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8/26/14 - How far the mighty have fallen…and the summer swoon continues for the Toronto Blue Jays. At one point one of the powerhouse clubs of the American League this season, the Jays have fallen well off the pace being set by first place Baltimore; in fact, yhe Jays have also been passed by the aging New York Yankees, and are in danger of falling to fourth place, with Tampa Bay sitting just two games behind with the September stretch looming close on the horizon. August in particular has not been good to the Blue Jays, who have lost 15 of 21 this month, with games against Boston and the Yanks still on tap.
8/20/14 - It continues to be a crazy 2014 for the Toronto Blue Jays, who not only have to catch up to Baltimore, currently 8 ½ games up on the Jays in the American League East – but also have to hold off a pair of surprise East squads in the New York Yankees, who are locked in a virtual tie with the Jays, but also Tampa Bay coming up from below and are now just three games behind the Jays and Yanks. The Blue Jays have won just five times in August, with just two of those wins coming consecutively – and both were extra-inning contests against Detroit, one of 10 innings followed by an epic 19-inning win. The Jays will need to right the ship fast if they hope to break their string of not appearing in the postseason – just seven of their remaining contests are against non-Eastern opponents.
7/30/14 - After falling out of first place and becoming precariously close to falling to third place in the always challenging American League East in the first half of the season, the Toronto Blue Jays have gotten off to a fast start out of the All-Star break, winning nine of 12 and making the East a pennant race once again, moving to 2 ½ games behind Baltimore and two games up on the third-place New York Yankees. One of the keys to the Jays’ resurgence is the pitching of Marcus Stroman, who has won his last three decisions (once over Texas, and twice against Boston). In 11 starts and 74 1/3 innings, the righthanded Stroman is 7-2 with 67 strikeouts against just 17 walks, with a 3.03 ERA and a 1.10 WHIP. While Stroman is not your typical 6 ½ foot starting pitcher (he is only 5’9”), he has the power to bring a 95-mph heater, combined with a killer slider to keep hitters off balance. This rookie is one to watch, if he’s hit his stride.
7/22/14 - Coming out of the All-Star break, the Toronto Blue Jays are in dire need of righting the ship after spending most of the first half sailing along at the top of the American League East. Currently tied for second in the division with the New York Yankees (who are doing it with smoke and mirrors), four games back of Baltimore, the Jays need the heart of their lineup, slugger Edwin Encarnacion, back in a hurry. In the meantime, they have called up their top pitching prospect from down the Q.E.W. in Triple-A Buffalo. Righthander Aaron Sanchez had started this season at Double-A New Hampshire, then was promoted to Buffalo, where he went 0-3 in eight games out of the bullpen in preparation for taking on a relief role with the big club. The Jays also called up one other pitcher, righthander Esmil Rogers, and recalled position player Ryan Goins, an infielder. Goins had previously played 24 games with the Jays, hitting .150 in 60 at-bats.
7/16/14 - Whither the Toronto Blue Jays? At one point last month, the Jays looked like maybe the one team that might be able to challenge Oakland for American League supremacy; but going into the All-Star break, the traditional midpoint of the season, the Jays are perilously close to falling into thord place in the AL East, just a game ahead of the creaky New York Yankees (tied in wins but two losses fewer). Plus, coming out of the break, the Jays will be without the services of slugger Edwin Encarnacion, and more recently Adam Lind, both on the disabled list (though Lind’s broken foot is much more severe than Encarnacion’s strained quad muscle). Bright spots have included Jose Bautista’s .292/.409/.502 slash line with 17 HR; and Mark Buehrle’s 10 wins and 2.64 ERA.
7/8/14 - Not only have the Toronto Blue Jays fallen out of first place in the American League East division race (they’re now three games behind surging Baltimore), the Jays took a blow to their lineup as well, as slugging outfielder Edwin Encarnacion was put on the 15-day disabled list by the team earlier this week, with a strained right quadriceps muscle. Encarnacion, who was named to the AL All-Star squad before the injury occurred, will now miss the game; however, the Jays will remain well-represented by outfielder Jose Bautista, who was the overall top vote-getter among all MLB players, and pitcher Mark Buehrle, one of the AL’s top starters.
