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2017 Schedule
76-86, 4th in AL East

Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer 

Toronto Blue Jays Manager John Gibbons on the daunting challenges facing his club in the top-heavy American League East: "If you want to beat those guys (Yankees/Red Sox) you got to try and keep pace. You still have to have your plan and target your guys and hopefully land them."

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Carlos Gonzalez's value has declined after a down year in Colorado, but he's quietly attracting interest as a free agent because he's likely to sign a short-term deal to reestablish his market value. The Blue Jays, Royals, Rays, Giants and Athletics are among the teams that have CarGo on their radar. "There will be a rush once we all realize we can't get what we want," said a personnel man for one of the clubs keeping an eye on Gonzalez.

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4d

Morris, Trammell make Baseball Hall of Fame

Former Tigers teammates Jack Morris and Alan Trammell were elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame by the Modern Baseball Era Committee after previously falling short of induction to Cooperstown.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The debate over Jack Morris was one of the most contentious in Hall of Fame history, and while the writers ultimately rejected Morris, he's now going to Cooperstown -- and he'll be joined by Alan Trammell, his longtime Tigers teammate. Morris and Trammell were elected by the 16-person Modern Era Ballot committee. Trammell should have been elected long ago, a player who ranked eighth all time among shortstops in WAR. Morris doesn't have much of an analytic case with a 3.90 career ERA, but he does have Game 7 of the 1991 World Series. This time, that was enough to get him the support he needed.

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8d

Blue Jays RHP Sanchez set to resume throwing

Injuries limited Toronto right-hander Aaron Sanchez to eight starts in 2017, and his season ended on July 19. The Blue Jays said Wednesday that he will resume throwing this week.

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13d

Jays acquire '16 All-Star Diaz from Cardinals

Aledmys Diaz, an All-Star as a breakout rookie for the Cardinals in 2016, was traded to the Toronto Blue Jays for minor league outfielder J.B. Woodman.

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14d

Analyst Zaun fired amid misconduct complaints

Toronto Blue Jays analyst Gregg Zaun, a former catcher in the majors, has been fired by Sportsnet following allegations of "inappropriate behavior and comments" in the workplace, the network announced.

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15d

Jays to honor Halladay before home opener

The Blue Jays plan to honor the life and career of former star pitcher Roy Halladay in a ceremony before their season opener against the New York Yankees on March 29. Halladay played for Toronto from 1998 to 2009.

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17dDavid Schoenfield

Are the Blue Jays the best fit for J.D. Martinez?

The Jays have Josh Donaldson for one more year before he hits free agency. If they're going to keep him, they better go all-in and sign a big bat now that Jose Bautista's gone.

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Ngoepe relives the day he made history (2:04)
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Gift Ngoepe and brother Victor share love of baseball (1:30)
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21d

Blue Jays investigating minor league PED use

The Blue Jays are investigating internal operations after six players in their minor league system were suspended in the past week after testing positive for PEDs.

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22dBradford Doolittle

Hot stove stock watch: Blue Jays

The quest to another run at the playoffs might make sense if the Blue Jays can either spend or trade to add an impact bat for the short term.

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Jays acquire Ngoepe, outright two players

The Blue Jays acquired INF Gift Ngoepe from the Pittsburgh Pirates for cash considerations or a player to be named later on Monday. In addition, Toronto outrighted OF Harold Ramirez and RHP Chris Rowley, and 2B Rob Refsnyder was claimed off waivers by the Cleveland Indians.

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24d

NTSB: Halladay climbed sharply before dive

Roy Halladay, in the final seconds before plummeting into the Gulf of Mexico in his new sport plane two weeks ago, was climbing sharply, a federal report says, citing the plane's data.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs69326th
Batting Average.24029th
On Base Percentage.31226th
Slugging Percentage.41224th
Earned Run Average4.4214th
Quality Starts69Tied-14th
WHIP1.3716th
BAA.25815th