1. Will May Day Wake Up the Bat of the Jays' Edwin Encarnacion Again?

    BOSTON—The Blue Jays are in a bad place right now. Heading into Tuesday night's game they had lost four straight. Their bullpen is in disarray. Their starting rotation has allowed the most home runs in the majors...

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  2. Saunders' Go-Ahead RBI Single

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  3. Is This Too Much Too Soon for Miguel Castro Roberto Osuna?

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  4. No More 'Dead Arm' for Blue Jays Pitcher Daniel Norris

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  5. Jays Go Back to Cecil as Closer Once Again

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  6. Blue Jays Place Jose Reyes on 15-Day DL with a Cracked Rib

    The Toronto Blue Jays placed shortstop Jose Reyes on the 15-day disabled list with a cracked rib, the team announced...

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  7. Jays Place Jose Reyes on DL with Rib Injury

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  8. Blue Jays Young Closer Castro Fails Again

    BOSTON (AP) — Toronto manager John Gibbons may have to rethink his decision to go with a 20-year old closer that's climbed to the big leagues with limited experience. .....

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  9. Blue Jays Manager Said He Would Have Went with Brett Cecil to Close

    Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said that if a closer was needed Monday he would have went with reliever Brett Cecil, according to TSN 1050...

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  10. Blue Jays' Bullpen Blows Another One in Loss to Bosox

    The Blue Jays ' beleaguered bullpen blew another late-inning lead Monday night as the Jays dropped their fourth straight, a 6-5 walkoff loss to the Red Sox at Fenway Park...

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  11. Blue Jays Need More Strikes, Less Finesse from Sanchez

    At some point during Aaron Sanchez's transition from reliever to starter, the Toronto Blue Jays believe he lost some of his aggressiveness, becoming more focused on hitting corners than overpowering opponents with his dominating fastball...

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  12. Mookie Betts' Walkoff Single Leads Red Sox to Come-from-Behind Win

    Monday night's Red Sox game might be a glimpse into what most games will be like for the rest of the season...

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  13. Bats Don't Help Buehrle This Time as Rays Sweep Jays

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  14. Blue Jays Swept, Outclassed by Rays

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  15. Jose Bautista (Shoulder) out 5th Straight Game

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  16. Great Start for Daniel Norris Wasted by the Pen

    I hated the 8th. After 7 great innings from Norris, Gibby brings in Roberto Osuna. Osuna gets 2 nice strikeouts and then give up a soft single. Gibby brings in Cecil to get the lefty David DeJesus...

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  17. Michael Saunders Blue Jays Debut Overshadowed by Loss to Rays

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  18. Martin's solo homer

    4/25/15: Russell Martin smacks a solo home run to right-center field to give the Blue Jays a 2-1 lead in the 7th inning.....

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  19. Toronto Blue Jays Release Former All-Star Pitcher Ricky Romero

    In an unexpected move on Saturday, the Toronto Blue Jays released left-hander Ricky Romero, per Gregor Chisholm of MLB.com . Romero was in the final year of a five-year contract and was set to earn $7...

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  20. Blue Jays Release Ricky Romero

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  21. The BlueJays Have Give LHP Ricky Romero His Release

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  22. Dickey Remains Winless on the Year in Loss

    ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. - 'April is the cruelest month' is a line penned by T.S Eliot from the poem The Waste Land...

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  23. Blue Jays Deliver Poorest Effort of Young Season

    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – Last week when the Toronto Blue Jays returned home riding high after a strong road trip, the Tampa Bay Rays checked in and immediately killed that vibe...

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  24. Rays Hit 3 Homers in 12-3 Victory over Blue Jays

    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- James Loney, Rene Rivera and Tim Beckham each hit a two-run homer, and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Toronto Blue Jays 12-3 on Friday night...

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  25. Hutchison Harnesses Command, Leads Jays to Sweep of Orioles

    Drew Hutchison's previous three starts this season featured some messy numbers that told the story of a young pitcher looking for command of his pitches and some rhythm and confidence...

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