Marcus Stroman makes his final home start of the 2017 season on Sunday afternoon in the Blue Jays' series finale against the Yankees, who will counter with Jaime Garcia.
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Joe Biagini is still trying to crack the code of starting at the Major League level. He's flashed the potential of being an efficient workhorse in the back end of the Blue Jays' rotation, but Saturday's 5-1 loss to the Yankees will be filed away as another learning experience.
The Yankees clinched the 53rd postseason berth in franchise history on Saturday afternoon, with Greg Bird cracking a three-run homer to support Sonny Gray's solid effort in a 5-1 victory over the Blue Jays. Shaking hands on the field before cutting loose behind closed doors, this exciting crop of "Baby Bombers" now plans to savor high-stakes baseball.
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Ryan Goins pulled off a hidden ball trick that caught Todd Frazier napping, then slugged a grand slam that ended Masahiro Tanaka's night as the Blue Jays trounced the Yankees, 8-1, on Friday evening at Rogers Centre.
Try, and if you don't succeed, try, try again. That's Ryan Goins' motto when it comes to the hidden ball trick, and for once, he finally pulled it off. Goins has attempted the sneaky move many times throughout his career, and on Friday night at Rogers Centre, he tried it at the right time, against the right player. Goins caught Todd Frazier napping at second base and later capped an impressive night with a grand slam to lead the Blue Jays to an 8-1 win over the Yankees.
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The following is an excerpt from this week's Pipeline Podcast, in which Tim McMaster, Jim Callis and Jonathan Mayo discuss which top prospects have improved their stock the most in 2017, which rookies have the most long-term potential and whether scouts think Shohei Otani will make a better hitter or pitcher in the big leagues. The guys also interview Blue Jays No. 2 prospect Bo Bichette.
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Marco Estrada's stock was trending upward, and with free agency looming in November, he would not have to wait long to find out his market value. He also didn't care.
Jason Vargas turned in one of his best outings of the season at the perfect time, going 6 1/3 strong innings to help lead the Royals to a 1-0 win over the Blue Jays on Thursday night in the rubber game at Rogers Centre.
The Royals wasted no time on Wednesday night in Toronto, jumping out to a nine-run lead in the second inning and holding on for a 15-5 win over the Blue Jays.
Carlos Ramirez's eye-opening innings streak through the Major League and Minors has finally come to an end.
There are less than two weeks remaining in the Blue Jays' season, but before it comes to an end, Marcus Stroman has a couple items that need to be checked off his to-do list.
Marcus Stroman pitched another gem on Tuesday night at Rogers Centre.
Josh Donaldson's homer-heavy second half continued with his second two-homer game in as many days.
The Twins erased an early five-run deficit with a pair of huge innings to power past the Blue Jays.
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The Atlantic Maroon were crowned champions of Tournament 12 on Sunday night at Rogers Centre, and they won it with a little help from two new friends.
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Josh Donaldson clubbed a pair of homers to back a gem by Marco Estrada, as the Blue Jays pushed past the Twins, 7-2, on Saturday night at Target Field. Minnesota has lost back-to-back games to Toronto and dropped its lead for the second American League Wild Card spot to one game over the Angels, who beat the Rangers.
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Tournament 12 means different things to different players. Some of the young Canadian amateurs at Rogers Centre this weekend are looking to put their name on the map for the first time, while others, like Noah Naylor, are padding an already stacked resume.
It doesn't seem to matter which Twins pitcher Josh Donaldson faces. He typically tends to hit well whenever he faces Minnesota. That was certainly the case Saturday night at Target Field for the Blue Jays third baseman. Donaldson slugged two homers, including one to score the game's first run, to lift Toronto to a 7-2 win over Minnesota.
Tournament 12 was back in action on Saturday at Rogers Centre in Toronto as the top young Canadian amateur baseball players showcased their talent for college and professional scouts.
Josh Donaldson and Kevin Pillar backed left-hander J.A. Happ with solo homers, as the Jays edged the Twins by a score of 4-3 on Friday at Target Field. Minnesota's lead dropped to 2 1/2 games for the second spot in the American League Wild Card race, pending the result of the Rangers-Angels game.
It's no secret that catcher Russell Martin is a key cog in the Blue Jays' lineup. Martin displayed that in just his second game back since returning from the disabled list, hitting a pair of doubles to lift Toronto past Minnesota, 4-3, on Friday night at Target Field.
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Ben Abram, one of the premier young arms at Tournament 12 in Toronto this weekend, threw four strong innings in Ontario Green's 5-3 win over Ontario Black on Friday night at Rogers Centre.
Blue Jays manager John Gibbons was certain that left-hander Brett Anderson was going to go deep into the game, after watching his early innings from the visitors' dugout at Target Field on Thursday night.
For the second consecutive night, the Twins won on a walk-off homer, as Byron Buxton delivered a two-out blast in the 10th inning to push his club past the Blue Jays, 3-2, on Thursday night at Target Field.