5/17/2013 | Back with Blue Jays, Reyes progressing with rehab
Jose Reyes rejoined his teammates in New York on Friday night as he continues to rehab a severe left ankle sprain. Toronto's shortstop has been out of action since sustaining the injury while stealing second base on April 12 in Kansas City. He recently had a walking boot removed and has begun the slow process of regaining strength in the area.
5/17/2013 | Bonifacio taking advantage of more playing time
Super utility man Emilio Bonifacio is making the most out of his opportunity to receive more playing time. Blue Jays manager John Gibbons recently made a decision to give Bonifacio an extended look after previously only using him sporadically during April.
5/17/2013 | McGowan promoted to Triple-A Buffalo
Right-hander Dustin McGowan is one step closer to making a possible return to the Major Leagues after he received a promotion to Triple-A Buffalo on Friday afternoon. McGowan is currently on a rehab assignment after undergoing yet another shoulder surgery last year.
5/17/2013 | Morrow returns to the hill facing Phelps, Yanks
With it being nearly two weeks since he last took the hill, Blue Jays right-hander Brandon Morrow is ready to make his eighth start of the season on Saturday against the Yankees in the Bronx. Scratched twice because of soreness in his upper back and neck, Morrow and the team now feel he is healthy enough to make the start. The Yankees will counter with David Phelps.
5/17/2013 | Blue Jays duo visits Cave Dwellers, Golf Club
Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion mixed business and pleasure Friday, when they brought their home run stroke to the Golf Club at Chelsea Piers. The two Blue Jays, clad in full uniform, sprayed golf balls and baseballs all over the place.
5/17/2013 | Blue Jays no match for Kuroda in opening loss
The Blue Jays have yet to find a way to solve Hiroki Kuroda, as they managed to record just two hits over eight innings against the Yankees' right-hander in a 5-0 loss on Friday night at Yankee Stadium.
5/17/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: May 17
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
5/16/2013 | Blue Jays optimistic at season's quarter mark
Toronto just reached the quarter mark of the season, and while the club is 8 1/2 games back in the American League East, there are suddenly signs for optimism.
5/15/2013 | Blue Jays keep rolling in romp over Giants
With Melky Cabrera, Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion atop the lineup the last four games, the Blue Jays have scored 36 runs, and Wednesday they won their fourth straight by defeating the Giants, 11-3, at Rogers Centre.
5/15/2013 | Melky keeps playing after MRI confirms injury
Blue Jays manager John Gibbons wasted no time in putting Melky Cabrera back in the lineup for Wednesday's game despite some lingering leg soreness.
5/15/2013 | Blue Jays going with 'just win' philosophy
As much as it's a cliche, the Blue Jays are just taking things one game at a time to try to make up ground on the hole that they've dug themselves into early.
5/15/2013 | Jenkins, Ortiz impressing in Blue Jays rotation
With J.A. Happ and Josh Johnson injured and Ricky Romero unable to find the strike zone consistently, Toronto has turned to veteran Ramon Ortiz and youngster Chad Jenkins to take the reins temporarily.
5/15/2013 | Blue Jays bring win streak into clash with Yankees
There's no better way for Toronto to fight its way back into the race than to beat the team it's chasing, and that chance arrives Friday night. Riding a four-game winning streak, the Blue Jays head to the Bronx for the first game of a three-game series against the Yankees.
5/14/2013 | Melky, Dickey drive Blue Jays past Giants
Melky Cabrera reached base in every at-bat, going 4-for-5 with two runs and two RBIs, while R.A. Dickey pitched like an ace as the Blue Jays defeated the Giants, 10-6, Tuesday at Rogers Centre.
5/14/2013 | Despite loss, Leafs' run inspires Blue Jays
The excitement and passion surrounding the Maple Leafs' playoff run is something that the Blue Jays players hope they'll get to experience if they can get themselves into a race for a postseason berth late in the season.
5/14/2013 | Blue Jays move Morrow's start to Saturday
Brandon Morrow's next start will once again be pushed back a few more days. Morrow, who's been dealing with some tightness in his back and neck, is now slated to pitch Saturday against the Yankees in the Bronx.
5/14/2013 | Santos to have cleanup surgery on elbow
Sergio Santos will have surgery on his ailing right elbow by the end of the week. Santos, who's been on the disabled list since April 14, will have surgery to clean up some loose bodies and bone spurs in the throwing arm.
5/14/2013 | Melky to get MRI for hamstring issue
Tuesday's designated hitter, Melky Cabrera, will undergo a MRI on Wednesday. The 28-year-old has been dealing with leg soreness in his hamstrings, and the team has decided to evaluate further if there's anything to be concerned about.
5/14/2013 | Happ progressing well in recovery
J.A. Happ, who has been on the disabled list since taking a ball to the head in Tampa Bay on May 7, is "moving in the right direction," according to general manager Alex Anthopoulos.
5/14/2013 | Melky gets ring, then raps four hits vs. Giants
A day Melky Cabrera will likely never forget came with little fanfare at Rogers Centre on Tuesday. The Blue Jays left fielder was presented with a World Series ring from Giants manager Bruce Bochy for his contributions to San Francisco's 2012 championship team.
5/14/2013 | Giants stick with Vogelsong vs. Toronto
The Giants are betting right-hander Ryan Vogelsong will figure it out, keeping him on turn for Wednesday's game against the Blue Jays, who will start Ramon Ortiz in place of Brandon Morrow.
5/14/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: May 14
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
5/14/2013 | Blue Jays' The Curve Ball event a big hit
The Blue Jays welcomed an estimated 1,000 VIP guests to Rogers Centre on Monday night for an annual charitable event, The Curve Ball, which helps raise money to remove barriers in sport and education for children and youth in under-resourced communities across Canada.
5/14/2013 | Beeston sees time for a turnaround
Sitting nine games under .500 and 9 1/2 games out of first place after just 39 games, the Blue Jays have seriously underperformed. And while president and CEO Paul Beeston is concerned about the club's slow start, he remains confident about the prospects for reaching the postseason.
5/12/2013 | Giants bringing Melky's ring to Toronto
When the Giants visit Toronto for the first time in three years on Tuesday, it'll be a special day for one member of the Blue Jays. Prior to the game, former Giant Melky Cabrera will be presented with his 2012 World Series ring.
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