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This is always a stressful time of year for Major League Baseball’s 30 general managers, who are evaluating talent, juggling financial implications and trying to figure out ways to make their teams better as Tuesday’s trade deadline approaches. Now there’s another factor in the wheeling-and-dealing calculus — COVID-19 vaccination status. “It’s certainly one of the […]

 As Toronto Blue Jays management attempts to improve its roster before Tuesday’s trade deadline, a pair of acquisitions in the past 12 months, Jose Berrios and Matt Chapman continue to enjoy their most productive stints with their new team. Berrios pitched another sound seven innings with seven strikeouts and surrendered only one run on three […]

Teoscar Hernandez doesn’t always grab the headlines like his Toronto Blue Jays teammates, but there’s no denying he can be an impact player. Hernandez’s three-run homer was part of a four-run comeback as the Toronto Blue Jays rallied past the Detroit Tigers 5-3 on Saturday. Toronto interim manager John Schneider said Hernandez should not be […]

Blue Jays starter Alek Manoah had just given up a solo home run to Willi Castro when his night got even worse. Tigers second baseman Jonathan Schoop hit a comebacker that went off of Manoah’s throwing elbow, dropping the burly Toronto ace to his knees. The ball bounced toward shortstop Santiago Espinal, who got the […]

After more than two decades without a playoff appearance, the Seattle Mariners made a clear statement Friday night they intend to see their postseason drought come to an end this year. The Mariners acquired the top starting pitcher on the trade market, getting All-Star Luis Castillo from the payroll-paring Cincinnati Reds for four minor league […]

After spending about three weeks on the injured list, Yusei Kikuchi didn’t want to come off the field. Kikuchi struck out five and gave up one run to earn the win as the Toronto Blue Jays held off the Detroit Tigers for a 5-3 win on Thursday. It was Kikuchi’s first start for the Blue […]

Toronto Blue Jays President and CEO Mark Shapiro announced plans for $300 million worth of renovations to Rogers Centre that will take place over the next two to three off-seasons. Come opening day next April, Shapiro said during a news conference Thursday, fans can expect to see considerable changes to the 33-year-old stadium, which include […]

The Toronto Blue Jays have been one of the hottest teams in baseball but they struggled against the 2006 St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday. Albert Pujols had a three-run homer and made Cardinals history as St. Louis beat the Blue Jays 6-1 to snap Toronto’s seven-game win streak. The 42-year-old first baseman singled in the […]

George Springer’s sixth inning grand slam lifted the Blue Jays over the St. Louis Cardinals 10-3 on Tuesday to extend Toronto’s win streak to seven. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. had a two-run bomb in the first inning for Toronto (54-43) and Alejandro Kirk added a solo homer. Matt Chapman drove in two runs with singles. Jose […]

Veteran Blue Jays broadcaster Buck Martinez is set to make his return to the booth tonight when Toronto takes on the St. Louis Cardinals. Martinez, 73, stepped away from the job in mid-April after being diagnosed with cancer. He has since completed his treatment for the disease. His ties to the Blue Jays date back […]