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From A(A) to Z(eke): A Look Back at the Blue Jays' Wild 2016 Season
The Blue Jays had another successful season, making the ALCS for the second consecutive year. We review the key themes, moments, and players, alphabetically from Anthopoulos to Zeke.
If Joey Bats and Encarnacion Are Done in Toronto, Blue Jays Fans Sent Them off with Proper Exit
Everyone from fans to teammates wants to see the two sluggers return to Toronto. But both figure to have plenty of suitors as they hit free agency.
Here's Why the Blue Jays Can Pull off the Unthinkable ALCS Comeback
The pitching matchups are about as good as the Blue Jays could ask for as they attempt to join the 2004 Red Sox as the only teams to advance to the World Series after falling down 3-0.
Veteran Jason Grilli Has Become a Media Magnet but Doesn't Like the Attention
As an insightful, respected leader, Grilli is a clubhouse favourite for reporters. He'd prefer less attention, but he's brought it upon himself with his postseason play.
Blue Jays Playoff Games Are Just the Craziest, Eh?
If it seems like the Blue Jays are always involved in the wildest playoff games, it's because they are.
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Trevor Bauer Pulled from Game 3 of ALCS after His Nasty Looking Finger Started Dripping Blood
Bauer tried to pitch like that. He didn't make it out of the first inning.
Judge Dismisses Toronto Activist's Injunction to Prevent Use of "Indians" Nickname in ALCS
Attorneys for MLB and Rogers argued in court that a ban on "Indians" and Chief Wahoo, at the last moment, was not workable.
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After Mashing Their Way to ALCS, Blue Jays' Bats Go Cold in Cleveland
The Blue Jays have been unable to solve Andrew Miller and Cleveland's pitching staff, and a pair of one-run losses has them going back to Toronto down 2-0.
Jose Bautista's Epic Home Run and Bat Flip Rocked the Baseball World a Year Ago Today
The Joey Bats bat flip will never get old.
Playoff-Tested Russell Martin and the Red-Hot Blue Jays Are Having Fun
The Blue Jays have won all four playoff games and six straight dating back to the end of the regular season. They are cool and calm going into their ALCS matchup with Cleveland.
Blue Jays Announcer Jerry Howarth Won't Say "Indians" During ALCS
The longtime Blue Jays announcer said that a letter from a First Nations listener in 1992 opened his eyes.
Blue Jays President Mark Shapiro Wants to Play His Former Team in the ALCS
After the Toronto Blue Jays swept the Texas Rangers on Sunday night to reach the American League Championship Series, president Mark Shapiro said that he hoped to face his old team, the Cleveland Indians, next.