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Sanchez replaces injured Kimbrel on AL All-Star team (The Associated Press)

NEW YORK (AP) -- Toronto Blue Jays right-hander Aaron Sanchez has been picked to replace injured Boston closer Craig Kimbrel on the AL All-Star team. [read full article]

Posted Sat, 09 Jul 2016 13:55:51 PDT - via Yahoo Sports

Colon, Scherzer, Saunders, Belt added to All-Star rosters (The Associated Press)

Bartolo Colon and Max Scherzer are headed to the All-Star Game, picked as replacements for other pitchers originally selected to the National League team. Major League Baseball also announced Friday that Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Michael Saunders and San Francisco Giants first baseman Brandon Belt won the final two All-Star roster spots, elected by fans in online balloting. ''This is a proud moment for me and my family,'' Saunders said. [read full article]

Posted Fri, 08 Jul 2016 23:35:22 PDT - via Yahoo Sports

Tigers-Blue Jays preview (The Associated Press)

TORONTO -- There will be a game within the game Thursday when the Detroit Tigers play the Toronto Blue Jays in the opener of a four-game series at Rogers Centre. [read full article]

Posted Wed, 06 Jul 2016 22:53:20 PDT - via Yahoo Sports

Royals-Blue Jays preview (The Associated Press)

In an attempt to complete a three-game sweep of the World Series champion Kansas City Royals, the Toronto Blue Jays are counting on a continued return to form from Marcus Stroman on Wednesday. A sweep wouldn't make up for losing the American League Championship Series to the Royals in six games last October, but it would be a good first step. The Blue Jays are in a tight race in the American League East, which they won last year. [read full article]

Posted Tue, 05 Jul 2016 22:32:29 PDT - via Yahoo Sports

Aaron Sanchez shines for Blue Jays in ALCS rematch against Royals (Big League Stew)

The heat between the Toronto Blue Jays and Kansas City Royals has simmered since they met in the ALCS last October, but their first meeting of 2016 wasn’t without some muscle being flexed. Toronto starter Aaron Sanchez provided most of the firepower Monday night, and then the Blue Jays’offense broke out in the seventh to lift the home team to a 6-2 win. Sanchez dazzled over eight innings, taking a no-hit bid into the fifth and keeping Kansas City from scoring until Kendrys Morales sent a ball over the wall in right center field in the seventh to snap the shutout. [read full article]

Posted Mon, 04 Jul 2016 21:52:46 PDT - via Yahoo Sports

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