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Man accused of throwing beer at Jays game pleads guilty - Macleans.ca

TORONTO – A man accused of tossing a beer can towards a Baltimore outfielder during a Blue Jays playoff game has pleaded guilty to mischief under $5,000. Defence lawyer Tyler Smith says a pre-sentence report has been ordered and Ken Pagan is to ...and more »

Blue Jays sweep Reds to cap mighty May - Toronto Star

Instead of turning a game-ending double play to complete a three-game sweep of the Reds at the Rogers Centre, Blue Jays defensive whiz Ryan Goins booted a tailor-made grounder in the top of the ninth inning — putting the potential tying run at third base.and more »

Blue Jays decimate Reds after piling up third-most hits in team history - Toronto Star

The Blue Jays did their best imitation of Cincinnati's Big Red Machine of old, racking up a 17-2 win in the opener of a three-game series at the Rogers Centre on Monday night. The Jays piled up 23 hits, third most in franchise history, powered by a ...and more »

Man accused of tossing beer can at Jays game pleads guilty to mischief - CityNews

A man who tossed a beer can onto the field during a dramatic Blue Jays playoff game last fall has pleaded guilty to mischief in connection with the incident. In an agreed statement of facts presented in court on Tuesday, Ken Pagan admitted tossing a ...and more »

A look at who boosted Blue Jays in May - Toronto Star

There were times in April — a month that saw the Toronto Blue Jays go an ugly 8-17 after a franchise-worst 2-11 start — that manager John Gibbons felt like it was already September. The way injuries and losses racked up, who could blame him?and more »

Josh Donaldson shocked Blue Jays fans in the Rogers Centre fifth deck with a monster homer - MLB.com

It takes a truly impressive slugger to crush a home run into the fifth deck of Rogers Centre in Toronto. With 78 round-trippers from 2015-16, Josh Donaldson definitely fits that qualifier. Despite Donaldson's power, it's fair to say that fans up there ...and more »

Blue Jays beer-throwing suspect pleads guilty to mischief - Globalnews.ca

A man who threw a can of beer on the field at the Rogers Centre during the AL wild-card game between the Toronto Blue Jays and the Baltimore Orioles last fall pleaded guilty to mischief during a court appearance in Toronto on Tuesday. Story continues ...and more »

Return of Happ and Liriano gives Blue Jays shot in the arm: Griffin - Toronto Star

The Blue Jays are almost whole again, at least offensively, with the return of Troy Tulowitzki and Josh Donaldson. As for the rotation, that's up in the air. The cavalry appears to be charging into the valley of dearth. J.A. Happ is now confirmed to ...and more »

Joey Votto no longer dreams of playing for the Blue Jays - Cincinnati.com

TORONTO — Growing up, Joey Votto wanted to be a Blue Jay. As the Reds first baseman returned to play here with the Reds for the first time since 2009, he said he's moved on from that kid's dream. “I will admit when I was 16, 17 years old, the thought ...and more »

Blue Jays beer can thrower Ken Pagan 'not going to jail,' says attorney - Hamilton Spectator

A man who was caught on video throwing a beer can onto the Rogers Centre field during a Blue Jays playoff game last October has pleaded guilty to a charge of mischief. Dressed in a white dress shirt with a plaid tie and black dress pants, Ken Pagan sat ...and more »