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Toronto Blue Jays pitcher J.A. Happ was hit in the head by a line drive off of the bat of Tampa Bay Rays center fielder Desmond Jennings at Tropicana Field Tuesday night.
Happ was taken off the field on a stretcher and was bleeding from the left side of his head in the bottom of the
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Your browser does not support iframes.A huge sigh of relief swept over Blue Jays outfielder Melky Cabrera on Sunday after walloping his first home run of the season. The solo blast also marked his first home run in a Toronto uniform.As you might imagine, Cabrera was pretty excited about the feat. The blast essentially removed a huge proverbial monkey off of his back. However, the...
Melky Cabrera finally got his first home run as a Toronto Blue Jay, and he was treated with the old silent treatment from his teammates. As some ball clubs do traditionally, they give a player the silent treatment instead of mobbing him for a milestone or hazing treatment. The Jays felt Melky stroking his first home run as a Blue Jay deserved the cold shoulders. It made for a...
Toronto Blue Jays left fielder Melky Cabrera finally hit his first home run as a member of the Blue Jays. It took the “Melkman” 32 games in his new digs to finally dial long distance. As Cabrera made his way back to the dugout for congratulations and praise, he found himself subsequently ignored by his hi-jinxing teammates.
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For the baseball fans in Tampa Bay who were expecting to see their beloved Rays battling it out with the powers of the American League East on a regular basis, this weeks series with the last place Toronto Blue Jays (13-22) must be at least somewhat frustrating. After losing the first two games of the four-game series
Toronto Blue Jays lefty J.A. Happ was released from a hospital Wednesday after being nailed by a line drive during Tuesday night’s game against the Tampa Bay Rays.
Happ was carted off the field after sustaining a head contusion and a laceration to his left ear when he was struck by a rocket hit by Desmond Jennings.
Happ was a sitting duck and he fell to the mound as two runs...
Will the misery ever end for the Toronto Blue Jays? Sure, they hammered Seattle 10-2 in the final game of the series, but they lost four prior to that. I’m amazed that the Jays didn’t get swept by the Mariners this past weekend, considering how bad they’re playing right now.
“The game of baseball is cruel,” said manager, John Gibbons as he discussed his team’s troubles...
Adjustments to the Blue Jays’ rotation are imminent.
The Jays are in crisis mode following the frightening injury to left-hander J.A. Happ and poor performance of lefty Ricky Romero the past two nights.
Those two starters lasted a combined 1 2/3 innings, making it critical that right-hander R.A. Dickey pitch deep into Thursday night’s game against the Tampa Bay Rays.