Seeing Red: Blue Jays sweep Cincinnati as Travis and Maile homer in 5-4 win - The Province

Toronto's Devon Travis was determined to control the pace of his at-bat in a seventh-inning showdown with Wandy Peralta on Wednesday afternoon. The Cincinnati reliever kept throwing to first base and Travis called timeout a few times to keep his ...

Travis hits tiebreaking homer, Jays sweep Reds with 5-4 win - Yahoo News UK

Toronto Blue Jays second baseman Devon Travis rounds the bases after hitting a two-run home run during seventh inning of an interleague baseball game against the Cincinnati Reds in Toronto, Wednesday, May 31, 2017. (Nathan Denette/The Canadian ...

Blue Jays first AL team to reach a million in attendance for 2017 - FanRag Sports (blog)

The Toronto Blue Jays became the first American League team to house over a million fans with the 44,058 fans in attendance at the Rogers Centre on Wednesday. With 44,058 fans in the house today, we are the first AL team to surpass 1 million in ...

Cincinnati Reds - PlayerWatch - Reuters

RHP Tim Adleman (3-2, 4.95 era) will face the Toronto Blue Jays for the first time in his career Wednesday afternoon in the finale of a three-game series at the Rogers Centre. He allowed one hit and two walks over eight innings Friday when he got the ...

Blue Jays sweep Reds...Penguins host Game 2...Charges to be dropped in catfish toss - WCTI12.com

TORONTO (AP) - The Blue Jays have completed a three-game sweep of the Cincinnati Reds with a 5-4 win in Toronto. The Blue Jays won for the eighth time in nine games and finished May at 18-10. Devon Travis hit a tiebreaking two-run home run in the ...

Another late-game homer beats Reds - Dayton Daily News (blog)

For certain, the Cincinnati Reds need to change their modus operandi — quit scoring runs in the first inning. They've scored first-inning runs in six straight games and in nine of their last 10 games. But they still lose. IT HAPPENED AGAIN Wednesday ...

Reds recap: Blue Jays complete sweep in Toronto - Cincinnati.com

TORONTO — Blue Jays hitters continued their Home Run Derby practice against Reds pitchers, hitting two home runs in the 5-4 victory over the Reds to sweep the three-game series at Rogers Centre. The Blue Jays hit nine home runs in the three-game ...

Mike Bolsinger holds the fort, Toronto Blue Jays squeak by Cincinnati Reds to complete series sweep - National Post

TORONTO — The way the baseball has been flying out of the park over the past 30 days or so, the Toronto Blue Jays will say so long to May with some regret. The bats were blasting again in a Wednesday matinee at the Rogers Centre, with home runs by ...

Joey Votto rips home run number 14 on the season - FantasyPros

Joey Votto went 1-for-3 with a walk and a two run, first inning long ball in Wednesday's loss to the Blue Jays. Fantasy Impact The home run was already his 14th of the season, putting him way ahead of his normal pace in that department. The Reds are ...

Reds take another early lead, lose another game to Toronto - Red Reporter

Joey Votto waited patiently on a Mike Bolsinger curveball in the game's opening inning, and knocked the crud out of it for a 2-run homer over the CF wall. It proved to be the biggest hit of the day for the Cincinnati Reds in yet another game in which ...

A List of All the Fifth Deck Home Runs at Rogers Centre - Blue Jay Hunter News (blog)

It might just be the most exclusive club in the 28-year history of the Rogers Centre/Skydome. In all the hitters who've come to the plate at the dome, only a handful of them have accomplished this impressive feat: muscling a ball into the upper deck at ...

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

TORONTO — Ryan Goins is torn. The Blue Jays' utility infielder loves being in Toronto. He loves his teammates. He feels an intense loyalty towards the organization that drafted him in the fourth round in 2009 and brought him up to the majors for the ...

Lineup Alert: Josh Donaldson, Troy Tulowitzki, Kevin Pillar All Sitting On Wednesday - RotoBaller (subscription) (blog)

5/31:For those of you in daily leagues who own Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson, shortstop Troy Tulowitzki and outfielder Kevin Pillar, move them out of your lineup immediately, as they're all getting the day off Wednesday. The Blue Jays ...

'We've weathered the storm': Pitching keeping Toronto Blue Jays in playoff race despite injuries - National Post

Yankees will face Jays' best. When the New York Yankees come to town for the first time this season, they'll get a look at the best arms the Blue Jays have to offer. And given the dance the home team has had to do with its rotation so far, it's a ...

Man accused of tossing beer can onto Jays field pleads guilty to mischief - OHS Canada

TORONTO (The Canadian Press) — 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, ...

Zack Cozart Smacks Two Homers; Great Play Today - RotoBaller (subscription) (blog)

5/31:Cincinnati Reds shortstop Zack Cozart's excellent season continued on Tuesday against the Toronto Blue Jays. The veteran shortstop went 2-for-3 with two solo homers while also adding two walks. With the big game, Cozart is now slashing ...

Blue Jays: Time to embrace power hitting identity - Jays Journal

The Blue Jays have been firing on all cylinders on offence lately, and have been particularly successful at hitting the long ball. As always, this group is at their best when power comes into play. It was the talk of the offseason that the Blue Jays ...

Ebullient Blue Jay Donaldson basks in glow of 500-level moonshot - The Globe and Mail

It was an ebullient Josh Donaldson who finally presented himself to the media member hangers-on looking to get his thoughts on the monster home run he stroked during the Toronto Blue Jays 6-4 win over the Cincinnati Reds on Tuesday night. “Good?

Blue Jays, getting healthy, look to sweep Reds - Yahoo Sports

TORONTO -- The Toronto Blue Jays are hoping to do to the Cincinnati Reds what they failed to do to the Texas Rangers in the opening series of their 10-game homestand at the Rogers Centre. That is, to sweep them out of town. The Blue Jays could not ...

LEADING OFF: Pujols takes aim at 600; Tanaka tough at night - MetroNews Canada

FILE - In this Friday, May 26, 2017, file photo, New York Yankees' Masahiro Tanaka, of Japan, delivers a pitch during the first inning of a baseball game against the Oakland Athletics in New York. Tanaka appears to do his best work at night. The New ...