Sonny Gray is scheduled to take the mound for the A's on Tuesday in Toronto as trade speculation continues to swirl ahead of the non-waiver Trade Deadline. The Blue Jays will counter with Cesar Valdez, who is joining the rotation after Aaron Sanchez returned to the disabled list with blister issues for the fourth time this season.
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The Blue Jays returned home from a grueling three-city road trip desperately needing a victory, and Russell Martin made sure they got one.
Pretty much every player in baseball insists they aren't worried about the upcoming non-waiver Trade Deadline, but it's actually believable when it comes from Francisco Liriano. He has been there, done that.
MLBPipeline.com's midseason Top 100 Prospects list is defined by youth (eight of the top 10 players are 20 or younger) and headlined by more hitters (each of the top 11) and international players (each of the top eight) than ever before.
The Blue Jays have been trending in the wrong direction since the All-Star break, and with the non-waiver Trade Deadline just one week away, their approach is changing to reflect that reality.
The Blue Jays and Yankees pulled off a Minor League deal on Sunday afternoon, with Toronto acquiring utlity man Rob Refsnyder and sending first baseman Ryan McBroom the other way.
The Indians pounced for four runs in the first inning, and that would be more than enough for a dominant Corey Kluber in an 8-1 rout of the Blue Jays on Sunday as Cleveland finished a three-game sweep at Progressive Field.
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 MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
The Blue Jays came out of the All-Star break knowing full well that they needed to turn things around in a hurry before they could be considered realistic contenders in the American League East. It didn't happen.
Max Schrock took full advantage of Double-A Midland's doubleheader, collecting a total of five hits and six RBIs in the two wins over Corpus Christi on Sunday.
First it was Aaron Sanchez and now it's Marcus Stroman who is dealing with a blister on his right hand that just won't go away. Stroman initially developed the blister during a start against the Yankees before the All-Star break. It resurfaced during Toronto's 2-1 loss to Cleveland in 10 innings on Saturday night at Progressive Field, but he still found a way to toss 7 2/3 quality frames.
After missing seven weeks with a right shoulder strain, Danny Salazar came back pitching as well as he ever has, and Francisco Lindor belted his first career walk-off homer as the Indians topped the Blue Jays, 2-1, in 10 innings on Saturday night at Progressive Field.
Aaron Sanchez said he is "absolutely not" considering shutting it down for the season after being placed on the disabled list for the fourth time because of a blister on his right middle finger.
Troy Tulowitzki was held out of the Blue Jays' lineup on Saturday night because of a sore groin muscle and he is considered day to day.
The Blue Jays' starting rotation was supposed to be their biggest strength but instead has became their biggest liability, and the ripple effect is now being felt in the bullpen. Toronto's relief corps finished Friday's 13-3 loss having tossed the second-most innings in the American League.
The Tribe won their series opener against the Blue Jays on Friday night at Progressive Field, scoring 12 unanswered runs to win, 13-3, behind a four-run fifth inning and an eight-run seventh.
It's not a secret that when Touki Toussaint is right he can miss bats with the best of them. That was the case on Friday, as the Braves' No. 11 prospect matched his career highs with 11 strikeouts in eight innings as he recorded his second straight double-digit strikeout performance for Class A Advanced Florida.
Justin Smoak's breakthrough season seems to be getting better and better with each passing day. In June, it was a new a career high in home runs and in July, it's a career high in RBIs.
A stout Blue Jays bullpen was up to the task for seven-plus innings Thursday afternoon, helping Toronto escape Fenway Park with an 8-6 win over the Red Sox and a split of the four-game series.
The Blue Jays placed right-hander Mike Bolsinger on the 10-day disabled list Wednesday afternoon with inflammation in his left knee.
Finally, the Red Sox could relax a little. After a string of tension-filled games coming out of the All-Star break, the bats strung together some early offense and Drew Pomeranz made it stand up, lifting Boston to a 5-1 victory over the Blue Jays on Wednesday night at Fenway Park.
Astros prospects Daz Cameron and Ronnie Dawson put up monster numbers to help lead Class A Quad Cities to a 20-3 win over Lansing on Wednesday night. The duo combined to go 6-for-9 with two triples, three home runs, four runs scored and eight RBIs on a night where everything went right for the River Bandits' offense.
Hanley Ramirez sent everyone home early Wednesday morning with a walk-off homer that soared over the Green Monster, giving the Red Sox a 5-4 win over the Blue Jays in 15 innings at Fenway Park.
Tyler O'Neill is heating up lately, having homered in three straight games and boasting a .327 average through 14 games this month.
Mike Bolsinger became the second Blue Jays pitcher in franchise history to strike out four batters in the same inning during Tuesday night's 5-4, 15-inning loss to the Red Sox at Fenway Park.
The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association revealed the 30 preliminary winners of the 2017 Heart and Hustle Award on Tuesday. The honor is the only one voted on by former players, and is bestowed each year upon the active player who most represents a passion for the game of baseball, and best embodies the values, spirit and tradition of the game.
It took longer than initially expected, but the Blue Jays are starting to see a strong return on one of their key offseason additions. Since his return in late June from a calf injury, Steve Pearce has been everything the Blue Jays could have hoped for, with the latest example coming during a 4-3 victory over the Red Sox on Monday night at Fenway Park.
The Blue Jays bent, but they did not break in a pivotal series opener against the division-rival Red Sox at Fenway Park. Toronto is trying to keep its postseason hopes alive in the days leading up to the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline, and Monday night's 4-3 victory over the first-place Red Sox was a small step in that direction.
J.P. Crawford's season has been a struggle, but the Phillies No. 1 prospect has shown signs of life lately, including a 2-for-4 performance in Triple-A Lehigh Valley's 8-4 win over Gwinnett on Monday.
The Tigers withstood a barrage of Blue Jays home runs to take the rubber match of a three-game series at Comerica Park. Miguel Cabrera's bases-loaded walk forced home Alex Avila in the 11th inning for a 6-5 Detroit win Sunday afternoon.
Just three games removed from the All-Star break and with seven games to go on a lengthy road trip, Toronto's seemingly taxed bullpen was the last topic manager John Gibbons wanted to discuss.
Michael Fulmer missed out on pitching in the All-Star Game presented by Mastercard earlier this week, but he continues to pitch like an All-Star. His eight innings of two-hit ball lifted the Tigers to an 11-1 win over the Blue Jays on Saturday at Comerica Park.
Before Friday's game, Toronto manager John Gibbons talked about using reliever Joe Biagini in low-leverage situations. The goal was to work him back into a groove as he transitioned from his fill-in starting role to a relief spot, where he'd had so much success a year ago.
Aaron Sanchez looked more like himself Friday night, outdueling Justin Verlander with six strong innings, allowing one unearned run as the Blue Jays opened their second half with a 5-1 win over the Tigers to open a critical three-game series for both clubs at Comerica Park.