Category: AL East

  • Rangers 9 – Blue Jays 2

    Rangers 9 – Blue Jays 2

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E Texas Rangers 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 5 0 9 11 0 Toronto Blue Jays 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 W: Cody Bradford (4-1) | L: Kevin Gausman (11-9) 7:07 pm: Rogers Centre, Toronto,…

  • Rangers 6 – Blue Jays 3

    Rangers 6 – Blue Jays 3

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E Texas Rangers 0 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 1 6 9 0 Toronto Blue Jays 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 3 7 0 W: Max Scherzer (13-6) | L: Hyun Jin Ryu (3-3) 7:07 pm: Rogers Centre,…

  • Red Sox 3 – Blue Jays 6

    Red Sox 3 – Blue Jays 6

    Final 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E Boston Red Sox 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 8 1 Toronto Blue Jays 0 1 1 3 0 0 1 0 X 6 9 1 W: Zach Pop (4-0) | L: Michael Wacha (11-2) | S: Jordan…

  • Red Sox 0 – Blue Jays 10

    Red Sox 0 – Blue Jays 10

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E Boston Red Sox 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 Toronto Blue Jays 0 2 2 0 3 0 0 3 X 10 21 1 W: Ross Stripling (10-4) | L: Brayan Bello (2-8)Rogers Centre, Toronto, ONAttendance: 44,612 |…

  • Orioles 4 – Blue Jays 12

    Orioles 4 – Blue Jays 12

    W: Hyun Jin Ryu (14-10) | L: Bruce Zimmermann (4-5)Rogers Centre, Toronto, ONAttendance: 29,942 | Time: 3:22Section 123R, Row 21, Seat 1Weather: 68°c Toronto wins 91 games, and finishes in fourth place ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Game Recap | Box Score While fate was out of their hands, the Blue Jays did what they needed to do on…

  • Orioles 1 – Blue Jays 10

    Orioles 1 – Blue Jays 10

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E Baltimore Orioles 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 Toronto Blue Jays 3 3 1 0 3 0 0 0 X 10 14 0 The slugging 2021 Blue Jays set the franchise home run record Game Recap |…

  • White Sox 1 – Blue Jays 3

    White Sox 1 – Blue Jays 3

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E Chicago White Sox 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 1 Toronto Blue Jays 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 X 3 8 0 Robbie Ray advances his case for the Cy Young Game Recap | Box…

  • White Sox 5 – Blue Jays 2

    White Sox 5 – Blue Jays 2

    Jose Berrios’ unsteady first inning sinks the Blue Jays Game Recap | Box Score In what was easily his weakest start of the season, Jose Berrios gave up four runs on six hits in the first to seal the game’s fate. Giving up nine of the White Sox’ eighteen hits in three innings, it was…

  • White Sox 1 – Blue Jays 2

    White Sox 1 – Blue Jays 2

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E Chicago White Sox 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 5 1 Toronto Blue Jays 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 X 2 5 0 A shaky inning by Kimbrel gives Toronto the win Game Recap | Box…

  • Tigers 5 – Blue Jays 3

    Tigers 5 – Blue Jays 3

    Miguel Cabrera hits his 500th home run Game Recap | Box Score After over two years since last attending a baseball game in person — thanks to our wonderful pandemic life — it was an absolute pleasure to some of the first Blue Jays games north of the border. While Lourdes Gurriel Jr. had a…

  • Tampa Bay Rays 3 – Toronto Blue Jays 8

    Tampa Bay Rays 3 – Toronto Blue Jays 8

    That’s a wrap for the regular season Game Recap | Box Score With the Tampa Bay Rays clinching a spot in the Wild Card Game on Tuesday, this was probably the most meaningless game I’ve ever attended. On the other hand, it was nice to see the Blue Jays win a game solidly, even if they chose…

  • Tampa Bay Rays 1 – Toronto Blue Jays 4

    Tampa Bay Rays 1 – Toronto Blue Jays 4

    Trent Thornton pulls his ERA below 5.00 to end his season Game Recap | Box Score While having an ERA in the high 4’s would typically not be a reason to celebrate, 2019 is a strange season. With home runs flying out of the park at historical highs and scoring soaring thanks to a juiced baseball, a…

