Toronto Blue Jays

2nd AL East | 87-70
  • Batting Avg
    .249 AVG
  • Runs
    748 R
  • Earned Runs Avg
    3.81 ERA
  • Home Runs Allowed
    179 HR
  • Marlins sign Martin Prado to a three-year extension

    Marlins sign Martin Prado to a three-year extension

    The Miami Herald reports that the Marlins and Martin Prado have agreed to a three-year, $40 million contracy extension. Prado has been highly effective for Miami, hitting .297/.350/.405 over two seasons The Marlins were eager to keep him and many teams were no doubt interested in trying to sign him this winter as he stood pretty darn tall on a pretty weak free agent market. He may very well have done better than the $40 million he’s getting, but a qualifying offer could’ve made the free agency process a bit more drawn out one than he would’ve preferred. And, of course, he seems very happy in Miami, as evidenced by his increasing role as a team leader with the Marlins. For his career Prado has

  • The Cardinals were jeered at home last night

    The Cardinals were jeered at home last night

    The Cardinals got shellacked 15-2 by the Reds, one of baseball’s worst teams, last night. In so doing they fell a half game behind the Giants for the second Wild Card. Rick Hummel of the St. Louis Post Dispatch wrote about last night’s game. What struck him was the reaction from the crowd at Busch Stadium: And the fans, in a rare moment of pique, let the Cardinals hear about it, first booing and then erupting in a Bronx cheer when the final out of a seven-run fourth was recorded. They booed a little more later on and then many of them beat the traffic, with some of them at least leaving with a Grateful Dead T-shirt, a special theme night promotion . . . The paid crowd to witness the carnage was

  • ABC News

    Carlos Delgado: Colin Kaepernick's actions rooted in American ideals

    Before there was Colin Kaepernick sitting and kneeling during the national anthem, before there was backlash -- and backlash from the backlash -- and long before talk simmered of how Major League Baseball wouldn't provide the best forum for social protest, there was Toronto Blue Jays slugger Carlos Delgado, parked in the dugout during "God Bless America." Twelve years ago, Delgado quietly remained in the dugout while the song was played during the seventh inning of games as had become tradition across the league after 9/11. Delgado, speaking in an interview published by Puerto Rican newspaper El Nuevo D?a over the weekend, said he knows to some degree what Kaepernick is going through and that