TORONTO BLUE JAYS at CHICAGO CUBS
TORONTO — Josh Donaldson’s bat is so hot right now, they should store it in a fire-resistant bag.
TORONTO — Before Wednesday’s game, Blue Jays manager John Gibbons walked up to Marcus Stroman in the clubhouse and joked that his starting pitcher was “a media darling.”
TORONTO — Before Tuesday’s game against Tampa Bay, Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said right-handed pitcher Marco Estrada wasn’t going anywhere this season.
TAMPA BAY RAYS at TORONTO BLUE JAYS
Five games up, five games won.
NEW YORK YANKEES at TORONTO BLUE JAYS
Can Jays revival survive another sluggish season?
It’s getting to where The Stro Show is must-watch TV.
From absolutely nothing, the Blue Jays came up with one of the most improbable wins in club history on Sunday.
TORONTO — Kendrys Morales did his best Aaron Judge impression and Steve Pearce belted a walkoff grand slam in the 10th, powering the Jays to a wild 8-4 win during a wacky matinee on Thursday.
TORONTO — When Marco Estrada last won a game, the Toronto islands were still above water.
The Blue Jays still have a pulse.
BOSTON — Just when the Blue Jays looked headed towards another staggering implosion, the Smoak show saved the day.
BOSTON — Until Wednesday night, there wasn’t much about historic Fenway Park that intimidated Aaron Sanchez.
For a team scuffling along the way the Blue Jays have so far this season, mere mention of the playoffs sounds like crazy talk.
There was the little shoulder shimmy as he exited the mound after the first inning. After the second, it was a hop and a skip over the line between third- base and home.
The series win was there for the taking, but the Blue Jays were a combination of too wild with their pitches, too sloppy with their defence and just unable to take advantage when the scoring opportunities presented themselves.
MIAMI — In this, the best year of his career, Justin Smoak vows he will return to the Blue Jays with the intent to “keep the ride going.”