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How trades can still be made after MLB's non-waiver trade deadline -

TORONTO – When is a deadline not a deadline? When it's baseball's non-waiver trading deadline, of course! We followed all the news intently on July 31 as the clock ticked down to 4 p.m. ET, with the Los Angeles Dodgers and Texas Rangers getting ...and more »

Home run: 7-year-old PEI cancer survivor to throw first pitch at Blue Jays game -

WATCH ABOVE: Harrison Maye, a seven-year-old boy from P.E.I. who battled cancer, is having his dream come true Wednesday throwing the first ceremonial pitch at the Toronto Blue Jay's game.and more »

Blue Jays' Stroman says confrontation with Anderson made 'zero sense' -

Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Marcus Stroman says the confrontation with Chicago White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson that led to a bench-clearing incident on Tuesday made “zero sense” to him. Anderson, meanwhile, described the incident by saying Stroman ...and more »

Three Days After Walkoff Grand Slam, Steve Pearce Hits Another One - Deadspin

Last Thursday, the Toronto Blue Jays completed a sweep of the Oakland A's when Steve Pearce hit a grand slam in the bottom of the 10th for an 8-4 win. It was a great moment for Pearce! The great moment was topped yesterday, when Pearce hit another ...and more »

Memo to Tim Anderson: Bad and stupid is no way to go through the majors - Chicago Tribune (blog)

Quick, someone tell Tim Anderson that bad and stupid is no way to go through major league baseball. The White Sox shortstop set off a bench-emptying scrum during the 8-4 loss to the Blue Jays on Tuesday when he yapped after Toronto starter Marcus ...and more »

Everything you need to know about the newest Blue Jays prospects -

The Toronto Blue Jays used Monday's MLB non-waiver trade deadline to help bolster their minor-league system, adding three young players at very different stages in their development. Here's a look at the newest members of the Blue Jays organization.and more »

White Sox, Blue Jays benches clear after Tim Anderson-Marcus Stroman exchange - Chicago Tribune

As White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson slowly walked back to the dugout after a seventh-inning strikeout Tuesday night, he glanced back at the mound several times and directed a few words at Blue Jays right-hander Marcus Stroman. Stroman began to walk ...and more »

Commentary: Fans can't get enough of the Stroman show -

Certain things are not tolerated by athletes in professional sports. A youngster who comes up and gets too comfortable, too quickly will put themselves in a tough spot. With a few exceptions, it's better to be quiet and earn your place before thinking ...and more »

Blue Jays have payroll to contend in '18, if they so choose: Griffin - Toronto Star

The Blue Jays have clearly thrown in the towel for this season. Already thin in starting pitching, with Aaron Sanchez battling blister problems, Jays general manager Ross Atkins traded left-hander Francisco Liriano to the Astros for a solid outfield ...and more »

Blue Jays: What to do about the outfield picture - Jays Journal

With the Blue Jays adding Nori Aoki to the 40 man roster, they now have five outfielders on the big league roster, How do you manage that many? The Blue Jays made a pair of deals on Monday's trade deadline, sending Joe Smith to Cleveland, and Francisco ...and more »