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The Toronto Blue Jays were able to fend off elimination with a 5-1 victory over the Cleveland Indians in game 4 of the ALCS. The Blue Jays’ five runs scored was more than they had in the three previous games combined. Josh Donaldson started the offense in the third inning with a home run, “You know, I liked being able to get the lead there early on in the game. We haven’t been able to get a lead in this series… In the playoffs, these games aren’t going to come easy to win.” Game 5 will be played today and Toronto will be going with pitcher Marco Estrada against rookie Ryan Merritt. Said Estrada, “We’ve got to win. That’s basically it. I’m going to go out and do what I’ve basically done all year and not really think about it as an elimination game. I’ll just think about it just as another game.”
The Toronto Blue Jays will be looking to eliminate the Rangers as they play host today at Rogers Centre. The Rangers will be starting pitcher Colby Lewis while the Jays will start Aaron Sanchez.
Meeting in the postseason for the second consecutive year these two teams have nothing but bad blood between them. Whether it’s Jose Bautista’s bat flip or Rougned Odor’s punch heard round the world these two teams always generate plenty of fireworks.
In a stunning debut game for the MLB playoffs Edwin Encarnacion delivered an incredible walk-off homerun in the 11th inning to advance and play the Texas Rangers. Jose Bautista also homered in the win, as the Blue Jays look for their first World Series title since 1993.
The AL wild card game is tonight and these two opponents know each other quite well. Having played 19 times this past season the Blue Jays have a slight edge with 10 wins to the Orioles’ 9. The two pitchers tonight will be Chris Tillman for the O’s and Marcus Stroman for the Jays. Be sure to catch all the action as the game starts at 8pm tonight!
Things are looking really good for the Toronto Blue Jays as the last week of the season begins. Although they have yet to secure their playoff spot, most analysts give them a nearly 100 percent chance at making the American League Wild Card game, scheduled for Oct. 4. The Blue Jays are up a game and a half over their closest competition, but they will have to stay on their toes or the Orioles may just catch them unaware. Toronto faces their last series of the regular season against the Boston Red Sox this Friday, Sept. 30, through Sunday, Oct. 2, at Fenway Park. Tickets to see these games are available now starting at $80.
The Toronto Blue Jays took on the Tampa Bay Rays on Monday night and the game was full of exciting baseball and a lot of other thrilling action. Both teams cleared the benches after the Blue Jays won the game, 3-2 yesterday, which had a lot of potential to end in punches. What caused such a ruckus? Steven Souza Jr. was called for the final out when his fly ball was caught. Souza was upset with how Roberto Osuna cheered for his team’s victory and then the drama began. Luckily, it didn’t end up with any punches being thrown and both teams left the field unharmed. See if there are more confrontations when they play against each other again on September 14.
The Toronto Blue Jays went 0-3 against the Yankees in their latest three game series. Game two was close, with a late rally by the Blue Jays. The teams went into the eighth inning with the Yankees ahead 3-2. The Blue Jays got two runs that inning to draw ahead; however, they allowed the Yankees to get 4 runs in the bottom of the inning to once again take the lead. The two runs in the ninth inning were not enough to win. The Blue Jays will look to turn things around when they play the Red Sox at home for three games starting on the 9, followed by the Rays. You can still get tickets for $34 and up.
It was a homer from Matt Wieters Tuesday night that ended Jason Grilli’s hopes of making it a full month without allowing a batter to score. Grilli, relief pitcher for the Toronto Blue Jays, had nearly 14 innings of scoreless pitching in the team’s 5-3 loss to the Orioles. With just about a month left to play in the regular season, he will be the go-to as Toronto looks to increase their lead in the AL East and make a run for the playoffs. The Blue Jays will play a three-game series at Tampa Bay starting this Friday, Sept. 2. Don’t miss a single pitch—get your tickets now for just $13 and up.
After losing the first of three games against the Yankees, the Toronto Blue Jays won the next two. In game 2, the Blue Jays came back from behind to beat the Yankees to win 12-6. In the sixth inning, the Blue Jays scored four runs to get within two of the Yankees, and then they secured their win with an eight run eighth inning. The next night, the Blue Jays led early and maintained the lead to win 7-4. With these wins, the Blue Jays are back on top of the AL East. They next head to Cleveland to play three games against the Indians starting on August 19. You can still get tickets for $28 and up.
The Toronto Blue Jays are making a strong case for a playoff run in recent matches, except for one absolutely humiliating encounter with the Seattle Mariners. Besides the head-scratching 5 - 14 loss at home on July 23, the Blue Jays look poised and ready for post-season. In fact, they made an impressive statement on Tuesday night against the San Diego Padres. The match went into extra innings after being tied 4 - 4. In the twelfth inning, however, the Blue Jays outscored the Padres 3 - 2 to win the game 7 - 6. The home crowd went into an absolute frenzy. Tickets to Friday’s match against the Baltimore Orioles start at $29.
