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COLUMBUS- A four-run outburst in the top of the second inning by the Buffalo lead to the Columbus Clippers' demise as the fell 5-1 to the Bisons Thursday.
Southpaw Ricky Romero notched a solid outing for Buffalo, holding the Clippers to one run on five hits in six innings. He also managed to strike out seven batters en route to his third win of the season.
Romero surrendered his lone run in the first inning and completely dominated from there. The key for the left-hander was his ability to keep runners off the base paths and when he did put them on he left them right where they were.
On the night, the Clippers stranded a total of six runners on the bases.
Relievers John Stilson and Jeremy Jeffress pitched the seventh, eighth and ninth innings and allowed just one combined hit to secure the victory for the Bisons.
Columbus starter Trevor Bauer seemed to have some control problems during his five innings of work. He consistently left pitches up in the zone and had a difficult ti...
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With the recent rumours from Danny Knobler of CBS Sports regarding the Texas Rangers interest in either Blue Jays slugger Jose Bautista or Edwin Encarnacion, one has to wonder if the Blue Jays GM Alex Anthopoulos would entertain a trade this offseason for one of his premier players.
Surely this kind of deal would change the entire core of Toronto’s roster. In Bautista, gone would...
The Toronto Blue Jays are expected to place left fielder Melky Cabrera back on the disabled list after he re-aggravated his left knee injury in Thursday night's game, MLB.com reports.
"His knee flared up," Blue Jays manager John Gibbons told MLB.com. "He'll go on the DL and get an MRI tomorrow. It's probably similar to what he had last time."
Toronto Blue Jays left fielder Melky Cabrera is headed back to the disabled list after just ten games. MLB.com's Gregor Chisholm reports Cabrera's injury as similar to what put him out of action in June for approximately a month. ESPNxm's Jim Bowden, though, tweets that general manager Alex Anthopoulos believes it could possibly be a torn meniscus.
The Toronto Blue Jays got Sergio Santos back in the bullpen yesterday after a lengthy absence. Santos had missed the past four months because of an elbow injury. The activation represents the end to a long and unexpected journey for Santos. What seemed like a minor injury turned into one that has kept him out for most of the season.
As Gregor Chisholm of MLB.com points...
Melky Cabrera was pulled from last night's game in the fourth inning. He had been experiencing irritation in his left knee. After the game, the Toronto Blue Jays placed the outfielder on the 15-day disabled list. This seems to be a re-aggravation of a prior injury that had kept him on the DL.
Gregor Chisholm of MLB.com says the Blue Jays hoped that by bringing Cabrera...
This is a moment Melky Cabrera would probably like to have back.
During the third inning of Thursday night’s Blue Jays-Angels game, Erick Aybar hit a single to Cabrera in left. Ordinarily, this would be common practice for Cabrera, who would simply pick the ball up and fire it to the cutoff man. But this was nothing close to ordinary.
Cabrera indeed picked the ball up. He wound...
The Toronto Blue Jays hopes for the playoffs are on life support, sitting 15 games back out in the East and 10.5 games out the Wild Card race.
When the Jays traded for every serviceable player on the Miami Marlins, the excitement in the Big Smoke was at the highest it's been in years. The Boston Red Sox were coming off their worst record in 52 years, the New York Yankees...
LA Angels left fielder J.B. Shuck makes an unbelievable catch as he leaps into the left-field stands to rob Toronto's Jose Bautista of a home run in the fourth.
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Jose Bautista hit a go-ahead double in the top of the 10th inning, and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Oakland Athletics 5-2 on Wednesday for a series win.
Bautista lined a double to right against Jesse Chavez (2-3). Rookie catcher Stephen Vogt's second costly passed ball of the game allowed Jose Reyes to advance after a leadoff infield single, and Reyes scored on Bautista'...
Angels’ outfielder J.B. Schuck submit his bid for catch of the year last night when he robbed Jose Bautista of a home run in the fourth inning against the Blue Jays. Shuck also had a nice night at the plate grabbing three hits in the 7-5 win over Toronto.
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Over the course of an unusual 5-2 Wedneday matinee win at the Coliseum the Jays played the first six innings as if they had never before seen the sun.
The no-decision for starter R.A. Dickey was partially the result of the high sky and four fielding errors leaving with the game tied at twos. But in halting stumbling fashion the Jays captured the rubber game of the series vs. the...
J.B. Shuck made an amazing catch in left field to rob Jose Bautista of a home run during the fourth inning of the Los Angeles Angels-Toronto Blue Jays game on Friday night. Bautista took a pitch from Tommy Hanson deep to left, and Shuck tracked the high fly ball down the line. He perfectly timed [...]
The Toronto Blue Jays and Los Angeles Angels have been two of the most disappointing teams in baseball, though the Blue Jays have been playing better of late.
That certainly hasn't been the case when they've sent Josh Johnson to the mound.
Johnson looks to put his disastrous July behind him and lead the Blue Jays to their sixth win in eight games Thursday night when they...