The Blue Jays swapped Drew Hutchinson for Francisco Liriano at the 2016 MLB Trade Deadline. Toronto also received two prospects in OF Harold Ramirez and C Reese McGuire. They also sent Jesse Chavez to the Los Angeles Dodgers in return for Mike Bolsinger. Continue reading Jays Make Small Splash at Trade Deadline
By: Ryan Colpitts Heading into the weekday series against the Detroit Tigers, the Toronto Blue Jays were looking to continue their streak of consecutive series won. The Jays have won 5 pervious series, and on Monday, they would send J.A. Happ to the mound in hopes of starting off the three game set with a victory. The Tigers would send Michael Fulmer to the hump … Continue reading Tigers Pounce on Jays, End Consecutive Streaks
By: Ryan Colpitts It’s been quite a few weeks for the Toronto Blue Jays. To the cheer of the Blue Jays faithful, the offence has finally been found, which has helped the team go 12-5 in their past 15 games. This weekend was no different as they took on the Boston Red Sox at Fenway. Things started off Friday night as the knuckleballer R.A. Dickey … Continue reading Jays Win Series Against Red Sox, Go 12-5 in last 15
By: Ryan Colpitts In the last meeting of 2016 between the Toronto Blue Jays and Texas Rangers, a massive controversial event took place in Arlington. Things started to get heated Sunday night when the Rangers Matt Bush hit Jose Bautista to start of the eighth inning. During Bautista’s last plate appearance, the Rangers decided it was time to get back at the creator of the … Continue reading Jays Fall to Rangers in Round Three
By: Ryan Colpitts The Toronto Blue Jays headed into extra innings for the third time this season, as they would look to sweep the San Francisco Giants at AT&T Wednesday afternoon. Marcus Stroman would be sent to the hill in search of his fifth win of the season. The Giants would send Madison Bumgarner as he was in search of his fifth win as well. … Continue reading Blue Jays Unable to Complete Sweep at AT&T
By: Ryan Colpitts The Toronto Blue Jays would say goodbye to the Texas Rangers Thursday evening, hoping to send them off with a loss. After winning the previous two games with back-to-back walk-off wins, the Jays would look to keep rolling, with the hopes of having more of an offensive attack. After Prince Fielder would score Adrian Beltre to give the Rangers a 1-0 lead … Continue reading Jays Bats Come Alive in Series Finale Against Texas
By: Ryan Colpitts Friday night the Toronto Blue Jays would welcome in the Oakland Athletics for a three game series. Prior to the start of Friday’s game, news would break that 1st baseman, Chris Colabello, has been suspended for 80 games for breaking MLB’s policy on the usage of PED’s. With news hitting the teammates and fans around the arena as they flowed into the … Continue reading Jays Offence Comes Alive, Takes Series Against The A’s.