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  • Garcia faces former club as Braves visit
    The Blue Jays enjoyed an off-day on Monday before opening a two-game series against the Braves tonight at Rogers Centre. Left-hander Jaime Garcia (2-5, 5.71) will take the mound against his former team, while the Braves will counter with Canadian right-hander Mike Soroka (2-1, 2.57). Garcia has allowed four runs in two of his past three outings, and he's 3-1 with a 3.62 ERA in his career vs. Atlanta.
  • Grichuk's 2 HRs lead to Blue Jays' sweep
    Toronto picked up its 18th come-from-behind victory of the season Sunday as Teoscar Hernandez and Yangervis Solarte hit a pair of solo home runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to lead the Blue Jays to an 8-6 win -- and a three-game series sweep -- over Washington. Randal Grichuk crushed a pair of homers and notched 4 RBIs. Nationals center fielder Michael A. Taylor went 3-for-4 and swiped four bases, giving him the MLB lead. Daniel Murphy picked up his second RBI since coming off the DL. Both starters -- Washington's Tanner Roark and Toronto's Sam Gaviglio -- struggled.
  • Nats, Blue Jays celebrate Father's Day
    It was a family affair at Rogers Centre on Sunday afternoon as the Blue Jays and Nationals celebrated Father's Day. Toronto welcomed 14 children to throw out the ceremonial first pitch prior to the series finale.
  • VOTE NOW: Camping World MLB All-Star Ballot
    Help get your Blue Jays into the AL All-Star Game starting lineup. Vote up to 5 times in any 24-hour period (max 35 votes) on the 2018 Camping World MLB All-Star Ballot. Plus, each vote gives you a chance to win a 2019 Freedom Elite Motorhome.
  • Osuna to plead not guilty to assault charges
    The lawyer for Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna said his client intends to plead not guilty to an assault charge stemming from an alleged domestic incident in early May.
  • Father's Day an organization affair
    The father-son bond, and the role baseball can play in it, is a well-covered subject. We've all seen Field of Dreams and know the game can be handed down from one generation to another like a priceless heirloom. There have been countless sons of former big leaguers to go into the family business and also reach the big leagues. Often, they go on to have even better careers than their fathers did. The Blue Jays certainly hope that's the case.
  • Noda stays hot with homer for Class A Lansing
    California League pitchers are learning the hard way that Jo Adell's power is for real.
  • Blue Jays' Top 30 Prospects list
    Who do the Blue Jays have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Toronto's Top 30 Prospects on MLB Pipeline's Prospect Watch.
  • Estrada outduels Scherzer; Blue Jays blank Nats
    Marco Estrada recorded his third consecutive quality start by tossing 6 2/3 scoreless innings during a 2-0 victory over the Nationals on Saturday afternoon. The soft-tossing righty scattered three hits and walked just two in what likely will be considered his best start of the year while Devon Travis hit a two-run homer off Max Scherzer in the win. Scherzer struck out 10 and allowed two runs in six innings, suffering the tough-luck loss.
  • Toronto crowns 8 champions in Pitch, Hit & Run
    The future was on full display Saturday morning at Rogers Centre as 24 youth baseball and softball players, ages 7 to 14, participated in the Scott's Pitch, Hit & Run competition. Toronto crowned eight champions who will hope to advance to the national finals during the upcoming Major League Baseball All-Star Week in Washington. This spring, more than 650,000 children participated in MLB's pitch, hit and run event.
  • Solarte's 2 HRs help Blue Jays hold off Nats
    Yangervis Solarte crushed a pair of homers, Devon Travis also went deep and Aaron Sanchez struck out eight over six strong innings to lead the Blue Jays over the Nationals. Gio Gonzalez battled through six-plus innings, but a crucial miscue in the seventh led to Justin Smoak's go-ahead sac fly. Daniel Murphy smacked an RBI single for his first hit of the season as part of Washington's two-run, eighth-inning surge.
  • Donaldson's return to Blue Jays still TBD
    Josh Donaldson is expected to miss at least a few more days, and the Blue Jays don't seem to know exactly when he will return to the 25-man roster.
  • Happ efficient, but Blue Jays blanked by Rays
    Toronto's offense squandered a fine outing by starter J.A. Happ in a 1-0 loss to the Rays on Wednesday at Tropicana Field. The win gave the Rays the series sweep and dropped Toronto to 1-5 against Tampa Bay this season. It also marked the 12th time the Blue Jays have been held to one run or fewer this season.
  • Zeuch is lights out for Fisher Cats
    Here's MLB Pipeline's roundup of the top prospect performances in the Minor Leagues on Thursday.
  • Blue Jays seek support in All-Star voting
    Major League Baseball announced the first American League update of the Camping World All-Star Ballot on Tuesday, and there are close races at catcher, first base and shortstop.
  • Tulo making progress, optimistic for 2018 return
    Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki is optimistic that he will be back on the field for Toronto at some point in the 2018 season.
  • Blue Jays, top Draft pick Groshans have deal
    The Blue Jays have agreed to a deal with their top pick from the 2018 Draft, Jordan Groshans, according to a report from MLB Network Insider Jon Heyman on Tuesday.
  • Bichette homers for New Hampshire
    Here's MLB Pipeline's roundup of the top prospect performances in the Minor Leagues on Tuesday.
  • Toronto bats can't pick up inconsistent Garcia
    Toronto starter Jaime Garcia struggled with his command all evening and the Blue Jays bats went silent in a 4-1 loss to Tampa Bay on Tuesday night at Tropicana Field.
  • Gaviglio loses steam as Toronto falls to Rays
    The Blue Jays were on a mini-roll, getting seven consecutive quality starts from their pitching staff. But that streak came to an end on Monday night, as right-hander Sam Gaviglio, staked to a lead three times by his offense, struggled in an 8-4 loss to the Rays at Tropicana Field, halting Toronto's four-game winning streak.
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