  • Tampa Bay Rays 3 – Toronto Blue Jays 1

    Tampa Bay Rays 3 – Toronto Blue Jays 1

    Travis d’Arnaud singles to give Tampa the lead over Toronto Game Recap | Box Score With only one run and four hits, the Toronto’s lineup was kept quiet by effective Tampa Bay pitching. After Diego Castillo opened the game for the Rays, Ryan Yarbrough came in the top of the second and took the Blue Jays into…

  • Cleveland Indians 4 – Toronto Blue Jays 0

    Cleveland Indians 4 – Toronto Blue Jays 0

    Marcus Stroman’s final game as a Blue Jay Game Recap | Box Score While the sportswriters, fans and player may be wrong, everyone expects that this is going to be Marcus Stroman’s last game at home pitching for the Blue Jays.  After getting Greg Allen to groundout in the top of the 7th, Marcus made his way…

  • San Diego Padres 19 – Toronto Blue Jays 4

    San Diego Padres 19 – Toronto Blue Jays 4

    Luke Maile pitches one scoreless inning Game Recap | Box Score To celebrate the second game of the Country Music-themed Do-Si-Do weekend, the Blue Jays marketing department decided to offer the first 18,000 fanes a Justin Smoak B.B.Q. Set. As appealing as this giveaway would be for regifting, the idea of lugging around a large…

  • San Diego Padres 6 – Toronto Blue Jays 3

    San Diego Padres 6 – Toronto Blue Jays 3

    Cavan Biggio, son of Hall of Famer Craig debuts Game Recap | Box Score With ten strikeouts through 6 innings, one would expect that Trent Thornton would have a pretty good shot at getting a win. But with the Padres starter, Joey Lucchesi perfect through the 4th, the game ended being a pitchers duel that…

  • Boston Red Sox 6 – Toronto Blue Jays 5

    Boston Red Sox 6 – Toronto Blue Jays 5

    Vlad Jr’s first home homer Game Recap | Box Score When you attend some random, Wednesday night game, you don’t expect that you will be in for a 13-innings, four-hour and twenty-minute match. Alas, such was my fate. After a solid 6-innings from both Aaron Sanchez and Rick Porcello, Boston’s one-run lead felt pretty secure.…

  • Oakland A’s 1 – Toronto Blue Jays 7

    Oakland A’s 1 – Toronto Blue Jays 7

    Eric Sogard extends his hit streak to nine games Game Recap | Box Score Day two of the Vladimir Guerroro Jr. era is Toronto was a much more subdued affair thanks to a smaller crowd. While today’s defeat of Oakland by the Blue Jays was more convincing, the crowd didn’t enjoy the game as much as Friday’s…

  • Oakland A’s 2- Toronto Blue Jays 4

    Oakland A’s 2- Toronto Blue Jays 4

    Vladimir Guererro Jr. Debuts Game Recap | Box Score Once Blue Jays announced that Vladimir Guererro Jr. would be added to their roster and debut Friday, April 26th against the A’s, I knew that I had to be at that game. Everything about this young man life so far connects emotionally with this Montréaler. On…

  • Tampa Bay Rays 8 – Toronto Blue Jays 4

    Tampa Bay Rays 8 – Toronto Blue Jays 4

    Thomas Pannone pitches an immaculate 5th inning Game Recap | Box Score https://cuts.diamond.mlb.com/FORGE/2019/2019-04/14/8ce577f6-96d6289b-6e86a00f-csvm-diamondx64-asset_1280x720_59_4000K.mp4 Tampa Bay Rays fans must have been delighted to see their team rally in the 8th to secure a win. Blue Jays fans had the pleasure of seeing their team fall apart. Other than Thomas Pannone’s immaculate 5th inning, everything seemed to go wrong…

  • Tampa Bay Rays 1 – Toronto Blue Jays 3

    Tampa Bay Rays 1 – Toronto Blue Jays 3

    Snell throws 6 scoreless innings, Rays bullpen doesn’t Game Recap | Box Score With the 2018 Cy Young Award winner Blake Snell on the mound for the Tampa Bay Rays, no one expected much out of the light hitting Blue Jays lineup. On the other hand, no one expected them to be no-hit through 5 innings either.…