7/3/14 – Just a few weeks ago, the Toronto Blue Jays were soaring high above the competitive AL East with a whopping 5 game division league. Fast forward to July, and that lead has been whittled down to just one game ahead of the surging Baltimore Orioles. This upcoming road trip will prove to be crucial step if Toronto intends to maintain their division advantage, with trips to the Oakland Athletics, Los Angeles Angels and Tampa Bay Rays before the All Star break. First up is the top team in the majors, the Oakland As at O.CO Coliseum, tonight at 6pm. See the Jays set of rockets in enemy territory with Toronto Blue Jays tickets this evening; pay just $42 for MVP infield seats and get an amazing view of their Patriotic Fireworks display!
6/19/14 - It’s been over 20 years since Joe Carter left the yard against Philadelphia’s Mitch “Wild Thing” Williams in the bottom of the ninth inning of 1993 World Series Game 6, giving the Toronto Blue Jays their second – and last – World Series title. But Jerry Crasnick of ESPN says that there’s some buzz starting to rise over a team that’s been mostly wandering in the wilderness of the American League East since that last league title. The Jays have finished above third place just once since ’93, a second place finish in 2006; last season, which seemed to offer some promise, saw the Blue Jays fall thud to dead last place in the AL East. Fast forward to 2014, and the high-flying Jays seem poised to give Rogers Centre fans something else to cheer about – the only Toronto based major sports team to win a league championship of any kind since 1993 has been the Canadian Football League’s Argonauts, who have claimed four Grey Cups (the CFL equivalent of the Super Bowl), in 1996, 1997, 2004 and 2012.
6/11/14 - The Toronto Blue Jays continue their mastery of the American League East, and the rest of the clubs they face as well. Now 5 ½ games ahead of second place Baltimore, and owners of the second best record in the AL (one loss behind Oakland), the Jays got Edwin Encarnacion’s 20th homer in Monday’s win over Minnesota, which puts him second in the AL to Baltimore’s Nelson Cruz.. Encarnacion is also second in the AL in RBI, third in slugging percentage, fourth in OPS, sixth in runs scored, and ninth in walks. The other big bats in Toronto’s lineup, Jose Bautista, is hitting .309 with a .436 on-base percentage, and Melky Cabrera, not far behind at .304 but leading the team with 82 hits.
6/3/14 - Are the Toronto Blue Jays now the team to beat in the American League East? More and more, it is looking like that’s the case – though some pundits are suggesting that the Jays need one more starter in their rotation in order to keep their advantage in an extremely tough division, one that has been dominated in the 21st Century by two teams – the Yankees and Red Sox – with Tampa Bay and Baltimore gaining ground as well. Currently fourth in ESPN’s power rankings and fifth in brother publication Grantland’s “The 30,” the Jays have gone 16-4 in their last 20 games. Powering this has been Edwin Encarnacion, who has moved into second place in the AL in homers (19), RBI (50), and slugging percentage (.615), as well as fourth in runs scored (40) and OPS (.974). Mark Buehrle has become Major League Baseball’s first 10-game winner as well, pitching eight strong innings on June 1 against Kansas City to bring his record to an astounding 10-1.
5/28/14 - These are exciting times north of the border for the Toronto Blue Jays. The team they assembled, and expected to compete with last season, is finally playing up to its billing in 2014, currently in first place in the ultra-competitive American League East Division. The Jays are second in the entire 30-team MLB in runs scored, third in hits, first in home runs, second in total bases, fourth in on-base percentage, and second in slugging percentage and OPS (on-base plus slugging). The outstanding hitting numbers, though, mask some pitching issues – 24th in earned-run average and batting-average against, 19th in strikeouts, and just a single complete game (a shutout by Drew Hutchison)...but their seven shutouts recorded put them tied for fourth place overall.
5/20/14 - After winning just one of four against the Los Angeles Angels, the Toronto Blue Jays turned around and took two out of three from both Cleveland (at home) and Texas (on the road), before heading off to do battle in Boston. Along the way, pitchers Mark Buehrle (7-1), R.A. Dickey (4-2) and Drew Hutchison (2-3) collected wins, the latter coming against Rangers ace Yu Darvish. Offensively, Melky Cabrera has continued to hit well, in the top ten in the American League in batting average (.310 going into tonight’s game), including the lone extra-base hit – a double that scored two runs – off Rangers pitcher Darvish in Hutcison’s winning effort. The Blue Jays also lead the American League, as a team, in homers with 59, nine ahead of the next team, the Chicago White Sox.
