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4/25/2015 | Norris regains pop in longest outing of career

Daniel Norris didn't get the win the win he was looking for on Saturday night, but the rookie left-hander can take solace in the fact that he deserved a much better fate.


4/25/2015 | Castro facing early growing pains as Jays' closer

Miguel Castro wasn't going to be perfect forever, but it's clear over the past week and a half he's hit a bump in the road.


4/25/2015 | Archer, Buehrle resume their battle on the mound

No. 1 starter Chris Archer will take the mound when the Rays close out their three-game series against left-hander Mark Buehrle and the Blue Jays on Sunday afternoon at Tropicana Field.


4/25/2015 | Beckham's clutch double paces Rays' comeback over Jays

Tim Beckham's two-run double in the eighth inning led the Rays to a come-from-behind 4-2 win over the Blue Jays Saturday night at Tropicana Field.


4/25/2015 | Saunders debuts in right field for Blue Jays

The Blue Jays are one step closer to being fully healthy after outfielder Michael Saunders made his debut in the lineup on Saturday night at Tropicana Field.


4/25/2015 | Bautista misses fourth straight game with sore shoulder

Jose Bautista missed his fourth consecutive game on Saturday night because of soreness in his right shoulder.


4/25/2015 | Blue Jays release rehabbing Romero

The Blue Jays released former No. 1 starter Ricky Romero on Saturday afternoon.


4/25/2015 | Ramirez, Norris search for groove as Rays face Jays

The Rays and Blue Jays return to action Saturday night at Tropicana Field at 6:10 p.m. ET, with Erasmo Ramirez facing Daniel Norris.


4/25/2015 | Dickey can't pinpoint reason for early-season struggles

The mystery surrounding R.A. Dickey's struggles at the beginning of the season has now carried into its third year.


4/24/2015 | Blue Jays activate Saunders, who will play tonight

The Blue Jays activated outfielder Michael Saunders from the 15-day disabled list following Friday night's 12-3 loss to the Rays.


4/24/2015 | Rays' bats come alive vs. Blue Jays in Smyly's return

James Loney and Rene Rivera each homered as the Rays chased knuckleballer R.A. Dickey from the game after 4 2/3 innings during a 12-3 victory over the Blue Jays on Friday night at Tropicana Field.


4/24/2015 | Stroman to finish Duke degree while rehabbing knee

As the Blue Jays prepare to open their first three-city road trip of the season, their prized right-hander, Marcus Stroman, is getting ready to go back to school.


4/24/2015 | Bautista out for opener, but expected back this weekend

Jose Bautista missed his third consecutive game on Friday night because of a sore right shoulder, but the Blue Jays remain optimistic that he will return at some point this weekend.


4/24/2015 | Hutchison flirts with perfecto, settles for gem

For five innings against the Orioles on Thursday night, Blue Jays right-hander Drew Hutchison was pitching against history. Instead, he settled for his best start this season.


4/24/2015 | Castro is learning to roll with the punches

When Blue Jays manager John Gibbons consoled Miguel Castro after Toronto completed its three-game sweep of Baltimore on Thursday, the rookie closer just nodded and smiled. There wasn't much else to say after nearly squandering a four-run lead in the ninth inning.


4/23/2015 | Blue Jays survive Orioles' rally after Hutchison's gem

Drew Hutchison delivered a stellar eight-inning performance and the Blue Jays fought off a late Orioles charge to take a 7-6 victory and complete their first sweep of the season on Thursday night at Rogers Centre.


4/23/2015 | Smyly ready for debut vs. Dickey, Blue Jays

Tampa Bay Rays left-hander Drew Smyly returns to the rotation to make his first start of the season after beginning the year on the disabled list. His only start against the Blue Jays came on Aug. 22 at Rogers Centre when he threw the first complete game of his career with a two-hit shutout in his fourth start with the Rays.


4/23/2015 | Porcello, Gonzalez open matchup at Camden Yards

For the second consecutive weekend, the Red Sox and Orioles have an American League East matchup. Only this time, the series takes place at Camden Yards. Rick Porcello and Miguel Gonzalez face off in Friday night's opener in a rematch of last Sunday's game at Fenway.


4/23/2015 | Bautista could remain out through the weekend

Jose Bautista, still nursing a strained right shoulder, was out of the lineup for Thursday's series finale with the Orioles and could miss the Blue Jays' upcoming road series against the Rays.


4/23/2015 | Blue Jays place Navarro on DL, recall Thole

The Blue Jays placed catcher Dioner Navarro on the 15-day disabled list Thursday after an MRI exam revealed a slight tear in his left hamstring. Toronto also recalled Josh Thole from Triple-A Buffalo.


4/23/2015 | Sanchez overcomes 7 walks to notch first win

The high number of walks have to come down, but for now, right-hander Aaron Sanchez is finding a way to survive even without his best command on the mound.


4/22/2015 | Tillman, Hutchison duel in rematch with sweep on line

Chris Tillman and Drew Hutchison will meet again on Thursday as the Blue Jays and Orioles wrap a three-game series at Rogers Centre, with Toronto eyeing a sweep of its American League East rivals.


4/22/2015 | Travis makes resounding return to Blue Jays' lineup

Devon Travis made his return to the Blue Jays' lineup with a bang on Wednesday night, and it's pretty clear that a rib cage injury isn't about to slow him down any time soon.


4/22/2015 | Blue Jays outmuscle O's to lift wild Sanchez to first win

Devon Travis and Justin Smoak each homered, while right-hander Aaron Sanchez somehow pitched around seven walks in the Blue Jays' 4-2 victory over the Orioles on Wednesday night at Rogers Centre.


4/22/2015 | Statcast goes in depth on Encarnacion's clout

Instead of simply marveling at the fact that Edwin Encarnacion's second homer landed in the upper deck, Statcast is able to provide a glimpse of what exactly made his blast so powerful.




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