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9/18/2014 | Stroman expected to make next start as appeal plays out

Blue Jays manager John Gibbons expects right-hander Marcus Stroman to start against the Yankees on Saturday as scheduled as the appeal process for his six-game suspension plays out.


9/18/2014 | Tournament 12 gets underway with exciting slate of games

If there was a lesson to be learned during the first day of games at the Tournament 12 showcase, it was to not count any team out. Wednesday's slate of games were filled with come-from-behind victories, as the top amateur talent across the nation produced non-stop excitement at Rogers Centre.


9/18/2014 | Jeter begins final homestand as Blue Jays fly in

As the Yankees and Blue Jays, both six games back in the American League Wild Card race, battle at Yankee Stadium in the opener of a four-game series Thursday, Derek Jeter will begin his final homestand before his retirement.


9/17/2014 | Blue Jays come up empty in Baltimore

Left-hander J.A. Happ allowed five runs and his offense remained missing in action as the Blue Jays were swept out of Baltimore with a 6-1 loss to the Orioles on Wednesday night at Camden Yards.


9/16/2014 | Blue Jays respond to PETA's concern

The Blue Jays' organization will at least pause and think twice before allowing animals into its clubhouse after PETA raised concerns about a recent incident in Toronto.


9/16/2014 | Blue Jays maintain no ill intent by Stroman

One day after right-hander Marcus Stroman was issued a warning for throwing a pitch up and in to Orioles catcher Caleb Joseph, the Blue Jays maintained there wasn't any intent to cause harm.


9/16/2014 | Anthopoulos not tipping hand on Gibbons' status

Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos is notorious for keeping internal matters close to the vest. And even when it comes to manager John Gibbons, Anthopoulos is doing the same.


9/16/2014 | Canadian amateur stars set for Tournament 12

The top youth baseball talent from Canada will call Rogers Centre home for the next week. Tournament 12, an amateur baseball showcase featuring 160 of the best First-Year Player Draft-eligible players nationwide, kicked off Tuesday at the Blue Jays' home stadium in downtown Toronto.


9/16/2014 | MLB announces Clemente Award nominees

Major League Baseball and Chevrolet announced on Tuesday the names of the 30 club nominees for the Roberto Clemente Award presented by Chevrolet, and fan voting will begin Wednesday, Roberto Clemente Day, to help decide who succeeds Carlos Beltran as the winner of the prestigious community honor handed out annually at the World Series.


9/16/2014 | Tournament 12 to showcase top Canadian high school talent

One of the biggest opportunities for young baseball players from north of the border now awaits them right at home. Thanks to the Blue Jays, Hall of Fame second baseman Roberto Alomar and the Jays Care Foundation, the second-annual Tournament 12 will give the top Draft-eligible Canadian high school talent a chance to showcase their skills in front of dozens of scouts and college recruiters on the big league stage at Rogers Centre.


9/15/2014 | Benches warned after Stroman nearly hits Joseph

Both the Blue Jays and Orioles were warned in the sixth inning on Monday after Marcus Stroman threw a pitch near the head of Baltimore catcher Caleb Joseph in apparent retaliation for Joseph blocking the plate on Jose Reyes' headfirst slide an inning earlier.


9/15/2014 | Gibbons loses challenge on close play at second

Blue Jays manager John Gibbons lost his challenge of a disputed call at second base during the ninth inning of Monday night's 5-2 loss to the Orioles.


9/15/2014 | Missed opportunities cost Blue Jays in Baltimore

Marcus Stroman battled through six innings, but the Blue Jays couldn't capitalize on some scoring chances in a 5-2 loss to the Orioles on Monday at Camden Yards.


9/15/2014 | O's look to wrap up AL East with win over Toronto

The Orioles can clinch the American League East for the first time since 1997 with a win over the Blue Jays on Tuesday. Ubaldo Jimenez will get the call in his first start since mid-August, opposite Toronto's Drew Hutchison.


9/14/2014 | After ninth-inning heroics, Toronto falls in 10

Every loss hurts, but when it's coming down to the wire in a Wild Card race, they can sting a little bit more. The Blue Jays battled back from a four-run deficit late, but couldn't complete the comeback in a 10-inning, 6-5 loss to the Rays at Rogers Centre on Sunday.


9/14/2014 | Two challenges go Blue Jays' way in loss to Rays

The Rays challenged an out call in the third inning of Sunday afternoon's contest against the Blue Jays, but the ruling did not go their way.


9/14/2014 | Rasmus starts after two weeks on bench

Colby Rasmus was in the Blue Jays' starting lineup on Sunday for the first time since being relegated to a bench role two weeks ago.


9/14/2014 | Every game key for Blue Jays as they face Orioles

For the Orioles, who own a hefty lead in the American League East, a playoff spot is all but guaranteed. But for the Blue Jays, who remain four games behind in the AL Wild Card race after a loss on Sunday, each game could have a significant impact on whether they join their division rivals in October. On Monday, the two teams will open a three-game set at Camden Yards.


9/13/2014 | Dickey, rotation keeping bullpen fresh

R.A. Dickey's 20th quality start on Saturday helped the Blue Jays' rotation tie a club record for consecutive starts of six-plus innings. Toronto starters have worked at least six innings in 19 straight games, the first time they've been able to do so since June of 1998.


9/13/2014 | Lind's big swing helps Toronto keep WC in sight

Adam Lind broke out of a deep homer slump in a major way on Saturday afternoon to help the Blue Jays past the Rays. Lind smacked his first homer since late June in the seventh, and Edwin Encarnacion followed with one of his own on the next pitch as Toronto beat Tampa Bay, 6-3, at Rogers Centre, setting the table for the rubber match on Sunday.


9/13/2014 | Blue Jays aim to keep Wild hopes alive in finale

The Blue Jays, who have won 10 of their last 13 games, still have their sights set on an American League Wild Card spot. On Sunday, they'll call on Mark Buehrle, who owns a 2.08 ERA in five starts against the Rays this year, to face Tampa Bay's Chris Archer in the rubber match at Rogers Centre.


9/12/2014 | Rays successfully challenge Reyes HBP

The Rays challenged a call in the eighth inning of Friday night's 1-0 win over the Blue Jays, and it was overturned. With one out in the inning, Jose Reyes appeared to get hit by a pitch thrown by Rays reliever Jake McGee, but replay showed that the ball hit the end of Reyes' bat.


9/12/2014 | Happ excellent, but Toronto cedes WC ground

The margin for error was so low, that despite allowing only two hits through seven innings, J.A. Happ was saddled with the loss as the Blue Jays fell to the Rays, 1-0, at Rogers Centre on Friday. The Blue Jays, who opened the day 3 1/2 games out of the second American League Wild Card spot, fell to four games behind.


9/12/2014 | Pompey will never forget first Major League at-bat

Dalton Pompey lived out a childhood dream -- on home turf, no less -- in the Blue Jays' series finale against the Cubs earlier this week.


9/12/2014 | Stroman, Buerhle swapping to give rookie extra rest

Mark Buehrle will start on Sunday against the Rays in place of Marcus Stroman, Blue Jays manager John Gibbons confirmed on Friday. Stroman will pitch Monday in the series opener against the Orioles at Camden Yards instead.




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