5/16/14 - Toronto Blue Jays ace Mark Buehrle will take the mound this weekend against the Texas Rangers in search of his major league leading eighth victory against just one loss. His 2.04 ERA is tops in the American League; another Jays starter, Drew Hutchison, is 15th in the AL in strikeouts with 49. Offensively, Melky Cabrera leads the majors in hits with 57, and is fourth in the AL in batting average at .320; while Jose Bautista continues his slugging ways with 10 homers, a .426 OBP, and a slugging percentage of .546 – good for an OPS of .972 to go along with his .292 batting average. The Jays are 1 ½ games behind Baltimore in the always tough American League East.
5/9/14 - Since starting the month of May, the Toronto Blue Jays have won six of their last eight games, including a four game home-and-home sweep of the Philadelphia Phillies which saw Mark Buehrle collect his sixth win against just one loss, and R.A. Dickey square his record at 3-3. The Jays have had to win in order to keep pace in a very tightly competitive American League East Division, where a margin of just two games separates first-place Baltimore from fourth-place Boston. Buehrle’s six wins are tops among AL pitchers, and his ERA of 1.91 places him tied for second (with Oakland’s Sonny Gray) behind Detroit’s Max Scherzer. Another Toronto starter, Drew Hutchison, is tied for 10th leaguewide with three other players in strikeouts with 44. Offensively, a pair of Jays – Jose Bautista and Colby Rasmus – each have nine homers, tied for third in the AL behind rookie Jose Abreu and a resurgent Albert Pujols.
4/18/14 - After winning the opening game of their series with Minnesota, then having the next game postponed a day, the Toronto Blue Jays dropped both halves of the resulting doubleheader on April 17, 7-0 and 9-5. The Jays were shut down by Twins starter Kyle Gibson, who tossed eight innings of four-hit shutout baseball, while R.A. Dickey lasted just 4 1/3 innings, allowing five runs on seven hits and four walks. The Jays offense woke up in the second game, with Jose Bautista slamming his league leading sixth home run; but Sergio Santos uncorked three wild pitches in the bottom of the eighth inning to allow Minnesota to pull ahead. Even worse, Jays pitchers walked eight straight hitters in that fateful inning.
4/14/14 - Currently tied with Tampa and the Evil Empire Yankees, the Toronto Blue Jays are trying to stay competitive in probably, top to bottom, the toughest division in Major League Baseball. After splitting their season-opening series in Tampa-St. Petersburg, the Jays returned home to Rogers Centre for half a dozen games against the Yanks and Houston. R.A. Dickey collected his first win over the season over the Bronx Bombers in the middle game of that three-game set, throwing 6 2/3 innings of shutout baseball, along with three relievers for the 4-0 win. The Jays then claimed two out of three from the visiting Astros, falling 6-4 in the rubber game of the set. This weekend the Jays make their first stop of a three city road trip, in Baltimore for three; next week the Jays head for Minneapolis and Cleveland for three each against these Central Division opponents.
4/8/14 - The Toronto Blue Jays got off to an awesome start for being AL East underdogs, winning their first series over the Tampa Bay Rays. Though the Blue Jays dropped two to the New York Yankees, including their sold-out home opener, they've scored 26 runs in seven games (13 from home runs) and have a chance to bounce back against the Houston Astros at home. This weekend they'll be taking on other division foes, the Baltimore Orioles, and you can get in for just $4-$5 from Tuesday to Thursday (4/8-4/10)! Spend just $9 on Toronto Blue Jays tickets to see them take on the Orioles at Camden Yards Saturday and Sunday.
4/7/14 - After hosting – and winning – a pair of exhibitions against the New York Mets in Montreal, the first Major League Baseball games to be played in that city since the end of the 2004 season, and the departure of the Expos to become the Washington Nationals, the Toronto Blue Jays packed their bags again and headed south for their season-opening four game set with the Tampa Bay Rays. The Jays and Rays ended up splitting the four games, dropping the season opener 9-2 and the April 3 game by a 7-2 count, and winning the middle pair, 4-2 and 3-0. R.A. Dickey and Brandon Morrow were saddled with the losses; Dickey gave up six runs, all earned, on five hits (including three doubles) while walking six and striking out four in five innings, while Morrow allowed four runs, all earned, on seven hits in just over five innings of work. The wins were behind the pitching of Drew Hutchison and Mark Buehrle. Also, shortstop Jose Reyes is back on the disabled list with a hamstring injury.
