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21-26, 5th in AL East
No love lost between Blue Jays, Rangers (0:59)

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The longest home run of Hunter Renfroe's career was also the longest homer hit on Wednesday.

Bautista wallops homer off center-field scoreboard (0:33)

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The first career grand slam for Blue Jays SS Ryan Goins proved to be the difference in Toronto's 8-4 win over the Brewers on Wednesday afternoon.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Jose Bautista is hitting .404/.508/.827 with six homers and two steals in his past 15 games, and he should only get more help in the RBI department when Josh Donaldson returns (perhaps this weekend). Bautista is turning into a streakier player at this stage of his career -- that's mostly due to his increased strikeout rate -- but he's providing quite the reward for his most patient owners, which frankly all his owners should be.

Goins pads Blue Jays' lead with grand slam (0:27)

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Kyle Schwarber's home run -- which left Wrigley Field and landed on Sheffield Avenue -- paced the league by 10 feet on Tuesday. Bryce Harper landed comfortably in second, followed by Michael Conforto, Kendrys Morales and Charlie Blackmon.

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The eighth home run of the season for Blue Jays 1B Kendrys Morales was another no-doubter. He sent a 92-mph fastball from Brewers right-hander Jimmy Nelson off the batter's eye at Miller Park.

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The Blue Jays' Jose Bautista will start at third base for the first time in more than four years on Tuesday vs. the Brewers. Bautista, 36, has played a total of 388 games at the hot corner in his career, but has primarily manned right field in his nine-plus seasons with Toronto. (Photo credit: John Bazemore/AP)

 Is Devon Travis' fantasy upside worth the risk? (0:52)
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Revisiting preseason questions: Blue Jays

In mid-February, we wondered if Jose Bautista would get his revenge on teams who ignored him on the free-agent market. After a slow start, the 36-year-old has come to life in May.

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Blur Jays starter Marco Estrada's game on Sunday was messing with timing -- he threw 46% changeups, his highest rate in a start in his career. Orioles hitters were 2-for-11 against it. But he finished with 9 of his career-high tying 12 K coming via his fastball. Orioles hitters swung at 20 of his fastballs and missed 10. The fastball miss rate (50%) was the highest of his career. Overall, Orioles hitters were 1-13 against his fastball.


Castillo leads Orioles past Blue Jays 7-5

Welington Castillo hit a go-ahead home run for the second consecutive game to lead the Baltimore Orioles past the Toronto Blue Jays 7-5 on Saturday night at sold out Camden Yards.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Joe Biagini is now a likely two-start pitcher for the Blue Jays in Week 8. The matchups are tricky -- @MIL, TEX -- but he's also a control/ground ball pitcher available in 93 percent of ESPN leagues. If volume on the cheap is your aim, take a look.

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Jays' Sanchez placed on DL for 3rd time in '17

The Blue Jays put Aaron Sanchez back on the disabled list Saturday after he suffered a laceration on the same middle finger that has given him trouble this season.

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The Blue Jays have called up OF Anthony Alford, who left the Ole Miss football team in 2014 to pursue a pro baseball career. Keith Law ranks Alford as the No. 55 overall prospect. More from Law: "When healthy, he's a disciplined hitter for someone so inexperienced, and there's at least average power to go with plus running speed." To make room for Alford, OF Darrell Ceciliani (shoulder) was placed on the 10-day DL. Alford is in Friday night's lineup against the Orioles, playing LF and batting eighth. (Photo by Cliff Welch/Icon Sportswire)

Keith Law ESPN Senior Writer 

Perplexed by the Alford callup; he had a huge start in AA that hasn't held up, and still needs work on his reads in centerfield.

Pillar among OTL villains of the week (5:08)
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7dBuster Olney

Olney: The stupidity of retaliation

When Atlanta's Julio Teheran drilled Toronto's Jose Bautista, it helped jump-start a Blue Jays rally. So what was the point?

Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average4.2017th
Quality Starts1824th
Batting Average.23923rd
On Base Percentage.30427th
Slugging Percentage.39924th

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