Found May 29, 2013 on
MLB Injury News:
Toronto Blue Jays' third baseman Brett Lawrie was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a sprained left ankle.
As reported by Adam Berry at mlb.com,
"Lawrie suffered the injury while stealing second base during Toronto's
9-3 victory over Atlanta on Monday night. He stayed in the game
temporarily before being replaced by a pinch-runner. His DL stint is
backdated to Tuesday, as the injury kept him from playing in the Blue
Jays' 7-6 loss to the Braves."
Lawrie, who was initially listed as day to day, is struggling at the plate so far this season. In 37 games, he is batting .209, with 5 home runs and 13 runs batted in. The 23-year old Lawrie batted .273, with 11 home runs in 125 games in 2012.
BEST OF MAXIM
Despite their general manager Alex Anthopoulous, saying he thought Brett Lawrie would be back in a couple of days, the Toronto Blue Jays have placed the young infielder on the disabled list. Lawrie had left Monday's game against the Atlanta Braves after sliding into second base and injuring his ankle. The injury was thought to be minor, but as yesterday progressed, the extent...
The Toronto Blue Jays have placed third baseman Brett Lawrie on the 15-day disabled list because of a sprained right ankle.
Sliding haphazardly into second base Monday night, Lawrie appears to have rolled his bad ankle and could miss some extended time. While it wasn’t a guarantee that he would hit the disabled list, due to the growing weakness of a bench in Toronto, the Blue Jays...
MAN OF THE HOUR – Munenoro Kawasaki gets mobbed by his teammates.
Munenori Kawasaki was the hero for the Toronto Blue Jays in the 6-5 win over the Baltimore Orioles this past weekend, but it is what he did during the post game interview on Sportsnet Television in Canada that got the public talking. No, it wasn’t anything bad, but it did show that Kawasaki has a charismatic...
The Toronto Blue Jays have decided to designate first baseman Clint Robinson for assignment after hitting a light .270 with four home runs in 47 games this year at the Triple-A level this season.
This move wasn’t made because the Blue Jays have lost faith in the young third baseman, but rather because they needed to clear a spot on the 40-man roster.
He will have to clear waivers...
Blue Jays third baseman Brett Lawrie has left a game against the Atlanta Braves after spraining his left ankle sliding into second on a stolen base.
Lawrie's leg got twisted underneath him as he slid safely into second during the sixth inning Monday night. He immediately asked for time, hopping up and jumping around in pain. Toronto trainer George Poulis came out to check on...
Blue Jays right-hander Brandon Morrow left Tuesday's game against Atlanta after just two innings with soreness in his forearm.
Right-hander Ramon Ortiz replaced Morrow, who allowed four runs, two earned, and four hits, including a home run. He walked none and struck out two. Of his 47 pitches, just three were above 90 mph.
A Blue Jays spokesman said the injury was not considered...
The Toronto Blue Jays have decided to option right-handed reliever Thad Weber to their Triple-A Buffalo club and will provide organizational depth for their pitching stock.
Weber, who has been used mostly as a starter in the minors, has made seven major league appearances, all as a reliever, and has been mediocre at best, accumulating a 3.60 earned run average while striking out...
The Toronto Blue Jays season has not followed the script that General Manager Alex Anthopoulos had orchestrated when he wagered the future on veteran talent this off-season, opening up the Rogers vault for a chance at Baseball supremacy.
With the plethora of roster tinkering conducted nobody in the in their right mind saw the Munenori Kawasaki signing as anything of significance...
Blue Jays third baseman Brett Lawrie apologized to his teammates before Monday's game against Atlanta, one day after an angry blowup on the field and in the dugout.
Lawrie was seen yelling at designated hitter Adam Lind and third base coach Luis Rivera after Lind didn't try to score from third on Lawrie's flyball to right in the ninth inning of Sunday's game against...
Toronto Blue Jays right-handed starting pitcher Brandon Morrow exited today's start against the Atlanta Braves after experiencing tightness in his forearm, according to Gregor Chisholm of MLB.com.
Morrow only made it through two innings prior to being removed by the Jays. He surrendered four runs on four hits with two strikeouts while laboring through 47 pitches. His velocity...
This is just…awesome.
The Toronto Blue Jays came back from a three-run ninth inning deficit on Sunday to beat the Baltimore Orioles. Muneori Kawasaki was the walkoff hero ripping a game-winning two-RBI double that swung a 5-4 deficit to a 6-5 Jays win.
Who cares about highlights on the hit when Kawasaki followed it up with this memorable post-game performance. Instant classic? Instant. Classic.
Awesome GIF of home run celebration
Both in the rotation and the bullpen, the Toronto Blue Jays are beset by sore arms.
Brian McCann hit two home runs, including a solo shot in the 10th inning that lifted the Atlanta Braves over the Blue Jays 7-6 on Tuesday.
McCann's winning homer came off Thad Weber, who was pitching because closer Casey Janssen was unavailable. Janssen, who had shoulder surgery last November...
Melky Cabrera had three hits, including a two-run single, and four Toronto pitchers combined on a four-hitter to lead the Blue Jays past the Atlanta Braves, 3-0 on Wednesday night.
Last-place Toronto went with a pitcher-by-committee approach to fill a hole in the rotation. Esmil Rogers lasted 3 1-3 innings in his first start since 2011, and two pitchers just up from the minors shut...
The Toronto Blue Jays continued their improved play Monday night by pummelling the Atlanta Braves 9-3. With The Blue Jays facing veteran ace Tim Hudson, it was important that they didn’t let him settle, and that is exactly what they avoided. Scoring two each in the second and third innings, the Blue Jays gave their starting pitcher Mark Buehrle some breathing room early, something...