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Blue Jays snap losing streak but it still won't be a September to remember
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Five reasons to keep watching the Blue Jays down the stretch
Rays sweep away hapless Jays
Botwood native Tracy Woolridge wins world softball title with Ontario team
Tracy Woolridge’s softball story starts like many others who have come before him — he was chasing his older brothers. His mother will tell you he started playing as a three-year-old with the five-year-olds because there he would ...
Bichette stars in hometown again but Blue Jays drop fourth straight
ST. PETERSBURG — It seems there’s no place like home for Bo Bichette, even if he won’t play along. Playing in front of his parents and at least a few friends not far from where he played high school ball, Toronto’s ...
Armed and unsteady: An adventurous season for Blue Jays pitching
ATLANTA — Sometime over the four-game series down the road in Tampa, the Blue Jays will make history once again. And not necessarily of the positive variety. Should pitcher Anthony Kay, who came to the team in the deal that sent Marcus ...
Blue Jays first-rounder T.J. Zeuch solid in defeat in big-league debut
ATLANTA — The young bats have been up and booming for a while now, a tantalizing glimpse at the promising Blue Jays future. And on a steamy Georgia Tuesday evening, the next big step in the team’s dramatic overhaul was on ...
Young Jays pitchers could learn from "absolute animal" Verlander and his no-hit magic
ATLANTA — On any given day of this trying Blue Jays season, Pete Walker can be alternately the busiest and most focused man in his team’s dugout. But the deeper Houston Astros starter Justin Verlander went toward history on Sunday ...
Blue Jays thrive on a West Coast welcome to Canada and pro baseball
VANCOUVER, B.C. — The tall pines in right field frame the scene, the comfortable seating in historic Scotiabank Field at Nat Bailey Stadium provides the view, while a pint from the Whistler Brewing Company accentuates the experience. And on ...
Jays' Waguespack tagged in 9-4 loss to Braves
While most agree Jacob Waguespack is one of the surprising feel-good tales of Toronto’s season, Wednesday night was a three-inning short story. “From the beginning, he wasn’t sharp, not himself today,” Blue Jays manager ...
Donaldson's return to Rogers Centre spoiled as Jays upset Braves
Josh Donaldson’s career as a Blue Jay, as relatively brief as it was, was chock-full of highlights. Not so much in his first return as a member of the opposition on Tuesday night at Rogers Centre, as the Atlanta Braves third baseman had a ...
Another day, another multi-hit game for Bichette as Jays fall to Mariners
SEATTLE — Bo Bichette has always believed he could hit in the big leagues and for the last year or more hasn’t been shy to articulate that point rather emphatically. But 26 games into his career and matching feats of all-time greats ...
Blue Jays implode in the ninth as brilliant Waguespack effort wasted in loss to Dodgers
LOS ANGELES — Out of the Dodgers dugout here at Chavez Ravine on Thursday night, manager Dave Roberts fielded one of the deepest lineups in baseball. Out of the visitors dugout, Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo handed in a lineup card in ...