  • Detroit Tigers 4 – Toronto Blue Jays 3

    Detroit Tigers 4 – Toronto Blue Jays 3

    The first player born in 21st-century debuts Game Recap | Box Score With every last action in every baseball game tracked for decades, it seems like there is always a moment during a game that is a first or makes history. Trent Thronton’s eight strikeouts make him the new Blue Jays strikeout record holder for…

  • Detroit Tigers 0 – Toronto Blue Jays 3

    Detroit Tigers 0 – Toronto Blue Jays 3

    Five scoreless innings from Aaron Sanchez Game Recap | Box Score  If ever an argument can be made that good pitching wins baseball games, the past two games are all the evidence that Toronto needs. With only three shutouts through all of 2018, executing two out of the first three games of the season…

  • Detroit Tigers 0 – Toronto Blue Jays 6

    Detroit Tigers 0 – Toronto Blue Jays 6

    Shoemaker shines in his Blue Jays debut Game Recap | Box Score  Signed in the off-season, Matt Shoemaker was a risky addition to the Blue Jays rotation, finishing with an ERA closing in on 5.00 for the past two seasons, and with limited throwing time. What no-one expected, and were pleasantly surprised to receive…

  • Detroit Tigers 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 0

    Detroit Tigers 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 0

    Zimmerman took a perfect game into the 6th Game Recap | Box Score For the record, while this is my second opening day in a row at the Rogers Centre, I am not a Blue Jays fan. Yes, I see more Blue Jays games than any other team, but what I am is a fan…

  • Milwaukee Brewers 0 – Toronto Blue Jays 2

    Milwaukee Brewers 0 – Toronto Blue Jays 2

    Bo-Bich-ette! Bo-Bich-ette! Game Recap | Box Score After shelling the Blue Jays the previous evening, the Brewers were shut out by a cavalry of seven pitchers who gave up only three hits over nine innings. Danny Barnes was particularly strong, giving up no hits and striking out three over two innings. Sadly, his reward for…

  • Milwaukee Brewers 10 – Toronto Blue Jays 5

    Milwaukee Brewers 10 – Toronto Blue Jays 5

    Yasmani Grandal and Travis Shaw combine for 5 RBI’s Game Recap | Box Score In what is now an annual tradition, the Toronto Blue Jays offered up their last two exhibition games to my hometown, Montréal. For the second year in a row, thanks to adjustments to the regular season schedule, the first of two…

  • Baltimore Orioles 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 8

    Baltimore Orioles 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 8

    A three homerun fifth inning powers the Blue Jays win Game Recap | Box Score With an all-day meeting booked at the last minute in Toronto, we checked the Blue Jays schedule to see if there was a game scheduled and the answer was a resounding yes. With the Blue Jays at 57-69, tickets were easy to…

  • Minnesota Twins 5 – Toronto Blue Jays 0

    Minnesota Twins 5 – Toronto Blue Jays 0

    Jose Berrios blanks the Jays through seven Game Recap | Box Score On the back of Jose Berrios’ stellar seven innings, the Twins shutout the Blue Jays 5-0. The most striking thing about Berrios was the pace at which at which he threw is 102 pitch gem. While rookie Ryan Borucki was also strong, he was finally tagged for two…

  • Baltimore Orioles 4 – Toronto Blue Jays 5

    Baltimore Orioles 4 – Toronto Blue Jays 5

    The Blue Jays sweep the Orioles after a surprising comeback in the 8th Game Recap | Box Score After trailing the Orioles 4-1 heading into the bottom of the 8th, the Blue Jays exploded for four runs, capped off by Yangverdis Solarte’s two-run home run. The Jays managed to sweep the Orioles with a final score of 5-4.…

  • Washington Nationals 6 – Toronto Blue Jays 8

    Washington Nationals 6 – Toronto Blue Jays 8

    Grichuk, Hernandez and Solarte go deep to sweep the Nationals Game Recap | Box Score With two home runs and four RBI’s Randal Grichuk easily had the best game of his season, leading the Blue Jays to sweep the Washington Nationals. With the score teetering back and forth between these team all day, Teoscar Hernandez and…

