night.
Nine games into the 2015 season, the biggest surprise for the Toronto Blue Jays has arguably been the performance of left fielder Kevin Pillar. Hitting in the bottom part of Toronto’s lineup, the 26-year-old Pillar has accumulated an...Show More Summary
Strange hops and slow rollers in Toronto have caught the league’s attention.
An outfielder robbing a home run is one of the most exciting plays in baseball. But Kevin Pillar of the Toronto Blue Jays took the thievery to new heights and he did it while running full speed. In the seventh inning of the Blue Jays'...Show More Summary
The Toronto Blue Jays' Kevin Pillar apparently has the climbing ability of a monkey, judging from this home run rob of the Tampa Bay Rays' Tim Beckham. In the seventh inning of the Blue Jays and Rays' early-season showdown, Pillar scaled the outfield wall with perfect timing to take away Beckham's solo shot. Show More Summary
Jose Bautista and rookies Devon Travis and Dalton Pompey homered to back Mark Buehrle, Kevin Pillar made a leaping catch at the left-field wall to deny a home run and the Toronto Blue Jays beat Tampa Bay 12-7 Wednesday night to stop the Rays' four-game winning streak.
The Toronto Blue Jays opened this season on a brand new artificial turf at the Rogers Centre. Even though the Jays are just two home games into the regular season, there has been a lot of talk from players and coaches about the ball bouncing abnormally on the new surface, and the league has apparently taken notice. Read more...
Desmond Jennings hit a tiebreaking sacrifice fly in the eighth inning, and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Toronto Blue Jays 3-2 Tuesday night for their fourth straight win.
R.A. Dickey lost control of his knuckleball, and it cost the Toronto Blue Jays the lead.
Jake Odorizzi pitched eight impressive innings and the Tampa Bay Rays scored on two bases-loaded walks by R.A. Dickey to beat the Toronto Blue Jays 2-1 Monday night.
The boys of summer welcome the fans back tonight. Star photographers David Cooper, Richard Lautens and reporter Sadiya Ansari will bring you all the excitement from the game.
Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not to miss. Good afternoon, sports fans! It’s the home opener for the Toronto Blue Jays, which means fans can sit in the traditional closed dome, feel awkward about the wave, and root, root for the home team. The Jays […]
Ubaldo Jimenez struck out eight and allowed one single over seven sparkling innings, Jonathan Schoop hit a grand slam and the Baltimore Orioles defeated the Toronto Blue Jays 7-1 Saturday night.
Know when the Blue Jays are playing and where to find them on your TV, with this schedule for the 2015 season.
The Toronto Blue Jays started off the 2015 campaign on a high note by winning their season-opening series against the New York Yankees. Toronto won the first and third games of the three-game series. While it’s obviously way too early...Show More Summary
In his first start in 11 months, C.C. Sabathia was undone by a four-run second inning as the Yankees lost to the Toronto Blue Jays, 6-3.
Alex Rodriguez hit his first home run since serving a yearlong drug suspension, but the Toronto Blue Jays beat the New York Yankees 6-3 Thursday night in the first major league win for eccentric rookie Daniel Norris.