12:04 PM EDT, Fri August 29, 2014
Toronto Sun 13 hours ago
Blue Jays suffer reversal of fortune with awful August

Blue Jays suffer reversal of fortune with awful August

On the morning of Aug. 1, hours after baseball’s frantic trade stampede had ended without Toronto participating, the Blue Jays were 60-50 and in possession of the American League’s second wild- card spot, still with their eyes upon the Baltimore Orioles who were just 1.5 games ahead of them in the AL East.

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John Lott / National Post 4 hours ago
Blue Jays’ prospect Kendall Graveman finds a new pitch – by accident – and surges through the minors

Blue Jays’ prospect Kendall Graveman finds a new pitch – by accident – and surges through the minors

When the season started, even the most plugged-in Blue Jays fan probably would not have heard of Kendall Graveman
Boston Herald 11 hours ago
Red Sox go down to Blue Jays again

Red Sox go down to Blue Jays again

There was a time when a loaded schedule against the AL East seemed like just what the doctor ordered for the Red Sox. They had just won 8-of-9 games and the vibe in the clubhouse was reaching 2013 levels with two walkoff wins at Fenway Park against the Kansas City Royals.The good times were possibly back ... and then reality set in. It’s been a very long week-and-a half in Boston.The Red Sox couldn’t figure out Toronto Blue Jays starter Marcus Stroman again, as the large hole got bigger in the division with a 4-2 loss at Fenway Park.
Toronto Sun 11 hours ago
Up next: Yankees at Blue Jays

Up next: Yankees at Blue Jays

NEW YORK YANKEES at TORONTO BLUE JAYS
Toronto Sun 11 hours ago
Derek Jeter 'seemed to do everything right,' Blue Jays manager John Gibbons says

Derek Jeter 'seemed to do everything right,' Blue Jays manager John Gibbons says

Derek Jeter's retirement tour stops in Toronto this weekend and the Blue Jays have a special pre-game ceremony and presentation scheduled for Friday.
Toronto Sun 13 hours ago
Dioner Navarro making most of opportunity as No. 1 catcher for Jays

Dioner Navarro making most of opportunity as No. 1 catcher for Jays

Dioner Navarro had stripped off the catching gear and was in his chair at his locker late Wednesday night.
Toronto Star 16 hours ago
Derek Jeter's Toronto memories not so fond

Derek Jeter's Toronto memories not so fond

Jays set to honour Yankees captain on final visit.
Toronto Star 17 hours ago
Blue Jays’ Nolan Reimold claimed by Diamondbacks

Blue Jays’ Nolan Reimold claimed by Diamondbacks

Jays outfielder waived after Kevin Pillar call-up.
Toronto Star 17 hours ago
New York Yankees at Toronto Blue Jays: MLB series preview Friday-Sunday

New York Yankees at Toronto Blue Jays: MLB series preview Friday-Sunday

Mark Buehrle, Drew Hutchison, J.A. Happ to face Yankees in key weekend series.
Toronto Star 18 hours ago
Blue Jays face tough road to playoff berth

Blue Jays face tough road to playoff berth

Toronto will need to win 23 of their 29 games to have realistic shot at making the post-season for the first time since 1993.
Toronto Sun Aug 28, 2014
Blue Jays prospect learning base stealing from one of the best

Blue Jays prospect learning base stealing from one of the best

Hall of Famer Lou Brock visited Olympic Stadium when Tim Raines was sliding head first on his way to winning the 1981 National League stolen base title with 71 steals.
Toronto Sun Aug 28, 2014
Santos likely done as a Blue Jay

Santos likely done as a Blue Jay

When Sergio Santos came to the Blue Jays from the White Sox in a trade for minor-league pitcher Nestor Molina in December 2011, they thought they had their closer for the next seven years.

Jays torch Tazawa after Kelly's early exit

TORONTO -- The minor shoulder twinge that caused Joe Kelly to be removed from his last start didn't prevent the Boston Red Sox right-hander from pitching on Wednesday, nor did it seemingly affect his performance as Kelly looked good through six-plus innings of work. What the injury did do, however, was keep Kelly on a short leash, which proved to be Boston's undoing in the 5-2 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays. With the Red Sox up 2-1 heading into the bottom of the seventh, Kelly's 86th pitch of the game resulted in a leadoff double to Edwin Encarnacion.
Toronto Sun Aug 27, 2014
Blue Jays get to Red Sox's Tazawa yet again in win

Blue Jays get to Red Sox's Tazawa yet again in win

Over the years, Junichi Tazawa has been one of Boston’s most reliable relief pitchers, a guy Red Sox manager John Farrell, and Terry Francona before him, have been able to count on in tough situations.
John Lott / National Post Aug 27, 2014
Toronto Blue Jays get relief as Marcus Stroman holds back Boston Red Sox

Toronto Blue Jays get relief as Marcus Stroman holds back Boston Red Sox

John Gibbons says he was optimistic about his team’s prospects entering August

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