  • Washington Nationals 0 – Toronto Blue Jays 2

    Washington Nationals 0 – Toronto Blue Jays 2

    Estrada outduels Scherzer for the win Game Recap | Box Score Healthy and confident, Devon Travis’ two-run homer in the 5th inning would be all the Blue Jays would need to blank the Nationals 2-0. Facing one of the best starters in Max Scherzer, Marco Estrada surprisingly shutout Washingon over six-plus innings. With a three-time Cy Young…

  • Washington Nationals 5 – Toronto Blue Jays 6

    Washington Nationals 5 – Toronto Blue Jays 6

    Solarte homers twice to lift the Jays over the Nats Game Recap | Box Score While he isn’t 2015 Josh Donaldson, Yangervis Solarte’s infectious attitude — not to mention two home runs — helped lift the Blue Jays over the Nationals in this first of a three-game series. On the Nationals side, Anthony Rendon went 3…

  • Los Angeles Angels 5 – Toronto Blue Jays 4

    Los Angeles Angels 5 – Toronto Blue Jays 4

    Angels rise in the 9th with four runs Game Recap | Box Score It may have taken nine innings but the Angels bats finally lit up, taking a win away from the Blue Jays. After giving up three straight walks, Tyler Clippard gave up four earned runs to lose the game for Aaron Sanchez, who was sharp, if…

  • Los Angeles Angels 3 – Toronto Blue Jays 5

    Los Angeles Angels 3 – Toronto Blue Jays 5

    Morales leads the Blue Jays over the Angels Game Recap | Box Score With an explosive start to the game with five runs, the Blue Jays were able to hold off the Angels to win the game with those same five runs. Thanks to performances from the likes of light hitting Kendrys Morales and underperforming Josh Donaldson, J.A. Happ…

  • Texas Rangers 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 7

    Texas Rangers 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 7

    Happ has a quality start, striking out nine over seven innings Game Recap | Box Score Lead by a quality start delivered by J.A. Happ; other notable happenings shouldn’t go unnoticed. Teoscar Hernandez is looking better and better every day. Going two for three, with both being extra-base hits — a double and a home…

  • Texas Rangers 6 – Toronto Blue Jays 4

    Texas Rangers 6 – Toronto Blue Jays 4

    Stroman unsettled, Gallo swings for the fences and Smoak shines Game Recap | Box Score After a four-run first inning, it seemed as if Marcus Stroman had settled into a groove that would help to reduce his inflated ERA. Alas, no such luck as he was tagged with two more earned runs after a series of scrappy…

  • Boston Red Sox 5  – Toronto Blue Jays 4

    Boston Red Sox 5  – Toronto Blue Jays 4

    JD Martinez locks in a win for the Red Sox with a 3 run home run Game Recap | Box Score With neither Chris Sale or Marco Estrada particularly sharp, either team had the opportunity to take the advantage. It was the Red Sox’s JD Martinez who took Estrada deep in the 5th with a…

  • New York Yankees 3 – Toronto Blue Jays 5

    New York Yankees 3 – Toronto Blue Jays 5

    Kevin Pillar Steals Second, Third and Home, ‘Nuff said Game Recap | Box Score It’s fitting that on Justin Smoak Bobblehead Day, Justin would end up going three for four, with two RBI’s. While that may seem like the best offensive performance of the night by reviewing the box score, it won’t tell the entire story of…

  • New York Yankees 4 – Toronto Blue Jays 2

    New York Yankees 4 – Toronto Blue Jays 2

    Tanaka shines, Drury & Wade carry the Yankees to victory Game Recap | Box Score With Tyler Wade’s bases-loaded double in the 6th to score Gregorius and Walker, it was clear that Aaron Sanchez wouldn’t get a chance to finish the mess he started. Masahiro Tanaka, on the other hand, was solid, allowing only three hits, striking out either…

  • New York Yankees 6 – Toronto Blue Jays 1

    New York Yankees 6 – Toronto Blue Jays 1

    Opening Day: Halladay honoured, Stanton slams Game Recap | Box Score In addition to the usual pomp and ceremony of Opening Day, the Blue Jays honoured Roy Halladay by retiring his number 32. While he may or may not make it to the Hall of Fame, he was without a doubt the ace of their pitching…

