Returning to the Toronto Blue Jays for a one day contract, Roy Halladay officially announced his retirement today from the world of Baseball. “Doc” called it a career at the age of 36, where he won two Cy Young Awards, one with Toronto in 2003 and the second with Philadelphia in 2010. Show More Summary
The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame has added five members to its institution in their Class of 2013, and much like previous years, the high profile members are former members of the Toronto Blue Jays and Montreal Expos. The headlining entrant is Tim Raines, who spent his best years with the Montreal Expos. Show More Summary
We would like to congratulate Tom Cheek for entering the Baseball Hall of Fame posthumously for his work as the Toronto Blue Jays play by play announcer on radio. Cheek called the first 4,306 regular season game for Toronto and has the...Show More Summary
Edwin Encarnacion and Ryan Goins homered, Aaron Sanchez won for the first time in three starts and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Seattle Mariners 8-2 on Sunday, avoiding a three-game sweep.
Kyle Seager homered, James Paxton earned his first road win of the season and the Seattle Mariners beat the Toronto Blue Jays 3-2 on Saturday.
Nelson Cruz hit his big league-leading 17th home run, Felix Hernandez became the first seven-game winner in the majors and the Seattle Mariners beat the Toronto Blue Jays 4-3 on Friday night.
R.A. Dickey snapped a two-start losing streak with a complete game, Edwin Encarnacion hit a three-run home run and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Los Angeles Angels 8-4 on Thursday night.
The inside of Albert Pujols’ left hand was still too sore and swollen to properly grip and swing a bat Thursday, and the Angels slugger was not in the lineup for the series finale against the Toronto Blue Jays in the Rogers Centre.
Angels 4, Toronto 3
Marc Krauss wasn't offended. He knows any team in the same position would have done exactly what the Toronto Blue Jays did in the seventh inning Wednesday night.
Marc Krauss hit a go-ahead two-run double in the seventh inning and the Los Angeles Angels rallied to beat the Toronto Blue Jays 4-3 on Wednesday night, their seventh win in nine games.
Los Angeles Angels first baseman Albert Pujols was forced to leave the team's May 20 game against the Toronto Blue Jays with a wrist injury. Continue for updates. Pujols Exits With Wrist Injury Wednesday, May 20 After being hit by aShow More Summary
With the Toronto Blue Jays starting rotation currently in last place in the major leagues in ERA, the team desperately needs a top pitching prospect like Jeff Hoffman to move through the minor leagues quickly and reach the majors within...Show More Summary
David Freese drove in the go-ahead run with a sacrifice fly in the eighth inning, and the Los Angeles Angels beat the Toronto Blue Jays 3-2 on Tuesday night for their sixth victory in eight games.
Toronto Blue Jays top prospect Jeff Hoffman is set to make his professional baseball debut on May 20 with the Class A Advanced Dunedin Blue Jays. With a fastball that topped out at 99-100 mph and an above average curveball, Hoffman was being touted as one of the top pitchers heading into the 2014 MLB draft. Show More Summary
Los Angeles Angels outfielder Matt Joyce has had a terrible start to 2015, and his season got even worse on Monday with an embarrassing gaffe. Joyce thought the Angels' day game on Monday against the Toronto Blue Jays was a night game,...Show More Summary
Matt Joyce fessed up as to the real reason he was scratched from Monday’s lineup against the Toronto Blue Jays: The Angels left fielder thought it was a night game in the Rogers Centre and did not arrive for the 1 p.m. EDT game until the middle of batting practice.
Let’s just cut right to the chase, here. On Monday afternoon in Toronto, Blue Jays third-baseman Josh Donaldson told Angels pitching coach Mike Butcher to suck his you-know-what. We don’t have audio of the remark, but we do have video. And you don’t need to be a lip-reading expert to see that’s exactly what he […]
Jose Bautista homered and drove in three runs as the Toronto Blue Jays ended a five-game slide, beating the visiting Angels, 10-6.
There was plenty of action Monday on the plush new carpet of Rogers Centre, where a sluggish Angels offense stirred to life but a usually stout pitching staff was shaken, giving up more runs in a 10-6 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays than it did in the previous six games combined.