Toronto Blue Jays

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  • Batting Avg
    .223 AVG
  • Runs
    64 R
  • Earned Runs Avg
    4.03 ERA
  • Home Runs Allowed
    21 HR
  • Stroman throws 7-hitter in Blue Jays' 6-2 win over Angels
    The Associated Press

    Stroman throws 7-hitter in Blue Jays' 6-2 win over Angels

    Although Marcus Stroman had no idea why he was called for an illegal quick-pitch, he refused to allow the unusual umpiring decision to stop him from carrying the Toronto Blue Jays to another win in their climb out of a huge early-season hole. Stroman (2-2) was angered when home plate umpire Ramon De Jesus awarded first base to Kole Calhoun in the third inning for throwing a 3-1 pitch before Calhoun was deemed to be ready. Toronto manager John Gibbons was ejected for arguing the call, and the Angels scored on back-to-back singles immediately afterward.

  • Winnipeg Free Press4 hours ago

    Playbook: Heads will spin, MRI confession, Bisons motivated

    Top picks Manitoba Bisons head coach Brian Dobie is flanked by quarterback Theo Deezar (left) and defensive back Jayden McKoy. Bombers mini-camp: Jeff Hamilton reports on what players can expect at Investors Group Field this week. Doug Brown: Taking a scan of the facts rules out diagnosis of guilt Bisons football: U of M coach bringing 126 players to spring camp as team looks to rebound from last season's 3-5 effort. Last night Bumgarner goes down: 2014 World Series MVP brusies ribs, injures pitching shoulder in dirt bike accident. Price right in Montreal: Star goaltender Price hopes to stay with Canadiens, challenge for Stanley Cup Powell power: Raptors guard pours in 25 points as Toronto takes

  • STATS/TSX

    Yankees try to repeat home success at Fenway

    Two right-handers with something to prove will be on the mound on Tuesday night when the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox start the latest chapter in their long rivalry. For the Yankees, hard-throwing Luis Severino hopes to continue to prove he belongs in the rotation for a team aiming to continue to prove it has enough starting pitching to compete. For the Red Sox, reigning Cy Young Award winner Rick Porcello hopes to continue what he hopes is the climb back to showing last season's 22-4 record was no fluke.