Reminder: Beer Cans Are Not Tools For Catching Baseballs
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This Blue Jays fan saw a foul ball headed his way during today’s game at Rogers Centre against the Braves. He then tried to catch the ball, apparently, with his can of beer. The result: he didn’t catch the ball, and he wasted beer. Gotta save at least o…Share Tweet
Blue Jays shortstop Jose Reyes may be facing a trip to the disabled list with a broken rib, according to a report from the Toronto Star. The newspaper reported on Friday that Reyes has been playing with the cracked rib for "almost a week." The…Share TweetMark Buehrle and Chris Archer appeared to be shouting at each other from their respective dugouts after Rays third baseman Evan Longoria was hit by a pitch from Blue Jays reliever Marco Estrada and was subsequently forced to the leave the game on Thursd…Share Tweet
Cash ejected for first time as a managerMLB.com Apr 16 (yesterday)Kevin Cash got ejected for the first time as manager of the Rays in the eighth inning of Thursday night's game against the Blue Jays.Share Tweetyahoo.com Apr 16 (yesterday)From time to time, The Stew will highlight an under-the-radar player making noise in MLB. Maybe it’s an upstart star, a rookie coming into the league or player having a breakout season. Today, we tell you all about Kevin Pillar, the Toronto Blue Jays’ b…Share TweetIt’s only been three games, but already there are concerns about the new artificial turf at the Rogers Centre, the home of the Toronto Blue Jays. In the 26 years since its opening, the Rogers Centre, neé SkyDome, has gone through five different kinds of…Share TweetJose Bautista, Devon Travis and Dalton Pompey each homered while Josh Donaldson enjoyed a three-hit right as the Blue Jays scored early and often in an 12-7 victory over the Rays on Wednesday night at Rogers Centre on Jackie Robinson Day.Share Tweet
Steven Souza Jr. launches monster home run in Rays' winyahoo.com Apr 15 (3 days ago)Steven Souza Jr.'s big game at the plate in Tampa Bay's 3-2 win over Toronto on Tuesday started off with a bang. Souza smashed a 463-foot solo shot to deep center field off Blue Jays left-hander Daniel Norris in the first inning to put the Rays on the b…Share TweetCan't say enough good things about Jake Odorizzi these days, as the right-hander turned in his second quality outing in as many starts this season against the Blue Jays on Monday night.Share Tweet
Knuckling under: Dickey foiled by command issuesMLB.com Apr 13 (5 days ago)One of R.A. Dickey's top priorities this season is limiting his number of walks, but he didn't have much luck in that area as he issued five free passes in the Blue Jays' 2-1 loss to the Rays on Monday night.Share TweetMLB.com Apr 13 (5 days ago)Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred has left the door open to the possibility of the Blue Jays hosting an All-Star Game in the not-so-distant future.Share Tweet
Jose Bautista's Home-Run Skip Was Part Of A Two-Year-Old Grudgedeadspin.com Apr 13 (5 days ago)After Orioles reliever Darren O’Day threw behind Jose Bautista Sunday, the Blue Jays outfielder slapped a two-run home run as Toronto won, 10-7. Bautista started his trot by skipping for a few seconds. Though it was enjoyable enough without context, the…Share TweetWhen a franchise has gone 21 seasons without advancing to the postseason, as Toronto has done, building positive momentum right from the get-go can only be a plus. That becomes even more pertinent considering that the Blue Jays are relying on six rookie…Share Tweet
Three homers lead Blue Jays past O's to claim seriesJose Reyes went 3-for-5 with an RBI and Blue Jays rookie Dalton Pompey and Jose Bautista each delivered two-run homers to lead Toronto to a 10-7 slugfest series win over Baltimore on Sunday at Camden Yards. Adam Jones homered and chipped in three RBIs, …Share Tweet
Saunders has setback with tight right hamstringMichael Saunders was removed from his rehab game with Class A Advanced Dunedin on Sunday afternoon because of a tight right hamstring. The Blue Jays have been monitoring the outfielder's progression before considering him for a callup.Share Tweet
Andriese to make first Major League start Tuesday vs. TorontoMatt Andriese will make his first Major League start on Tuesday night for the Rays against the Toronto Blue Jays.Share Tweet
Schoop's first slam could be sign of things to comeMLB.com Apr 11 (7 days ago)Jonathan Schoop proved his strength with a fifth-inning grand slam in the O's 7-1 victory over the Blue Jays on Saturday, the first of his career, and manager Buck Showalter said the second baseman is learning every day.Share Tweet
Southpaw Wright headed to disabled listMLB.com Apr 11 (7 days ago)The Orioles placed pitcher Wesley Wright on the disabled list and added knuckleballer Eddie Gamboa in his place prior to Saturday's game vs. the Blue Jays.Share Tweet
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