Except for one loss against the Detroit Tigers on Saturday, the Toronto Blue Jays are looking unstoppable lately. They have won the last eight out of nine games, including a recent sweep over 2015 World Champions the Kansas City Royals. On Sunday, the Blue Jays all but humiliated the Detroit Tigers when they beat the visiting team 6 - 1. Toronto punctuated the game with two runs in the second and three in the fourth to solidify the victory. Now, however, the Blue Jays will be put to the test on the road. Catch them when they return Friday, July 22 to host the Seattle Mariners. Tickets are $14 and up.
The Toronto Blue Jays may be in third place in the East Division of the American League, but do not count them out as playoff contenders just yet. The Blue Jays boast an impressive 43 wins, which is actually one more than second place team the Boston Red Sox. Division leaders the Baltimore Orioles currently have a 47 - 30 record, which is definitely within reaching distance with half of the season still to go. Toronto’s next matchup is with the Cleveland Indians, who will be in town at Rogers Centre through Sunday, July 3. Tickets to the matchup on Saturday are currently available for prices starting as low as $21.
The race for the AL East title is as contested as any division in baseball, and the Toronto Blue Jays are right in the thick of it. As the dog days of summer approach, the Jays’ bats might be getting hot at the right time, especially with Josh Donaldson resuming his MVP form. The club has played extremely well in June and will look to keep piling up wins with home series against the Diamondbacks and Indians. Arizona comes to the Rogers Center for a two-game interleague matchup on June 21 and 22, with tickets starting as low as $3. To close out the month, Toronto will host Cleveland for a four-game series, and tickets for the first game start at $4.
Sparking the offense hasn’t been easy for the Toronto Blue Jays so far this season, but one strategy in particular helped them take a series against the Twins 3-1 last week. Stacking their three hottest batters at the top of the lineup proved to be just what Toronto needed to help get them over the slump that has them in last place in the American League East. The Blue Jays will have to keep the momentum going, as they are up against the MLB’s top team this weekend. The Red Sox will be in town for a three-game series that starts Friday, May 27. Seats at the Rogers Centre are available from us today for just $11 and up.
They’ve already technically won the series, but the Toronto Blue Jays are looking to go 3-0 in San Francisco this week. After a huge 3-1 win on Monday and a 4-0 shutout victory Tuesday, the Jays are feeling pretty confident they can overcome the Giants and prove any naysayers wrong. Huge performances from pitcher J.A. Happ and slugger Troy Tulowitzki this week have helped propel Toronto to third place in the American League East. Catch the Blue Jays in action next week as they welcome Tampa Bay to the Rogers Centre for a three-game series. The fun starts Monday, May 16, with the first pitch scheduled for 7:07 PM. We have a great selection of affordable seating, with prices starting at just $3 for the upper level.
Trailing to the White Sox by two runs late in the ninth inning Monday night, the Toronto Blue Jays had a prime opportunity to make a rally for the win. With bases loaded, a solid hit from Michael Saunders would give Toronto the potential to overtake the game. Saunders got the hit, but his teammate Troy Tulowitzki accidentally let the bouncer hit him in the arm on his way from first to second, getting Chicago the out that ended the game with a final score of 7-5. Toronto will try to redeem themselves at home with a series against the Texas Rangers beginning Monday, May 2. Tickets are available now and start at just $3!
After a pair of cancelled games, the Toronto Blue Jays ended their Spring Training with a 4-3 loss against the Twins. The relievers saw some action on the mound as the starters rested for the upcoming exhibition games. Ryan Tepera started, and Drew Storen, Gavin Floyd and Roberta Osuna also pitched for a few innings. The team is heading back home with a side trip to Montreal for a pair of exhibition games in Olympic Stadium on April 1 and 2 before heading to Tampa Bay to play the Rays on Opening Day on April 3. Their home opener is on April 8 and 9. You can still get tickets for all games, with prices for the home opener starting at $65.
April is just a few short weeks away and that means that opening day is right around the corner! In the meantime, the Toronto Blue Jays are busy getting ready for the 2016 season with several final spring training games in Dunedin, FL. Their next matchup will be against the Houston Astros on Friday, March 18. Tickets to the practice game are still available for prices starting at $75. Additionally, before the Blue Jays kick things off at home, they’ll be taking on the Boston Red Sox on April 1 and 2 in an honorary game at the Olympic Stadium in Montreal, QC. After that, they’ll have their first game of the season on April 8.