The Toronto Blue Jays' post-season is over.
Ken Fidlin, Toronto Sun
Ken Fidlin has covered baseball, football and written a general sports column for the Sun for the past 31 years. He is also Sun Media's leading authority on golf, having covered numerous Masters, U.S. and British Opens. Current focus is on the Jays and Major League Baseball. He's also covers the NFL in the baseball off-season. Lives in Ancaster, Ont.
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The Blue Jays have a pulse.
Edwin Encarnacion smashed a three-run home run off reliever Ubaldo Jimenez in the bottom of the 11th inning Tuesday night to send the Blue Jays to the American League Division Series with a 5-2 victory.
ANAHEIM – Was it only three games? Really? To the Blue Jays, it felt like Josh Donaldson had been missing for three lifetimes.
When the Blue Jays embarked on their six-man rotation experiment about a month ago, they had to understand there would be times like this.
Pending free agent slugger Edwin Encarnacion doesn't have a set number in his mind.
Troy Tulowitzki is listed in the Toronto Blue Jays' starting lineup for their game against the Tampa Bay Rays.
Scott Copeland, making his first major-league start, limited the Miami Marlins to a run on six hits over seven innings Wednesday as the Toronto Blue Jays rolled to their eighth consecutive victory, a 7-2 decision, in front of a matinee crowd of 44,106.
As poorly as the Blue Jays have performed they have somehow managed to stay in touch with the rest of the sad-sack outfits in the American League East.
Only time will tell how big this win was for the Blue Jays Tuesday night.
Chris Colabello on Friday night came to Target Field with mayhem on his mind.
Safe to say, this was not the lineup John Gibbons had in mind when he rolled into Dunedin for the start of spring training this year.
All season long, the Toronto Blue Jays have been yearning for some solid work from their starting pitchers. The past two nights they’ve gotten a couple of rare gems and could make neither stand up.
Josh Donaldson’s fingerprints were all over this tight ballgame at the Rogers Centre against the Los Angeles Angels.
Fresh from Buffalo, Todd Redmond poked his head in the manager's door about three hours before Monday's game at Rogers Centre where John Gibbons was holding a pre-game briefing with reporters.
The Red Sox ambushed knuckleballer R.A. Dickey for four runs in the first inning, then Clay Buchholz made them stand up in a 6-3 Boston victory over the Blue Jays Sunday.
Only time will tell but this may have been the night that Aaron Sanchez got over the hump.
Daniel Norris bent but didn’t break Thursday and while his aborted start didn’t last long enough for him to get credit for this 5-1 Blue Jays victory over the Cleveland Indians, the high wire he walked for three innings was something to behold.
Drew Hutchison continued his mastery over the Baltimore Orioles Thursday at the Rogers Centre.
Who says youth is wasted on the young?