Two red-hot pitchers match up Saturday night at Safeco Field when Toronto’s Marcus Stroman takes on Seattle’s Ariel Miranda, who is coming off the first complete-game victory of his career.
The Blue Jays still don’t know the severity of Devon Travis’ injury after the second baseman was placed on the 10-day disabled list Tuesday with a bone bruise in his right knee.
Jarrod Dyson and Danny Valencia each knocked in runs in the seventh inning Friday as the Mariners rallied for a victory over the Blue Jays. Joe Biagini allowed one run through six innings before the Mariners rallied. Sam Gaviglio allowed one earned run in six innings for the Mariners.
Joe Biagini seems to be getting better with every start but unfortunately for the Blue Jays, he still doesn’t have much to show for it. Biagini was denied another win on Friday night in Seattle after a two-run seventh spoiled what had been a strong outing.
With the 2017 MLB Draft now just days away, Toronto director of amateur scouting Steve Sanders is putting the finishing touches on the first Draft he’ll lead in his new position.
Steve Sanders will go through his first big test as Toronto’s new director of amateur scouting when the MLB Draft gets underway Monday night. This will be Sanders’ first Draft since being hired away from Boston during the offseason.
Right-hander Joe Biagini will get the call in Friday’s series opener, while the Mariners are set to counter with righty Sam Gaviglio.
Justin Smoak spent the last couple of years as the whipping boy for a Blue Jays fanbase that wanted changes at first base. Now he’s in the middle of a breakout season and should be considered a strong contender for the upcoming All-Star Game presented by MasterCard in Miami.
Josh Donaldson made a name for himself at Oakland Coliseum, and on Wednesday afternoon, he made sure his homecoming didn’t end without leaving behind a souvenir for his former hometown crowd. Donaldson hit a two-run homer in the top of the 10th inning to help the Blue Jays avoid a three-game sweep with a 7-5 […]
The A’s recorded their second straight win over the Blue Jays on Tuesday evening, tagging right-hander Marco Estrada for four runs in a 4-1 series-clinching victory at the Coliseum.
The Blue Jays are hoping that Francisco Liriano will continue to show improvement in his second start since coming off the disabled list when he faces off with the A’s Jharel Cotton Wednesday afternoon at the Colisuem.
The Blue Jays purposely sped up J.A. Happ’s return to the big leagues because there was such a glaring need in the starting rotation. The plan made sense, but it came with some risks, and Toronto has seen those play out in his first two starts.