Recap: Phillies 0 vs Blue Jays 10 – Or Buehrle, Bats Send Phillies Back to 2008.
(CP) No, I’m the ace of the Blue Jays! No, I am! No, I AM! A simplistic (and arguably childish) description of the Blue Jays’ rotation at current. R.A. Dickey, while he hasn’t pitched like one consistently, was acquired to lead this rotation, but I spoke last night about how Drew Hutchison was pitching like…
Recap: Blue Jays 6 vs Phillies 5 (10 inn) – Or: Stroman’s First Career Victory!
(Thank you Matt Slocum/Associated Press) It’s a sweep (kind of)! And Marcus Stroman got his first career win (after the Jays blew another 5-0 lead) in a 6-5 extra innings victory. At least for the moment, it’s the first sweep, good or bad, that the Jays have been involved in this year (And we should…
Recap: Blue Jays 3 @ Phillies 0 – Or Jose and J.A. will the Jays to Victor…ay?
To quote the fictional philosopher, Ace Ventura, “Take care, now. Bye-bye then.” This message was hilariously mimed by Jose Bautista after the game’s final out to silence his taunting critics in the right field bleachers. But it also served symbolic as the Jays silenced…
Recap: Blue Jays 6 vs Pirates 8 – Or, If This Keeps Up, I’m Going To Develop Depression.
What’s it been like watching the Blue Jays over the past two weeks? Ask home plate umpire Adam Hamari how it felt as that breaking ball jumped up and bit him in the gonads.
Recap: Blue Jays 5 @ Pirates 3 – until Sergio Santos came in.
And another one gone, and another one gone. Another lead bites the dust. The Blue Jays had a two-run lead stolen from them by the aptly-named Pirates, as de-facto closer Sergio Santos allowed two homers in the 9th inning in a 6-5 disappointment.
Recap: Blue Jays Avoid Brooms in Kansas City
For the second series in a row, the Toronto Blue Jays (13-15) avoided a sweep, with a 7-3 victory over Kansas City Thursday night.
Bullpen Implodes Again – Royals topple Blue Jays
Dustin McGowan was wearing his insulin pump Tuesday night in an attempt to lower eleveated blood sugar levels. In the early going, he had to lower elevated blood pressure levels of Blue Jays’ fans.
Recap: Dickey shines as Blue Jays avoid sweep with a 7-1 win
The story of the game is undoubtedly R.A. Dickey’s best pitching performance of the season. 6.1 innings, 5 hits, 1 run, 0 walks (!!!), 6 strikeouts. But the story behind the story is how short of a leash Dickey had.
Recap: Red Sox edge Blue Jays Despite Morrow’s No Hitter
Wait, what? Yes, you read that correctly. Brandon Morrow threw a no-hitter against the Boston Red Sox on Saturday, and the Blue Jays still lost 7-6. Kind of.
Recap: Orioles 10 vs Blue Jays 8 – or Bloody Hell, Not Again…
Yeah. That’s the look of a game gone wrong. Or, more accurately, a look that, at the time, suggested that doom was pending.