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5-13, 5th in AL East
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Blue Jays land in cellar in Week 3 Power Rankings

The Blue Jays are off to their worst start in franchise history. The team's top three RBI producers last season are either on the DL (Josh Donaldson and Troy Tulowitzki) or off the team (Edwin Encarnacion).

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The Blue Jays were seeing the ball very well on Sunday against the Angels. Two of the six longest home runs on Sunday came off the bats of the Blue Jays' Ryan Goins and Devon Travis.

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Blue Jays starter Marcus Stroman recorded his 2nd complete game of the season. He had 1 in his career entering 2017.

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Gibbons ejected for disputing pitch (0:37)

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Blue Jays SS Ryan Goins' 427-foot homer to right field on Sunday against the Angels was the longest of his career.

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Jays' Gibbons ejected in 3rd for disputing walk

Toronto manager John Gibbons was ejected from his team's game against the Angels on Sunday after an argument with plate umpire Ramon De Jesus over a walk awarded to Kole Calhoun.

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Travis' 8th inning homer gets Blue Jays the win (0:27)
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Calhoun lays out to rob Bautista (0:34)
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Simmons hammers grand slam (0:17)
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Blue Jays place Tulowitzki (hamstring) on DL

Troy Tulowitzki has been placed on the 10-day disabled list with a strained right hamstring, joining star Josh Donaldson and other key Blue Jays on the shelf.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Though I'm not yet a believer in him for the full season, Francisco Liriano is a clear add for Week 4. He's had two straight at-least-decent starts, and is a two-start pitcher with games at the Angels and back home versus the Rays. Liriano is available in more than 75 percent of ESPN leagues.

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BBTN: Buy, sell or hold on early season trends?

Buster Olney, Karl Ravech and Justin Havens play "Buy, Sell or Hold" on the early season trends with players like Eric Thames, Jose Bautista, Dexter Fowler and Ryan Zimmerman. Plus, some "Inside Heat" on the Orioles from Roch Kubatko and on the Royals from Rustin Dodd.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Red Sox 4, Blue Jays 1: Chris Sale didn't get credit for the win, but it hardly diminished his dominance. Sale gave up four hits and struck out 13 in eight scoreless innings before closer Craig Kimbrel yielded a game-tying homer to Kendrys Morales in the bottom of ninth. But Mookie Betts' three-run double restored the lead in 10th and Red Sox won the series.

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The Blue Jays' Kendrys Morales hit his third home run of the season today. All three have tied the score or given his team the lead, and two have come in the ninh inning.

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Chris Sale threw 111, 108, 104 pitches in first three starts of season. He threw 102 today before being lifted for Craig Kimbrel, who promptly gave up game-tying homer to Kendrys Morales. Of course, Kimbrel did just strike out seven of nine batters in recording three outs in as many days over weekend vs. Tampa Bay.

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

Chris Sale with an impressive ball-strike ratio through three innings vs the Blue Jays

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Entering today's game, the Red Sox have hit seven home runs as a team -- or as many as Houston's George Springer, Oakland's Khris Davis and Milwaukee's Eric Thames individually.

Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average4.1120th
Quality Starts9Tied-12th
WHIP1.3020th
BAA.25022nd
Runs63Tied-26th
Batting Average.22325th
On Base Percentage.29025th
Slugging Percentage.34928th

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