Toronto Blue Jays

3rd AL East | 43-39
  • Batting Avg
    22nd
    .246 AVG
  • Runs
    7th
    384 R
  • Earned Runs Avg
    10th
    3.98 ERA
  • Home Runs Allowed
    17th
    94 HR
  • HardballTalk

    Settling the Scores: Wednesday’s results

    The Rangers entered the bottom of the ninth inning with a comfortable four-run lead against the Yankees, seemingly minutes away from securing an easy win. It would’ve been their 52nd victory, which would have given them the most in baseball. And hey, Matt Bush, who has been pretty good since debuting on May 13, was on the mound with his 2.29 ERA. Rob Refsnyder lined a single to center, then Bush walked Jacoby Ellsbury, putting the tying run on the on-deck circle with no outs. Understandably, manager Jeff Banister didn’t want to risk anything further, so he went to closer Sam Dyson, who has pitched admirably since replacing Shawn Tolleson in the ninth inning. Dyson, though, had struggles of his

  • ABC News3 hours ago

    Indians Win 14th Straight, Beat Blue Jays 2-1 in 19 Innings

    Carlos Santana homered in the 19th inning off infielder Darwin Barney and the Cleveland Indians set a franchise record by winning their 14th straight game, 2-1 over the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday. Cleveland won 13 straight in 1942 and again in 1951. It's the longest winning streak since Atlanta won 14 straight in 2013. It's the longest by an AL team since Oakland won 20 in a row in 2002. Santana doubled and scored in the third as the surging Indians survived a marathon game and disappointed a sellout crowd that came for a Canada Day matinee that lasted 6 hours and 13 minutes, featured 19 pitchers and saw 34 left on base. The 19 innings matched the longest game in Blue Jays history. Toronto played