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12-5, 2nd in AL East

Hernandez has 4 hits, Blue Jays rout slumping Royals 15-5

Teoscar Hernandez had four hits, including a two-run home run, Curtis Granderson hit his ninth career grand slam and the Toronto Blue Jays routed Kansas City 15-5 on Wednesday to complete a three-game sweep of the Royals, losers of eight straight.

Curtis smacks 'Grandy' slam (0:28)
Blue Jays take lead on costly error (0:23)
Hernandez crushes homer to center (0:16)
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Who was too high or too low in MLBRank

Does Bryce Harper deserve to be in the top 5? Was Shohei Ohtani too low? Now that the votes are in, we're breaking down some of the more controversial results.


Maile's hit in 10th gives Jays sweep of rare home twin bill

Luke Maile singled down the right-field line with the bases loaded in the 10th inning, and the Toronto Blue Jays walked off with a 5-4 victory over the Kansas City Royals on Tuesday night to sweep a rare doubleheader at Rogers Centre.

Maile the walk-off hero for Blue Jays (0:40)
Moustakas gets ball stuck as Toronto run scores (0:28)
Grichuk lines homer to left (0:23)
Solarte crushes 2-run homer (0:27)
Ice postpones game in Toronto (0:23)
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Royals-Jays postponed due to hole in roof

The Blue Jays' home game Monday against the Royals has been postponed because of weather-related damage to the Rogers Centre roof, including a large hole created by falling ice from the nearby CN Tower.


Jays rally to beat Indians 8-4, end Cleveland's streak

Teoscar Hernandez made the most of his season debut, driving in the go-ahead run with a single off Andrew Miller in the seventh inning as the Toronto Blue Jays rallied for a 8-4 win over Cleveland, snapping the Indians' five-game win streak Friday night.


Sanchez loses no-hitter late, Granderson lifts Jays over O's

Aaron Sanchez lost his no-hit bid when Baltimore's Tim Beckham led off the eighth inning with a sharp grounder through the legs of third baseman Josh Donaldson, and Curtis Granderson hit a tiebreaking homer in the ninth to carry the Toronto Blue Jays...

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Good win for the Blue Jays. Aaron Sanchez coughed up the 1-0 lead in the bottom of the eighth, but did get a double play to escape a based-loaded jam. Curtis Granderson then homered off Darren O'Day with two outs in the ninth and Roberto Osuna had a 1-2-3 save. The Orioles continue to struggle at the plate, hitting .208 as they drop to 4-8.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Big mistake by the Orioles. After a base hit to right field, Justin Smoak had stopped at third base with one out, but rookie Anthony Santander overthrew the cutoff guy and the ball got away from Chance Sisco and bounced into the dugout, allowing Smoak to score the first run of the game. You have to know your baserunners: No way was Smoak going to run there, so no need to cut loose with a big throw.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Aaron Sanchez has a no-hitter through seven innings against the Orioles and is sitting on 82 pitches, so the pitch count isn't a huge concern. He's walked four guys and hit a batter, so it hasn't been the prettiest of efforts, but he's showing how he won the AL ERA crown in 2016 before blisters ruined his 2017 season. Oh ... Andrew Cashner also tossed seven scoreless innings. It's 0-0.

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Blue Jays' Morales (hamstring) lands on DL

Toronto's Kendrys Morales will serve 10 days on the disabled list after straining his right hamstring during Monday's game against Baltimore.


Pearce, Donaldson HRs lift Blue Jays past Orioles 7-1

Steve Pearce homered in a third successive game, Josh Donaldson tacked on a ninth-inning grand slam and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Baltimore Orioles 7-1 Monday night before 7,915 fans, the lowest paid crowd in Camden Yards history.

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average3.7913th
Quality Starts5Tied-27th
Batting Average.2488th
On Base Percentage.33210th
Slugging Percentage.4444th