  • St. Louis Cardinals 0 – Toronto Blue Jays 1

    St. Louis Cardinals 0 – Toronto Blue Jays 1

    Vladimir Guererro Jr. makes Montréal baseball history Game Recap | Box Score Heading into the bottom of the 9th, with no runs by either team, the Blue Jays needed to end the game decisively; otherwise, it was going to end in a tie soon after. With two outs, an unbelievable, unexpected and almost impossible situation occurred, Vladimir Guerrero…

  • St. Louis Cardinals 5 – Toronto Blue Jays 2

    St. Louis Cardinals 5 – Toronto Blue Jays 2

    Montréal welcomes home Russell Martin & Vladimir Guererro Jr. Game Recap | Box Score For the fifth year in a row, the Blue Jays decided to play their last two spring training games in Montréal to the delight of 25,355 people. The game wasn’t driven by the hitting or pitching, but by the presence of some particular…

  • Houston Astros 0 – New York Yankees 5

    Houston Astros 0 – New York Yankees 5

    ALCS 2017, Game Five Game Recap | Box Score When I left Minneapolis at the end of September, I was sure that I had seen my 24th and final MLB game of 2017. The season was coming to an end, and so were my opportunities to travel to see another game. Little did I know then that…

  • Toronto Blue Jays 7 – Minnesota Twins 13

    Toronto Blue Jays 7 – Minnesota Twins 13

    Game Recap | Box Score Joe Mauer’s Grand Slam in the 5th locks in a win for the Twins After establishing a 5 run lead in the bottom of the 2nd inning, the Blue Jays hopes of winning a series in Minneapolis were quickly dashed. With 6th runs in the 2nd and 7 in the 5th, the…

  • Toronto Blue Jays 7 – Minnesota Twins 2

    Toronto Blue Jays 7 – Minnesota Twins 2

    Game Recap | Box Score After watching Marco Estrada struggle for much of this season it was a pleasure to see him confidently throw 8-innings of quality baseball. While he was tagged twice for home runs he seemed in command for the whole game. The core of the Blue Jays lineup — Josh Donaldson, Justin Smoak, Jose Bautista, Kendrys…

  • Toronto Blue Jays 4 – Minnesota Twins 3

    Toronto Blue Jays 4 – Minnesota Twins 3

    Game Recap | Box Score Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to see the Atlanta Braves beat the Toronto Blue Jays 10-6. It was memorable because I was under the impression that it was the last time I was going to see Bartolo Colon a.k.a. Big Sexy, a.k.a. The Last Expo, pitch. His season wasn’t going well…

  • New York Yankees 0 – Toronto Blue Jays 4

    New York Yankees 0 – Toronto Blue Jays 4

    Game Recap | Box Score Marco Estrada scoreless through seven innings While he has been wildly inconsistent this season, Marco Estrada threw a strong seven innings of scoreless ball. Instead of playing it safe with his pitch count — as the Blue Jays usually do — Marco was allowed to throw 110 pitches to get his…

  • New York Yankees 11 – Toronto Blue Jays 5

    New York Yankees 11 – Toronto Blue Jays 5

    Game Recap  |  Box Score The Toddfather goes 3-for-4 If you love baseball, you have to accept that sometimes games can go long, and be prepared to get home a bit later than expected. When it’s the middle of the week and you have to be up early for work the next morning, leaving the ballpark at…

  • Oakland Athletics 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 3

    Oakland Athletics 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 3

    Game Recap   |   Box Score Kendrys Morales, Walkoff Homerun With the Blue Jays hitting silent most of the game thanks to a solid pitching performance by Paul Blackburn, the A’s cruised into the bottom of the 9th with an almost certain win. Little did they know that Justin Smoak and Kendrys Morales would pull off back to back home runs to…

  • Boston Red Sox 15 – Toronto Blue Jays 1

    Boston Red Sox 15 – Toronto Blue Jays 1

    Game Recap | Box Score Mookie Betts goes 4-for-6 with 8 RBI’s As so ends my four-game Canada Weekend series. The statistics for the Blue Jays were quite terrible, 0-4 and outscored 31-6 by the Red Sox and Orioles. As a fan without a team — I spend my time following a few teams, and the Jays…

