Rowdy Tellez hits his 18th home run of the season to give the Toronto Blue Jays over the Boston Red Sox in a 4-3 victory Tuesday night. With Cavan Biggio on base, the first baseman…
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On Thursday, less than 12 hours after the final Toronto Blue Jays regular season game, the Rogers Centre turf was being lifted up. Next spring, when the grounds crew sets up for baseball again, John…
The bullpen has been the source of frustration for the Blue Jays for the bulk of the 2012 season, although Darren Oliver and Casey Janssen have proved themselves to be exempt from the criticism.
Toronto Blue Jays manager John Farrell needed his day off on Thursday, before his team begins a three-game weekend series with the Boston Red Sox.
In the wake of Ricky Romero’s last outing, a 9-4 loss to Tampa Bay on Sunday in which he allowed seven runs on eight hits and one walk in his shortest start of the season (one inning plus), manager John Farrell is hoping extra time between games will help his struggling star.
FORT MYERS, Fla. – Thirteen months ago, Te Wera “Beau” Bishop had never played a game of baseball. Within a month, he might be playing for a Boston Red Sox minor league team.
Ricky Romero isn’t quite done exorcising his Boston demons. Romero (15-10) pitched eight strong innings allowing only six hits and three earned runs to set a new career high in wins over the American League wild card leaders, the Boston Red Sox.
Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Tim Wakefield became the 108th major league pitcher to earn 200 career wins pitching six innings route to an 18-6 rout of the Blue Jays at Fenway Park. The 45-year-old…
If the race for the American League MVP award is a down-to-the-wire sprint, then Jose Bautista has already pulled up and is limping towards the finish line.
With just nine home runs since the All-Star break, one has to wonder if the Blue Jays single-season long ball record holder is still the front-runner for one of baseball’s highest honours.
The Toronto Blue Jays know how to spoil a party.
Red Sox starter Tim Wakefield, baseball’s oldest player, was a mere six outs away from picking up his 200th career victory, until a five-run, eight-inning implosion by Boston’s bullpen cost him the win Wednesday night.