Uehara takes first loss after miserable outing

Apr 19, 2016

Uehara takes first loss after miserable outing

Koji Uehara struggled with his control and picked up his first loss of the season Monday, ruining his perfect relief record in the Boston Red Sox’s 4-3 defeat to the Toronto Blue Jays. After seven consecutive relief appearances without allowing a run, the 41-year-old ...

Price turns on style to lead Red Sox past Blue Jays

Apr 17, 2016

Price turns on style to lead Red Sox past Blue Jays

David Price knew the results from his first two starts weren’t up to the standard of what’s expected from a high-priced ace. He didn’t disappointment himself or the Fenway Park crowd on his second chance. Price rebounded from a rough start in Boston’s home ...

Feb 4, 2016

Blue Jays set to install dirt infield

The Blue Jays are installing a dirt infield at the Rogers Centre for the first time but say it is too early to determine whether they would replace artificial turf with grass in some future season. Toronto announced Wednesday that work will begin next ...

Raines indifferent on Hall

Jan 30, 2016

Raines indifferent on Hall

Tim Raines says he doesn’t spend a lot of time thinking about baseball’s Hall of Fame. Raines fell 23 votes shy of the necessary 75 percent this month, and next year’s ballot will be the 10th and final time he is eligible for consideration ...

Blue Jays bring back free-agent Happ

Nov 28, 2015

Blue Jays bring back free-agent Happ

J.A. Happ is headed back to the Toronto Blue Jays. The left-hander agreed to a $36 million, three-year contract on Friday, returning to the team he pitched for from 2012-14. Happ fills another rotation spot for the AL East champions, who could lose fellow ...

Harper, Donaldson honored with MVPs

Nov 20, 2015

Harper, Donaldson honored with MVPs

Bryce Harper began this season with one personal goal — and it had nothing to do with homers, RBIs or awards. “All I wanted to do was stay healthy and stay on the field every day,” he said. Harper did that, and a lot ...

Royals returning to World Series

Oct 24, 2015

Royals returning to World Series

Lorenzo Cain sprinted home from first base on Eric Hosmer’s single in the eighth inning, Wade Davis weathered a 45-minute rain delay and a white-knuckle ninth, and Kansas City beat the Toronto Blue Jays 4-3 on Friday night to earn its second straight trip ...

Royals rout Blue Jays

Oct 21, 2015

Royals rout Blue Jays

Whether it’s a long ball by Ben Zobrist, a slashing single from Lorenzo Cain or another exhilarating trip around the bases for Alcides Escobar, these Kansas City Royals are relentless — and one win from a return trip to the World Series. Zobrist hit ...

Blue Jays blast Royals

Oct 20, 2015

Blue Jays blast Royals

Back in the homer dome with their rowdy fans, Troy Tulowitzki, Josh Donaldson and the Toronto Blue Jays quickly got into the swing of the AL Championship Series. Tulowitzki and Donaldson both connected in a six-run third inning Monday night, and the Blue Jays ...

Royals pounce on Jays error to win Game 2

Oct 18, 2015

Royals pounce on Jays error to win Game 2

Ryan Goins saw the lazy fly leave Ben Zobrist’s bat and began to give chase from second base. Jose Bautista saw the same thing from right field and sprinted after the ball. Neither of the Blue Jays wound up catching it. A seemingly sure ...

Volquez sharp as Royals roll

Oct 17, 2015

Volquez sharp as Royals roll

Edinson Volquez planned to pitch the Toronto Blue Jays inside in Game 1 of their American League Championship Series, just as he did during their contentious series earlier this season. Then, after chatting with Kansas City Royals catcher Salvador Perez, he changed his mind. ...

Blue Jays advance after wild win over Rangers

Oct 15, 2015

Blue Jays advance after wild win over Rangers

Jose Bautista wiped out the need for protests or umpire reviews with the Toronto Blue Jays’ biggest home run since Joe Carter’s historic shot. Toronto earned its first trip to the American League Championship Series since Carter’s World Series-ending drive in 1993, overcoming one ...