• It's not sweet home Chicago for the Jays after second straight loss to Cubs: Griffin
    thestar3 minutes ago

    It's not sweet home Chicago for the Jays after second straight loss to Cubs: Griffin

    CHICAGO—No matter how poorly the Blue Jays play, no matter how many key games they may lose, they manage to stay within spitting distance of the second wild-card spot in the American League. But history tells you that, sooner or later, one or two teams will break away from the pack and the Jays must

  • Aug. 19: Tito's pregame minutiae
    Major League Bastian10 minutes ago

    Aug. 19: Tito's pregame minutiae

    Highlights from manager Terry Francona's Saturday media session… Update on Corey Kluber (right ankle sprain): “He's a little stiff, which I think is normal. But, not more than that. So, I think Klubes thinks he'll make his start. I think the trainers think it's probably 50–50. I guess

  • Happ's bat, Quintana's arm lead Cubs over Blue Jays 4-3
    WFLD26 minutes ago

    Happ's bat, Quintana's arm lead Cubs over Blue Jays 4-3

    CHICAGO (AP) - Rookie Ian Happ hit his 18th home run, Jose Quintana pitched six effective innings and the Chicago Cubs beat the Toronto Blue Jays 4-3 Saturday to keep up their success against AL opponents. The World Series champions have won nine of their last 10 interleague games. The NL Central leaders