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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 »

Jays take the long way to win over Reds - Toronto Star

J.A. Happ had a rough start to his return, allowing home runs to two of the first three hitters he faced, but the Jays responed with three homers in the fourth and another in the eighth to beat the Reds 6-4. (Rick Madonik / Toronto Star). By Laura ...and more »

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

Led by a Troy Tulowitzki grand slam, the Jays racked up 23 hits in a 17-2 win. Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki points back to the dugout as he rounds the bases after hitting a grand slam. (Rick Madonik / Toronto Star) | Order this photo. By Laura ...and more »

Donaldson headlines banner night for Blue Jays power bats - Sportsnet.ca

Toronto Blue Jays' Kendrys Morales crushed a two-run home run to break a 4-4 tie in the bottom of the eighth against the Cincinnati Reds leading to a 6-4 win. Arden Zwelling | @ardenzwelling May 30, 2017, 10:13 PM. 209. Arden Zwelling @ardenzwelling ...and more »

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

Ken Pagan, 41, of Hamilton (centre) leaves a Toronto police station on Oct. 6, 2016, after being charged with mischief for allegedly tossing a can of beer on the field at a Blue Jays game at the Rogers Centre. CITYNEWS. A man who tossed a beer can onto ...and more »

Tuesday Bantering: JA Happ to return tonight - Bluebird Banter

The Blue Jays confirmed J.A. Happ as today's stater yesterday, ending more than a month on the disabled list. Happ, in extended spring training and rehab starts, did “treatment, we did exercises, I focused a lot on my shoulder - tried to strengthen ...and more »

Blue Jays: Should Aaron Sanchez go back to the bullpen? - Jays Journal

The future ace of the Toronto Blue Jays pitching staff has made three separate trips to the DL this season already in an attempt to rectify blister problems on his pitching hand. Is it time to look for an alternative measure? Aaron Sanchez deserves to ...and more »

Morales' homer lifts Blue Jays over Reds - TSN

TORONTO — Kendrys Morales just missed getting in on the Blue Jays' home run fun in the fourth inning. He made sure the ball got over the fence when he stepped up to the plate in the eighth. Morales delivered a go-ahead two-run homer to power Toronto ...and more »

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

J.A. Happ returns from elbow injury to face Reds, and one of the guys he was traded for, Tuesday night at the Rogers Centre. J.A. Happ hasn't started for the Jays since manager John Gibbons and trainer George Poulis came to get him in the fifth inning ...and more »

Ryan Goins' big dilemma: Utility infielder loves Toronto Blue Jays, but wants to play every day - National Post

Goins believes he can be a standout starting shortstop in the majors. That won't happen with Troy Tulowitzki and Devon Travis in Toronto. Postmedia Network. May 31, 2017 12:29 PM EDT. Filed under. Sports · Baseball · MLB. Comment. Facebook · Twitter ...and more »