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2017 Schedule
70-80, 5th in AL East
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Gallo's bomb leads the way Sunday

Josh Donaldson hit a monster homer of his own Sunday, but it wasn't enough to wrest the top spot from Joey Gallo, who hit the third-longest homer in MLB this season. Tim Beckham, Yangervis Solarte and Matt Olson round out the top five.

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Donaldson blasts two moonshots vs. Twins (0:47)
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Donaldson headlines Saturday's longest home runs

Josh Donaldson's 447-foot blast, one of two homers he hit in the Blue Jays' win over the Twins, paced Saturday's list of long balls.

Blue Jays' 2018 schedule announced

Toronto opens its 2018 campaign at home with a four-game series against the Yankees starting March 29. After hosting the White Sox for a three-game series on April 2, the Blue Jays hit the road for nine games against the Rangers, Orioles and Indians.

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Estrada excels vs. O's

Blue Jays P Marco Estrada earned the win Monday vs. the Orioles, allowing two runs in five innings. Estrada is 3–0 with a 3.23 ERA in five starts against the O's the season, but 5–8 with a 5.35 ERA in 25 starts against other teams this year. The right-hander is the only pitcher in the majors with as many as three wins against Baltimore this season. (Elias Sports Bureau)

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Puig shows power

Yasiel Puig's 441-foot solo shot in the Dodgers' loss to the Giants paced Monday's longest home runs. Adam Engel's 426-foot, three-run blast in the White Sox's blowout win over the Royals ranked second. Todd Frazier, Denard Span and Ryan Goins round out the list.

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Hernandez hits two home runs, Jays beat Tigers 8-2

Teoscar Hernandez hit his first two home runs of the season, Darwin Barney had four hits and the Toronto Blue Jays beat Detroit 8-2 Sunday to assure the Tigers of just their second losing season in a decade.

10d

Pillar hits tiebreaking HR, Jays hold on to beat Tigers 5-4

Kevin Pillar had four hits, including a tiebreaking home run, and made another sparkling defensive play in the outfield, Brett Anderson pitched six innings for his first victory with Toronto and the Blue Jays beat the Detroit Tigers 5-4 on Saturday.

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Pearce injured on Friday

Blue Jays LF Steve Pearce left Friday's game vs. the Tigers with lower back stiffness. The 34-year-old exited after his first at-bat against Buck Farmer, which resulted in a strikeout. Teoscar Hernandez replaced him in the lineup.

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Blue Jays call up Campos

The Blue Jays recalled RHP Leonel Campos from Triple-A Buffalo on Friday. He has compiled a 3.09 ERA with 12 strikeouts across 11 2/3 prior innings this season for Toronto.

13d

Fister sharp again, Bradley homers; Red Sox beat Jays 6-1

Doug Fister gave up one run over seven innings, Jackie Bradley Jr. hit a two-run homer and drove in three runs and the Boston Red Sox beat the Toronto Blue Jays 6-1 on Wednesday night, a day after the teams played a 19-inning marathon.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Red Sox 3, Blue Jays 2: All it took was 19 innings -- and 6 hours -- for the Red Sox to snap a three-game losing streak. Hanley Ramirez blooped a single into center field to score Mookie Betts, who notched a leadoff double against Jays reliever Chris Rowley. It was the second-longest game in the 106-year history of Fenway Park, trailing a 20-inning, 8-7 Sox loss to the Mariners on Sept. 3, 1981. The Red Sox stretched their AL East lead back to 3 1/2 games.

Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average4.4114th
Quality Starts6515th
WHIP1.3817th
BAA.25816th
Runs64025th
Batting Average.24229th
On Base Percentage.31526th
Slugging Percentage.41324th