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DeRosa, Cabrera help Blue Jays snap skid

DeRosa, Cabrera help Blue Jays snap skid

MLB.com Updated May 5, 2013
The Blue Jays' offense broke out in a big way and Brandon Morrow was solid on the mound, as Toronto defeated the Mariners, 10-2, on Sunday at Rogers Centre.
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  • Third baseman Lawrie gets rare day off

    Third baseman Lawrie gets rare day off

    MLB.com May 5, 2013
    Brett Lawrie was on the Blue Jays' bench on Sunday for the first time since returning to the lineup on Apr. 16. Lawrie's played in 18 straight games, and has a .260 OBP, with three home runs, seven RBIs, and five runs scored.
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  • The Juice: Dustin Ackley launches first career grand slam as Ma…

    The Juice: Dustin Ackley launches first career grand slam as Mariners overpower Blue Jays

    yahoo.com May 5, 2013
    Your browser does not support iframes. The Juice returns for season No. 6! It's almost eligible for free-agency! Stop by daily for news from the action, along with great photos, stats, video highlights and more. The signs did not get any more encouragin…
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  • Video - Blue Jays Cruise Past Mariners 00:32

    Blue Jays Cruise Past Mariners

    May 5
    Brandon Morrow struck out eight in eight innings to help the Blue Jays beat the Mariners 10-2.

Sports Columnists

  • Clayton's mailbag: Don't overlook AFC North

    May 5
    Don't overlook the strong offseasons put together in the AFC North by the Ravens, Steelers and Bengals, writes John Clayton.
  • Rogers sees 'good chance' he could play in MLS this year

    May 5
    Former U.S. national team winger Robbie Rogers, who stepped away from the sport in February after announcing he is gay, said Sunday that "there's a really good chance" he'll play in Major League Soccer this season.
  • Rogers sees good chance he could play in MLS this season

    May 5
    Former U.S. national team winger Robbie Rogers, who stepped away from the sport in February after announcing he is gay, said Sunday that "there's a really good chance" he'll play in Major League Soccer this season.