6:18 PM EDT, Fri May 29, 2015
Toronto Blue Jays Rumors & News
Twins Now | St. Paul Pioneer Press 1 hour ago
Casey Fien’s big-league absence lasted exactly one month. The veteran Twins reliever, out since April 29 with a strained deltoid muscle behind his throwing shoulder, was activated off the disabled list Friday for the start of a weekend series against the Toronto Blue Jays. Fellow right-hander Michael Tonkin was optioned back to Triple-A Rochester to clear space on the 25-man roster. Fien tossed three scoreless innings for the Red Wings in recent days. That included back-to-back outings on Tuesday and Wednesday. After posting a 4.35 earned run average in nine April outings, Fien will be...
Twinkie Town 4 hours ago
The Twins open up against the Blue Jays tonight. Let's get to know that Toronto club a little bit better...outside of all the ex-Twins already on the roster, that is. The Twins are riding high, coming into tonight's series in a tie for first place with the Royals. Toronto, meanwhile, leads the league...
National Post 2 hours ago
The 2015 Toronto Blue Jays have been given a once-in-a-generation gift, and appear to be in the process of squandering it
Toronto Sun 19 hours ago
The American League East is a complete mess.
Toronto Star 23 hours ago
Young reliever Roberto Osuna unlikely workhorse of Blue Jays bullpen, and delivering.
Toronto Star May 28, 2015
The Blue Jays begin a six-game road trip with a three-game series this weekend against the red-hot Minnesota Twins.
Toronto Sun May 28, 2015
Josh Donaldson’s big night in the Blue Jays’ walkoff win on Tuesday still looked pretty impressive the next morning.
Ultimately, the critical play of the game came on a routine fly ball that Ezequiel Carrera could not see when he looked up into that sun
Marco Estrada delivers despite hard luck, Aaron Sanchez making progress, Daniel Norris standing by in Buffalo.
Josh Donaldson homers in ninth again off David Robertson to force extras at Rogers Centre.
Toronto Sun May 27, 2015
The Blue Jays may have pulled a rabbit out of the hat Tuesday night but there was still some magic to be found Wednesday afternoon.
Devon Travis wakes up each morning and pumps his left fist. It is a pain test, a small exertion to help him assess his recovery
Everybody around the team talks about Donaldson’s upbeat intensity. Is it a product of nature or nurture? A little of both, he said
Baseball columnist Richard Griffin answers readers' questions after Donaldson's three-run, game-winning homer.
National Post May 27, 2015
Josh Donaldson had four of Toronto's 13 hits and scored five times. Jose Bautista had three doubles and drove in five runs
Blue Jays Player News
Blue Jays' Bautista 'encouraged'
Pirates catchers doing best to fill Martin's void
No complications for Jays' Saunders
Blue Jay Osuna shows no fear in big league pressure cooker: DiManno
VIDEO: Calhoun takes away hit with diving catch