  • Boston Red Sox 7 – Toronto Blue Jays 1

    Boston Red Sox 7 – Toronto Blue Jays 1

    Game Recap | Box Score While I was pretty sure the last time I saw Chris Sale pitch was July 22nd, 2013 against Max Scherzer at U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago, it was in fact last year in Philadelphia in a losing bid on September 21st, 2016. I’ve been aware of him being a quality pitcher for a…

  • Boston Red Sox 7 – Toronto Blue Jays 4

    Boston Red Sox 7 – Toronto Blue Jays 4

    Game Recap | Box Score While it was nice to see Toronto score a few runs and head into the 9th tied, they were outplayed by Boston and dropped 3 runs in the 11th to lose the game. Boston recently picked up Doug Fister as he was released by the Angels after being stuck in AAA, so I…

  • Baltimore Orioles 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 0

    Baltimore Orioles 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 0

    Game Recap | Box Score Rather than spent the Canada Day long weekend at home, I decided to squeeze in 4 ball games in four days at the most convenient MLB city to get to, Toronto. Rather than travel to somewhere new or more exotic, I decided to go with what was most familiar. Game Highlights: Kevin Pillar’s…

  • Atlanta Braves 10 – Toronto Blue Jays 6

    Atlanta Braves 10 – Toronto Blue Jays 6

    This will almost certainly be the last time that I see Bartolo Colon pitch, who I have sentimental thoughts of. Big Sexy is currently the last player still active in the major leagues who played for my Montreal Expos. — Attended by Warren Wilansky

  • Seattle Mariners 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 3

    Seattle Mariners 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 3

    Walkoff home run by Kevin Pillar in the bottom of the 9th inning While not the rarest of baseball events, a walk-off home run is an exciting and dramatic way for a game to end. Struggling with major holes in their lineup thanks to multiple injuries, Kevin Pillar is almost single-handedly carrying the Blue Jays’ offence…

  • Tampa Bay Rays 1 – Toronto Blue Jays 3

    Tampa Bay Rays 1 – Toronto Blue Jays 3

    — Attended by Warren Wilansky

  • Tampa Bay Rays 1 – Toronto Blue Jays 4

    Tampa Bay Rays 1 – Toronto Blue Jays 4

    Game Recap | Box Score If I was a betting man, given the current state of the Blue Jays ballclub, I would have predicted that the Rays would take this game to lead the series 2-0. Alas, I would have wrong! With most of their infield hobbled, Bautista and Morales slumping and Liriano coming into the…

  • Pittsburgh Pirates 4 – Toronto Blue Jays 6

    Pittsburgh Pirates 4 – Toronto Blue Jays 6

    Exhibition / Spring Training Game While my personal highlight of the game was taking my step-father to his first baseball game in about thirty years, seeing prospect Rowdy Tellez hit a home run was a treat. Unfortunately, the other Blue Jays homer was by Melvin Upton Jr. who was released by the team the next day.…

  • Pittsburgh Pirates 1 – Toronto Blue Jays 1

    Pittsburgh Pirates 1 – Toronto Blue Jays 1

    Spring Training Game For the fourth year in a row, the Blue Jays moved their last two Spring Training games from Florida to my hometown, Montréal. For the fourth year in a row, I attended both games in our beat-up old Stade Olympique. Coming off his MVP performance in the World Baseball Classic, Marcus Stroman threw…

  • Arizona Diamondbacks 2 – Washington Nationals 4

    Arizona Diamondbacks 2 – Washington Nationals 4

    The highlight of this game was the three friendly 20-somethings sitting just to the left of me. One was from the D.C. area and the two other guys were friends from New York City. One of them didn’t know much about baseball and the other was a rabid fan. All of them were very nice…

