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ALE W L % GB Home Away STRK Last
59 45 .567 - 30-17 29-28 1 8/2 @ CWS, W 12-3
55 52 .514 5.5 33-21 22-31 2 8/3 vs MIN, W 5-1
53 51 .510 6.0 32-20 21-31 1 8/2 vs DET, L 1-6
53 54 .495 7.5 27-30 26-24 2 8/3 @ CWS, W 5-4
47 59 .443 13.0 27-28 20-31 1 8/2 vs TB, L 3-4
HOME AWAY
Toronto Blue Jays5 Minnesota Twins1
Played on 2015-08-03 - Game No. 107 - Record: 55-52 - Attendance: 45,766
[FINAL] Day Game - Streak: 2 wins  - W: Price, L: Santana
  • A Pivotal Moment

    Royals Rumpus Shows the Way

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    by John Atkin

    Equal parts frustrating and fiery it may have been, but Sunday’s climax to the series against Kansas City could be one of the pivotal moments that cements Toronto’s push for post-season. And strange as it may seem, the exact path to follow was demonstrated (probably inadvertently) by that deeply unattractive wind-up merchant Edinson Volquez. Clearly, the Royals were rattled by how close they came to being swept in this quartet of games, coughing up 23 runs at a Rogers Centre running heavy on blockbuster trade adrenaline. The acquisitions...

  • The Price Was Right

    David Price As Advertised, Impressed in Blue Jays Debut

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    by Erik

    David Price struck out 11 Twins in eight innings to win his Blue Jays debut. Josh Donaldson hit a tie-breaking home run as Toronto beat Minnesota in the opener of a four-game series. HOME AWAY Game Record Toronto Blue Jays 5 Minnesota Twins 1 107 55-52 [FINAL] Day Game – Streak: 2 wins  – W: Price, L: Santana Price received a standing ovation from 45,766 fans as he walked in from the bullpen before the game. He didn’t disappoint, allowing just one run and three hits while mowing down 11 Minnesota batters. He...

  • Time to Win Is Now

    Toronto’s Time to Win Is Now

    Alex Anthopoulos
    by Luke Casaletto

    In less than a full year Toronto Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos has turned over most of his roster. With roster players Colby Rasmus, Brandon Morrow, Anthony Gose, Brett Lawrie, Adam Lind, J.P. Arencibia, Melky Cabrera, Jose Reyes, Rajai Davis, J.A. Happ, Emilio Bonifacio, Yunel Escobar, Henderson Alvarez, Dustin McGowan and Casey Janssen all on new teams, the Blue Jays have quickly reshaped (and improved upon) their roster priming them for a serious run for the first time in years. Names have come and gone while some stayed much...

2015 Pitching2015 Batting2015 Fielding
Wins
Buehrle
11
141.0 Innings
Saves
Osuna
7
47.2 Innings
Strikeouts
Hutchison
99
113.0 Innings
Earned Run Avg.
Osuna
2.27
47.2 Innings
Walks & Hits / IP
Hendriks
.885
46.1 Innings
Batting Avg.
Colabello
.315
238 at bats
On Base %
Travis
.361
217 at bats
Home Runs
Donaldson
27
416 at bats
Runs Batted In
Donaldson
77
416 at bats
Hits
Donaldson
122
416 at bats
Chances
Martin
612
714.2 innings
Putouts
Martin
554
714.2 innings
Assists
Donaldson
204
862.0 innings
Fielding %
Kawasaki
1.000
56.0 innings
Errors
Donaldson
14
862.0 innings

Royals Rumpus Shows the Way

Posted on: Aug 4 2015 - 11:59am | #0
In: Articles, Hotstove
John Atkin
usa-today-8729812.0

Equal parts frustrating and fiery it may have been, but Sunday’s climax to the series against Kansas City could be one of the pivotal moments that cements Toronto’s push for post-season. And strange as it may seem, the exact path to follow was demonstrated (probably inadvertently) by that deeply unattractive wind-up merchant Edinson Volquez. Clearly, the Royals were rattled by how close they came to being swept in this quartet of games, coughing up 23 runs at a Rogers Centre running heavy on blockbuster trade adrenaline. The acquisitions of Tulowitzki and Price (as well as Lowe, Hawkins and Revere) have turned heads in the direction of Toronto. But the marquee signings also mean that the Jays are most definitely playing with the big...

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The Volquez-Royals-Wolf Drama in Photos

It’s difficult to find words that describe the whacky display we were treated to today from Umpire Jim Wolf and the Kansas City Royals… specifically starting pitcher Edinson Volquez, but certainly not limited to him. Here’s a what the fuss was about and why 45,736 fans in attendance had the right to be pissed off. Volquez post-game: “He’s a little baby… He was crying like a baby. He got mad at everybody like he’s Barry Bonds. He’s not Barry Bonds. He’s got three years in the league. We’ve been around longer...

Posted on: Aug 3 2015 - 3:49am | #0
In: Hotstove
Erik
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Sports Betting Bill C290 Gets Opposition From MLB

Major League Baseball, in typical fashion, has officially objected to bill C290, which would allow single-game sports betting in Canada. Anyone...

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STATE OF THE FRANCHISE TODAY

The Toronto Blue Jays’ annual ‘State-of-the-franchise’ is on and BlueJaysFans.ca will be there! President Paul Beeston, General...

Toronto’s Time to Win Is Now

Alex Anthopoulos

In less than a full year Toronto Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos has turned over most of his roster. With roster players Colby Rasmus, Brandon Morrow, Anthony Gose, Brett Lawrie, Adam Lind, J.P. Arencibia, Melky Cabrera, Jose Reyes, Rajai Davis, J.A. Happ, Emilio Bonifacio, Yunel Escobar, Henderson Alvarez, Dustin McGowan and Casey Janssen all on new teams, the Blue Jays...

How Toronto Got Great Value at This Year’s Draft

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It’s no secret. The Toronto Blue Jays know how to draft, especially when it comes to pitchers. Once again that was the trend this year as the Blue Jays grabbed three pitchers with their first three picks;...

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September Call-Ups: The Prospects

September is quickly approaching, and while the Jays’ post-season hopes are in despair, all is not lost. The MLB rosters...