It looked like a sure out. Chris Coghlan of the Toronto Blue Jays was heading for home, but a throw from the outfield to St. Louis catcher Yadier Molina got there first. Coghlan's solution? He dove over the catcher and executed a mid-air somersault onto home plate. See the video...
When you're rounding third toward a catcher waiting for you at home plate, your options are limited. You can plow into the catcher and attempt to knock the ball free, risking injury, or you can be tagged out. Toronto Blue Jays ChrisShow More Summary
St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina took the throw from the outfield and was waiting for Toronto Blue Jays pinch hitter Chris Coghlan. So was everyone else who, like Molina, was bracing for a seismic collision. But, as he rounded third in the seventh inning, Coghlan saw a crouching Molina and decided that, when he […]
Toronto’s Chris Coghlan went full-on Blue Jay during Tuesday’s game against the St. Louis Cardinals. In the seventh inning, as Coghlan ran toward home base, Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina blocked the plate and attempted to tag him out. Show More Summary
While most players elect to go through a cathcer, or slide by a catcher, Chris Coghlan decided to go over the catcher. The Toronto Blue Jays were in St. Louis taking on the Cardinals when Coghlan did everything in his power to add to the team’s lead by going full superman over the Cardinals catcher […]
ANAHEIM — The Angels can wait for the offense as long as they can pitch like this. The Angels squeaked out a 2-1 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday night, the first time this season the Angels won a game without scoring at least four runs. Jesse Chavez pitched six strong innings and […]
ANAHEIM — And then there are nights like Saturday, when it all seems so effortless, so simple. One big swing. One long string of superb pitches. That’s what the Angels needed to take a 5-4 victory from the Toronto Blue Jays at Angel Stadium. Effortless and simple are not two words associated with the Angels’ […]
Jose Bautista hit a three-run homer in the 13th inning, Joe Biagini escaped a bases-loaded jam in the bottom of the inning and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Los Angeles Angels 8-7
Two disappointing teams kept pushing and pulling Friday, trying to find some way to make sense of a game that seemed determined not to end. Finally it was the Toronto Blue Jays, a team that had begun their season with the worst start in club history (3-12) and the worst start for any team that...
ANAHEIM — For an Angels team that placed one relief pitcher on the disabled list when the day began, a 13-inning game was not what the doctor ordered. They didn’t even win. Jose Bautista’s three-run home run off Jesse Chavez was the crushing blow in the Toronto Blue Jays’ 8-7 victory late Friday night at […]
Former Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale pitched yet another great game today. With his four-seamer and slider in especially nasty form, he put the golden sombrero on José Bautista and struck out 13 Toronto Blue Jays in total over eight scoreless innings in a 4-1 win for the Boston Red Sox. Sale now has an 0.91 ERA,… Read more...
The Toronto Blue Jays are 2-10. That’s not good. Let’s see if they’ve already lost their shot at the postseason. The Toronto Blue Jays are 2-10. That seems bad. Is that bad? That’s probably bad. For context, the horrible Astros teams of recent vintage never started 2-10. Show More Summary
Monday, April 17 Tampa Bay Rays at Boston Red Sox (MLBN 11 am) Local Broadcast Pittsburgh Pirates at St. Louis Cardinals (ESPN 7 pm) Dave Flemming, Eduardo Perez, Dallas Braden Tuesday, April 18 Boston Red Sox at Toronto Blue Jays (MLBN...Show More Summary
The Toronto Blue Jays have put slugging third baseman Josh Donaldson on the 10-day disabled list because of a sore right calf. Donaldson left Thursday's loss to Baltimore in the sixth inning after hobbling into second base on an RBI double, the lone run in a 2-1 defeat. Toronto has lost six straight...
In the world of professional sports, the Toronto Blue Jays of the MLB, and the Toronto Raptors of the NBA proudly embrace the city they represent with the rallying cry: “ We The North.” And in the entertainment industry, Drake is putting...Show More Summary
And continue to judge cities that are not Toronto. Last year, to mark the 2016 home opener of the Toronto Blue Jays, Torontoist ranked the walkability of all 30 ballparks in Major League Baseball. As the Toronto Raptors and the Toronto...Show More Summary
The home run factory that is the Baltimore Orioles picked up right where it left off last season in its Opening Day game against the Toronto Blue Jays—the team that beat them in the AL Wild Card game last year. Tied 2-2 in the bottom of the 11th inning with two outs and two strikes, the Orioles’ Mark Trumbo feasted… Read more...
Here's the 25-man roster (plus injured closer Roberto Osuna) for opening day.
The Toronto Blue Jays finalized their roster Sunday, placing closer Roberto Osuna on the 10-day disabled list with a sore neck and releasing outfielder Melvin Upton Jr. Right-hander Dominic Leone was recalled from triple-A to take Osuna's roster spot for Monday's opener at Baltimore, while infielder...
As any baseball fan of the past few years knows, the biggest rivalry in the game right now is between the Texas Rangers and Toronto Blue Jays after Jose Bautista offered a pretty majestic bat flip during the 2015 ALDS that sent baseball purists’ brains spinning. The following season, Rougned Odor gave Bautista the punch heard ’round […]