BALTIMORE — Backed by the mound wizardry of Marco Estrada, the Blue Jays broke a two-game losing streak by beating the Orioles 3-1 Sunday at Camden Yards.
Welington Castillo hit a two-run home run in the bottom of the 10th inning off Blue Jays reliever Jason Grilli to lift the Baltimore Orioles to a 5-3 victory over Toronto.
By almost any sporting definition, Kevin Pillar seems like a man worth cheering for.
SEATTLE MARINERS at TORONTO BLUE JAYS
A month later than thousands of Blue Jays fans would have preferred to see him back under the dome, Edwin Encarnacion will make his return to the Rogers Centre on Monday night.
Just as the baseball gods were in the process of finishing off April with another hit from the middle finger, Jose Bautista and the struggling Blue Jays offence fired back.
ST. LOUIS — Apparently nothing will come easy for the 2017 Blue Jays.
Beatles drummer Ringo Starr famously tossed his drum sticks across the studio during the recording of the song Helter Skelter in July 1968, and in a fit of frustration screamed: “I got blisters on my fingers!”
TORONTO — It was a home opener with all the trimmings.
BALTIMORE — There’s plenty of reason for Jays manager John Gibbons and his pitching staff to respect the Orioles attack.
After a thrilling 2016 postseason that ended in the Chicago Cubs' first World Series championship since 1908, and coming off a USA World Baseball Classic title (led by tourney MVP Marcus Stroman), Major League Baseball looks poised for an even bigger 2017 campaign.
They took it right down to the wire, but disaster was avoided in November when Major League Baseball and the players association struck a new five-year labour agreement.
One look around baseball will tell you there’s no shortage of bright, young stars making things easy on marketing departments.
Can the Red Sox survive without Big Papi? Will the Angels find help for Mike Trout? Will Jose Bautista find his form? Your guide to the American League:
An elite pitcher is worth his weight in gold.
With opening day of the 2017 major league baseball season just two weeks away, Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson is ready to return to action.
Unfurl your flag and break out the face paint: it’s World Baseball Classic time.
As Blue Jays manager John Gibbons says, you know Josh Donaldson is around because you can hear him.