  • Minnesota Twins 8 – Toronto Blue Jays 15

    Minnesota Twins 8 – Toronto Blue Jays 15

    In attendance — Warren Wilansky

  • Anaheim Angels 6 – Toronto Blue Jays 3

    Anaheim Angels 6 – Toronto Blue Jays 3

    In attendance — Warren Wilansky

  • San Diego Padres 6 – Toronto Blue Jays 7

    San Diego Padres 6 – Toronto Blue Jays 7

    Game Recap | Box Score Devon Travis takes home on a wild pitch to walk off the game in the 12th Heading into the 7th it seemed that Melvin Upton’s eventual debut as a Blue Jay would be the highlight of the game as the crowd gave him a roaring welcome to his new team. I doubt…

  • Kansas City Royals 3 – Toronto Blue Jays 8

    Kansas City Royals 3 – Toronto Blue Jays 8

    I realized during the pre-game warm up that one of my favourite, romantic parts of the build up to the game is the slow walk from the bullpen by the starting pitcher, catcher and the pitching coach to the dugout after their warm up. There is something special about the slow intensity of the moment. Interestingly…

  • Kansas City Royals 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 6

    Kansas City Royals 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 6

    This was the quickest game I’ve ever been to as both Volquez and Sanchez worked extremely quickly. I think both teams were looking to get the get game done fast so they could celebrate July 4th! I also wonder if Aaron Sanchez learned a little something from Mark Buehrle. Happy Independence Day to all my American friends.…

  • Cleveland Indians 1 – Toronto Blue Jays 17

    Cleveland Indians 1 – Toronto Blue Jays 17

    I may be wrong but I think this was the highest scoring game I’ve ever been to and also the biggest blowout. Everyone in the Blue Jay’s starting lineup got a hit except for Junior Lake and the offence was led today by Josh Donaldson (four for four with four runs), Russell Martin (three for four with…

  • Arizona Diamondbacks 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 5

    Arizona Diamondbacks 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 5

    A rare weekday afternoon game plus the end of the school year equals a packed stadium full of kids there to squeal and cheer and giggle. In all seriousness, it was nice to see the place full with over 45,000 people. My seats were pretty deep down the 3rd baseline in section 129R, so I had to…

  • Los Angeles Dodgers 6 – Toronto Blue Jays 2

    Los Angeles Dodgers 6 – Toronto Blue Jays 2

    As always, it’s a treat to see Kershaw pitch

  • Los Angeles Dodgers 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 5

    Los Angeles Dodgers 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 5

    Home Runs by Bautista & Pillar account for all 5 Blue Jays runs

  • Texas Rangers 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 12

    Texas Rangers 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 12

    6 RBI night for Edwin Encarnacion

  • Texas Rangers 1 – Toronto Blue Jays 3

    Texas Rangers 1 – Toronto Blue Jays 3

    Walk off Homerun by Justin Smoak

  • Baltimore Orioles 9 – Boston Red Sox 5

    Baltimore Orioles 9 – Boston Red Sox 5

    Attended by Daigo Fujiwara: Was raining all day, but turned out to be a nice night by the time game got started. Our Red Sox were facing undefeated Baltimore Orioles. Our young catcher, Blake Swihart, had a rough night. A key dropped ball in foul territory in the 6th (and Clay Buchholz allowed a home run,…

  • Boston Red Sox 7 – Toronto Blue Jays 4

    Boston Red Sox 7 – Toronto Blue Jays 4

    Exhibition Game While some of the stars of the 1980’s were on hand and honoured during the pre-game show, the focus was on Jim Fanning, one of the longest serving members of the Expos front office and the manager of the only team ever to make it to the playoffs. Jim was a crucial part…

  • Boston Red Sox 4 – Toronto Blue Jays 2

    Boston Red Sox 4 – Toronto Blue Jays 2

    Exhibition Game in Montréal, QC For the 3rd year in a row, I made my way over to our decrepit Stade Olympique to take in the final 2 exhibition games of the Blue Jays pre-season. When they announced that the games were going to be against the Boston Red Sox, I was confident that the…

  • New York Yankees 6 – Toronto Blue Jays 4

    New York Yankees 6 – Toronto Blue Jays 4

    Game Highlights: Kevin Pillar, 3 for 3 with a Homerun – Edwin Encarnacion & The Parrot’s 35th Homerun. This was the final game of the 2015 season that I attended, with my good friend Pat. Rather than fight for (and pay for) insanely priced 100 level seats for a team that was on a serious…

  • New York Yankees 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 4

    New York Yankees 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 4

    Game Highlights: David Price’s dominant, scoreless 7 innings & Brett Cecil saving the 8th.

