On a day which used to be known as Flashback Friday the Blue Jays turned the clocks way, way back.
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Before we start the proceedings you might need a little perspective.
Do the Minnesota Twins respect Edwin Encarnacion.
There were a few snickers before Thursday’s game when Colby Rasmus told reporters the Houston Astros were looking to “sweep” the Toronto Blue Jays.
The Toronto Blue Jays have zero interest in making a trade for Dan Duquette.
The biggest trade in Blue Jays history?
Now, if Earl Weaver were still around, or maybe former Toronto Blue Jays hitting coach Gene Tenace, Thursday’s pre-game pep talk to Baltimore Orioles hitters would have gone something like this:
Derek Jeter told MLB commissioner Bud Selig he didn’t want “anything special” for his final All-Star Game.
The two sluggers sat in front of the third-base dugout as the Gilette Home Run Derby unfolded at Target Field Monday night
He has snapped fans out of their seats at the Rogers Centre this month the way Jose Bautista, Carlos Delgado, Dave Winfield, Paul Molitor and George Bell have in the past.
Turns out that the bats – the ones that worked – had been shipped to Maryland. They didn’t arrive until Sunday morning.
Before Game 5, Adam Wainwright could be lumped in with a number of St. Louis Cardinals stud hoss starters who have carried them into October 10 times since 2000.
Michael Wacha has flirted with greatness before.
The re-construction process of the Pittsburgh Pirates began the way most re- building plans work: with the amateur draft.
The Pittsburgh Pirates easily dispatched the Cincinnati Reds in the National League wild-card game to get to Busch Stadium on Thursday afternoon.
The Blue Jays have always dealt from a position of strength come trade time.
Dan Jennings, assistant general manager of the Miami Marlins, pulled his car over in front of his downtown Toronto hotel Monday afternoon and popped the trunk.
How many games are the Blue Jays on top in the American League East anyway?
The talks that culminated the 12-player deal between the Miami Marlins and the Blue Jays reached a crescendo on Nov. 8.
Released in Atlanta, banned in San Fran, ladies and gentleman playing left field for YOUR Toronto Blue Jays ... Melky Cabrera.