Strong August Finish Crucial to Jays Success

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After losing in heartbreaking fashion to the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field in Chicago on Sunday afternoon, the Toronto Blue Jays failed to avoid a series sweep and saw their record fall to 59-65, putting them one game back of Baltimore Orioles and the Tampa Bay Rays. The Cubs scored three runs in the bottom […] READ MORE




Smoak, Osuna Represent Blue Jays Well in All-Star Game

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Tuesday night was a night to remember for the American League All-Stars as they knocked off the National League 2-1 in extra innings in a pitching duel that was cracked when Robinson Cano hit a solo home run to open up the 10th inning. The Toronto Blue Jays sent two of their own to partake […] READ MORE


Clock Ticking as Inevitable Blue Jays Rebuild Looms

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Fans will hate to hear it, but a Toronto Blue Jays rebuild is right around the corner, and it will come sooner than most fans think. If the Jays don’t look like contenders by the end of July, they should start their rebuild at the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline. It’s early, and right now […] READ MORE


Blue Jays Health will Determine June Success

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After a disastrous April saw the Toronto Blue Jays start the season with an 8-17 record, the Jays battled injuries throughout May to improve their record to 26-27, keeping them within striking distance of the AL East-leading New York Yankees. Despite their unlucky injuries, the Jays have received some much needed support from players like […] READ MORE


Blue Jays need Smoak and Pillar to Keep Swinging Hot Bats

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After the Toronto Blue Jays stumbled out of the gates with a 1-9 record and plummeted to the cellar of the AL East standings to start the season, fans from coast to coast started to doubt the 2017 Jays. Expectations are high in the Great White North after the Jays reached the American League Championship […] READ MORE


Blue Jays vs. Cardinals an Important Test for Toronto

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It’s no secret that the Toronto Blue Jays have endured a less-than-stellar start to the 2017 season. The 5-14 Blue Jays are already 8.5 games back of the AL East-leading Baltimore Orioles, and it’s only April 25th. Monday’s 2-1 loss against the Los Angeles Angels at Angel Stadium in Anaheim was another dagger in the […] READ MORE