1. Donaldson's Two-Run Blast

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  2. Donaldson's Second Homer

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  3. Travis' Leadoff Homer

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  4. Mark Buehrle Is Considering Retiring After the 2015 Season

    Jon Heyman of CBS Sports reports that, according to a source, Blue Jays starter Mark Buehrle is considering retiring after this season...

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  5. Blue Jays' Devon Travis Has Ability to Go Deep

    At 5-foot-9 and 190 pounds, rookie Devon Travis is a player that packs more power than you would expect. One thing he is not is a Punch-and-Judy type contact hitter...

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  6. Jose Reyes Injured as Jays Lose Again to Rays

    When he returned to the dugout after his first at-bat against Tampa Bay on Thursday night, Jose Reyes almost tore his batting helmet off his head, then tried to rip it in half...

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  7. Jose Reyes Injury: Updates on Blue Jays SS's Ribs and Return

    Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Jose Reyes has been reinstated from the disabled list after recovering from a broken rib. Continue for updates...

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  8. Reyes (Oblique) to Be Re-Evaluated Friday

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  9. Reyes leaves game with oblique injury

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  10. Jose Reyes exits game with soreness in left ribarea

    Bad news here for the Blue Jays, as shortstop Jose Reyes was forced to leave tonight's game against the Rays after the first inning due to soreness in his left rib area...

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  11. Blue Jays SS Reyes Leaves Early with Soreness Near Ribs

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  12. Kevin Pillar's Role with Blue Jays Still Unclear Despite Early Success

    Nine games into the 2015 season, the biggest surprise for the Toronto Blue Jays has arguably been the performance of left fielder Kevin Pillar...

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  13. Blue Jays Designate Redmond for Assignment

    The Blue Jays have designated right-hander Todd Redmond for assignment, as per a team press release. Infielder Ryan Goins has been recalled from Triple-A in a corresponding move...

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  14. Blue Jays' Pillar Bolsters Case for Playing Time

    TORONTO — It's going to be awfully hard for the Toronto Blue Jays to deny Kevin Pillar regular playing time if he keeps this up...

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  15. Liam Hendriks Finds Role in Relief for Blue Jays

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  16. Donaldson Hits Second, Leads Jays to Rout of Rays

    Josh Donaldson, you could say, had a pretty good night Wednesday in his first go-round out of the No. 2 hole in the Blue Jays ' batting order...

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  17. Bautista Starts Blue Jays Rolling to 12-7 Win over Rays

    Jose Bautista and rookies Devon Travis and Dalton Pompey homered to back Mark Buehrle, Kevin Pillar made a leaping catch at the left-field wall to deny a home run and the Toronto Blue ...

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  18. MLB Is Reportedly Looking Into The Blue Jays' Weird New Turf

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  19. Report: MLB Monitoring Rogers Centre Turf

    # MLB is actively monitoring the turf situation at Rogers Centre due to irregular bounces on the surface, source says...

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  20. Martin Hits Early Rough Patch as Rays Drop Blue Jays

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  21. Jays' New, Softer Turf a Friend to Pitchers and a Pain in the Eye for Fielders

    TORONTO — Because baseball is a game that relishes trivia, let the record show that the Blue Jays ' home opener was delayed briefly in the bottom of the third inning because an opposing player had something in his eye...

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  22. Blue Jays Rookie Devon Travis' Hidden Value

    A lot was made this winter about the need for the Toronto Blue Jays to improve their situation at second base.....

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  23. Do Blue Jays Have More Patience This Year?

    Blue Jays fans may recall feelings of rage from watching the 2014 Blue Jays rely so heavily on swing and miss type of players.....

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  24. Jose Bautista Bat Flips Emphatically After Drawing Walk

    Other than pitchers who can't make throws to first base, there's nothing I love more in baseball than a solid bat flip. So thanks, Time Warner. Thanks for making me wait for Internet heroes to make Yasiel Puig GIFs despite the fact that I live in LA...

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  25. Blue Jays' Home Opener Ruined by Rays in 2-1 Loss

    The Tampa Bay Rays took advantage of an erratic R.A. Dickey and spoiled the Blue Jays ' home opener by shading Toronto 2-1 on Monday night before a sellout crowd at Rogers Centre...

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