4/1/14 - The Toronto Blue Jays are kicking off their season with a long trip down south against the Tampa Bay Rays. Yesterday, thanks to an R.A. Dickey meltdown following his impressive spring, the Blue Jays dropped their opener with a 2-9 loss. Far worse than one loss, however, was the injury sustained by crucial shortstop Jose Reyes early on Monday. After his first at-bat, Reyes re-injured his hamstring while running to first base. He was immediately placed on the disabled list and will be out for at least 15 days. The Blue Jays have the opportunity to show some resiliency and make up for their injured comrade by winning out their opening series: tickets are available for tonight's match ($27 in Upper Reserve) and tomorrow's game ($17 in the Outfield).
3/28/14 - Congratulations, R.A. Dickey. You’re going to be a movie star. Or at least you’ll have a movie star playing you. USA Today’s For the Win reports that Dickey’s autobiographical best seller, “Wherever I Wind Up,” has had its movie rights picked up by a production company; FTW says that the company plans to hire Buzz Bissinger, best known for his book on Texas high school football, “Friday Night Lights,” to write the screenplay. The production company, a new outfit called A Thing or Two Productions, is apparently teaming up with TriStar Pictures to produce the film. The book tells Dickey’s story of recovery from numerous setbacks, reaching his pinnacle in 2012 by winning the National League’s Cy Young Award while with the New York Mets.
3/25/14 - The Blue Jays are saying bye to Florida—but not for long! Toronto ends Grapefruit League play this week, but they'll be back in the Sunshine State to take on the Tampa Bays Rays for Opening Day. You can still get cheap Toronto Blue Jays tickets for a number of preseason matchups including the final two Grapefruit games: Wednesday against the Yankees (get-in for $21) and Thursday against the Phillies (get-in for $19). Back-to-back exhibition games against the New York Mets in Montreal are also available this Friday (one ticket left for $213 Field Level) and Saturday (32 tickets left from $103-$264). If you want to catch them back in Florida for Opening Day, you can score Toronto Blue Jays tickets for as low as $24! And, if the Jose Reyes injury is on your mind, don't worry Blue Jays fans! Today's MRI revealed that the star shortstop is only out with a minor hamstring strain, granting the club much-needed relief over what they feared was a more serious injury. Reyes is now day-to-day with one week left to rest before the first pitch of the year.
3/21/14 - How bad was 2013 for Canada’s baseball team, the Toronto Blue Jays? Consider this: The Jays had one of the worst seasons for injuries of any team in the bigs last year. Edwin Encarnacion, the team’s 2013 power man, missed 20 games. Jose Bautista, the American League’s home run champ in 2010-11, missed 44 games in 2013, as did Colby Rasmus. Brett Lawrie missed 55 games, while at the top of the list was infielder Jose Reyes, who lost 69 games on the disabled list. Obviously the ultimate success of this year’s edition of the Jays will hinge on how many games each of these players don’t miss – not to mention the rest of the starting squad, both position players and starting pitching. Grantland’s Jonah Keri, in his preview of the AL East, suggests that the depth of the division means the Jays will have to have everything come together just right if they are to have hope at a wild-card slot this fall.
3/18/14 - The Toronto Blue Jays have two weeks left to prepare for their on-the-road Opening Day game against the Tampa Bay Rays on March 31; tickets for this match are $81 on average. Fans are far more excited for the Blue Jay's first home opener, in which Brandon Morrow is slated to start on the mound opposite touted import Masahiro Tanaka of the New York Yankees. This game, on April 4, is averaging $131. If you can't wait to see your boys in blue, catch them for cheap before Spring Training ends! Toronto Blue Jays tickets start at $31 this Wednesday against Philadelphia and drop to $29 this Saturday against Detroit.
3/14/14 - They lost out on free agent Ervin Santana, but that just means Brandon Morrow is still looking forward to being “the man” in the Toronto rotation. A recent piece in the Toronto Sun indicated that Jays brass including manager John Gibbons and general manager Alex Anthopoulos “expect great things” from Morrow, who was just 2-3 with 42 strikeouts, a 1.49 WHIP, and a 5.63 ERA in 10 starts last year before experiencing soreness in his right forearm. Morrow also put on some bulk in the offseason, adding about 20 pounds to his 6’3” frame, leading Gibbons to quip, “He looks like a good, strong, starting, durable pitcher.”
