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93-69, 1st in AL East
Stroman's energy the key for Toronto (3:27)

Gordon Edes ESPN Staff Writer 

I'm covering a guy in the ALDS, Chris Colabello of the Jays, who 10 years ago was playing for Joe Ruth's semipro Lunenburg Phillies in my hometown. Amazing tale of how he got here...and why he belongs. Come back tonight/tomorrow a.m. to read his saga.

Rangers battle in Toronto, Game 5 of ALDS (3:13)

Gordon Edes ESPN Staff Writer 

Jose Bautista is not napping, he's stretching

Gordon Edes ESPN Staff Writer 

Calm before the storm. Toronto manager John Gibbons relaxes during Jays optional workout

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AL pennant odds have Toronto as favorite

From Westgate Las Vegas:

  • Toronto: 13-10
  • Kansas City: 2-1
  • Texas: 9-2
  • Houston: 5-1

Stats & Info

Jays looking to come all the way back

Toronto became the fifth team in postseason history to force Game 5 in a best-of-five series after losing the first two games at home. Two of the previous four teams to do the same won the decisive fifth game.

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Blue Jays have plenty to celebrate

Chris Colabello, right, rejoices with Ryan Goins after hitting a first-inning home run that gave Toronto an early 3-0 lead in Game 4. See the best images from the series. Full ALDS photo gallery

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Jays may pay price for Game 4 strategy

Having David Price throw three innings out of the bullpen on Monday likely means he won't be available in Wednesday's Game 5. Was it the wrong move by Toronto manager John Gibbons? Monday's Top 5

Kurkjian predicts Price won't be back with Jays (0:59)
Kurkjian: 'Shocked' Blue Jays pitched Price in Game 4 (1:18)

Mike & Mike Hour 1: ALDS, NLDS, Dibble

Mike Greenberg and Cris Carter in for Mike Golic weigh in on Game 3 NLDS victories for both the Mets and Cubs with ESPN 97.9's Rob Dibble. Plus, he shares his thoughts on who will advance to the ALCS.

Jim Caple Senior Writer, 

John Gibbons on yankingDickey for Price with 7-1 lead in fifth inning: There was a method to the madness. I'm sure it's not real popular.

What changed for Toronto? (1:30)

Blue Jays pound Rangers, force deciding Game 5

Josh Donaldson and Chris Colabello hit home runs before 40-year-old knuckleballer R.A. Dickey threw his first postseason pitch, and the Toronto Blue Jays forced a deciding Game 5 in the AL Divisi

Jim Caple Senior Writer, 

Blue Jays win Game 4 8-4 to force a decisive fifth game. But they also pretty much burned David Price from pitching in Game 5 by bringing him in to relieve RA Dickey who had a commanding 7-1 lead in the fifth inning.


Blue Jays win Game 4, force a 5th game

Kevin Pillar continued his hot streak with 3 hits and 3 RBIs (he has a hit in each game in the series) to give Toronto Game 4. The Rangers and Blue Jays are even at 2 games apiece in the ALDS. Box score

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Caple: Blue Jays win, but at what cost?

Despite a big lead and a good start from R.A. Dickey, the Blue Jays surprised many by going to ace David Price to nail down a Game 4 win and send their ALDS back to Toronto.

David Schoenfield SweetSpot blogger 

David Price still in there even though Toronto has a six-run lead. As he goes past 40 pitches, less likely he'd be a potential bullpen weapon in Game 5, putting pressure on Marcus Stroman to go deep into the game. But maybe John Gibbons is one step ahead of us and already thinking "bullpen game" for Game 5 and having all his relievers rested.

Price relieves Dickey in 5th inning

Despite the Blue Jays holding a 7-1 lead over the Rangers, they are bringing in David Price in relief of starter R.A. Dickey with 2 outs in the 5th. It is first relief appearance since 2010, although he was a key part of the Rays' bullpen during the 2008 postseason. That move likely means Marcus Stroman would start a decisive Game 5 should Toronto hold on to win. Follow live

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2692nd
On Base Percentage.3401st
Slugging Percentage.4571st
Earned Run Average3.8012th
Quality Starts8412th

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