Josh Donaldson of old showed up during the Blue Jays’ first road trip of August, and after a frustrating first half, he could be in store for a big finish.
Blue Jays slugger Josh Donaldson homered in the first off of White Sox losing pitcher Mike Pelfrey, then added a sac fly in the third inning and an RBI double in the sixth during Toronto’s 8-4 win.
In this short film, Hall of Famer Rickey Henderson looks back on the 1993 deal at the Trade Deadline that sent him to Toronto — and sent the Blue Jays on their way to a second straight World Series title.
Norichika Aoki’s world was turned upside down on Monday afternoon when he was sent from a legitimate World Series contender to a team that has shifted its attention to 2018. Despite the upheaval, the veteran outfielder insists there are no hard feelings.
A pair of struggling left-handers take the mound Wednesday as the Chicago White Sox send Derek Holland (5-10, 5.42 ERA) to face the Blue Jays’ J.A. Happ (3-8, 4.15 ERA) in the finale of a three-game set at Guaranteed Rate Field. The game will be broadcast live for free on MLB.TV.
Mike Pelfrey, who hasn’t won since June 17, takes on the Blue Jays on Tuesday. Marcus Stroman, who is 5-2 with a 3.30 ERA on the road this season, gets the nod for the Blue Jays.
After hitting a two-run homer earlier in the game, Matt Davidson had a walk-off single in the ninth as the White Sox rallied from a 6-0 deficit to top the Blue Jays, on a night where top prospect Yoan Moncada left with a right knee contusion after a scary outfield collision with teammate Willy Garcia. […]
One year to the day that the Blue Jays acquired lefty Francisco Liriano, he was sent packing in another non-waiver Trade Deadline deal.
When the dust finally settles from Monday’s 4 p.m. ET non-waiver Trade Deadline, the Blue Jays and White Sox will open a three-game set in Chicago that night with Marco Estrada and James Shields scheduled to be on the mound.
The Blue Jays had two walk-off grand slams in their first 40 years of existence. Steve Pearce has two in the last four days alone.
Steve Pearce did his best Steve Pearce impersonation on Sunday afternoon, shaking the Rogers Centre with his second walk-off grand slam in four days and electrifying the fans who hoped against hope by sticking around for the bottom of the ninth.