3/10/14 - With Opening Day exactly three weeks away, the Toronto Blue Jays are running out of time to put the final touches on their roster before the regular season takes flight. Rumors sprouted long ago that the organization would sign top free-agent Ervin Santana to a one-year deal around $14 million, but now a bidding war has begun with Minnesota and Baltimore also in the mix. The Blue Jays are using fellow Dominican stars Jose Bautista, Edwin Encarnacion and Jose Reyes to try and talk Santana into taking the shorter deal with Toronto in the next couple days. Dunedin, FL will see a lot of baseball action this week with five upcoming games at awesome prices: Toronto Blue Jays tickets start at $24 against Tampa Bay (3/12), $18 against Houston (3/13), $24 against Boston (3/14) and $17 against Baltimore (3/16).
3/3/14 - After making a huge offseason splash before the 2013 season, the Toronto Blue Jays found they still couldn’t keep up in the highly competitive American League East, finishing in last place with a disappointing 74-88 record. It’s been over 20 years since the Jays became the first team from outside the United States to capture a World Series trophy, claiming back to back crowns in 1992-93; but as always in these Spring Training days, there is much hope and optimism in the Jays’ camp in Dunedin, Fla. Slugger Jose Bautists is hoping for more success in 2014 than his injury plagued 2013 campaign, while infielder Jose Reyes said to be “relieved” to have a second year with Toronto, according to ESPN.
2/12/14 - Most of the Toronto Blue Jays have already left their northern homes for Spring Training down in Florida as part of the Grapefruit League, go and join them! Players don't officially report until 2/16, and you're first chance to see the squad in action is 2/27 when they face the Pittsburgh Pirates. Toronto Blue Jays tickets for their AL East spring faceoff are only $7. Stay tuned on the Blue Jays, the organization is reportedly in talks to bag one of the right-handers left on the market Ervin Santana or Ubaldo Jimenez.
1/30/14 - The Toronto Blue Jays have been relatively quiet this winter, especially compared to the big splashes they made in previous years, but now's the time to make some noise, as spring is rapidly approaching and Toronto is still lacking a couple starting pitchers. The front office reportedly has eyes on Ubaldo Jimenez and Ervin Santana to fill out the positions. Score some Toronto Blue Jays tickets for $38 on average to see who takes the mound for Spring Training!
Toronto Blue Jays 2014 Season
Last offseason, the Toronto Blue Jays made two huge trades with Mets
for a number of touted players. The moves did not pay off in the least and left the Blue Jays at the bottom of the AL East. This time around, GM Alex Anthopoulos is going in another direction, staying quiet and pinching pennies all winter.
That’s not to say that Toronto hasn’t made any moves this offseason, in fact, the Blue Jays have signed Dioner Navarro, reacquired Eric Katz, and banked Chris Getz. Still, the Blue Jays are left with a problematic bullpen and two gaping holes in the starting rotation. The franchise is reportedly in talks to land Ervin Santana and/or Ubaldo Jimenez in the next week. The offseason is not over yet, Toronto fans, with a month until Spring Training, there’s still time to bag a big-name impact player off of the free agent market. Get your Toronto Blue Jays tickets now and see if the past years of spending will finally come to profit this season!
2013 figures to be one of the most significant seasons for the Blue Jays in recent memory. In 2012, the Jays managed a mediocre 73-89, good for 4th in the AL East and 20 games out of the MLB playoffs. However, their extensive offseason activity has many fans and odds-makers looking to the World Series. Coming into
Spring Training, Toronto's the favorite in Vegas to win the World Series.
After manager John Farrell was released to take the same position with the Red Sox, the Jays rehired former manager John Gibbons. Gibbons will have a stable of new talent to work with. In free agency, the Blue Jays signed 2012 All-Star MVP Melky Cabrera and infielder Maicer Izturis. In a move that sent shockwaves through the baseball world, Toronto made a blockbuster trade with the Miami Marlins, acquiring all-stars Mark Buerhle, Josh Johnson, and Jose Reyes. The Jays were also able to acquire 2012 NL CY Young winner R.A. Dickey from the Mets and sign him to a 2-year contract extension. Dickey will be the opening day starter on 4/2 at home against the Indians.
It remains to be seen whether all the new talent can mesh with Jose Bautista and the remaining 2012 Jays to challenge the Yankees, Orioles, Rays, and Red Sox, for supremacy in the ultra-competitive AL East. Fans hoping to see how the season plays out at the Rogers Centre can expect to pay an average of about $84 per ticket for Blue Jays tickets, good for 10th highest in the league and 8% higher than league average. Despite their all-star roster, the Toronto Blue Jays tickets only average $66 on the road, 20th highest in the league.