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…
Reliever Alex Burnett of the Minnesota Twins was on the mound Wednesday night as he faced the Toronto Blue Jays’ Omar Vizquel with two outs in the bottom of the seventh.
The count was 1-0.
This was the last day of the 2012 season for the Jays but, more significantly, it was the final game of Vizquel’s storied baseball career.
Yunel Escobar stood in front of media microphones and television cameras at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday issuing his apology for wearing an offensive Spanish word on his eye black during last Saturday’s game against the…
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.
At some point, the good luck has to run out. Rajai Davis proved to be the crack in the sidewalk the Baltimore Orioles were hoping to avoid as they continued their race for the pennant.
With Major League Baseball’s 2011 World Series set to get underway Wednesday night in St. Louis, the Toronto Blue Jays will be on the outside looking in once again. The same cannot be said for…
Toronto’s Brett Cecil and Baltimore’s Jeremy Guthrie locked horns in an unlikely pitching duel at the Rogers Centre on Friday night.
It’s been three long and painful years, but Dustin McGowan and his trademarked mutton-chop sideburns will get another chance as a starter for the Toronto Blue Jays. Since suffering a torn labrum July 8, 2008,…
As the Toronto Blue Jays named former Red Sox pitching coach John Farrell as their new manager they caught the attention of a former Boston player.
Surprisingly it wasn’t a pitcher but one of most celebrated, and at times hated, hitters of all time – Manny Ramirez.