Tampa Bay Rays - PlayerWatch - Reuters

OF Steven Souza Jr. (left hand contusion) left a 4-1 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays Saturday in the seventh inning after being hit on the left hand by RHP Joe Biagini. X-rays were negative and the injury was diagnosed as a contusion. Souza is listed as ...

Jays rally late to top Rays - Reuters

TORONTO -- Jose Bautista tied the score with a double, Russell Martin drove in the go-ahead run with a single and the Toronto Blue Jays used a three-run eighth inning to defeat the Tampa Bay Rays 3-1 Sunday afternoon. In taking the rubber match of the ...

Aaron Sanchez removed from Sunday start early - FantasyPros

Blue Jays SP Aaron Sanchez was activated before Sunday's game to make the start against the Rays, but lasted only one inning before being removed with a split nail. Sanchez was originally placed on the DL to have part of the nail removed. (source).

Toronto Blue Jays Highlight & Lowlights: A Series Win! - Jays From the Couch

THE BLUE JAYS TAKE THE SERIES AGAINST THE TAMPA BAY RAYS, RECORDING THEIR FIRST BACK-TO-BACK WINS OF THE YEAR. Embed from Getty Images. After a great performance from the Blue Jays bullpen yesterday, the Jays look to take the ...

Martin drives in winning run as Jays top Rays - Times Colonist

Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Aaron Sanchez throws against the Baltimore Orioles in the first inning of their AL baseball game in Toronto on April 14, 2017. The Toronto Blue Jays have activated right-handed pitcher Aaron Sanchez from the 10-day ...

Aaron Sanchez leaves after one inning in Blue Jays comeback win over Rays - Toronto Sun

Just as the baseball gods were in the process of finishing off April with another hit from the middle finger, Jose Bautista and the struggling Blue Jays offence fired back. And with that, a month soiled by poor play, late collapses and rotten luck at ...

Aaron Sanchez: Blue Jays expect Aaron Sanchez to be fine - Rotoworld.com

Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said Sunday that he expects Aaron Sanchez (finger) to be fine. Gibbons confirmed that it was a cracked finger nail, and not a blister issue, that forced Sanchez to leave Sunday's start after only one inning. While he ...

Martin drives in winning run as Blue Jays beat Rays - The Globe and Mail

Russell Martin drove in the winning run with a single in the eighth as the Blue Jays rallied for a 3-1 win over the Tampa Bay Rays on Sunday after losing Toronto starter Aaron Sanchez to a finger injury in the first inning.Jose Bautista began the rally ...

Blue Jays win 2 in row for 1st time this year, top Rays 3-1 - USA TODAY

TORONTO (AP) — An abbreviated outing by Aaron Sanchez left the Blue Jays bullpen with plenty of work to do. Toronto's relievers handled the task in style. Russell Martin hit a go-ahead single during a three-run rally in the eighth inning and the Blue ...

Aaron Sanchez exits for Blue Jays game with finger injury - FanRag Sports (blog)

He pitched one inning and faced three batters, ultimately luring Evan Longoria into a double-play ball to close out the frame. Sanchez didn't come out for the second inning, but instead was relieved by Ryan Tepera, who wound up allowing a single hit ...

Aaron Sanchez exits game after one inning with a split fingernail - Yahoo Sports

This wasn't how Aaron Sanchez was supposed to make his triumphant return from the disabled list. The Blue Jays' right-hander was activated for his first start on Sunday after undergoing a minor surgical procedure to have part of his fingernail removed.

Aaron Sanchez exits start after one inning on Sunday in Toronto - numberFire

Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Aaron Sanchez left Sunday's start versus the Tampa Bay Rays after just one inning. What It Means: Sanchez was starting in his first game since having minor surgery to remove a part of his fingernail. He could be ...

Blue Jays' Aaron Sanchez: Finger issue results in early exit Sunday - CBSSports.com

The Blue Jays announced that Sanchez's early departure from Sunday's start against the Rays was due to a split nail on his right middle finger, John Lott of The Athletic Toronto reports. As suspected, Sanchez, who was making his return from the ...

Blue Jays: Sanchez exits the game after just one inning - Jays Journal

In a game that was supposed to be Aaron Sanchez's return to the rotation, the budding ace had to exit the game after just one inning pitched. Aaron Sanchez didn't last very long in his return to the mound, having to exit his start against the Rays ...

Aaron Sanchez Exits Start After Blister Troubles Resurface - MLB Trade Rumors

12:46pm: Sanchez's return did not go smoothly. His blister issues resurfaced, forcing him to depart after one inning, reports Gregor Chisholm of MLB.com. 9:52am: As expected, the Blue Jays have activated right-hander Aaron Sanchez from the 10-day ...

Aaron Sanchez leaves game after the first inning - Bluebird Banter

Not what we wanted to see, Aaron Sanchez came out of today's game after the first inning. He gave up a leadoff walk, and then got a strikeout and a double play to get out of the inning. He didn't look happy as he left the mound and he went straight to ...

Blue Jays' Aaron Sanchez: Removed from start after one inning - CBSSports.com

Sanchez was pulled from Sunday's start against the Rays after one inning due to an undisclosed issue. Sanchez came off the disabled list earlier Sunday to make his first start since April 14, but tossed just 13 pitches and retired three hitters before ...

Blue Jays RHP Sanchez lasts one inning in return from DL - Washington Post

TORONTO — Blue Jays right-hander Aaron Sanchez lasted just one inning in his return from a blister on his middle finger. Sanchez came off the 10-day disabled list to start against the Tampa Bay Rays on Sunday, his first appearance since April 14. The ...

Blue Jays activate RHP Sanchez off DL - KXLY Spokane

The Toronto Blue Jays activated right-hander Aaron Sanchez off the 10-day disabled list to start Sunday against the Tampa Bay Rays. Sanchez has not pitched since April 14 because of a blister on the middle finger of his right hand. He gave up five runs ...

Rays vs Jays Preview: At .500 or under .500 for April? - DRaysBay

The Rays and Jays have split the first two games of their three-game set, leaving Sunday's showdown as the rubber match. As Adam noted in yesterday's preview, a win for the Rays would deliver them their first road series win of the season. A win would ...