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2019 Schedule
52-74, 4th in AL East
Bichette crushes HR to left (0:31)
Vlad Jr. leaves game with left leg discomfort (0:28)
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15h

Vlad Jr. to have MRI after leaving with sore knee

Toronto's Vladimir Guerrero Jr. left Saturday's game against Seattle after two innings because of a sore left knee. Guerrero missed more than a month in the minors last season because of a strained ligament in his left knee.

Jays use long ball to sink M's (1:32)
Vlad Jr. hits a homer just like his dad (0:31)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

With the tying run on first base with no outs in the bottom of the ninth, Aroldis Chapman had a great duel with Vladimir Guerrero Jr. as Guerrero fouled off seven pitches with two strikes before finally grounding into a 6-4-3 double play on the 13th pitch. Bo Bichette then singled on a 3-2 slider before Chapman finally fanned Cavan Biggio on another 3-2 slider to close out the 1-0 victory -- and a split of the four-game series.

8d

Guerrero hits go-ahead triple in 7th, Jays beat Yankees 5-4

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. hit a go-ahead, two-run triple in the seventh inning and the Toronto Blue Jays rallied to beat the Yankees 5-4 Saturday, handing New York its second straight loss following a season-high nine game winning streak.

9d

BBTN: Bo Bichette, Ravech, Cap Talk

Tim Kurkjian fills in for Buster and speaks with Karl Ravech about Bo Bichette's record start, the significance of Chris Sale's big night and the magic of Terry Francona (10:07). Plus, Ravech boasts of Tim's prowess on the dance floor. Todd Radom also makes his weekly appearance for "Cap Talk" (34:17).

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9d

Bichette sets MLB mark with double in 9th straight

Blue Jays rookie Bo Bichette became the first player in the modern era (since 1900) to double in nine straight games -- and he broke the record in the 11th game of his career.

William Weinbaum ESPN 

The Blue Jays' announcement Tuesday that they'll extend safety netting at the Rogers Centre brings the total to 8 MLB teams that have installed or committed to extensions since a toddler's 5/29 head injury in Houston on a foul line drive. Two — the White Sox and Nationals — recently debuted new netting and the Dodgers, Orioles, Pirates, Rangers and Royals said they plan extensions. Also on Tue., the NY Times reported that the two U.S. Senators from Illinois sent Commissioner Rob Manfred a letter urging a release of data on seating that is most vulnerable to dangerous liners. More than a dozen fans have been hurt since the Houston episode.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs577
Batting Average.238
On Base Percentage.305
Slugging Percentage.430
Earned Run Average4.67
Quality Starts36
WHIP1.42
BAA.260