Toronto hosts Tampa Bay in division play
Tampa Bay Rays (59-47, second in the AL East) vs. Toronto Blue Jays (39-66, fourth in the AL East)
Toronto; Saturday, 3 p.m. EDT
PITCHING PROBABLES: Rays: Andrew Kittredge (1-0, 2.55...
Indians look for series sweep of Toronto
Cleveland Indians (58-41, second in the AL Central) vs. Toronto Blue Jays (38-64, fourth in the AL East)
Cleveland Indians (57-41, second in the AL Central) vs. Toronto Blue Jays (38-63, fourth in the AL East)
Toronto; Monday, 7 p.m. EDT
PITCHING PROBABLES: Indians: Mike Clevinger (3-2,...
TORONTO (AP) — Edwin Jackson was acquired by Toronto from Oakland for $30,000 on Saturday and would set a record by pitching for 14 major league teams when he makes his Blue Jays debut.
MONTREAL (AP) — With opening day fast approaching, the Toronto Blue Jays filled a hole in their rotation.
The team added Trent Thornton to the group, giving the 25-year-old right-hander a...
Orioles fall to Blue Jays 5-0, tie 1988 team with 107 losses
BALTIMORE (AP) — A historic defeat for the Baltimore Orioles wasn't much different than the 106 that preceded it.
Baltimore managed only three hits in falling to Toronto 5-0 on Monday night and tied an Orioles record for losses in a season.
"It's frustrating, to say the least," first baseman Chris Davis said. "Once we hit 100, it was kind of like, I don't know, I honestly didn't have any words for it. It was embarrassing."
Jones’ slam helps Orioles beat Blue Jays 10-5 for sweep
BALTIMORE (AP) — Residing among all those young guys in the clubhouse of the rebuilding Orioles is 33-year-old Adam Jones, one of few holdovers from an era when Baltimore was a contender in the AL East.
The old fella can still rake, and those around him can sure benefit from his experience.
Mookie monster! Betts homers in 9th to complete cycle
TORONTO (AP) — Mookie Betts has circled a few potential cycles in his young career, not surprising considering his rare combination of power and speed.
Boston's AL MVP contender finally knocked that milestone off his list with his final swing Thursday night.
Betts homered in the ninth inning to complete his first career cycle during the Toronto Blue Jays' 8-5 win over the Red Sox.
Borucki shines as Blue Jays beat Mariners, 7-2
SEATTLE (AP) — Ryan Borucki was tiring as he prepared to enter the eighth inning for the first time in his major league career. Fortunately, the Blue Jays' rookie left-hander had the boisterous assistance of a crowd packed with Canadians vacationing a bit south of the border in Seattle.
BOSTON (AP) — The streak had to end some time.
Rick Porcello just didn't want it to be his fault.
Justin Smoak homered and Kevin Pillar hit a two-run double as the Toronto Blue Jays chased the Boston right-hander in a five-run third inning on Friday night, beating the Red Sox 13-7 to snap their 10-game winning streak.
Pillar had four of Toronto's 14 hits and Smoak had three, including another homer in the eighth. They drove in four runs apiece.