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The Toronto Blue Jays finished the 2015 MLB season losing to the Kansas City Royals in the American League Championship Series . The Blue Jays finished with 93 wins and are looking for a repeat trip to the 2016 MLB playoffs with better results.

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John Gibbons text to Mark Buehrle: “You know rosters expand in September”
The Toronto Blue Jays are in the thick of a pennant race in the American League East and manager John Gibbons has reached out to a familiar face in an attempt to bolster the roster. According to Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet.ca, the Blue Jays manager texted  pitcher Mark Buehrle and reminded him that rosters expand in September. The retired left-hander rebuffed Gibbons, sending him back a picture of a lake. John Gibbons recently texted Mark Buehrle saying "you know, rosters expand in September." Buehrle texted back a picture of a lake. — Ben Nicholson-Smith (@bnicholsonsmith) August 29, 2016 You can’t fault Gibbons for making an effort to re-recruit the dependable veteran. The 37-year-old played three seasons for the Blue Jays, becoming a consistent anchor for an up-and-down starting rotation. Gibbons could always count on Buehrle to give Toronto quality innings while providing veteran leadership to youngsters like Marcus Stroman and Aaron Sanchez. Adding Buehrle would give...
In Praise of Marginal Moves
These are exciting times for the Toronto Blue Jays and their fans. Not the same brand of excitement as last season, mind you, but it’s plenty wonderful to root for a team in the driver’s seat without the help of some miracle additions. This version of the Blue Jays didn’t need to go out and trade for an ace or an elite shortstop to give them that extra kick. That’s not to say that last season’s edition was incapable of winning before Price and Tulowitzki; it just felt a whole lot different once we jumped into ‘after’ and saw ‘before’ in the rearview mirror. Those views are markedly different this year, what with the team dealing from a position of power for the first time in what feels like a very long while. The shifting goalposts of expectation have also altered how we perceive this team, as our own Jenn Smith discussed on the weekend. No longer in need of a home run acquisition, the Jays opened themselves up to a whole new brand of fan frustration; the kind rooted in a ‘we know h...
Marco Estrada bounces back as Blue Jays defeat Orioles
Estrada goes seven strong, while Josh Donaldson and Jose Bautista both homer in Jays’ 5-1 victory.
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Baltimore Orioles Set for Huge Series With Toronto
The Baltimore Orioles will play the first game of a three-game series against the AL East leading Toronto Blue Jays on Monday night. The Orioles currently sit three games behind the Jays in the division. Although chances of a division title seem slim as of now, a big series win for the Orioles can catapult them back into the division conversation once again. As of now, the O’s are two games ahead of the Detroit Tigers for the second wild card spot and one game behind the Boston Red Sox for second place in the division. With the Blue Jays surging, the series shows importance for both teams. If the Jays can win it, they will create plenty of separation atop the AL East. The Orioles will send Wade Miley to the mound on Monday, Yovanni Gallardo on Tuesday and Ubaldo Jimenez on Wednesday in the finale. The Jays will be counter with right-hander Marco Estrada, lefty J.A. Happ and Aaron Sanchez. The Jays pitching staff has easily been the difference maker this season but it will certainly ...
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Twins lose five-run lead, fall 8-7 to Blue Jays
TORONTO -- Melvin Upton Jr. hit an RBI triple and continued home on a misplay in the eighth inning, completing Toronto's rally from a five-run deficit and sending the AL East-leading Blue Jays over the Minnesota Twins 8-7 Saturday.Edwin Encarnacion homered and drove in three runs as Toronto handed the Twins their ninth straight loss.The Blue Jays trailed 7-6 in the eighth when Kevin Pillar doubled with one out off Ryan Pressly (6-6). Upton followed with a triple past a diving Max Kepler in right. Kepler fumbled the ball as he chased it down by the wall, allowing Upton to score standing up as a sellout crowd of 47,485 cheered wildly.Jason Grilli (5-3) worked one inning for the win and Roberto Osuna finished for his 29th save.Minnesota led 5-0 before the Blue Jays began their comeback. Encarnacion hit his 36th homer and leads the AL with 105 RBIs.Plouffe homered for the second straight game. He hadn't connected since July 1 before his first-inning drive Friday night.Dozier singled and scored on a wild pitch by
WATCH: Estrada, Blue Jays thrilled to have Navarro back
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Liriano, Blue Jays defeat Twins 15-8 in series opener
TORONTO -- Russell Martin and Justin Smoak each homered and drove in five runs as the Toronto Blue Jays hammered Minnesota 15-8 Friday night, handing the Twins their eighth straight loss.Josh Donaldson, who drove in three runs, and Darwin Barney, who had three hits, also each homered. Francisco Liriano posted his first win with the Blue Jays as they took a one-game lead in the AL East over Boston.Trevor Plouffe hit a solo homer for the last-place Twins. Minnesota has been tagged for at least eight runs in four straight games.Liriano gave up four runs and two hits in five innings to win for the first time in four starts since Toronto got him a trade with Pittsburgh on Aug. 1. He is 7-12 overall, and is 3-1 in five career starts against Minnesota, his team from 2005 to 2012.Smoak connected off Pat Dean (1-4) in the second inning and Donaldson followed three batters later with his 30th.

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