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By John Lott
Published: Sep 28, 2016, 11:00 am EDT
The Blue Jays lost reliever Joaquin Benoit (possibly for the year) and second baseman Devon Travis to injury after a couple benches-clearing incidents with the Yankees.
Added: 1 min ago via sports.vice.com
By Nick Dika
Published: Sep 28, 2016, 7:54 am EDT
As the days continue to fall off the calendar, the Blue Jays get closer and closer to facing the Orioles in a one-game battle for a ticket to the ALDS. Before they are afforded this luxury, they’re fighting for their playoff lives against those very same Orioles this week at the Rogers Centre. With all […]
Added: 4 hrs ago via toronto.locals.baseballprospectus.com
By Eric Mercer
Published: Sep 27, 2016, 10:09 pm EDT
The Blue Jays faced the Baltimore Orioles in the first game of a pivotal series coming down the stretch of the wild card race on Tuesday night. Entering the game, the Jays held a slim one game lead over Baltimore. The team could not have started any better than they did. Impromptu lead-off hitter Ezequiel […]
Added: 13 hrs ago via toronto.locals.baseballprospectus.com
By Andrew Hendriks
Published: Sep 27, 2016, 9:14 pm EDT
Monday's post-bench clearing line: Joaquin Benoit out 2-3 weeks, Devon Travis day-to-day, Chris Smith, Andy Burns added
Added: 15 hrs ago via canadianbaseballnetwork.com
By Jenn Smith
Published: Sep 27, 2016, 3:18 pm EDT
The Blue Jays lost the fourth and final game of their series against the New York Yankees in spectacular fashion Monday night, with Jason Grilli getting knocked around in the top of the ninth leading to a five-run come-from-behind rally to prevent Toronto’s first-ever four-game sweep of Yankees. Within the...
Added: 19 hrs ago via todaysknuckleball.com
By BP Toronto Team
Published: Sep 27, 2016, 1:06 pm EDT
Toronto Blue Jays vs. Baltimore Orioles September 27 – 29 Written by Mike Passador and Dave Church After dropping a frustrating, emotional series finale with the Yankees, the Blue Jays will welcome another division rival to town in the form of the Baltimore Orioles. While the Jays are in a semi-comfortable wild card position at the moment, that […]
Added: 23 hrs ago via toronto.locals.baseballprospectus.com
By Joseph Flynn
Published: Sep 27, 2016, 12:46 pm EDT
After the Yanks and Jays brawled, Mark Teixeira hit what is likely the last home run of his career and decided to pimp the shit out of it.
Added: 1 day ago via sports.vice.com
By Dave Holcomb
Published: Sep 27, 2016, 11:03 am EDT
The Toronto Blue Jays have limped toward the finish line at times during the month of September, but after their latest loss, it was Blue Jays relief pitcher Joaquin Benoit doing the limping. There are multiple reports that Benoit left the stadium Monday night on crutches, favoring his left leg....
Added: 1 day ago via todaysknuckleball.com
By Barry Petchesky
Published: Sep 27, 2016, 10:38 am EDT
The Blue Jays appear comfortably in the playoffs, and the Yankees solidly out, so why not devote a late September divisional game almost entirely to beefing, and the settling of said beefs, and to setting up beefs to come?
Added: 1 day ago via deadspin.com
By Gideon Turk
Published: Sep 27, 2016, 10:12 am EDT
Not too long ago, Ryan Lavarnway was one of the better young players in professional baseball. Going into 2012, Baseball Prospectus’ Kevin Goldstien ranked him as the 98th best prospect in professional baseball, and the fourth best in the Red Sox system. But that was one injury and five years ago, and as the old saying goes, […]
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