8/3/2015 | Donaldson spurs Blue Jays with go-ahead homer
It's not every day a Josh Donaldson tiebreaking homer is the undercard in a Blue Jays victory, but with David Price making his club debut in electric fashion, the All-Star third baseman's go-ahead two-run shot in the fifth inning was easy to overlook.
8/3/2015 | Price as advertised in superb first act for Blue Jays
The anthems hadn't even been sung and a sellout Rogers Centre crowd was already on its feet, screaming its collective heart out for David Price -- the Blue Jays' newest starting pitcher -- as he made his way from the bullpen to the dugout ahead of Monday afternoon's series opener against the Twins.
8/3/2015 | Bautista takes issue with stance of Yost
Though he was prepping to take the field to open a four-game series against the Twins on Monday, Jose Bautista had some residual feelings about the Blue Jays' recent series against the Royals -- specifically the spark-filled finale on Sunday afternoon that featured cleared benches, wars of words, hit batsmen and multiple ejections.
8/3/2015 | Nothing but fond memories of Toronto for Molitor
Paul Molitor will always be remembered by Blue Jays fans for being named the Most Valuable Player of the 1993 World Series, and he made his return to Rogers Centre as the manager of the Twins on Monday.
8/3/2015 | Hughes, Estrada to duel as Twins, Jays continue set
Phil Hughes carries a nine-start unbeaten streak into his outing on Tuesday at Rogers Centre, where the Twins and Blue Jays will continue a four-game series, with Marco Estrada on the hill for Toronto.
8/2/2015 | Post-Deadline, Jays swooping in on Wild Card race
As we wake up on Monday, with nine weeks remaining in the regular season, it's clear that the Blue Jays are the team to beat in the American League Wild Card race.
8/2/2015 | Things get heated as Blue Jays down Royals
Benches cleared during the eighth inning of the Blue Jays' 5-2 win over the Royals on Sunday at Rogers Centre after a series of hit batters and inside pitches led to the ejections of Toronto manager John Gibbons, right-hander Aaron Sanchez and bench coach DeMarlo Hale.
8/2/2015 | Dickey delivers with solid outing against KC
Faster, better, stronger. R.A. Dickey looked no worse for wear pitching on short rest. The veteran knuckleballer continued to roll on Sunday with another well-pitched effort in the Blue Jays' 5-2 win over the Royals.
8/2/2015 | Dickey baffles Royals as Blue Jays win series
Right-hander R.A. Dickey threw seven shutout innings and Chris Colabello smashed a two-run homer as the Blue Jays earned a 5-2 win over the Royals on Sunday to win three of the four games in the series at Rogers Centre.
8/1/2015 | Lowe isn't rattled by shaky Blue Jays debut
Mark Lowe's debut in a Blue Jays uniform was one he'll want to forget after allowing three runs in a 7-6 loss to the Royals on Saturday afternoon at Rogers Centre.
8/1/2015 | Revere eager to help with fine catch in debut
Outfielder Ben Revere went from one extreme to the other on Friday afternoon when he was traded to the Blue Jays after spending the last three seasons with the Phillies.
8/1/2015 | Dickey, Blue Jays eyeing series win over Volquez, KC
Royals right-hander Edinson Volquez (10-5, 3.21 ERA) will square off against Blue Jays knuckleballer R.A. Dickey (5-10, 4.27) in the finale of this four-game set on Sunday at Rogers Centre.
8/1/2015 | Royals ride 3-run 8th to rally past Blue Jays
The Royals scored three runs in the top of the eighth inning vs. recently acquired right-hander Mark Lowe to steal a victory away from the Blue Jays with a 7-6 win on Saturday afternoon at Rogers Centre.
8/1/2015 | Blue Jays create roster space for newcomers
The Blue Jays made a flurry of roster moves on Saturday morning, as they optioned right-hander Ryan Tepera to Triple-A Buffalo and designated Danny Valencia and outfielder Ezequiel Carrera for assignment. The moves came as Toronto created space on its 25-man roster for recently acquired outfielder Ben Revere and right-hander Mark Lowe.
8/1/2015 | Duquette: Three biggest Deadline winners
While the actual Deadline day didn't feature many high-profile moves, the last week has been filled with them. Now that the dust has settled, here are the three clubs that I think improved the most as a result of Trade Deadline deals.