Marco Estrada pitched eight efficient innings, Josh Donaldson homered twice among his four hits and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Minnesota Twins 7-2
Josh Donaldson homered and drove in the go-ahead run in the seventh inning with an infield single, sending the Toronto Blue Jays past the Minnesota Twins 4-3
Earlier this season the Toronto Blue Jays gave us one of the most athletic, graceful dives we’ve ever seen. On Monday night, they gave us pretty much the exact opposite. In the bottom of the second inning against the Baltimore Orioles, utility infielder Darwin Barney slashed a line drive into the gap in right center. […]
Tuesday, August 29 Boston Red Sox at Toronto Blue Jays (MLB Network 7 pm) Local RSN Los Angeles Dodgers at Arizona Diamondbacks (MLB Network 10 pm – JIP ) [Alt: Giants at Padres] Wednesday, August 30 Cleveland Indians at New York Yankees...Show More Summary
Bartolo Colon wins again as Minnesota Twins top Toronto Blue Jays 6-1
The Toronto Blue Jays beat the Tampa Bay Rays 5-3 on Thursday thanks to a go-ahead home run by first baseman Justin Smoak in the eighth inning. If you were watching the game’s broadcast on Sportsnet, however, you might have thought that reporter Hazel Mae, not Smoak, was the game’s hero. Show More Summary
Bill sends us a link from MLB.COM in regards to the Toronto Blue Jays new pitcher, Chris Rowley, who became the first West Point graduate to pitch for Major League Baseball last night. Rowley became the first graduate of United States Military Academy to pitch in the Major Leagues when he debuted Saturday afternoon at […]
Chris Rowley pitched 5 1/3 innings to win his major league debut, Jose Bautista scored two runs and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Pirates.
U.S. ARMY VET PITCHING IN THE BIG LEAGUES: Chris Rowley made his debut last night with the Toronto Blue Jays. According to MLB.com, he’s the first West Point grad to pitch in the major leagues.
Todd Frazier homered and had three RBIs, Gary Sanchez and Didi Gregorius also went deep and the New York Yankees overcame a shaky start by Masahiro Tanaka to beat the Toronto Blue Jays 11-5
A reformed con man is closer to recovering the $2 million he lost as a victim of a Ponzi scheme. He borrowed the money from retired Major League Baseball outfielder Shannon Stewart who played for the Toronto Blue Jays, the Minnesota Twins, and the Oakland Athletics. Any recovered funds will be returned to Stewart. Show More Summary
The Rangers traded the Japanese right-hander to the powerhouse Dodgers on Monday, which wasn’t the outcome they expected five years ago when they outbid the Toronto Blue Jays and other teams to get Darvish’s MLB playing rights.
Chicago White Sox lose Yoan Moncada to knee injury, rally past Toronto Blue Jays 7-6
The most heartwarming trade at Monday’s deadline: The Toronto Blue Jays traded reliever Joe Smith to the Cleveland Indians. Smith, who played three years with the Angels, is having a fine season. He'll fortify an already strong Cleveland bullpen as the Indians try to return to the World Series....
Steve Pearce hit his second game-ending grand slam in just four days and Toronto Blue Jays pulled off the biggest ninth-inning comeback in team history, rallying for seven runs to beat the Los Angeles Angels 11-10
TORONTO — Troy Scribner saw his major league debut turn from a loss to win while he sat in the dugout. The Angels scored three runs in the top of the ninth against All-Star closer Roberto Osuna, beating the Toronto Blue Jays 6-5 on Saturday afternoon. Before the rally, Scribner had been on the hook […]
Toronto Blue Jays right-hander Aaron Sanchez has been put on the disabled list for the fourth time this season because of a blister problem. Sanchez was removed from his start against Boston on Wednesday because of a recurrence of a blister on the middle finger of his right hand. The issue has...
The former big league reliever signed my cards in about 3 weeks - in his 18-year playing career, Timlin played for six teams and was part of four World Series championship teams between the Toronto Blue Jays [1992 and 1993] and Boston Red Sox [2004 and 2007].
Monday, July 17 Toronto Blue Jays at Boston Red Sox (ESPN 7 pm) Karl Ravech, Eduardo Perez, Tim Kurkjian Cleveland Indians at San Francisco Giants (MLB Network 12:30 pm) Local RSN [Alt: Padres at Rockies – JIP] Tuesday, July 18 New York...Show More Summary
Carlos Correa homered twice and drove in a career-high five runs as the Houston Astros romped into the All-Star break, battering the Toronto Blue Jays 19-1