8/18/2014 | Moseby returns to where his pro career started
Lloyd Moseby may not recognize much of present-day Medicine Hat, Alberta, but 36 years after he first arrived in the city, its people still recognize him.
8/18/2014 | A tale of two seasons: Blue Jays search for consistency
Canada's Wonderland is one of Toronto's biggest tourist attractions because of its wide variety of adventure rides, but the biggest roller coaster this summer can be found at Rogers Centre.
8/17/2014 | Blue Jays look to Happ to keep playoff hopes alive
Mike Fiers, who has transitioned into the Brewers' starting rotation, will face the Blue Jays' J.A. Happ in the series opener Tuesday at Miller Park.
8/17/2014 | Gibbons' and Ventura's challenges bookend game
Blue Jays manager John Gibbons challenged a play at the plate in the first inning and the initial ruling was overturned. In the eighth, White Sox manager Robin Ventura challenged a call at third but it was confirmed.
8/17/2014 | Blue Jays greats to join fans at luncheon
A star-studded list of former players and front office executives plan to attend the Sept. 15 fan appreciation luncheon in support of the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame.
8/17/2014 | Extra off-days give pitchers a chance to rest
Toronto contemplated the idea of skipping a starter, but ultimately decided to keep everyone on turn. That means each pitcher will make one start on an extra day's rest and an additional outing on two days' rest.
8/17/2014 | Blue Jays battle back but can't catch White Sox
Drew Hutchison gave up six earned runs in the first inning on two homers, including a grand slam, as the Blue Jays fell, 7-5, to the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field on Sunday and dropped to 4-11 in August.
8/16/2014 | White Sox, Blue Jays seek momentum in finale
The White Sox and Blue Jays are each thirsting for a series win as they head into Sunday's rubber match at U.S. Cellular Field. Scott Carroll and Drew Hutchison will square off on the mound.
8/16/2014 | Blue Jays respond late to snap losing streak
Mark Buehrle turned in a typical performance in his return to Chicago's South Side, but the Blue Jays needed Melky Cabrera's clutch two-run double in the seventh to pull out a 6-3 victory over the White Sox on Saturday night.
8/16/2014 | Stroman back at work following tough outing
Marcus Stroman's performance against the White Sox on Friday night wasn't pretty, but it's also the type of outing in the long run that could turn into a learning experience for the young Blue Jays hurler.
8/16/2014 | Drabek relieved to get chance out of bullpen
Former top prospect Kyle Drabek is back with the Blue Jays, but this time it's in a very different role.
8/16/2014 | Jenkins sent to Triple-A for sixth time; Drabek recalled
Blue Jays right-hander Chad Jenkins was optioned to Triple-A Buffalo following Friday night's 11-5 loss to the White Sox, and right-hander Kyle Drabek was promoted from Buffalo in a corresponding move.
8/16/2014 | Buehrle returns to South Side to face White Sox
Blue Jays left-hander Mark Buehrle will make his first start at his old stomping grounds as a member of the opposition on Saturday when he squares off against John Danks and the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field.
8/15/2014 | Norris fans career-high 13 for Triple-A Buffalo
Blue Jays No. 1 prospect Daniel Norris struck out a career-high 13 batters in 5 2/3 innings Friday, helping Triple-A Buffalo defeat Lehigh Valley, 7-1.
8/15/2014 | Stroman, bullpen find too much of the plate
Starter Marcus Stroman worked just two-thirds of an inning, allowing five runs on five hits, and the Blue Jays bullpen offered little relief as Toronto dropped an 11-5 decision to the White Sox on Friday night in Chicago. Melky Cabrera hit a two-run homer.
8/15/2014 | White Sox lose challenge of strikeout in second inning
White Sox manager Robin Ventura challenged that a pitch hit catcher Tyler Flowers during the second inning of Friday's game against the Blue Jays, but the original ruling of a foul-tipped third strike stood after a review.
8/15/2014 | Blue Jays sense urgency to start late-season push
The returns this week of Edwin Encarnacion and Adam Lind mean the Blue Jays no longer have any excuses in their chase for the postseason.
8/15/2014 | Encarnacion activated from DL; Gose goes down
The Blue Jays optioned outfielder Anthony Gose to Triple-A Buffalo to make room on the active roster for first baseman Edwin Encarnacion, who was activated from the 15-day disabled list on Friday.
8/14/2014 | Manfred to succeed Selig as next Commissioner
Rob Manfred was elected in a 30-0 vote Thursday to succeed Commissioner Bud Selig in January, becoming the 10th person to hold the industry's highest office.
8/14/2014 | Five keys for Blue Jays to make postseason
The 3 1/2-game deficit with approximately six weeks remaining is hardly insurmountable, but it's also more challenging to overcome than it might appear on paper. Here's a look at five things that must happen if the Blue Jays want to remain in the race.
8/14/2014 | Call at first stands in the ninth after Seattle's challenge
Munenori Kawasaki was credited with an infield single Wednesday after a safe call at first base stood in the ninth inning of the Mariners' 2-0 victory over the Blue Jays at Safeco Field.
8/14/2014 | August doldrums continue to plague Toronto
The Blue Jays offense remained missing in action while a strong start by R.A. Dickey was wasted in a 2-0 loss to the Mariners on Wednesday night at Safeco Field.
8/13/2014 | Club won't alter rotation despite extra off-days
The Blue Jays have decided against making any changes to their rotation and will instead give each of their five starters some extra rest during their three off-days in the next week.
8/13/2014 | Encarnacion set to return for White Sox series
Edwin Encarnacion completed his brief two-game rehab appearance with Triple-A Buffalo on Wednesday night and is expected to join the Blue Jays in Chicago.
8/13/2014 | Noesi, Stroman seeking more success
Hector Noesi will open the three-game series against the Blue Jays at U.S. Cellular Field on Friday as the White Sox kick off a six-game homestand. The Blue Jays will respond with Marcus Stroman, who's arguably been their best starter since he was recalled in late May.
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