Toronto Blue Jays

The Toronto Blue Jays are a Canadian professional baseball team based in Toronto, Ontario. The Blue Jays compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club of the American League (AL) East division. The team plays its home games at the Rogers Centre. The "Blue Jays" name originates from the bird of the same name, and blue is also the traditional colour of two of Toronto's other professional sports teams: the Maple Leafs and the Argonauts.
  • It looks like the Blue Jays aren't coming to Montreal for any Spring Training games next year
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    It looks like the Blue Jays aren't coming to Montreal for any Spring Training games next year

    The Major League Baseball Spring Training schedule for 2020 has been released and the Blue Jays aren't inked in for their annual tune-up exhibition game in Montreal. The Jays' 31-game spring schedule was unveiled on Monday (along with the rest of the league) but the March 23 and 24 dates, which have been played in Montreal since 2013, don't include a stop in La belle province. See also: Fans brainstorm potential names and logos for a Montreal-Tampa Bay baseball team 16 pics from Monday's Major League Baseball game at the Olympic Stadium (PHOTOS) Montreal shows it has the fan base to make an MLB team work again Tampa Bay Rays exploring possibility of splitting baseball games with Montreal: report

  • Blue Jays minor leaguer T.J. Zeuch throws no-hitter
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    Blue Jays minor leaguer T.J. Zeuch throws no-hitter

    Zeuch, 24, who is 6'7" but is a pitch-to-contact guy, was making his 11th Triple-A start.

  • Blue Jays prospect T.J. Zeuch throws no-hitter at Triple-A
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    Blue Jays prospect T.J. Zeuch throws no-hitter at Triple-A

    Toronto Blue Jays prospect T.J. Zeuch threw a no-hitter for the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons.

  • Pascal Siakam's next step is becoming 'The Man'
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    Pascal Siakam's next step is becoming 'The Man'

    It’s one thing to win Most Improved Player, it’s another to become All-NBA calibre. But if the Raptors have any hope of defending their title, Siakam must continue his exponential growth.

  • Mark Shapiro is oddly attached to a dubious Milton Bradley anecdote
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    Mark Shapiro is oddly attached to a dubious Milton Bradley anecdote

    Mark Shapiro likes to tell the story of how he got rid of Milton Bradley, but it doesn't hold up under scrutiny.

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    Dodgers' Kershaw looks to stay in rhythm vs. Blue Jays

    Clayton Kershaw is coming off one of his best performances of the season and Cody Bellinger is on a roll while taking over the major league lead for home runs, yet the Los Angeles Dodgers will be trying to shake off a rare series defeat when they play host to the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday. A motivated Dodgers team does not line up as an ideal scenario for the Blue Jays, who are coming off back-to-back defeats at home against the Seattle Mariners. The Dodgers, who dropped consecutive games on the road to the Atlanta Braves, still figure to have an edge because they will be back at home, where they have been dominating.

  • Fantasy Baseball Podcast: Toronto's young bats, Kershaw's old arm
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    Fantasy Baseball Podcast: Toronto's young bats, Kershaw's old arm

    Scott Pianowski is joined by Rob Silver of Baseball Prospectus and the Launch Angle Podcast to look back at the year's most discussed rookie: Vlad Guerrero, Jr.

  • Vladdy Report: Epic moment overshadowed by injury scare
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    Vladdy Report: Epic moment overshadowed by injury scare

    Vladimir Guerrero Jr. was on the way to a huge week until his knee acted up.

  • Blue Jays prospect Anthony Kay continues exploring Canadian culture
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    Blue Jays prospect Anthony Kay continues exploring Canadian culture

    The most important way to acclimate yourself to Canadian culture is to sample all the exclusive snacks.

  • Blue Jays getting shut down has gone from regularity to surprise
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    Blue Jays getting shut down has gone from regularity to surprise

    Sunday was a rare dissapointment for the Blue Jays offence, but tough days are becoming fewer and farther between.

  • Vladimir Guerrero Jr. day-to-day as knee inflammation isn't serious
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    Vladimir Guerrero Jr. day-to-day as knee inflammation isn't serious

    It appears Vladimir Guerrero Jr.'s injury isn't as serious as originally thought.

  • Report: Nate Pearson on the brink of the majors with latest promotion
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    Report: Nate Pearson on the brink of the majors with latest promotion

    The Blue Jays best pitching prospect is capping an excellent year with a big promotion.

  • Dodgers welcome Blue Jays to LA
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    Dodgers welcome Blue Jays to LA

    For the first time since June of 2007, the Toronto Blue Jays will travel to Dodger Stadium. Toronto enters the series with one of the worst records in all of baseball at 52-75. It's been a rough season, but with some of baseball's youngest promising stars such as Vladimir Guerrero Jr., a bright future is ahead of them. First pitch: 7:10 p.m. PT // SportsNet LA Clayton Kershaw is coming off one of the best starts of his season. Last week in Miami, Kershaw threw seven scoreless innings, striking out 10 and walking zero. He began the game with seven consecutive strikeouts, the most in Dodgers history to begin a game. It's been another dominant year for Kershaw, who has one of the lowest ERAs in

  • MLB notebook: Sale (elbow) may be out for season
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    MLB notebook: Sale (elbow) may be out for season

    The Boston Red Sox placed left-hander Chris Sale on the 10-day injured list with left elbow inflammation on Saturday, and he could be finished for the season. Among the doctors who will examine Sale's medical tests is noted orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews. Sale threw 6 2/3 innings and struck out 12 on Tuesday in a win against the Indians in Cleveland.

  • Yusei Kikuchi shuts out Toronto Blue Jays in 7-0 Seattle Mariners' rout
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    Yusei Kikuchi shuts out Toronto Blue Jays in 7-0 Seattle Mariners' rout

    TORONTO — Starter Yusei Kikuchi threw a complete-game shutout, and his Seattle Mariners clubbed four home runs in a 7-0 win against the Toronto Blue Jays on Sunday. The Japanese left-handed pitcher gave up only two hits in his outing and never allowed a runner past second base. Kikuchi (5-8) struck out eight Blue Jays and retired his final 17 batters in order. The Blue Jays were without Vladimir Guerrero Jr. The rookie third baseman left Saturday's game after two innings with some left-knee discomfort. An MRI revealed no severe damage. He tweaked his knee cutting off a groundball in the second inning of a 4-3 loss. Guerrero suffered a left-knee strain that kept him out of the lineup in double-A