Recap: Blue Jays 5, Orioles 3; Single-A Pitcher Shuts Down Baltimore as Toronto Takes the Series

After getting silenced by two incredibly lacklustre pitchers in the first two games of this series, it seemed like only a matter of time before the Blue Jays bats woke up and destroyed Baltimore. That didn’t happen tonight. The Blue Jays continued to let mediocre pitching get the better of them, though thanks to their own fantastic […]


Recap: Blue Jays 5, Orioles 1; Donaldson Stays Hot At Camden Yard

The Jays took the series opener 5-1 against Baltimore at Camden Yards. They are now beginning to assert their dominance as the premier bird in the AL East, pushing their lead to a commanding four games over the Orioles. Hardy hit a home run to left field against Estrada in the first inning. Melvin Upton Jr. […]


Recap: Orioles 6, Blue Jays 2; Offense Sputters as Jays Lose in Extras

One day after leapfrogging the Baltimore Orioles to grab a half-game lead in the AL East, the Toronto Blue Jays sent current Cy Young favourite Aaron Sanchez to the mound for a shot at the series sweep. The Orioles countered with their best starter, Chris Tillman, against whom several Blue Jays’ hitters have had success. […]


Recap: Blue Jays 9, Orioles 1; Blue Jays Fly Past Orioles Into First

This weekend series against the American League East divisional rivals Baltimore Orioles has brought with it the first sense of pennant race fever to Toronto this season. The Jays and Orioles were separated by half a game for first place coming into today’s action. It would be Jays killer Yovani Gallardo against lefty JA Happ, […]


Know Your Enemy: A Look at Blue Jay Haters Around the League

According to many people outside of Canada, the Blue Jays are not the most loved team in baseball. It’s starting to feel like every other week someone is spouting off, or throwing at, one of the Jays’ best players. I, like most Blue Jays fans, do not understand all of the hate. While I can […]

MLB: Toronto Blue Jays at Baltimore Orioles

Recap: Orioles 11, Blue Jays 6; Stroman Falters on Father’s Day

That wasn’t fun. Coming into today’s game, Chris Tillman had a 5.65 ERA against Toronto in 21 career starts. His inability to retire Blue Jays batters continued on Sunday as he allowed four runs in five innings pitched, but Baltimore was still able to get the victory thanks to Marcus Stroman pitching even worse than Tillman. He […]