Blue Jays News

  • Stroman holds down Red Sox in Jays' rout

    Marcus Stroman carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning, while Juan Francisco fell a double shy of the cycle in the Blue Jays' 8-0 series-clinching win over the Red Sox in front of a sellout crowd of 46,683 at Rogers Centre on Thursday.

  • Jays' Francisco breaks out with huge game

    Juan Francisco's bat has cooled down considerably after a scorching-hot May, but he showed signs of turning it around with a 3-for-4 game on Thursday in which he fell a double shy of the cycle.

  • Tied with Jays, Yanks tab Kuroda vs. Buehrle

    Mark Buehrle will vie for an elusive 11th win this season and Hiroki Kuroda will start for the Yankees when the Blue Jays visit the Bronx on Friday night for the first of three games between two clubs tied for second place in the American League East.

  • Blue Jays' Sanchez enjoys impressive debut

    It turns out Blue Jays manager John Gibbons wasn't joking when he said earlier this week that Aaron Sanchez was going to be tossed into the fire. Making his debut in Wednesday's 6-4 win, Toronto's top prospect responded by retiring Boston's Dustin Pedroia, David Ortiz and Mike Napoli in order in the first of his two scoreless innings.

  • Jays rally, pick up Dickey and beat Red Sox

    R.A. Dickey finally got some run support as Ryan Goins hit a key RBI triple and Jose Bautista homered in the Blue Jays' 6-4 victory over the Red Sox on Wednesday night at Rogers Centre.

  • Encarnacion, Lind may not need rehab stints

    The Blue Jays have contemplated the idea of activating Adam Lind and Edwin Encarnacion from the 15-day disabled list without putting them on a rehab assignment.

  • Blue Jays assign reliever Santos to Triple-A

    Sergio Santos cleared waivers on Wednesday afternoon and will be assigned to Triple-A Buffalo.

  • Jays visit hospital, put smiles on kids' faces

    Children at SickKids Hospital were paid a visit by group of Blue Jays and their families Wednesday morning ahead of the team's evening game against the Red Sox.

  • Jays back Happ's scoreless start vs. Boston

    Escaping a few jams, left-hander J.A. Happ tossed six scoreless innings while Jose Reyes and Dioner Navarro homered in the Blue Jays' 7-3 victory over the Red Sox on Tuesday night at Rogers Centre.

  • Melky collects two RBIs, both off hurlers' legs

    Melky Cabrera played a pivotal role in the Blue Jays' 7-3 victory over the Red Sox on Tuesday night, doing so in rather unique fashion. Cabrera had a pair of RBI singles that went off opposing pitchers' legs. In both cases, the ball didn't travel very far, but was enough out of Boston's reach to make an impact.

  • Top prospect Sanchez promoted by Blue Jays

    The Blue Jays called up their top prospect, right-hander Aaron Sanchez, amid a flurry of roster moves Tuesday. He has the potential to become a front-line starter, but for now, he will work out of the bullpen as Toronto attempts to remain in the American League East race.

  • Jays' Goins given another chance to win job

    Ryan Goins has a second chance to secure his spot in the Blue Jays' lineup after he was recalled from Triple-A Buffalo on Tuesday afternoon.

  • Buehrle wins Jays' Heart and Hustle Award

    The Major League Baseball Players' Alumni Association has given the 2014 Blue Jays Heart and Hustle Award to veteran left-hander Mark Buehrle.

  • Jays designate reliever Santos for assignment

    The Sergio Santos era in Toronto could be coming to an end after the Blue Jays announced Monday afternoon that he had been designated for assignment. Major League teams have until Wednesday to claim Santos and the prorated amount of his $3.75 million salary. If Santos clears waivers, the Blue Jays will be able to send him to Triple-A Buffalo.

  • Blue Jays alums help open youth field in Ottawa

    The Blue Jays hosted a day of baseball celebrations in Ottawa on Friday, officially opening a newly refurbished baseball diamond in South Nepean and providing a Blue Jays Baseball Academy Instructional Clinic hosted by select Blue Jays alumni.