  • Toronto Blue Jays 4 – Philadelphia Phillies 7

    Toronto Blue Jays 4 – Philadelphia Phillies 7
  • Toronto Blue Jays 8 – Philadelphia Phillies 5

    Toronto Blue Jays 8 – Philadelphia Phillies 5
  • Minnesota Twins 7 – New York Yankees 8

    Minnesota Twins 7 – New York Yankees 8
  • Seattle Mariners 10 – Boston Red Sox 8

    Seattle Mariners 10 – Boston Red Sox 8
  • Philadelphia Phillies 3 – Toronto Blue Jays 2

    Philadelphia Phillies 3 – Toronto Blue Jays 2

    The final game of the pre-Tulowitzki era in Toronto – With Devon Travis & Jose Bautista leaving the game with injuries and Tulo not yet ready, they were short a position player and had to make crazy fielding changes. Somehow, Russell Martin ended up at 2nd base – A really strong inning by LaTroy Hawkins, I suspect his…

  • Baltimore Orioles 5 – Toronto Blue Jays 3

    Baltimore Orioles 5 – Toronto Blue Jays 3
  • New York Mets 1 – Toronto Blue Jays 7

    New York Mets 1 – Toronto Blue Jays 7
  • Seattle Mariners 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 8

    Seattle Mariners 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 8
  • Seattle Mariners 3 – Toronto Blue Jays 2

    Seattle Mariners 3 – Toronto Blue Jays 2
  • Los Angeles Angels 4 – Toronto Blue Jays 8

    Los Angeles Angels 4 – Toronto Blue Jays 8
  • Los Angeles Angels 4 – Toronto Blue Jays 3

    Los Angeles Angels 4 – Toronto Blue Jays 3
  • Cincinnati Reds 1 – Toronto Blue Jays 9

    Cincinnati Reds 1 – Toronto Blue Jays 9

    Spring Training Exhibition Game

  • Cincinnati Reds 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 0

    Cincinnati Reds 2 – Toronto Blue Jays 0
  • Baltimore Orioles 1- Toronto Blue Jays 0

    Baltimore Orioles 1- Toronto Blue Jays 0
  • New York Yankees 0 – Toronto Blue Jays 2

    New York Yankees 0 – Toronto Blue Jays 2
  • New York Yankees 6 – Toronto Blue Jays 3

  • Texas Rangers 5 – Toronto Blue Jays 1

  • Washington Nationals 6 – Baltimore Orioles 2

    Washington Nationals 6 – Baltimore Orioles 2

    Without a doubt one of the best things about this baseball trip is that thanks to the friends I’ve made at Ownercamp, I have been able to share my games with local fans. I was fortunate to get the chance to tag a long on a field trip with the whole team at Fastpost. This…

  • Baltimore Orioles – Washington Nationals: Postponed

    Baltimore Orioles – Washington Nationals: Postponed

    For my birthday, I decided to treat myself to a baseball trip that included 4 cities, in 6 days. I started my trip by flying into Washington, DC to catch my 3rd Nationals home game this season. While the weather was nice all day within 45 minutes of getting to the ball park there was…

  • Chicago Cubs 2 – Boston Red Sox 0

    Chicago Cubs 2 – Boston Red Sox 0

    — Attended by Jason Koskie

  • Tampa Bay Rays 6 – Toronto Blue Jays 9

    Tampa Bay Rays 6 – Toronto Blue Jays 9
  • Oakland Athletics 1 – Toronto Blue Jays 3

    Oakland Athletics 1 – Toronto Blue Jays 3

      After spending a few days in Winnipeg as speaker and attendee of the Culture Days Congress, I decided to pass through Toronto for a few meeting (and Baseball games) before heading to Washington, DC to meet with a new client of ours. I could have gone home to Montreal for a day but I…

  • Boston Red Sox 1 – Toronto Blue Jays 7

    — Attended by Warren Wilansky