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Brett Lawrie of the Toronto Blue Jays was at a shopping mall in Toronto on Saturday night when a suspect opened fire, resulting in a fatality and several other serious injuries. Lawrie told reporters on Sunday about the incident in which one person was killed, two were left in serious condition and three others were treated for gunshot wounds. Lawrie and a friend were in the vicinity when the shooting took place and had to evacuate the premises. "We were down by the subway and we just didn't know how to really get out of the place, so we were like, 'OK, we have to go a couple of floors up,'" Lawrie told reporters. "Then as soon as we were going up the first flight of stairs, we heard, 'bang, bang, bang, bang' as fast as you could pull a trigger. "We were kind of skeptical on what we heard, and sure enough, we turned around and there were a bunch of people running up the stairs. Usually these people wouldn't be running out of a...
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IN THE LINE OF FIRE
Blue Jays third baseman Brett Lawrie was by a Toronto mall when a shooting took place and live-tweeted about the incident.
First, the eyewitness account from the Blue Jays Brett Lawrie when he was interviewed on Connected nightside...
Lawrie has over 125,000 followers on Twitter and tweeted from inside Eaton Centre where one person was killed and seven others were injured when someone opened fire in the mall in downtown Toronto Saturday evening...
Some examples from @blawrie13...
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Guerrero, who signed a minor league deal with Toronto on May 10, reported...
Toronto Blue Jays designated hitter Edwin Encarnacion left Sunday’s game early after getting hit on his right wrist by a pitch from Daniel Bard.
Encarnacion, and early season MVP candidate, stayed in the game after several minutes with the Blue Jays training staff, only to be removed for Jeff Mathis later in the game.
An MRI taken after the game showed that Encarnacion suffered...
A gunman fired shots in a crowded food court in one of Canada's busiest malls Saturday killing a man and injuring seven others, police said.
Police constable Victor Kwong said two people were in critical condition after being shot at Eaton Centre in downtown Toronto, including a 13-year old boy, and the 25-year-old man who was killed died at the scene. Kwong said six people...
TORONTO - Blue Jays starter Drew Hutchison has found his release point and has been pitching like an experienced major-leaguer instead of a 21-year-old. Boston's Daniel Bard could not find his release point and threw like he didn't know where the ball was going. That was the difference as the Toronto Blue Jays defeated the Boston Red Sox 5-1 on Sunday at Rogers Centre...
After sweeping the Orioles, I wasn’t quite sure how the Blue Jays would do against the Boston Red Sox this past weekend.
Well, the Jay’s winning streak came to an end on Friday, as the Jays got hammered 7-2. Earlier in the game, their defense was good, but they were unable to produce runs, which allowed Boston to break the game wide open in the middle and late innings. ...
Jose Bautista hit a three-run home run, rookie Drew Hutchison won for the fourth time in five starts and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Boston Red Sox 5-1 Sunday to avoid a three-game sweep.
In an ill-tempered game that featured four hit batters, home plate umpire Mike Winters warned both benches after Boston's Kevin Youkilis was drilled on the shoulder in the sixth. Youkilis...
The Toronto Blue Jays are trying to end their longest road losing streak of the season.
A visit to Chicago might not provide the ideal opportunity to get it done.
The Blue Jays look to avoid a sixth consecutive road loss Tuesday night against the AL Central-leading White Sox.
Though Toronto (28-26) is fresh off a 4-2 homestand against Baltimore and Boston, it lost the final five...
For two consecutive weekends, the Toronto Blue Jays find themselves slaves to a superior line-up. Last weekend it was the Texas Rangers and the super-human Josh Hamilton. This past Friday and Saturday, the resurgent Boston Red Sox have rolled into town and are showing why they rank second in the AL in batting average and RBIs.
All five losses, up to Saturdays 7-4 defeat, can...
TORONTO -- Daniel Nava hit a two-run single in the four-run second inning and left-hander Felix Doubront struck out seven in 6 1/3 innings Saturday as the Boston Red Sox defeated the Toronto Blue Jays 7-4 before 43,390 at Rogers Centre. Doubront (6-2) allowed seven hits -- including home runs by Jeff Mathis and Jose Bautista -- and one walk as he held the Blue Jays to three runs...
Time: 1:07 PM ET
TV: NESN/MLB Network – WEEI
Daniel Bard (5-5, 4.56 ERA) vs. Drew Hutchinson (4-2, 4.84 ERA)
RED SOX (28-25)
Blue Jays (27-26)
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