8/23/2016 | Dickey guts out win to continue strong August
The Blue Jays' rotation has been a major strength all season, and it has the potential to be even better with a consistent final stretch from R.A. Dickey.
8/23/2016 | Estrada set to face Shoemaker, Angels
Matt Shoemaker will look to win back-to-back starts for the first time since mid-July when he gets the ball on Wednesday night in the second game of a three-game series against the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre.
8/23/2016 | Bautista due to return from DL Thursday
Outfielder Jose Bautista is expected to make his return from the disabled list when first eligible on Thursday, Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said. Bautista has been sidelined since Aug. 9 with a left knee sprain after twisting it on a throw from right field.
8/23/2016 | Pillar activated after first DL stint; Tepera optioned
The Blue Jays activated outfielder Kevin Pillar from the 15-day disabled list prior to Tuesday's series opener against the Angels. Pillar had been out since Aug. 6 with a sprained left thumb he sustain while sliding headfirst into second base against the Royals, and the stint was his first Major League appearance on the DL.
8/23/2016 | De Leon, Slater among top prospect performers Monday
Dodgers No. 2 prospect Jose De Leon and Giants No. 22 prospect Austin Slater were among the top prospect performers in the Minors Monday.
8/22/2016 | Hader, Hansen among top prospect performers Sunday
Finding success at the Triple-A level hasn't come easily for Josh Hader. At least not until Sunday night, when the Brewers' No. 4 prospect set a career high by striking out 12 hitters in six scoreless innings to pace Colorado Springs in a 6-0 shutout of Round Rock.
8/21/2016 | High-leverage situations a struggle for Cecil
Brett Cecil's disappointing season went from bad to worse as his struggles continued in another late-inning loss to the Indians.
8/21/2016 | Angels, Blue Jays clash for first time in '16
The Blue Jays and Angels will meet for the first time this season when knuckleballer R.A. Dickey takes the mound vs. lefty Tyler Skaggs on Tuesday night at Rogers Centre.
8/21/2016 | Late blast, overturned balk lift Tribe past Jays
Everyone in the ballpark knew it was gone as soon as it left his bat. Jose Ramirez's eighth-inning, two-run blast over the wall in left lifted the Indians past the Blue Jays, 3-2, in Sunday's series finale at Progressive Field.
8/21/2016 | Bautista (knee) close to returning from DL
Blue Jays outfielder Jose Bautista is nearing a return from his injured left knee and is expected to begin a rehab assignment at some point this upcoming week.
8/21/2016 | Blue Jays option All-Star Sanchez to Minor Leagues
The Blue Jays have found a creative way to limit Aaron Sanchez's workload this season by deciding to option the powerful right-hander to Class A Advanced Dunedin on Sunday.
8/20/2016 | Roberto's redemption: Closer bounces back
Roberto Osuna only had to wait 24 hours to get the redemption he was looking for against the Indians.
8/20/2016 | Blue Jays using caution with Donaldson
Josh Donaldson was held out of the Blue Jays' lineup for the second consecutive game on Saturday night because of a jammed right thumb.
8/20/2016 | Stroman, Kluber called on for series finale
Corey Kluber might have gotten off to a slow start this season, but that seems like a distant memory as the Indians right-hander has since reclaimed his spot as one of the top pitchers in the American League. On Sunday afternoon, he'll get to face one of the league's best lineups.
8/20/2016 | Toronto rides trio of HRs to edge Tribe
The Blue Jays muscled their way past the Indians with a 6-5 victory in the latest clash of two first-place teams. Toronto blasted a trio of home runs to top Cleveland in front of a sold-out crowd on Saturday night at Progressive Field.
8/19/2016 | Osuna has rare off night in tough loss to Tribe
Roberto Osuna has been almost perfect this season, but like everyone, he has moments of weakness. And on Friday night, that was all it took to send the Blue Jays to a crushing loss.
8/19/2016 | Sanchez, Tomlin set as 1st-place clubs clash
The battle of two first-place teams will continue Saturday night when the Blue Jays and Indians meet for the second game of a three-game series.
8/19/2016 | Ty-breaker! Inside-the-parker wins it for Tribe
For the second straight night Tyler Naquin is the hero in the second consecutive Indians walk-off. The rookie outfielder scored on an inside-the-park home run to top Toronto, 3-2, on Friday night at Progressive Field in a battle between two first-place teams.
8/19/2016 | Donaldson, Tulo sit out with minor injuries
Josh Donaldson and Troy Tulowitzki were held out of the Blue Jays' lineup on Friday as each dealt with a minor injury.
8/18/2016 | Blue Jays dismiss scouting director Parker
The Blue Jays have continued to shake up their front office by dismissing director of amateur scouting Brian Parker and national crosschecker Blake Davis.
8/17/2016 | Thumb injury caps eventful day for Donaldson
Josh Donaldson is considered day to day after he was removed during the sixth inning of Wednesday's 7-4 victory over the Yankees because of a jammed right thumb. Donaldson's departure was unrelated to a verbal altercation that he appeared to have with manager John Gibbons earlier in the game.
8/17/2016 | On track for rehab stint, Pillar nearing return
Kevin Pillar is expected to begin a Minor League rehab assignment this weekend, and the outfielder plans to be back in the Blue Jays' lineup early next week.
8/17/2016 | Jays, Tribe to clash in potential playoff preview
A pair of first-place teams will battle it out when the Blue Jays and Indians meet on Friday night at Progressive Field in what could be a potential matchup during the postseason.
8/17/2016 | 3-RBI night puts Encarnacion 1st to 100 RBIs
On the big stage at Yankee Stadium, in the middle of a pennant race, Edwin Encarnacion ensured he stood out from the rest of the pack by becoming the first player in the Major Leagues to reach 100 RBIs.
8/17/2016 | Back in the Bronx, Martin mashes for Toronto
Russell Martin might be Canadian, but it's pretty evident that he loves playing in the Big Apple.
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