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Tim Beckham had a two-run single with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning and the Tampa Bay Rays rallied to beat the AL East champion Toronto Blue Jays 4-3 on Saturday night.
Why the Blue Jays deserve your love
There is nothing not to like about David Price, Josh Donaldson and Troy Tulowitzki. The Jays have finally ended their postseason drought, and there's a whole country who'd like to see them take it all. Who you root for, who you don't
The Blue Jays shortstop was full speed ahead as he got back into action after nearly three weeks on the shelf with a shoulder injury.
Troy Tulowitzki doubled and singled in his return to the Toronto lineup after missing three weeks with injuries, and the AL East champion Blue Jays rallied past the Tampa Bay Rays 8-4 Friday nigh
Troy Tulowitzki returned to the lineup for the American League East champion Toronto Blue Jays on Friday night after missing three weeks with injuries.
Where would Jays be without Donaldson?
Numbers aside, Josh Donaldson has arguably had the most franchise-altering presence of any player on any MLB team. So does he overtake Mike Trout for AL MVP? End-of-season awards
If your favorite team failed to reach the postseason, choosing whom to cheer for can be challenging. Here's a cheat sheet.
Tulowitzki returns to Blue Jays lineup
SS Troy Tulowitzki, who has been sidelined since Sept. 12 with a cracked scapula suffered in a collision with teammate Kevin Pillar, will bat seventh against the Rays.
Grantland: 'The Jonah Keri Podcast': Marcus Stroman on His Quick Rehab, and Aaron Gleeman on the Twins
Jonah Keri talks to Blue Jays pitcher Marcus Stroman about his rapid rehab and a magical season in Toronto. Then, HardballTalk writer Aaron Gleeman covers the surprising Twins.
ESPN MLB Insider Tim Kurkjian shares his thoughts on why the Blue Jays' trade deadline moves worked so well, Yoenis Cespedes' role with the Mets, the Dodgers' pitching rotation and more.
The 2015 season had its studs (Josh Donaldson) and duds (Jonathan Papelbon). From MVPs to LVPs and many more in between, see who gets the hardware.
The Toronto Blue Jays extended the celebration of their first AL East title in 22 years, resting their starters Thursday in a rain-marred 6-4 loss to the Baltimore Orioles.
Blue Jays, Royals jockey for position
The Blue Jays finish the season against the two worst AL East teams. Kansas City is only one game behind Toronto for home-field advantage, but the Royals have a considerably tougher end to the season against the Twins.
The Toronto Blue Jays, with depth throughout the roster, will be the favorites to reach the World Series out of the American League.
Buster Olney and Tyler Kepner discuss what the Blue Jays and Cardinals are doing right, what the Yankees are doing wrong and more. Plus, Jesse Rogers and Todd Radom's quiz.
Bryant: Blue Jays back to thinking big
Toronto GM Alex Anthopoulos was 16 the last time the Jays won the AL East, and each moment of belief feels not unlike quicksand, because nothing is certain in baseball and dreaming big is usually when the floor caves in. But now they've got some swagger. All in
Jayson Stark Senior Writer, ESPN.com
Fantastic stat from ESPN's Paul Hembekides: Blue Jays run differential is 136 greater than any other team, Last AL team with gap that large that didn't win the World Series: The 1914 A's!
On Base Percentage.3401st
Earned Run Average3.8012th
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