Let’s take a look at the Jays players and how they fared in 2011.
Toronto’s Brett Cecil and Baltimore’s Jeremy Guthrie locked horns in an unlikely pitching duel at the Rogers Centre on Friday night.
[blue_jays_logo] In the final home game of the season, the Toronto Blue Jays sent retiring manager Cito Gaston off in style with an 8-4 win over the New York Yankees on Wednesday. After enjoying a ceremony celebrating the career of the Jays skipper, fans at the Rogers Centre were treated to a couple of record-breaking home runs.
[audio:http://torontoobserver.ca/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/chris_jayspitching_podcast.mp3|titles=chris_jayspitching_podcast] When looking for a reason why the Toronto Blue Jays have been able to maintain their plus .500 status, the immediate response you’re likely to hear would be the team’s sizzling bats. With Jose…
Jose Bautista made history with one swing of the bat on Friday night as he set a new Toronto Blue Jays single season home run mark in an 11-9 win over the host Boston Red Sox.
Not even Jose Bautista’s league-leading 45th and 46th home runs were enough for the Toronto Blue Jays to overcome the wild card leading Tampa Bay Rays on Friday night at the Rogers Centre.
As the Toronto Blue Jays’ season comes to an end, fans are coming to grips with the possibility that Friday night’s win against the Seattle Mariners could be Roy Halladay’s last start in the home…