10:26 AM EDT, Sat May 30, 2015

Postgame Twinsights: Twins' bats go silent (again) after another fast start

With Friday's four-run first inning, the Twins have scored first in 10 of their past 11 games. Along with those early outbursts, however, have come long periods of dormancy. Letting the great Mark Buehrle off the ropes after their first six hitters produced five hits and four runs, the Twins were completely flummoxed by the soft-tossing lefty for the rest of the night. Buehrle faced the minimum over his final 8 2/3 innings, going the distance on 111 pitches. He picked off Danny Santana after the Twins shortstop reached on a Jose Reyes error to start the fifth, and Buehrle […] The post...
Toronto Sun 10 hours ago
Buehrle overcomes ugly first to post complete game in Jays win

Buehrle overcomes ugly first to post complete game in Jays win

Chris Colabello on Friday night came to Target Field with mayhem on his mind.
Toronto Star 10 hours ago
Blue Jays beat Twins on Chris Colabello’s blast

Blue Jays beat Twins on Chris Colabello’s blast

After a four-run first, Mark Buehrle retires 26 batters in a row. He allowed just two other base-runners.

Postgame: Some bad luck set up May's big mistake

Colabello missed an opportunity before coming through in the end; Defense keeps Reyes triple-free; Buehrle close to being removed
Lookout Landing May 23, 2015

Mariners speed through win against Blue Jays

On the back of Willie Bloomstick, the Mariners win a quick game in Toronto. Early on Saturday morning, the Mariners and Blue Jays faced off in bright, sunny Toronto. Two hours and 25 minutes later, Fernando Rodney shot an arrow into the sky and the Mariners were walking off the field, victors. The combination of Mark Buehrle and James Paxton made for a fast paced game that didn't see many runs either. Entering today's game, Paxton was riding a 20-inning scoreless streak that was tied for the longest such streak since Hisashi Iwakuma strung 23 scoreless innings together at the end of 2013....
U.S.S. Mariner May 23, 2015

Game 42, Mariners at Blue Jays

James Paxton vs. Mark Buehrle, 10:07am Oh great, another absurdly early start. The M’s face long-time foe Mark Buehrle, who’ll make his 18th career start against Seattle. The lefty’s fastball is now only about 85-86, but he put up a 3 fWAR season last year at the age of 35. He throws a four- and This post came from: U.S.S. Mariner, and is copyright by the authors. This RSS feed is intended for the personal use of readers and not, for instance, spam blogs.Game 42, Mariners at Blue Jays
Houston Chronicle May 17, 2015

Conger gets second straight start as Castro sits

For the first time this season, backup catcher Hank Conger was in the starting lineup two days in a row. Regular starter Jason Castro, who was also out of the lineup Saturday night, was available on the bench Sunday afternoon in the series finale against Blue Jays lefthander Mark Buehrle. Castro, who bats lefthanded, is […]
Toronto Sun May 16, 2015
Remembering Jays' Buehrle's World Series save

Remembering Jays' Buehrle's World Series save

When Mark Buehrle leaves the bullpen in left-centre half an hour before Sunday afternoon’s start there will be a smattering of applause.
National Post May 7, 2015
Toronto Blue Jays starter Mark Buehrle insists aches and pains he feels this season aren’t out of the ordinary

Toronto Blue Jays starter Mark Buehrle insists aches and pains he feels this season aren’t out of the ordinary

Mark Buehrle seemed to say that a TSN report about his health lacked context he deemed essential
Newark Star-Ledger May 7, 2015

Toronto Blue Jays' Mark Buehrle beats Yankees for first time in 11 years

Before Wednesday, he was 1-14 lifetime through 20 starts
Toronto Star May 6, 2015
Blue Jays, Buehrle seal series win vs. Yankees

Blue Jays, Buehrle seal series win vs. Yankees

Achy Mark Buehrle gets early hook but earns rare win over Bronx Bombers at open Rogers Centre.
New York Daily News May 6, 2015
CC still winless as Yankees fall 5-1 to Buehrle, Blue Jays

CC still winless as Yankees fall 5-1 to Buehrle, Blue Jays

For the first time in more than a decade, the Yankees were off the Mark. Mark Buehrle, that is.

Buehrle finally wins while Sabathia just keeps losing

Mark Buehrle just beat the Yankees for the first time in more than a decade. CC Sabathia, on the other hand, just lost for the fifth time in six starts. Tonight’s 5-1 loss to the Blue Jays gave the Yankees their first series loss since the second week of the season. Sabathia pitched into the […] The post Buehrle finally wins while Sabathia just keeps losing appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
Toronto Sun May 1, 2015
Blue Jays’ Buehrle battered in loss to Indians

Blue Jays’ Buehrle battered in loss to Indians

There were times during the second half of last season, before he righted the ship, when Mark Buehrle allowed himself to wonder whether he had lost his touch.

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