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    Blue Jays prospect Bichette hit by pitch, breaks left hand: reports

    Blue Jays prospect Bichette hit by pitch, breaks left hand: reports


    Toronto Blue Jays prospect Bo Bichette suffered a broken left hand when he was hit by a pitch in a minor league game, according to multiple reports...

    Toronto Blue Jays prospect Bo Bichette suffered a broken left hand when he was hit by a pitch in a minor league game, according to multiple reports Tuesday.

    Blue Jays lose another starter, win another game against A's

    Blue Jays lose another starter, win another game against A's


    Justin Smoak got thrown out on a wild sequence that began with another sensational play by Oakland centre fielder Ramon Laureano, but wound up with four hits as the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Athletics 5-4 Sunday for a three-game...

    Justin Smoak got thrown out on a wild sequence that began with another sensational play by Oakland centre fielder Ramon Laureano, but wound up with four hits as the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Athletics 5-4 Sunday for a three-game sweep.

    Matt Shoemaker tears ACL, ending Blue Jays hurler's season

    Matt Shoemaker tears ACL, ending Blue Jays hurler's season


    Matt Shoemaker had to choke back tears after tests revealed a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee Sunday, cutting short yet another promising season for Toronto's oft-injured...

    Matt Shoemaker had to choke back tears after tests revealed a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee Sunday, cutting short yet another promising season for Toronto's oft-injured right-hander.

    50 years ago, the Expos made their Montreal debut

    50 years ago, the Expos made their Montreal debut


    The Expos home opener was the first Major League Baseball game to be played outside the U.S., and that game began a love affair that has endured through the...

    The Expos home opener was the first Major League Baseball game to be played outside the U.S., and that game began a love affair that has endured through the years.

    Jays' prospect Vlad Guerrero Jr. makes smashing 2019 Triple-A debut

    Jays' prospect Vlad Guerrero Jr. makes smashing 2019 Triple-A debut


    Toronto Blue Jays prospect Vladimir Guerrero Jr. made his debut with Triple-A Buffalo on Thursday and showed why many think he is already ready to join the big league...

    Toronto Blue Jays prospect Vladimir Guerrero Jr. made his debut with Triple-A Buffalo on Thursday and showed why many think he is already ready to join the big league club.

    Red Sox World Series celebration turns into banner day for Blue Jays

    Red Sox World Series celebration turns into banner day for Blue Jays


    Matt Shoemaker pitched into the sixth inning to earn his third straight win, Lourdes Gurriel Jr. hit an RBI single and stole home, and the visiting Toronto Blue Jays defeated the Boston Red Sox 7-5 Tuesday afternoon on the day the Red Sox unfurled their...

    Matt Shoemaker pitched into the sixth inning to earn his third straight win, Lourdes Gurriel Jr. hit an RBI single and stole home, and the visiting Toronto Blue Jays defeated the Boston Red Sox 7-5 Tuesday afternoon on the day the Red Sox unfurled their 2018 world championship banner at Fenway Park.

    Yer out: Trump administration cancels MLB deal with Cuba

    Yer out: Trump administration cancels MLB deal with Cuba


    The Trump administration is moving to end a deal allowing Cuban baseball players to sign contracts directly with Major League Baseball teams. The change will once again require Cuban players to cut ties with their national program before signing with...

    The Trump administration is moving to end a deal allowing Cuban baseball players to sign contracts directly with Major League Baseball teams. The change will once again require Cuban players to cut ties with their national program before signing with MLB.

    Former Braves, Blue Jays manager Bobby Cox hospitalized

    Former Braves, Blue Jays manager Bobby Cox hospitalized


    Hall of Famer Bobby Cox, the Atlanta Braves former longtime manager, has been admitted into an Atlanta-area hospital. He ranks fourth all-time with 2,504 wins in 29 years as a manager, including four with the Toronto Blue...

    Hall of Famer Bobby Cox, the Atlanta Braves former longtime manager, has been admitted into an Atlanta-area hospital. He ranks fourth all-time with 2,504 wins in 29 years as a manager, including four with the Toronto Blue Jays.

    No-doubt home run, bat flip punctuate Bryce Harper's return to Washington

    No-doubt home run, bat flip punctuate Bryce Harper's return to Washington


    The first boos, guttural and loud in a mostly empty ballpark, greeted Bryce Harper during pregame introductions 15 minutes before the rain-delayed first pitch Tuesday night, as he stood in the Nationals Park visitor's dugout wearing another team's...

    The first boos, guttural and loud in a mostly empty ballpark, greeted Bryce Harper during pregame introductions 15 minutes before the rain-delayed first pitch Tuesday night, as he stood in the Nationals Park visitor's dugout wearing another team's uniform.

    Blue Jays sign Randal Grichuk to 5-year, $52M extension

    Blue Jays sign Randal Grichuk to 5-year, $52M extension


    The Toronto Blue Jays have signed outfielder Randal Grichuk to a $52-million US five-year contract...

    The Toronto Blue Jays have signed outfielder Randal Grichuk to a $52-million US five-year contract extension.

    'Superman' is flying away: Jays trade fan favourite Kevin Pillar to Giants

    'Superman' is flying away: Jays trade fan favourite Kevin Pillar to Giants


    The Toronto Blue Jays have traded popular centre-fielder Kevin Pillar to the San Francisco Giants for right-handed pitchers Juan De Paula and Derek Law and infielder Alen...

    The Toronto Blue Jays have traded popular centre-fielder Kevin Pillar to the San Francisco Giants for right-handed pitchers Juan De Paula and Derek Law and infielder Alen Hanson.

    Jays tell Guerrero Jr. they'll wait until he's 'locked in at the plate'

    Jays tell Guerrero Jr. they'll wait until he's 'locked in at the plate'


    Star Blue Jays prospect Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is working his way back from an oblique strain, taking part in extended spring training...

    Star Blue Jays prospect Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is working his way back from an oblique strain, taking part in extended spring training games.

    Patience will pay dividends for Blue Jays in long run: Ross Atkins

    Patience will pay dividends for Blue Jays in long run: Ross Atkins


    Ahead of Thursday's season opener, Toronto general manager Ross Atkins spoke about the team's timeline for contention and placed emphasis on patience and the long-term view in evaluation of the Blue...

    Ahead of Thursday's season opener, Toronto general manager Ross Atkins spoke about the team's timeline for contention and placed emphasis on patience and the long-term view in evaluation of the Blue Jays.

    Jays trade Kendrys Morales to Oakland on eve of opener

    Jays trade Kendrys Morales to Oakland on eve of opener


    Veteran designated hitter Kendrys Morales was traded by the Toronto Blue Jays to the Oakland Athletics on Wednesday...

    Veteran designated hitter Kendrys Morales was traded by the Toronto Blue Jays to the Oakland Athletics on Wednesday night.

    6 big things to know for the new baseball season

    6 big things to know for the new baseball season


    It's Opening Day. Snuck up on you, right? Well here are some top-line stories and trends you should know about before the first...

    It's Opening Day. Snuck up on you, right? Well here are some top-line stories and trends you should know about before the first pitch.

    Why the Blue Jays could make the playoffs — but probably won't

    Why the Blue Jays could make the playoffs — but probably won't


    Last season, the Blue Jays were old and slow, unathletic and limited — both at the plate and in the field. In 2019, Toronto is turning its roster over to a younger group of players. Could that change pay off with a playoff...

    Last season, the Blue Jays were old and slow, unathletic and limited — both at the plate and in the field. In 2019, Toronto is turning its roster over to a younger group of players. Could that change pay off with a playoff berth?