Blue Jays release left-hander Morales
The short-lived Franklin Morales era in Toronto has officially come to an end after the Blue Jays announced on...
Travis becoming all-around player for Blue Jays
In only his second Major League season, Devon Travis has shown a knack for delivering the big hit with...
Pillar lands on DL; Blue Jays recall Ceciliani
The Toronto Blue Jays placed outfielder Kevin Pillar on the 15-day disabled list with a sprained left thumb on...
Better contact no Smoak screen for slugger
Justin Smoak’s 20 home runs have put him squarely in contention for a starting spot on the American League All-Star team. So much so that the Blue Jays are pushing a #SmoakTheVote campaign for the veteran first baseman. Source link Read more
Sanchez makes rehab start, could return soon
Aaron Sanchez is one step closer to re-joining the Blue Jays, but it will be up to his teammates to make sure Toronto still has something to play for when he returns. Source link Read more
Tulo homers late, but early runs costly in loss
Baltimore jumped out to an early lead and Toronto’s bats stirred, but never fully woke, as the Orioles opened the series on Tuesday with a 3-1 win over the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre. Source link Read more
Stroman looks to shake off rough outing vs. O's
Toronto will send Marcus Stroman to the mound on Wednesday night to face Baltimore’s Wade Miley in their second of three games at Rogers Centre. Source link Read more
Blue Jays designate Grilli, activate Carrera
The Blue Jays announced a series of roster moves Tuesday afternoon, including designating right-hander Jason Grilli for assignment and reinstating outfielder Ezequiel Carrera from the 10-day disabled list. Toronto also recalled right-hander Chris Smith and optioned outfielder Dwight Smith Jr. to Triple-A Buffalo. Source link Read more
Bichette continues to rake for Lansing
After hitting .097 in 14 games with the Brewers, Lewis Brinson was optioned to Triple-A Colorado Springs and immediately got back on track. The No. 13 overall prospect was a perfect 4-for-4 and nearly hit for the cycle as Colorado Springs topped Omaha 14-3 on Monday night. Source link Read more


 Team W L % GB STRK
NEW YORK 40 32 .556 - 1
BOSTON 41 33 .554 - 1
TAMPA BAY 40 37 .519 2.5 1
BALTIMORE 36 38 .486 5.0 1
TORONTO 35 39 .473 6.0 3

This game was played on 2017-06-24.
 Home Away Game Record
3 2 74 35-39
FINAL - Streak: 3 Losses
W: Vargas, L: Herrera, SV: Estrada
Time: ? - Attendance: 26,938

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