It took Toronto until the eighth inning of their final game in April, but a rally led by Russell Martin and Jose Bautista gave the Blue Jays a 3-1 win over Tampa Bay on Sunday and their first back-to-back wins of the 2017 season.
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The Blue Jays will send Marco Estrada to the mound for the Monday opener against Luis Severino and the Yankees as Toronto looks to build upon its first back-to-back wins of the season to end the month of April. But first-place New York will be no easy foe.
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Gleyber Torres was 0-for-3 in his return from the disabled list on Friday, but the Yankees' top prospect promptly knocked off the rust and put his entire skillset on display Saturday.
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Roberto Osuna was back to his old self on Saturday, picking up his second save of the season to close out a 4-1 Blue Jays' win after a key conversation with catcher Russell Martin.
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The Rays hit three home runs in the top of the eighth inning to rip a victory away from the Blue Jays and complete a dramatic come-from-behind win on Friday night at Rogers Centre.
Francisco Mejia has already piled up plenty of hits for Double-A Akron this season, but it wasn't until Friday night that the Indians' No. 2 prospect entered the home run column, connecting on a solo shot in the ninth inning of the RubberDucks' 6-1 win over Bowie.
Jarrod Saltalamacchia's brief tenure with the Blue Jays has come to an end after the veteran catcher was designated for assignment on Friday afternoon.
The Blue Jays have an important roster decision to make this week, but the choice became pretty clear after Thursday's doubleheader against the Cardinals.
Blue Jays manager John Gibbons admitted there is "concern" about Roberto Osuna after the third-year closer was handed his third blown save in four opportunities on Thursday afternoon.
After stunning the Blue Jays with eight late-inning runs to steal a victory in the first game of Thursday's doubleheader, the Cardinals' offense continued rolling early in the nightcap to build a lead Toronto couldn't fully chip away. St. Louis completed the doubleheader sweep with a 6-4 win to pull back to .500.
With his first career grand slam on Thursday afternoon, Matt Carpenter completed an 11-inning, 8-4 come-from-behind win in which the Cardinals scored all of their runs off the Blue Jays' bullpen. The victory, which evened this Interleague set at a game apiece, came in the first game of a split doubleheader at Busch Stadium.
Tyler Mahle's chances of throwing his second straight perfect game came undone just two batters into his start on Thursday. The Reds' No. 10 prospect still was plenty good, tossing six dominant frames to extend his scoreless innings streak to 19 2/3 for Double-A Pensacola.
There were many standout performances by pitchers across the Minor Leagues on Wednesday, but none of them impressed quite like Class A hurlers Merandy Gonzalez and Cody Reed did.
Chris Coghlan hasn't been with the Blue Jays for long, but he certainly made a name for himself in Tuesday night's game against the Cardinals with an acrobatic slide that will be on all the highlight reels.
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Blue Jays starter Marcus Stroman makes a living off his electric arm. But on Tuesday night, it was his bat that made an impression.
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Thanks to a solid start by Jesse Chavez and a crafty slide by Cameron Maybin, the Angels secured a split of their four-game series with the Blue Jays after holding on for a 2-1 victory in Monday night's finale at Angel Stadium.
Monday wasn't the Blue Jays' night. For the seventh time in this young season, Toronto lost a one-run game, this time a 2-1 setback in the series finale against the Angels.
The Blue Jays needed a win, and some rest for their bullpen, and starting pitcher Marcus Stroman delivered both with a complete-game victory Sunday against the Angels.
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Blue Jays manager John Gibbons was ejected from Sunday's 6-2 win over the Angels in the bottom of the third inning. It was his first ejection of the season.
It seems like every time he takes the mound, Kolby Allard keeps showing why the Braves drafted him No. 14 overall two years ago. Allard is among Sunday's top prospect performers.
Andrelton Simmons hit his second career grand slam Saturday, vaulting the Angels past the Blue Jays for a 5-4 win in the second game of a four-game series at Angel Stadium.
The Blue Jays are going to be asking a lot more of Ryan Goins moving forward, now that starting shortstop Troy Tulowitzki is on the 10-day disabled list.
The Blue Jays were dealt another blow on the injury front Saturday, as the club placed starting shortstop Troy Tulowitzki on the 10-day disabled list, the result of a strained right hamstring.
The Blue Jays were in need of a spark, and some runs, when Jose Bautista stepped to the plate with two outs and two on in the top of the 13th inning early Saturday morning. Bautista delivered with his first home run of the season, propelling his team to a much-needed victory. It was the type of swing the Blue Jays are hoping will unleash the full power potential of their star slugger.